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March 25, 2014

Chefs And Rockers Collaborate For One-Night-Only Food And Music Pop-Ups At Underground Arts, Starting This Wednesday, March 26

Philadelphia chefs rock, so it’s only natural that local toques would collaborate with rock ’n’ rollers. This spring, the good people of COOK, Philadelphia’s collaborative kitchen classroom, and Bonfire/Electric Factory Concerts are making beautiful music together with a series of guest chef appearances at Underground Arts. The Callowhill-neighborhood venue is set to play host to [...]

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March 25, 2014

The Philadelphia Mueum Of Art Hosts A K-Pop Dance Party And Fashion Show In Honor Of Its Exhibition, Treasures From Korea, Friday, March 28

This Friday night, experience the Philadelphia Museum of Art like never before as it celebrates its marquee exhibition, Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910, with a K-Pop dance party and fashion show. K-Pop, or Korean pop, hails from South Korea and calls on audiovisual elements, catchy melodies and repetitive dance [...]

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March 25, 2014

The South Street Headhouse District Revives Its Fourth Friday Event For The Spring Season, Starting This Friday, March 29

With the promise of seasonal spring conditions on the horizon, the South Street Headhouse District and Fabric Row are set to relaunch a monthly Fourth Friday fete on South 4th Street this Friday, March 28. Rather than close up shop at 6 or 7 p.m., the independent businesses along historic Fabric Row will keep the [...]

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March 24, 2014

Philly Wine Week Picks: Our Guide To Prix-Fixe Wine Dinners At Restaurants Around Town

Philly Wine Week continues to fill stemware all around town thanks to tastings, educational events, happy hours and dinners through this Sunday, March 30. With so many events on tap for the upcoming days, it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed by the first-ever Philly Wine Week. So, we’ve compiled a list of restaurants to [...]

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March 24, 2014

World Cafe Live Hosts The Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company For An Evening Of Improvisational Comedy, Thursday, March 27

Break up your routine this week and take in a side-splitting show. This Thursday, March 27, Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company takes the stage downstairs at World Cafe Live for a night of hilarious improvisational comedy. Founded in 1990, the well-established comedy troupe boasts members like Amy Poehler, Matt Besser, Ian Roberts and Matt Walsh, [...]

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March 24, 2014

Visit Paramour At The Historic Wayne Hotel To Sip Small-Batch Hudson Whiskey During A Guided Tasting, Thursday, March 27

It’s hard to appreciate the nuances of a great whiskey when it’s gulped down like medicine. Which is why the Tuthilltown Whiskey Tasting event at Paramour in the historic Wayne Hotel is the perfect chance to get to know different whiskey types and their subtle distinctions therein. The first bourbon distiller in New York State [...]

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March 21, 2014

Weekend Picks: Art After 5 At The PMA, Allagash And Oysters Happy Hour At South Philadelphia Tap Room, Kick Off Of Philly Wine Week, Villanova In NCAA Tourney, And More

It’s the first weekend of spring, and there is a buzz in the air as the city welcomes the new season with open hearts (and, thankfully, lighter jackets). Tonight, the Philadelphia Museum of Art plays hosts to its regular Friday night programming, Art After 5. Groove to live music and enjoy sips and bites from [...]

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March 20, 2014

Tonight Picks: St. Joe’s And Villanova In The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Third Thursdee At Pizza Brain, Dollar Days On West Girard Avenue, Free Rita’s Water Ice And More

At last, spring has sprung! Celebrate tonight and root for the home teams as Villanova and St. Joe’s represent the City of Brotherly Love at the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. First, watch St. Joe’s take on UConn at 6:55 p.m. and then watch Villanova and Milwaukee at 9:25 p.m. Both games will be broadcasted on [...]

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March 20, 2014

Philly Wine Week Picks: Our Guide To Opening And Ongoing Events

Beginning this Sunday, March 23, the city uncorks red, white and sparkling wines (along with tons of great food pairings) for the first-ever Philly Wine Week. The wine-centric fete runs through next Sunday, March 30 and brings dozens and dozens of events to more than 10 participating bars. Participants include Alla Spina, High Street on [...]

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March 19, 2014

Tonight Picks: Opening Night Of The Phantom Of The Opera, Chestnut Hill Restaurant Month, One Book, One Philadelphia Closes, Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday At The Museum Of Art And More

Tonight, take shelter from the rain with a spot of culture. The Phantom of the Opera opens at The Academy of Music this evening, and brings a new version of the timeless musical to the stage. Look forward to new choreography and new staging and the same favorite songs and story. Plus, One Book, One [...]

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