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March 31, 2014

Now Open: Historic Franklin Square Park And SquareBurger Are Officially Open For The 2014 Season

The spring season has finally arrived, and Historic Philadelphia’s family-friendly favorite Franklin Square is open and ready to welcome families, history buffs and lovers of milkshakes. Weather permitting, one and all are invited to come out to one of the city’s top play places and enjoy its awesome attractions daily through the fall. As long [...]

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March 25, 2014

Opening Alert: Bank & Bourbon Restaurant At The Loews Philadelphia Hotel Makes Its Grand Public Debut On Wednesday, April 9

This spring, diners can bank on a fine meal on Market Street. With a grand opening set for Wednesday, April 9, Bank & Bourbon debuts adjacent to the Loews Philadelphia Hotel after a complete renovation of the ground-floor dining room. Those who recall SoleFood, the concept that was formerly housed at 1200 Market Street, will [...]

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March 21, 2014

Now Open: Petruce Et Al. Opens Is Doors On Walnut Street With Chefs Jonathan And Justin Petruce And A Top-Notch Team

In Philadelphia, a long-awaited spring has finally sprung. And with the springing of the season, comes the opening of the highly anticipated Petruce et al. on Walnut Street. After a many month development process (delayed by snow and more snow), Petruce et al. now delivers on its promises of a custom wood-burning oven, an Argentine-style [...]

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March 21, 2014

The Philadelphia Art Alliance Debuts Two Dynamic Spring Solo Exhibitions, On Display Through April 27

The Philadelphia Art Alliance just debuted two exciting spring solo exhibitions, and each one offers an unconventional view of the world and its elements. For Greenhouse Mix, artist Caroline Lathan-Stiefel created multiple site-specific installations inside the Art Alliance’s home, the Wetherill Mansion. First, in Greenhouse she draws inspiration from the work of botanist John Bartram, [...]

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March 18, 2014

Woodmere Art Museum In Chestnut Hill Debuts Jessie Drew-Bear: Stories and Dreams, This Saturday, March 22

This weekend, the lovely Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hill unveils its latest exhibit, Jessie Drew-Bear: Stories and Dreams. This show celebrates the work of incredibly distinctive and prominent Philadelphia artist, Jessie Drew-Bear, who was nearly 60 years old before she discovered her talent. In 1938, the London native and Philly resident received a paint [...]

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March 18, 2014

The Wilma Theater Stages The Surrealistic Drama Don Juan Comes Home From Iraq, March 19-April 20

This spring, The Wilma Theater teams up with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel to premiere the soul-searching drama Don Juan Comes Home from Iraq, beginning Wednesday, March 19. A hometown tale, the play tells the tale of a U.S. marine who returns home only to learn his lover is missing. Setting off in search of [...]

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March 17, 2014

Now Open: Zavino Pizzeria And Wine Bar Now Serving At Its Brand-New Chestnut Square Outpost In University City

In University City, the students taking up housing in Chestnut Square at 3200 Chestnut Street should be pretty excited for the dining options opening right on their ground floor. The second Philadelphia outpost of Shake Shack opened at the site this past fall, and now the live-work-play destination can claim yet another delicious eatery. This [...]

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March 14, 2014

The National Museum of American Jewish History Presents Chasing Dreams: Baseball And Becoming American, On View Through October 26

Ready to play ball, Philadelphia? Now open at the National Museum of American Jewish History, Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American offers the first large-scale look at the role baseball has played in the lives and cultures of many American minority groups. Rising five stories above Independence Mall, in the heart of historic Philadelphia, the [...]

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March 13, 2014

Workshop PHL Brings Affordable DIY Classes For Adults To Fishtown This Spring With Previews Through March 15 And A Grand Opening In April

Do you DIY? If so, forget the meet and greet and opt to meet and make something at Workshop PHL, a new craft-and-class space in Fishtown. Currently in a soft-opening phase, Workshop PHL brings casual DIY classes designed just for adults to a cozy Girard Avenue storefront this spring. An East Coast sister to Workshop [...]

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March 11, 2014

Painted Bride Art Center Hosts The World Premiere Of The Clothesline Muse, A Work Of Music, Dance, Spoken Word And More, March 14-16

A leader on the alternative performing arts scene for more than four decades, the Painted Bride Art Center presents visionary, dynamic performances in world and jazz music, poetry, dance, and theater. This weekend, the Bride underscores its commitment to producing exciting works with the debut of the world-premiere theatrical piece, The Clothesline Muse. Taking the [...]

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