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October 6, 2014

The Outfest Block Party Returns To The Gayborhood This Sunday, October 12 With Performances, Shopping, Eats And Drinks, Outdoor Dance Parties And More

Ready for a bash? Spanning more than 10-square blocks of the Gayborhood, Philadelphia’s enormous Outfest returns for its 24th year this Sunday, October 12 from noon to 7 p.m. Outfest, which is one of the largest National Coming Out Day Festivals in the world, brings a full-blown festival and multi-street block party to the Gayborhood. […]

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October 6, 2014

Save The Date: The Head Of The Schuylkill Regatta Returns To The Water With Collegiate, High School And Master Rowers On October 25 And 26

Crew fans, heads up. Huge rowing competition the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta returns at the end of this month, October 25 and 26. Bringing together more than 75 college crews, 150 high school crews and master rowers, elite rowers and previous world champions, the longstanding regatta eventually has become the largest one-day rowing competition […]

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October 6, 2014

The Fall Edition Of The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen’s Fine Craft Fair Brings More Than 140 Artisans To Rittenhouse Square, October 10-12

This weekend, gorgeous hand-crafted works share the spotlight with lush autumn foliage in Rittenhouse Square. After several years of successful spring art fairs, last year the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen partnered with the Friends of Rittenhouse Square and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation to present the first fall edition of the Pennsylvania Guild Fine Craft Fair. […]

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October 3, 2014

The Forbes Under 30 Music Festival Brings Wiz Khalifa, Afrojack And More Musicians To The Piazza For A Free Concert On October 19

Forbes magazine knows that Philadelphia is this country’s fastest growing city for millenials, thanks to its amazing universities and entrepreneurial spirit. This October, Forbes spotlights this city by bringing some of the brightest under-30 minds to town from October 19 through 22 for the first Forbes’ Under 30 Summit, a multi-day conference for the magazine’s […]

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October 2, 2014

Game Changer: The Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk Officially Opens To The Public Today, October 2 (!!) And It’s Spectacular

Today’s the day, Philadelphia. The Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk officially opens for business at noon today. The latest addition to the Schuylkill River watefront, the Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk opens today with a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Mayor Nutter. The boardwalk is an awesome over-the-water trail that extends the Schuylkill River Trail from Locust Street to the […]

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October 2, 2014

The Final Night Market Philadelphia Of The Season Hits Chinatown Tonight, Thursday, October 2, Featuring More Than 60 Vendors, Beer Powered By Bloktoberfest, Live Music And More

Last call, marketgoers! Night Market Philadelphia takes to the streets of Chinatown tonight, Thursday, October 2 in the final event of its 2014 season. If you haven’t yet come out to experience The Food Trust’s epic food fest this year (what?!), tonight is the night to come out and feast. It’s a really an awesome […]

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October 1, 2014

The Midtown Village Fall Festival Returns This Saturday, October 4 With Multiple Beer Gardens, Awesome Food From Local Restaurants, Live Music, Shopping And More

This fall, the streets, parks and public spaces of Philadelphia host dozens and dozens of fall festivals, but few match the all-out revelry of the Midtown Village Fall Festival. Returning for its ninth year of Midtown merrymaking on Saturday, October 4 from noon to 8 p.m., the fest welcomes tens of thousands to live it […]

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September 30, 2014

The Morris Arboretum Fall Festival Returns This Weekend, October 4-5, With Scarecrows, Apples And Family-Friendly Fun

Get a breath of fresh air this weekend in Chestnut Hill at the annual Morris Arboretum Fall Festival. The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is one of the region’s most beautiful homages to horticulture with its 92 acres of forest, gardens, sculptures and more; and there’s no better time of the year than […]

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September 30, 2014

Head To Longwood Gardens For Its Pumpkin Playground, Which Features An 800-Pound Pumpkin, Open Through Friday, October 31

Have you ever seen an 800-pound (!!) pumpkin? Now’s your chance. Now that autumn has arrived, Longwood Gardens celebrates the season with a kid-centric pumpkin playground, which will be open through October 31. Head to Longwood Gardens to feast your eyes on some of the most impressive and prettiest pumpkins out there. Youngsters are invited […]

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September 29, 2014

Support Philadelphia’s Skateboarding Community At Street Level At Paine’s Park On Schuylkill Banks This Wednesday, October 1

Philadelphia’s skateboarding culture has deep roots, and Franklin’s Paine Skatepark Fund has an ambitious mission to capture the passion of the city’s skateboarding community and open an extensive series of skateparks throughout the Greater Philadelphia area. Last spring, Paine’s Park opened to the joy of Philadelphia’s skaters, and the mixed-use public space — with skateboarding […]

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