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August 22, 2014

The South Philly Garden Tour Puts The Spotlight On More Than 16 Public And Private Gardens In South Philly, Saturday, September 6

The South Philly Garden Tour Puts The Spotlight On More Than 16 Public And Private Gardens In South Philly, Saturday, September 6

Feast your eyes on some of the most impressive gardens in South Philly at the fourth annual South Philly Garden Tour on Saturday, September 6. The self-guided tours take garden-lovers to more than 16 gardens from 2nd to 10th streets from Fitzwater to Moore streets. The tours take guests through a variety of hidden and […]

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July 21, 2014

The Delaware River Waterfront Continues Its Growth With The Development Of Pier 68, A Public Fishing Pier, Picnic Spot And Nature Oasis In Pennsport, To Open in Mid-2015

The Delaware River Waterfront Continues Its Growth With The Development Of Pier 68, A Public Fishing Pier, Picnic Spot And Nature Oasis In Pennsport, To Open in Mid-2015

As part of the Master Plan for the Central Delaware — a program that aims to turn six-miles of the Central Delaware River waterfront into a fully developed public space for the community’s enjoyment — Pier 68 in Pennsport will soon transform from an abandoned space to a waterfront oasis ideal for fishing, lounging and […]

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April 18, 2014

Roundup: The Best Brunch Spots In Philadelphia – Uwishunu’s Brunch Guide Updated For Spring 2014

Roundup: The Best Brunch Spots In Philadelphia - Uwishunu's Brunch Guide Updated For Spring 2014

Weekends were made for brunching — chatting with friends, digging into a stack of syrupy pancakes, lingering over a latte or a Bloody Mary. Brunch is the most important meal of the weekend, and with the start of the spring season, we thought it was high time to revisit our roundup of brilliant Philadelphia brunches. […]

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December 5, 2013

Roundup: A Guide To Public Ice Skating In The Philadelphia Region 2013

Roundup: A Guide To Public Ice Skating In The Philadelphia Region 2013

Embrace the winter chill with open arms (for balance, of course) by showing off your finest ice skating moves at a number of public ice skating rinks in the Philadelphia region. The well-loved Blue Cross RiverRink celebrates its 20th year of fine ice skating with a special addition to its Penn’s Landing grounds, Waterfront Winterfest, […]

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October 7, 2013

Coming Soon: Federal Donuts To Welcome Two New Locations In University City And Northern Liberties In Early 2014

Coming Soon: Federal Donuts To Welcome Two New Locations In University City And Northern Liberties In Early 2014

We have some excellent and exciting news, folks! Soon enough, Federal Donut’s addictive Korean-style fried chicken and phenomenal freshly baked doughnut will be readily available in two additional neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Currently, the well-loved doughnut-meets-fried-chicken shop calls two brick-and-mortar locations home — the original location in Pennsport and the second in Center City. In early […]

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September 20, 2013

Roundup: Our Fall Guide To Farmers’ Markets And Open-Air Markets In And Around Philadelphia

Roundup: Our Fall Guide To Farmers' Markets And Open-Air Markets In And Around Philadelphia

Fall brings a slight chill to the air, but well-stocked farmers’ markets can still be found far and wide in and around Philadelphia. The farmers’ markets of fall bring a wide assortment of autumnal fruits and vegetables to tables stocked by local food artisans and regional farmers. Whether you’re looking to bake an apple pie […]

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September 20, 2013

Roundup: Uwishunu’s Top Picks For The Best Brunch In The Neighborhoods Of Philadelphia, Fall 2013

Roundup: Uwishunu's Top Picks For The Best Brunch In The Neighborhoods Of Philadelphia, Fall 2013

The weekends are made for brunching. With the start of the fall season, we thought it was the right time to revisit our roundup of brilliant Philadelphia brunches. Especially since we’ve now organized our picks by neighborhood to make getting to a brunch table near you that much easier. The quality of brunch means different […]

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August 8, 2013

Tonight Picks: Free Screening Of The Hunger Games At Penn’s Landing, Pairings On The Parkway At Sister Cities, Beer Garden At The Oval, The Awesome Fest At Drexel Park, The Members Show At Crane Arts And More

Tonight Picks: Free Screening Of The Hunger Games At Penn's Landing, Pairings On The Parkway At Sister Cities, Beer Garden At The Oval, The Awesome Fest At Drexel Park, The Members Show At Crane Arts And More

Summer evenings always bring a fair share of entertainment, and tonight is no different. Numerous parks and public spaces around Philadelphia are hosting outdoor movies, live music, BYOB events and much more. In addition to outdoor fun, bars, museums and art galleries hold their own this evening, as well. Grab your friends and start your […]

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August 1, 2013

Tonight Picks: The Last Night Of University City Dining Days, Opening Night Of The BlackStar Film Festival, Jaws Screening And Brewery Pair Up At City Tap House And More

Tonight Picks: The Last Night Of University City Dining Days, Opening Night Of The BlackStar Film Festival, Jaws Screening And Brewery Pair Up At City Tap House And More

Don’t let the rain put a damper on your summer night. Although a few happenings this evening are rained out — including The Awesome Fest at Drexel Park, Screenings Under the Stars at Penn’s Landing, the Rocky screening at Paine’s Park and The Oval’s Beer Garden — a number of spots won’t let a little […]

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July 31, 2013

Explore The World Of Heirloom Foods With The Mural Arts Program’s What We Sow And A Mural, Market, Garden Tour Of Southeast Philly, This Sunday, August 4

Explore The World Of Heirloom Foods With The Mural Arts Program's What We Sow And A Mural, Market, Garden Tour Of Southeast Philly, This Sunday, August 4

This Sunday, dig in to the wide world of heirloom foods with a remarkable Mural Arts Program tour as part of its six-month-long public art project, What We Sow. Tapping the theme of heirloom foods as a jumping off point, What We Sow has been engaging the public since June with workshops, artist talks, tastings, […]

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