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February 22, 2013

Roundup: Our Top Picks For The Best Old-School Diners In Philadelphia

Uwishunu has caught a case of Oscar Fever. With all the buzz around Silver Linings Playbook and its eight oscar nominations this Sunday, we couldn’t help but get caught up in it all. We’ve rounded up our top picks for Oscar Viewing parties on Sunday; we’ve put together a Silver Linings-themed itinerary of Philadelphia; and [...]

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January 9, 2013

Teuscher Chocolates Of Switzerland Declared Best Chocolate In The World By National Geographic

Teuscher Chocolates, whose Philly outpost is one of only ten in the U.S., has been declared the Best Chocolate in the World by National Geographic who, just over a year ago, gave us some dessert love by naming Capogiro the #1 ice cream spot in the world. Dolf Teuscher founded his chocolate house 70 years ago, and today the company flies its handmade confections weekly to its kitchens around the world. Teuscher’s specialty is its champagne truffles, a blend of cream, butter and chocolate with champagne cream center. For more on Philly-made chocolate, see our roundup. [Nat Geo]

December 5, 2012

Greensgrow Farms To Host Its Annual Holiday Bazaar, December 8-9 And 15-16

There’s a chill in the air, which means that the holidays are upon us. That, in turn, means that it’s time to start thinking about decorating and gifting. If you’re looking to go green — literally and figuratively — this holiday season, check out the annual Holiday Bazaar at Greensgrow Farms. The event runs two [...]

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November 2, 2012

Art In The Age Presents “Jerky And Jeans” With Norman Porter And Side Project Jerky Tonight, First Friday, November 2

If fashion design is up your alley, you won’t want to miss this “tailor-made” event. Norman Porter, a local denim, canvas and leather company, will be demonstrating how to construct denim jeans at Art in the Age on Friday, November 2, from 6 to 8 p.m. Learn the fascinating process of denim and leather crafting [...]

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October 31, 2012

Peddler’s Village Apple Festival Returns This Weekend, November 3-4

Just when you start to think you’re burnt out on apple everything, Peddler’s Village will help disabuse you of that notion. No one can have too many apples when it comes to delicious country apple butter, apple cider, apple zeppoles, apple fritters and caramel apples that will be be tempting visitors at the annual Peddler’s [...]

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October 31, 2012

Continental Old City Presents “Local Spirit Month” This November

Upon its opening almost two decades ago, Stephen Starr’s Continental Old City strove to be considered the martini bar in Philadelphia. Their way of giving a heads up to the city that they’ve still got it: an entire month of celebrating local spirits, and serving them on the cheap. This November is “Local Spirit Month” [...]

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October 30, 2012

The 215 Literary Arts Festival Returns After A Two-Year Absence, Landing In Callowhill November 1-4

There’s a new event on the fall festival circuit this year, the revitalized 215 Festival, hitting Callowhill November 1-4. Founded in Philadelphia in 2001 and returning after a two-year absence, the 215 Festival is a celebration of the written, spoken and visualized word. Sponsored by DelanceyPlace.com and Philly Homegrown, this year’s 215 Festival is curated [...]

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October 24, 2012

The 17th Annual “Sippin By The River” Festival Returns To The Delaware River Waterfront Saturday, November 10

Eat and drink for a good cause at the 17th Annual Sippin’ by the River festival on the Delaware waterfront, back this November after a one-year hiatus. The entry fee, $65, will benefit the Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Chapter of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation and let you eat as much awesome food as you can and [...]

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October 24, 2012

Roundup: Top Picks For Philadelphia-Made Candy And Chocolate, Just In Time For Halloween

Halloween is the one night of the year you can binge, guiltless, on end, on mini Kit Kats and crinkly packets of M&Ms and cherry ropes of Twizzler and sugary candy corn. And if you’re spending Halloween in Philadelphia, which we hope you are, your options for All Hallows’ Eve treats of the local variety [...]

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October 24, 2012

Philadelphia Mobile Food Association To Assemble A National Food Day Food Truck Pop-Up Inside The City Hall Courtyard Today, October 24

In honor of National Food Day 2012, an annual celebration of healthy, affordable and sustainable food, the Philadelphia Mobile Food Association is assembling a special National Food Day Food Truck Pop-Up today, Wednesday, October 24, inside the City Hall courtyard. It’s the first time ever that food trucks will be serving lunch inside the City [...]

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