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July 23, 2014

Tonight Picks: Special Events At The Oval, Pay-What-You-Wish At The PMA, University City Dining Days, Old City Restaurant Week, Center City Sips And More

Add some pep to your mid-week with any number of the great events on tap for tonight. The Oval starts its daily programming for the week (which runs from Wednesday through Sunday) with a free workout class, bocce ball league, swing dance class and plenty of frosty brews at its beer garden. Discounted dinner options […]

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June 25, 2014

Tonight Picks: Center City Sips, Summer Concert Series At The Penn Museum And Pastorius Park In Chestnut Hill, Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday At The PMA And NMAJH And More

It’s Wednesday night, and that means the return of a slew of weekly summer events like Center City Sips, pay-what-you-wish Wednesday at two museums, the Penn Museum’s summer concert series and more. Raise a discounted cocktail to Wednesday as Center City Sips returns with awesome deals at more than 80 bars throughout Center City, Midtown […]

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June 24, 2014

Pub & Kitchen Offers Weekly Prixe-Fixe Summer Comfort Dinners Every Wednesday, Starting Tomorrow, June 25

It’s summertime and the cooking should be easy. So says chef Eli Collins of Pub & Kitchen, now offering a laid back, weekly-changing “comfort dinner” at the restaurant every Wednesday this summer, starting this Wednesday, June 25 The Graduate Hospital hangout was recently bestowed with a coveted three bells from The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Craig LaBan, […]

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April 7, 2014

Raise A Glass To The Philadelphia Phillies Home Opener At Bars And Restaurants In And Around Town, Tuesday, April 8

Update: Due to inclement weather, the Phillies Home Opener has been postponed from Monday, April 7 to Tuesday, April 8. Alright, sports fans. The Philadelphia Phillies home opener hits Citizens Bank Park tomorrow, Tuesday, April 8 to kick off another sweet season of Major League Baseball in Philadelphia. After playing the Texas Rangers and the […]

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February 27, 2014

Roundup: Where to Celebrate Mardi Gras And Fat Tuesday In And Around Philadelphia

Known around the world as one of the most raucous party seasons of the year, Mardi Gras traditionally celebrates a bit of debauchery before the fasting days of Lent, the six weeks leading up to the Easter Sunday holiday. The Carnival season, beginning on or after the Epiphany or Kings day and wrapping up on […]

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June 21, 2013

Roundup: Where To Feast On Fresh Fish And Seafood This Summer In Philadelphia

As summer weather slips into town, most Philadelphians long to be just one place — down the shore. If you can’t make it to the coast, the next best thing might be convincing yourself you’re at the beach by dining on chilled seafood and fresh fish. From delicate crudos and buck-a-shuck oysters to creamy lobster […]

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June 7, 2013

Philadelphia Neighborhoods: Our Guide To The Restaurants, Bars, Markets And Cafes In The Graduate Hospital Neighborhood Of Philadelphia

[This spring, Visit Philly launched a new effort to promote 14 different neighborhoods surrounding Center City Philadelphia. With our new complementary "Philadelphia Neighborhoods" post series, Uwishunu is teaming up with Visit Philly to promote all the awesome dining, shopping, arts, nightlife, events and more within Philly's many exciting neighborhoods.] This weekend, the annual Odunde Festival […]

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January 2, 2013

Uwishunu Asks: “What New Year’s Resolution Would You Make For Philadelphia This Year?”

With the holiday season in high gear, it’s a good time to reflect on the good fortune bestowed on Philadelphia this past year. From well-deserved accolades — being named one of the top 10 destinations for 2013, and home to the Best Sandwich in America — to exciting development projects — the opening of The […]

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November 6, 2012

Roundup: Helpful Ways To Make Donations For Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts In The Philadelphia Region

While Philadelphia narrowly escaped the destructive path of Hurricane Sandy, the aftermath the record-producing Superstorm wreaked on our northeastern neighbors has left an astonishing amount of lives in need of food, clothing and shelter. With the bitter November weather nestling in for the long haul along the eastern seaboard, quick relief for the Frankenstorm victims […]

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September 21, 2012

Uwishunu’s Top Picks For The Best Brunch In Philadelphia, Fall 2012

With the start of the fall season, we thought it was a good time to revisit our roundup of the best brunches in Philadelphia. There are a slew of new brunch offerings on offer in Philadelphia, and some tweaks to brunch standbys that are definitely worth sharing. We want to make sure you’re well-equipped for […]

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