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April 17, 2014

Spring Festival Alert: The Annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival Returns To Take Over Five Blocks Of Walnut Street On Saturday, May 3

Heads up, festival fans. A lineup of blockbuster spring festivals hits Philadelphia on Saturday, May 3. The Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival, one of Philadelphia’s most-anticipated and best-attended festivals of the year, arrives on Saturday, May 3 from noon to 6 p.m. More than 50,000 people from across the entire region are expected to attend the [...]

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April 17, 2014

The Rosenbach Museum & Library Presents Sendak In The ’60s, Shedding New Light On Where The Wild Things Are And More

Think you know Where the Wild Things Are? Think again. The newest exhibit at The Rosenbach of the Free Library of Philadelphia examines the work of prolific author and illustrator Maurice Sendak in a whole new way. Now open, Sendak in the ’60s is a fascinating exhibit sure to enlighten even the most avid Sendak [...]

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April 15, 2014

Now Open: Chef Chip Roman Debuts The Treemont In Center City, Bringing Classic American Eats And Drinks To 15th Street

This spring, an ever-growing crop of new restaurants are blooming on the Philadelphia dining scene. On the heels of launching gourmet chocolate line Tradestone Confections and opening Tradestone Cafe in Conshohocken, chef Chip Roman now welcomes yet another establishment to his Roman Restaurant Group family. Joining Blackfish, Mica, Ela and the Tradestones, this week Roman [...]

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April 7, 2014

The Philadelphia Film Festival Spring Showcase Brings Acclaimed Films Of All Sort To The PFS Theater At The Roxy From April 11 To 17

The Philadelphia Film Society presents its first-ever spring showcase, a compilation of summer releases, well-loved favorites and films from a number of renowned film festivals. From April 7 through 11, a variety of films fill the screen at the PFS Theater at the Roxy. Look forward to documentaries, feature films, box office hits from previous [...]

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April 3, 2014

The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre Kicks Off Performances Of Romeo and Juliet With Pay-What-You-Wish Shows, April 4-6

Rhymed couplets are all the rage this year, as the Free Library of Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre and other arts organizations join together to present the Year of the Bard: Shakespeare at 450, a celebration of the famed playwright. The 450th birthday of William Shakespeare has been marked in Philadelphia with events including an [...]

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April 3, 2014

Inspired By Real-Life Controversy, Down Past Passyunk Sparks Spirited Words And Actions At InterAct Theatre Company, April 4-27

A provocative locally inspired play, Down Past Passyunk from InterAct Theatre Company hits The Adrienne Theatre stage this week, starting April 4. A work about what it truly means to be “all American,” Down Past Passyunk is inspired by a local true-life controversy that erupted several years ago when the owner of Geno’s Steaks in [...]

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April 2, 2014

The Philadelphia Invitational Furniture Show Returns For Its 20th Year, This Weekend April 4 Through 6

This weekend, the Philadelphia Invitational Furniture Show brings one-of-a-kind artisan furniture from various parts of the country to the 23rd Street Armory for its 20th anniversary event. All weekend long, April 5 and 6, the annual event — the longest running invitational furniture show in the country — promises guests a carefully-curated collection of furniture [...]

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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 13, 2014

AKA Rittenhouse Square’s A.Kitchen Set To Debut Chef Eli Kulp’s Brand-New Menu This Month, On Tuesday, March 18

This month, the Rittenhouse neighborhood is set to welcome a taste of Old City when a brilliant new culinary collaboration comes to fruition at the restaurants of AKA Rittenhouse Square on Tuesday, March 18. The team behind acclaimed Old City establishments Fork and High Street on Market — chef Eli Kulp and owner Ellen Yin [...]

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February 28, 2014

Deal Alert: Shake Shack Center City Offers Free Fries With A Beer Purchase Today To Celebrate The Debut Of Hand-Cut French Fries On Its Menu

Heads up, fans of french fries. Joining its University City and King of Prussia brothers, Shake Shack Center City now serves hand-cut french fries instead of crinkle cut. With the hand-cut fry, Shake Shack departs from its classic crinkle cut to bring its patrons a fresh, made-in-house version of the fundamental side dish. The crispy [...]

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