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March 31, 2011

Stella Blu Restaurant In West Conshohocken Is Offering A “Spring Fling” Menu All April Long

Stella Blu welcomes April with a special “Spring Fling” menu. The menu features the bright flavors of this new season, including ingredients like asparagus, beets, radicchio, arugula and spring peas. Choose two courses for $30 per person, plus tax and gratuity. There are a total of 10 dishes to choose from (think chicken breast with [...]

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March 29, 2011

Azalea Restaurant At The Omni Hotel Is Hosting A “Make Over My Mom’s Kitchen” Recipe Contest: Entries Due April 22

No one cooks better than Mom, right? Now you can prove it. Azalea Restaurant at The Omni Hotel at Independence Park is hosting a “Make Over My Mom’s Kitchen” recipe contest: share with Azalea your mom’s best and most loved recipe and if selected, the recipe will be featured on Azalea’s renowned Mother’s Day Brunch [...]

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March 28, 2011

Morris Arboretum’s Annual Japanese Cherry Blossom Celebration Takes Place April 2 And 9

A sure sign spring has sprung is when you start seeing the pretty blooms of cherry blossoms. The Morris Arboretum has seen the signs: it’s holding its annual Japanese Cherry Blossom Celebration, happening on two Saturdays, April 2 and April 9. Presented in partnership with the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia, the arboretum [...]

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March 24, 2011

Biba Wine Bar In University City To Add A New Outdoor Deck Area In Time For Spring

Biba Wine Bar, the University City cousin of Tria, is expanding. A new outdoor deck adjacent to the main entrance will be opening hopefully by week’s end, just in time for the spring season. There will be 12 outdoor seats, in addition to the 32 indoor seats (bar and communal). All wines are under $10 [...]

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March 23, 2011

Franklin Square And SquareBurger Set To Officially Reopen For The 2011 Season Next Friday, April 1!

Franklin Square, one of the most family-friendly and fun-filled of Philadelphia’s five original public squares laid out by William Penn, officially reopens for the 2011 season on Friday, April 1. They’ll be special opening Day festivities all day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. And, of course, you can play Philly Mini Golf, take a [...]

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March 23, 2011

The Philadelphia Zoo And The Jim Henson Company Present A First-Of-Its-Kind Interactive Program, X-tink-shun: A Wild Puppet X-perience

On Saturday, April 9 the Philadelphia Zoo, in partnership with the world-renowned Jim Henson Company, will present the opening of the first and only exhibit of its kind: X•tink•shun: A Wild Puppet X•perience. X•tink•shun tells the story of endangered species through specially created characters, including Didi the Dodo, Leo the Golden Lion Tamarin and Iggle [...]

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March 23, 2011

The Annenberg Center Presents The 27th Philadelphia International Children’s Festival, April 7-9

The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents the 27th annual Philadelphia International Children’s Festival, Thursday, April 7–Friday, April 9. This year, families can enjoy live performances perfect for the young (and young at heart) including Basil Twist’s puppet masterpiece Petrushka; ScrapArtsMusic, a percussion performance using instruments crafted from industrial scraps; Native American storyteller and [...]

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March 22, 2011

The National Liberty Museum Presents A New Glass Art Show, Generation To Generation, Opening March 24

The National Liberty Museum is unveiling a new glass art show March 24, Generation To Generation, a showcase of five families whose works exemplify positive family values. Glass art is the centerpiece of the museum; it’s the medium it uses in its official mission to promote non-violence and acceptance of others. That is, freedom is [...]

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March 22, 2011

Celebrate Easter Sunday With The South Street Headhouse District’s 80th Annual Easter Parade

If you’ve yet to take advantage of Philadelphia’s many parades, you’re missing out. Luckily, you have a chance soon to catch one of the most storied: on Easter Sunday, April 24, the South Street Headhouse District will be holding its annual Easter Parade. This year the district is revamping the parade, making it bigger and [...]

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March 21, 2011

Gallery Night Returns April 15: Free Late-Night Access To Art Galleries Across The City

Philadelphia’s arts community springs into action this April for Gallery Night. In a show of city solidarity, neighborhoods from the newly revitalized Fairmount and Northern Liberties will join gallery-laden communities like Old and University City to show off Philadelphia’s quaint and eclectic art scene. College galleries will also take part in Gallery Night, from thesis [...]

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