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August 20, 2014

Pop-Up Dinner Parties In Philadelphia This Thursday, August 21: Dîner En Blanc Returns, Plus Dîner En Noir And Dîner En Sweatpants

Pop-Up Dinner Parties In Philadelphia This Thursday, August 21: Dîner En Blanc Returns, Plus Dîner En Noir And Dîner En Sweatpants

Don’t be alarmed if you spot a crowd of 3,400 people dressed completely in white and carting tables and chairs tomorrow night. This Thursday, August 21 marks the annual Dîner en Blanc event, a worldwide pop-up dining phenomenon celebrating its third year in Philadelphia. In 2014, the global event will appear in more than 40 […]

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August 12, 2014

Our Guide To The 2014 Philadelphia Folk Festival, Returning With Seven Stages Of Live Music, Camping, Crafts, Food Trucks And More, August 14-17

Philadelphia Folk Festival

The longest-running music festival of its kind in the entire country, the Philadelphia Folk Festival has become a regional legend and remains an epically good time. Now in its 53rd year of brining the best of folk music to the Philadelphia countryside, the Philadelphia Folk Festival brings the sweet sounds of folk music back to […]

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August 12, 2014

Roundup: How To Spend Your Summer Nights In Philadelphia This August

Roundup: How To Spend Your Summer Nights In Philadelphia This August

Summer nights in Philadelphia are chock-full of warm weather-appropriate happenings — from outdoor movie screenings in University City to alfresco happy hour in Old City and beyond. While we may be speeding through the last full month of summer (no, don’t shed a tear), there’s no shortage of late-summer nightlife to fill your calendar. We’ve […]

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August 11, 2014

Philadelphia Weekly’s Annual Concerts In The Park Series Returns To Rittenhouse Square Wednesdays, August 13 And August 20

Rittenhouse Square Concerts

Get ready to rock out alfresco in Rittenhouse Square during the 24th annual Concerts in the Park series, sponsored by Philadelphia Weekly. The blowout concert series returns to Philadelphia’s town square on the next two Wednesday evenings, August 13 and August 20, with live music from established local and national bands spanning musical genres from […]

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July 16, 2014

Grays Ferry Crescent Hosts Free Outdoor Movie Screenings All Summer Long, Beginning This Thursday, July 17

Grays Ferry Crescent Hosts Free Outdoor Movie Screenings All Summer Long, Beginning This Thursday, July 17

Grays Ferry Crescent, located at the Schuylkill Banks by Wharton Street, opens up to movie-goers for its first outdoor movie night of the season which falls on this Thursday, July 17. Tomorrow night, enjoy a free alfresco screening of Back to the Future which is set to begin at dusk, which is roughly 8:15 p.m. […]

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July 8, 2014

Save The Date: Pop-Up Dinner Party Dîner En Blanc Returns For Its Third Year In Philadelphia On Thursday, August 21; Get On The Waiting List Now

Save The Date: Pop-Up Dinner Party Dîner En Blanc Returns For Its Third Year In Philadelphia On Thursday, August 21; Get On The Waiting List Now

The sensational Parisian-imported pop-up soiree, Dîner en Blanc returns to Philadelphia this August for its third year of enchanting white-clad celebrations. On Thursday, August 21, 3,400 participants will take over an iconic Philadelphia public space for an evening of dining, drinking, dancing, fashion, music and pageantry. Dîner en Blanc started as a casual reunion for […]

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July 3, 2014

July 4th In Philadelphia: Our Hour-By-Hour Guide To Independence Day Events And Celebrations On Friday, July 4, 2014 In Philly

July 4th In Philadelphia: Our Hour-By-Hour Guide To Independence Day Events And Celebrations On Friday, July 4, 2014 In Philly

Where’s the best place to celebrate July 4th? The place where it all began, of course. Right here in Philadelphia. Friday, July 4, 2014 brings a full day of festivities from historical commemorative ceremonies to a blowout concert on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Where to begin? We’ve got a rundown of all the events going […]

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July 2, 2014

July 4th In Philadelphia: Our Guide To Celebrating Independence Day In Philadelphia’s Historic District

July 4th In Philadelphia: Our Guide To Celebrating Independence Day In Philadelphia's Historic District

Few locales are better suited to celebrating America’s birthday than Historic Philadelphia, where independence was born. Head to Historic Philadelphia to celebrate the nation’s 238th birthday with special events, daily activities for the kids and extended hours at can’t-miss historic attractions like Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Today, Wednesday, July 2, is Hoagie Day […]

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June 27, 2014

July 4th In Philadelphia: Our Day-By-Day Guide To Independence Day Celebrations In And Around Philadelphia, June 28-July 8

July 4th In Philadelphia: Our Day-By-Day Guide To Independence Day Celebrations In And Around Philadelphia, June 28-July 8

Philadelphia takes its July 4th festivities seriously. After all, Philadelphia was the site of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Celebrations of Independence Day in America’s birthplace start this weekend and last all throughout next week. From outdoor movie screenings to sky-high fireworks shows, holiday partying in Philly is super […]

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June 24, 2014

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

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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