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March 31, 2014

The Fairmount Arts Crawl Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary This Weekend With More Than 50 Artists, Street Vendors And Live Music On Sunday, April 6

A true sign of springtime, the Fairmount Arts Crawl returns this weekend, Sunday, April 6, for an afternoon-long festival celebrating local artists and the Fairmount neighborhood. The first of more than 20 early-spring festivals on tap for the coming weeks, the Arts Crawl highlights talented local artists via pop-up galleries in more than two dozen [...]

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March 31, 2014

Taste Of The Nation Philadelphia Returns With A Feel-Good Culinary Event At The Hotel Monaco, Sunday, April 27; Get 10% Off Tickets From Uwishunu!

’Tis the season to eat and drink for a great cause, Philadelphia. The feel-good culinary event, Taste of the Nation returns to the Hotel Monaco for its second year with an evening of small-plate samplings from an array of the city’s top chefs and bartenders, all while raising money to combat childhood hunger through the [...]

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March 31, 2014

PHAIR Open-Air Market Opens For The Spring Season At The Headhouse Square Shambles This Saturday, April 5

After a successful first year in 2013, PHAIR open-air market returns to Philly with artisan vendors and local food to boot. This year, the market sets up shop at the Headhouse Square Shambles or the 2nd Street Plaza, which are conveniently next to each other, on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. PHAIR promises [...]

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March 31, 2014

Mt. Airy Introduces Brunch Sessions, Three-Course Prix-Fixe Brunch Menus, This Weekend, April 5 And 6

Heads up, brunchers, the restaurants of Mt. Airy are about to put a new spin on everyone’s favorite weekend meal. This weekend, April 5 and 6, guests are invited out for Brunch Sessions, three-course brunch feasts at seven Mt. Airy restaurants — from Indian fare and Latin American cuisine to American eats and Southern food. [...]

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March 28, 2014

Weekend Picks: Closing Weekend Of Philly Wine Week, K-Pop Dance Party And Fashion Show At The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Fourth Friday On Fabric Row, Chili Cookoff In Fishtown And More

Raise a glass to the final weekend of Philly Wine Week, a debut event that took the city by storm with dozens of events every day of the festival. The wine-centric event ends on Sunday, March 30, but not before treating the city to game nights, tasting events, wine dinners, happy hours and a closing [...]

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March 28, 2014

Flavors Of The Avenue Returns To East Passyunk With Fine Food From 27 Restaurants, Saturday, April 26; Tickets On Sale Now!

Have you dined on East Passyunk Avenue’s restaurant row recently? The stretch of East Passyunk Avenue between Mifflin and Dickinson streets has long been known for delicious and authentic Italian fare, but these days top chefs and of-the-moment restaurants are cooking on the avenue, and the buzz only continues to grow. On Saturday, April 26, [...]

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March 27, 2014

Oscar-Winning Director Jonathan Demme Auctions His Personal Art Collection, Saturday, March 29 and Sunday, March 30

Art aficionados and cinephiles alike are sure to take note of Material Culture’s latest auction. The 60,000-square-foot cultural space, housed in the former train garage of the Atwater Kent Radio Factory, hosts Direct from the Eye: The Jonathan Demme Collection of Self-Taught Art, on Saturday, March 29 and Sunday, March 30. The expansive auction will [...]

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March 27, 2014

Nearly Lear Turns A Shakespeare Tragedy Into A Lighthearted Tale Fit For Kids, At The Painted Bride Art Center, March 28 And 29

If you think that Shakespeare’s King Lear — with its plot lines of jealousy, deceit and violence — is unfit viewing for kids, then you haven’t seen Nearly Lear, an imaginative interpretation of the bard’s great tragedy appearing at the Painted Bride Art Center, March 29 and 30. Presented by PA Performing Arts for Young [...]

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March 27, 2014

Enjoy Free Yoga Classes Six-Days-A-Week At Race Street Pier And On The Weekends At Schuylkill Banks, Beginning In Early April

This spring (and summer!), free yoga abounds at both Race Street Pier and the Schuylkill Banks. Like last year, Race Street Pier hosts free morning (and one evening!) yoga sessions, but this year, the public park welcomes yogis six-days-a-week for free yoga classes taught by the folks at Dhyana Yoga and Kaya Aerial Yoga. Stop [...]

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March 27, 2014

The Philadelphia Orchestra Salutes Composer Benjamin Britten By Pairing Concerts With Striking Images From Video Artist Tal Rosner, March 27-29

Though merely listening to The Philadelphia Orchestra is a sensory treat, our city’s world-renowned company heightens the concert-going experience this weekend during its shows on March 27 through 29. In celebration of the centennial of late 20th-century British composer Benjamin Britten, this weekend’s concerts include not only dramatic works by the composer, but also a [...]

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