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March 5, 2014

Tonight Picks: The Philadelphia Flower Show Continues With Wedding Wednesday, Chestnut Hill Restaurant Month, Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday At The Art Museum And More

The 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show continues to add some spring to Philadelphia’s step with plants and flowers arranged to resemble renowned art from prestigious museums, and tonight, the Flower Show and Philadelphia Wedding magazine present Wedding Wednesday, a themed night designed specifically for brides-to-be. Beyond the Flower Show, Chestnut Hill ushers in the first week [...]

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March 5, 2014

Reminder: Wedding Wednesday Arrives At The Flower Show With More Than 50 Vendors And A Live Wedding Ceremony, Tonight, March 5

Signs of spring are everywhere at the Flower Show. The 2014 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is in full bloom at the Pennsylvania Convention Center through this Sunday, March 9, and this year, we’re particularly thrilled with the cool array of new exhibits, events and guests (Butterflies! Andy Warhol! Rachael Ray!). An annual Philadelphia marquee event, [...]

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March 5, 2014

Material Culture’s Art 360 Exhibition And Auction Features Works By Richard Estes And More This Weekend, March 6-9

Art auctions aren’t just for the wealthy anymore. Fulfilling its mission to make art more affordable for the masses, Material Culture presents an exciting and extensive sale. Housed in the former train garage of the Atwater Kent Radio Factory, which was built in 1920, Material Culture offers 60,000 square feet of artifacts, furnishings and fine [...]

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March 5, 2014

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens Welcomes The Work Of Other Mosaicists In A New Exhibition, Shattering Expectations: Mosaic 2014, March 7-April 20

Get down with your artsy side at the Shattering Expectations: Mosaic 2014 exhibition at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens. Opening on Friday, March 7 (First Friday!) with a free reception from 6 to 9 p.m., Shattering Expectations: Mosaic 2014 is presented with the help of the Mosaic Society of Philadelphia, a non-profit group of mosaicists and mosaic-enthusiasts. [...]

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March 4, 2014

Giveaway: Score Free Tickets To A Special Screening Of Rocky At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art On Monday, March 10

Philadelphia was forever immortalized on celluloid with the tale of an aspiring boxer with the Academy Award-winning 1976 film Rocky. This winter, Twentieth Century Fox released a brand-new 4K Blu-ray set of the Rocky movies — the Rocky Heavyweight Collection — and to celebrate, the Philadelphia Museum of Art welcomes fans to a special screening [...]

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March 4, 2014

Philadelphia Choreographer Gunnar Montana’s Installation And Performance Hybernate Opens At The Latvian Society, March 6-8 And 13-15

Overcoming winter feels futile, so embrace the season by taking in an imaginative winter-themed production from a dynamic local artist. An alum of Brian Sanders’ experimental dance-theater company JUNK, progressive choreographer Gunnar Montana pushes the boundaries of performance art with a brand-new production, Hybernate. Opening on Thursday, March 6 and running for two weekends at [...]

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March 4, 2014

Chestnut Hill Dishes Up Lunch And Dinner Deals All Month Long As Part Of Restaurant Month, Sundays Through Thursdays Through March 31

Chestnut Hill welcomes March with open arms with the annual Chestnut Hill Restaurant Month, running all the way through the end of the month. Every Sunday through Thursday through March 31, visit any number of the 24 participating restaurants for lunch and/or dinner deals. Dinner rings in at $25 per person and lunch costs $15 [...]

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March 4, 2014

Now Open: Native American Voices: The People — Here and Now At The Penn Museum, A Multimedia Exhibition About The History And Contemporary Life Of Native Americans

Learn about the history, values and modern day lives of the country’s Native American population through an interactive collection of artifacts at the Penn Museum. This month, the Penn Museum unveiled its newest long-term exhibition, Native American Voices: The People — Here and Now, a look at the history — and contemporary life — of [...]

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March 3, 2014

High Street On Market And Madame Fromage Team Up For A Monthly Cheese Dinner Series This Spring, Starting Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 4

The scope of dining experiences at 306 and 308 Market Street just keep expanding. This winter, both Fork and its sister restaurant High Street on Market have debuted not only ever-evolving regular menus, but also excellent tasting menu options. Chef Eli Kulp and owner Ellen Yin make a dynamic duo, with an upcoming culinary collaboration [...]

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March 3, 2014

PAFA After Dark Returns With A Block Party For A Philly-Centric Celebration, This Thursday, March 6

This Thursday, March 6, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts opens its doors for an after-hours art party as part of its recurring PAFA After Dark series. This month, the popular event offers up a Block Party, a celebration of the city of Brotherly Love’s favorite party plan, and calls upon the folks of [...]

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