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Thanksgiving Menorah Car Parade In Philadelphia

Thanksgiving Menorah Car Parade In Philadelphia

Hanukkah 2013, coinciding with Thanksgiving Day this year, is on the way. Philadelphia prepared to celebrate this holiday with Thanksgiving Menorah Car Parade, Festival of Lights, events and  “Thanksgivukah” dinners dinners at restaurants London Grill, Zahav and others.
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Restaurant Parc Named As One Of The Best US Outdoor Dining

Restaurant Parc Named As One Of The Best US Outdoor Dining

Travel and Leisure magazine named a french-themed restaurant Parc on Rittenhouse Square as one of the best outdoor restaurants in US. " Part of restaurateur Stephen Starr’s ever-expanding empire, Parc pays tribute to France’s café culture with its sprawling sidewalk seating in Philly’s Rittenhouse Square. Some diners (more...)

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Global Demonstration to “Connect the Dots” In Philadelphia

Philadelphia joins global demonstration to “Connect the Dots” between environmental issues, extreme weather, and climate change. Hundreds of events around the world show the evidence that climate change is a clear and present danger. After an incredibly warm and snow-less winter, Philadelphia residents will join at the Rittenhouse Square (more...)

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Let’s Have Fun In Jolly’s Dueling Piano Bar

Anthony “Tony T” DeCarolis and “Wildman Joe” Marchetti  reopened Jolly's Dueling Piano Bar near Rittenhouse Square (2006 Chestnut St.),where any guest could enjoy a small-plates menu under $10 from Brendan Smith and no cover charge at his 125-seat venue during happy hour (6 to 8 p.m.), The concept of dueling pianos (more...)

Restaurant Week Eat Like You Make Millions

Restaurant Week: Eat Like You Make Millions!

Center City District Restaurant Week, returning again this fall, is running September 12 – 16 and 18 – 23 2011. It is Presented by TD Bank. More than 115 participating restaurants are offering a three-course dinner for $35 (tax, alcohol and gratuity not included) with some also offering a (more...)

Guerilla Haiku Movement Comes To Philadelphia

Guerilla Haiku Movement Comes To Philadelphia

Do you like haiku? Philadelphia does! This Saturday, September 3rd, for the very first time Philadelphia welcomes Guerilla Haiku Movement  – an event that brings people together to enjoy the beauty of Japanese-style verses  haiku written right on sidewalks. Haiku gonna be everywhere! The gathering point is Rittenhouse Square, starting time: 2 (more...)

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The Philadelphia Collection 2011

The Philadelphia Collection 2011 is a series of fashion and style events that will take place throughout the city from September 12 to the 24th. The fashion series is designed to promote the city and all aspects of its fashion economy, including its impressive “collection” of retailers, boutiques, stylists, designers, modeling (more...)

The Great Debate

The Great Debate

There was Nixon verse Kennedy, Harry verse Voldemort, Luke against Darth.  In each of these cases, good prevailed.  Unless you somehow read Harry Potter rooting for Voldemort in which case, stop reading this fashion article and do a quick self- analysis. These battles were legendary, and good reigned supreme.  But what about (more...)

Celebrating 80 Years of Fine Art in Philadelphia

Celebrating 80 Years of Fine Art in Philadelphia

Celebrating 80 Years of Fine Art in Philadelphia by Organizing 2 of the Country's Most Respected Art Shows June & September 2011 Who could have known, so many years ago, that the efforts of a few students, looking for a way to exhibit their art work, would 80 years later become one of the most respected and (more...)

Condo Market In Philadelphia

Condo Market In Philadelphia

Condo sales in Philadelphia from January through March were better than the first three months of 2010. The majority were in Center City and adjacent neighborhoods. Of the 370 sales listed by the Philadelphia recorder of deeds from Jan. 1 through March 30, 234, or 63%, were for units under $400,000, (more...)

Farmers market opens for the season

Farmers Market Opens For The Season

The Headhouse Square Farmers’ Market kicked  off its fifth season. It is  Philadelphia’s largest and most popular open air farmers’ market.Here you can find all herbs, pastured meat, chicken, eggs and dairy, baked goods and lots of produce. Because the growing season is still young, expect to find products (more...)

Georges Perrier Receives Culinary Visionary Award in Philadelphia

Georges Perrier Receives Culinary Visionary Award in Philadelphia

Georges Perrier was awarded the Culinary Visionary Award at the Kimmel Center of the Arts on April 7, 2011 for his 40 years of culinary achievements and his contribution to the culture of Philadelphia.  The award ceremony was part of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. Georges Perrier has (more...)

5,000 Lights Will Illuminate Philadelphia’s Largest Christmas Tree

The annual Rittenhouse Square Tree Lighting Ceremony, hosted by Rittenhouse Row and the Friends of Rittenhouse Square on Tuesday, November 30th at 5:00 p.m. This holiday tradition, the Rittenhouse Tree Lighting ceremony will illuminate Philadelphia’s largest Christmas tree with more than 5,000 brilliant lights. Festivities will also include children’s ornament-making, and games (more...)

The Best Places In Philly

Philadelphia has come along way in the past 20 years and although the rest of the world might not be catching on to it's progress, we sure are. With new projects rising left and right, our beloved Philadelphia is beginning to prosper. But what are the best places in Philly really and how did they come to be? (more...)

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