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Your Guide to the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia

With the 82nd annual NFL Draft coming to Philadelphia next week, the future of hundreds of athletes’ lives are about to change. This year, technology and innovation are changing the landscape of the fan experience. The NFL Draft Experience is both free and open to the public, with no tickets

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New to Philadelphia’s Old City: History and Hoecakes

It seems only fitting that Philadelphia, a city nicknamed “the birthplace of America,” should have a museum dedicated to the history of the American Revolution. The Museum of the American Revolution opens in Old City on Wednesday, April 19. On this notable day, The Battles of Lexington and Concord ignited

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This Week in Philly

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This week in Philly marks many exciting new beginnings. The highly anticipated Museum of the American Revolution opens its doors in historic Old City. The city debuts its first-ever elevated park, Cira Green, at 95 feet about street level. Morgan’s Pier opens for the season with the guys from Helm and

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Philadelphia’s Dining Out For Life Returns on April 20

Philly’s biggest dining fundraiser, Dining Out For Life (DOFL), is right around the corner! Action Wellness (formerly ActionAIDS) invites you to join 200 of the hottest restaurants in the Philadelphia area for this year’s event. Next Thursday, on April 20, grab your friends, family, and coworkers for a meal that

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How to Update Your Skin Care for Spring

With the spring season in full force, people are switching up everything in their closet for the warmer season. Among the fashion frenzy, let’s not forget about one of the most important things: your skin care regimen. We’ve reached out to three Philadelphian skin care experts to advise how to

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This Week in Philly

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Enjoy a variety of events this week in Philly, from comedy shows to yoga to daydrinking parties. Happy Passover and Easter to everyone celebrating!  Tag your events out and about in Philadelphia with #ThisWeekinPhilly.

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First Friday Interview: Christina Cassidy of PHLCVB

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For this month’s First Friday Interview, we thought it was most appropriate to acknowledge someone who is not only making a large footprint behind the lens, showing off Philadelphia for everything it has to offer, but who is also playing a large role in this year’s NFL Draft. Christina Cassidy is

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: April Showers

As the saying goes… April showers bring May flowers, which means it’s traditionally the time of year to start reconnecting with nature ready to blossom. Read on for five fresh finds focused on tuning into our surroundings, each other, and ourselves. Mind According to the book cover of this collection

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Dining Spotlight: Fogo de Chão

When many people think of Fogo de Chão, an all-you-can-eat parade of protein immediately pops into mind. It’s often associated with servers in gauchos and leaving dinner feeling very satisfied but very full. Though, there’s more to the Brazilian churrascaria steakhouse than meets the eye. Committed to providing something for

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This Week in Philly

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Monday, April 3rd Feeling the Monday blues? Kick off your week with opening night of the Sad Boy Rugby Club + Improv Jam. Their month-long residency at the Good Good Comedy Theatre starts at 9:00 p.m. Tickets are only $5.00. Head on over to Silk City to check out Supreme

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