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My Perfect Day in Philadelphia: Ally’s Guide

Ally Fisher, PR Assistant: Born and raised in Honey Brook, PA, I traveled into the city with my dad often, though it was something we did for special occasions. When the time came to apply to college, I knew I wanted to be in the city. Today, I am a junior

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This Week in Philly

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  This week in August is full of summer fun, including a variety of food festivals. Celebrate National Peach Month at Linvilla Orchards, explore culture at the Festival of India, or chow down vegan-style at SEED Fest. That’s not all though! Tag your events out and about in Philadelphia with

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First Friday Interview: Natalie Egenolf, 97.5 The Fanatic & 610 AM Sports Host

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This month, we’re excited to feature Philadelphia media personality, Natalie Egenolf, who is making a big impact in this city. She has been an on-air voice with 97.5 The Fanatic, Comcast SportsNet, Phillies Nation, and CBS Radio. Recently, Natalie has added writing, hosting and producing her own radio show to

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My Perfect Day in Philadelphia: Jess’s Guide

Jessica Dugan, PR Assistant:  I was born and raised in Chester County, PA. Currently, I’m a junior at the University of Richmond studying marketing and journalism. I’ve always looked forward to spending a day in the city with friends or family, but it wasn’t until I moved away to VA

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This Week in Philly

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The beginning of August brings endless summer fun this week. Don’t miss themed happy hours, performances on the waterfront, festivals, and more. Tag your events out and about with #ThisWeekinPhilly.

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: Firecrackers

Light up your July by reading these books by firecracker authors. Each has encouraged their fellow sisters to dig deeper into ourselves. Be inspired to use your intuition to improve relationships and strength to make positive change in your community. In one of Deborah Tannen’s most famous books, You Just

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SustainPHL Returns for Its Second Year

Sustainability noun sus·tain·a·bil·i·ty (səˌstānəˈbilədē/) Avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.

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This Week in Philly

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This week is all about local summer flavors! Don’t miss the Philadelphia Wine and Cocktail Festival, Philadelphia Weekly’s Summer Taste of Philly, and the Philly Ice Cream Scoop at Reading Terminal. Burn off calories at FREE city-wide workouts. Tag your events out and about with #ThisWeekinPhilly.

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My Perfect Day in Philadelphia: Liz’s Guide

Liz Reilley, PR Assistant:  I grew up in the PA suburbs of Horsham, commonly referred to as “40 minutes outside of Philly.” Now, I attend West Chester University, where I am a rising senior. Besides coming into the city for the occasional concert or visiting friends, I had never fully

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Philadelphia Dance Day 2017

 So you think you can dance, Philly? Prove it next Saturday on July 29 during Philadelphia Dance Day. This nonprofit festival features tons of free workshops, live performances, and a huge dance party. Eight years ago, this truly unique and interactive city-wide event was created by Philly Dance Fitness to

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