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Philly Holiday Guide: Thanksgiving Eve in Philly

As we all return home for the holidays, the night before Thanksgiving is one of the most anticipated nights of the year. Over the years, it’s become a spontaneous (sometimes unwanted) evening full of high school reunions. Whether you’re from Philadelphia or looking to head to the city with your

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: Giving Thanks

For many, November is a month to reflect on the bounty of beauty in our lives. We feel grateful for things like a full meal, a warm home and good health, as well as friends and family. But how often do we focus on appreciation throughout the rest of the

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Top 5 Quotes from Philly Mag’s ThinkFest 2017

On Thursday, November 9 we attended Philadelphia magazine’s Thinkfest. This annual event features some of the city’s best and brightest discussing topics ranging from politics, activism, trends, art, and more. There were many overarching themes throughout the day, including collaboration, the “cool” factor, Philadelphia’s Amazon bid, and of course, the

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Upcoming Kimmel Center Shows: November

This month, The Kimmel Center encompasses a variety of performances for the entire family to enjoy! Whether you’re a local resident or you’re coming home for the holidays, find quality time and unforgettable moments here with loved ones. The most sought-out performances in Philadelphia are set to satisfy any cultural

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Best Halloween Parties In Philadelphia

BEWARE, you’re in for a SPOOK-tacular time this Halloween. Philadelphia has plenty of events suited for anybody seeking a memorable monster mash. Grab a costume and prepare for the tricks and treats that these venues have to offer. There will be dancing, food and drinks, contests, and more. If you

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: Cleaning Out The Cobwebs

Would you rather have dinner with Dracula or network with a room full of strangers? Would you rather write a spell or write that novel? Would you rather see a ghost or see your thesis reviewed by a panel of professors? Sometimes when our minds run away from us, they

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U.S. Senator John McCain Receives 2017 Liberty Medal

On Monday, October 16, the National Constitution Center hosted a ceremony to honor U.S. Senator John McCain with the 2017 Liberty Medal for his years of service and dedication to The United States. We were honored to witness as former Vice President Joe Biden presented his longtime friend with the

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Local Artist Spotlight: Tanikka Charraé

After years of backing some of R&B and hip hop’s top talents, Tanikka Charraé is now front and center as a soulful songstress and budding fashion mogul. This Philly native is bound for superstardom as she follows in the footsteps of the city’s greatest entertainers and entrepreneurs. A #girlboss in her

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Your Philly Guide to Army and Navy Games

It’s no secret that Philadephia loves its sports teams. Now that fall is in full swing, sports are at the center of this city’s entertainment. This year, two of the nation’s service organizations are coming to Philly — not once, but twice. Here’s a guide on how to show your

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Philadelphia’s Best Fall Festivals in October

The City of Brotherly Love is in full fall effect! We’re celebrating the season of pumpkin patches, haunted hayrides, and festivals. Philadelphia hosts some of the largest festivals full of music, live entertainment, delicious food, local brews, and more. Each one lives up to the city’s festive reputation as they

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