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Spring Outdoor Festivals in Philadelphia

The city is always bustling with creativity, culture and educational programs, but between April and June, the calendars start overlapping with an amazing selection of special festivals and celebrations. Trust us: if you’re searching for an excuse to spend time outdoors this spring, these picks beat out jogging by a

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Shut Up & Dance Continues to Amaze Fans

Last Saturday was an energetic night at the Forrest Theatre as it marked the 22nd annual performance of “Shut Up and Dance,” presented by the Pennsylvania Ballet, benefiting the non-profit organization Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA). This year nearly reached its holding capacity with nearly 1400 tickets sold. More

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Spring is in the Air

Has it really been two full weeks with only an accumulated 5 inches of snowfall? For 2014 in Philadelphia, that’s as good a time as any to be considered springtime. Now that we’ve past the hurdle of Daylight Savings and are crossing into the official spring calendar, we’re antsy to

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Women’s History Month #WCW | Jill Scott

R&B superstar Jill Scott shows the world just how much amazing talent can come out of Philadelphia. Raised in North Philly by her mom and grandmother, Scott stuck close to home and attended Temple University for secondary education. After landing a teaching job, she faced obstacles in the form of

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Shut Up and Dance for MANNA

This year, Philly PR Girl is thrilled to support the annual performance of Shut Up and Dance! Held at the Forrest Theater on 11th and Walnut, the Pennsylvania Ballet Company entertains with a one-night only production to benefit the Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA) and its dedication to helping

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Mardi Gras Manhattans in Old City

Old City sure knows how to party! Last week, the gorgeous vintage boutique More Than Old started the Mardi Gras celebrations a little early. In the company of Philadelphia-based food, wine and spirits writer and educator Brian Freedman (Philadelphia Style Magazine, Philadelphia Weekly, Drink Me Magazine), guests enjoyed a lesson

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Top 10 Things You Must See at the Philadelphia Flower Show

The Philadelphia Flower Show is the nation’s oldest and largest indoor flower show.  Every spring, the show blooms and attracts huge crowds to the Pennsylvania Convention Center.  It features the world’s best landscape designers and florists with a curated theme. This year’s theme is ARTiculture, bringing art and horticulture together

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The History of The Trocadero

For those native to area, it’s more than likely that The Trocadero Theatre on Arch Street holds some kind of memory from years gone by. The Troc, as it’s better known as, is currently an entertainment venue on the outskirts of Chinatown. This month, they hosted the world premiere of

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Date Spots for Valentine’s Day

Is there any better place to spend Valentine’s Day than in the City of Brotherly Love? After all, the word “love” itself is practically a Philadelphia trademark. We boast a handful of restaurants with stunningly picturesque views and romantic dining options; from Moshulu and Water Works to R2L and XIX.

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First Friday Interview: The Flower Show’s Sam Lemheney

After an especially crazy week of winter weather, we’re thrilled about this month’s First Friday interview series with Sam Lemheney, Chief of Shows and Events at the Philadelphia Horticultural Society. Sam’s role with the PHS is largely weighted by oversight and involvement in the decision-making processes for the Fall Garden

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