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Made In America Festival

Made In America, the two-day music festival, kicked off its third annual event in Philadelphia on Benjamin Franklin Parkway while a sister festival premiered on the East Coast in Los Angeles. With a bicoastal star-studded lineup, the Labor Day weekend event was expected to be the most anticipated event of

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“Perseverance With Dignity” Wows First Friday Crowd

When you meet Christopher Brown, there’s no denying his easy manner and ingenuous air. Brown, a charming Englishman with an intriguing accent, is a “no frills no nonsense” kind of guy who can put it all on the table and speak his mind freely. Christopher Brown, a documentary photographer, brings

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The Book of Mormon at Philadelphia’s Forrest Theatre

What do you get when you combine a super talented cast, a story line purposively meant to equally offend all, and a wildly popular Broadway musical? The Book of Mormon, of course. Going into the beautiful Forrest Theatre, we were excited to finally see the show that has won nine

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DO | AC Country Concerts ft. Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum

Some of the most buzzed about events in country music happened along the Atlantic City world famous shore this past week. DO | AC hosted two mega country concert performances by country music sensations, Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum. Both concerts took place on the beach between Caesar’s Pier and

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Summer Love in Philadelphia

Love is in the humid summer air and lucky for us, there are plenty of ways to celebrate romance in none other than the City of Brotherly Love. If you’ve been looking for unique date ideas and are tired of the typical dinner and a movie, here are a few

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On The Run with Beyonce and Jay Z

This weekend, the city of Philadelphia was graced by the king and queen of hip hop and pop. Boasting an enormous combined repertoire, Jay Z and Beyonce put on a great show. From the choreography and set list to multiple costume changes, the power couple produced an amazing concert at

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The Top Concerts of the Summer, by Genre

Summertime is the best time for concerts, especially at Philadelphia venues like The Mann Center and Susquehanna Bank Center with their breezy outdoor lawns. As a city full of cultural diversity, Philadelphia is bringing a large range of music this season. At Philly PR Girl we’re also about diversity, and

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7th Annual Roots Picnic

Philadelphia’s homegrown band, The Roots, has been making waves in the hip-hop and neo-soul scenes since 1987, and they started hosting the Picnic concerts series in 2007. Every year The Roots Picnic kicks off the summer festival season, and this year is no exception. Held at the revamped Festival Pier,

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Budweiser Made In America 2014 Line Up

Two cities. One unforgettable weekend.  Every year, for the last three years, we’ve waited for the announcement….who will be performing at the Budweiser Made In America Music Festival?  This year was a little different because MIA will be held in Los Angeles and Philadelphia!  So a lot of thoughts turned

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Mural Arts Program Celebrates 30 Years

                    Every year, the Mural Arts Program holds its annual Wall Ball, and this year it celebrates 30 years of ballin’. The event raises money to help with the program’s mission to cover the city in engaging public works of art that

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