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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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Wawa Welcome America Festival: Jam on the Parkway Lineup Announced

Prepare yourselves because this year’s Fourth of July Jam on the Parkway is going to be huge! Yesterday, Mayor Nutter announced the complete lineup for the Wawa Welcome America Festival. The celebration is held June 28th to July 4th. It kicks off with a block party at the Shops at

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Spring at the Mansion Returns to Rittenhouse Square

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Spring at the Mansion, the Philadelphia Art Alliance (PAA) is back to host the second annual charity event on Friday, May 2nd.  This progressive evening will take guests on a journey of fine cuisine and artful elegance. In addition to an opportunity to

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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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