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Philly PR Girl’s Favorite Irish Philadelphians

With the Irish Holiday right around the corner, we wanted to take a moment to give a few shout outs to some of our favorite famous local Irish Philadelphians and share what their plans are for the upcoming holiday: FOX 29’S traffic reporter Bob Kelly, also known as “The Dean

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Upcoming Concerts in Philadelphia: March Edition

Resist the urge to exclusively sing Irish songs this month, and save the jingles for St. Patty’s Day! Countless concerts and shows are coming to you this March and we are ready to hit them ALL. Grab your boyfriend/girlfriend, co-worker or best buds and get ready to vibe to the latest

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Manayunk

Manayunk is certainly Philly’s most under-appreciated neighborhood. Existing just far enough from Center City to keep this secret section from becoming completely mainstream, Manayunk is absolutely charming, possesses so much character, and has solidly established itself as a ‘hood that can hold it’s own. With a flood of cool new establishments vying

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The Year of the Sheep: Celebrate the Chinese New Year in Philadelphia

Ladies and gents, it is time to bring in the Year of the Sheep!  We’re told to wear black and blue this year and to carry lots of sheep memorabilia to ward off bad luck. But let’s not forget about the best part about this colorful holiday – the celebrations!  There is

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Where to Go in Philadelphia for Fat Tuesday 2015

Here are our top picks for Fat Tuesday celebrations in Philadelphia: Let the Good Times Roll – Fat Tuesday Party at the Kimmel Center’s Commonwealth Plaza starts at 6 p.m. Let Drew Nugent and the Midnight Society put you in the Mardi Gras mood, with roving, street-style music and dancing in Commonwealth

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Where to Celebrate Black History Month

  Black History Month gives us 28 days full of learning about experiences and circumstances of the incredible leaders before our time. When we learn about each individual who helped shape this nation into what it is today, our thoughts may wander into thinking what life would be like if a

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Upcoming Concerts in Philadelphia: February Edition

February is a month of many gifts. Punxsutawney Phil presents us with his decision of when Spring will come; lovers shower us with chocolates and affection. This February, we have a present for you – the first installment of Philly PR Girl’s monthly music preview! Each month, we will be providing you with the

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Ideas for a Girls Night Out in Philadelphia

It’s finally the weekend which means your work email notifications have been turned off on your phone. Now, all you want to do is spend time blowing off steam with your closest friends. The bad news? All of the bars are ridiculously packed, none of you can agree on a

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Broadway Philadelphia Presents MOTOWN The Musical

Motown the Musical will make you laugh, cry, sing, and dance!  Playing at the Academy of Music until January 18th,  this show covers the legacy of Berry Gordy and his journey in founding Motown. With a $800 loan from his family, Berry Gordy followed his dream and started a chart-topping, legacy-making music label. It’s

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Kimmel Center Hosts PHILADANCO’s World premiere of “Latched”

  Philadelphia’s premiere contemporary dance company, PHILADANCO, blew away the audience with their fall program, aptly titled Risky Business. The legendary dance troupe, helmed by Joan Myers Brown, celebrates their 45th anniversary this season. In addition to fan favorites including Ray Mercer’s “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” and Eliza Monte’s

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