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Carré d’artistes Celebrates 2 Years in Midtown Village

On Saturday, April 29, stylish art enthusiasts and Carré d’artistes Philadelphia fans came out to celebrate the gallery’s second anniversary. Partygoers toasted to a fabulous two years in Midtown Village, and the evening was filled with amazing drinks, good company, and of course, beautiful art.

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New to Philadelphia’s Old City: History and Hoecakes

It seems only fitting that Philadelphia, a city nicknamed “the birthplace of America,” should have a museum dedicated to the history of the American Revolution. The Museum of the American Revolution opens in Old City on Wednesday, April 19. On this notable day, The Battles of Lexington and Concord ignited

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: April Showers

As the saying goes… April showers bring May flowers, which means it’s traditionally the time of year to start reconnecting with nature ready to blossom. Read on for five fresh finds focused on tuning into our surroundings, each other, and ourselves. Mind According to the book cover of this collection

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: Women’s History Month Edition

For Women’s History Month, we’re recommending five books that highlight historic powerhouse Pennsylvania women. Each one promotes peace, equality, and justice in their own unique way. You don’t want to miss out on learning how these feminists radically changed our country. Lucretia Coffin Mott Women’s rights activist, abolitionist, and social

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Cirque du Soleil’s TORUK Takes Flight in Philadelphia

South Philly transforms into the world Pandora from March 8 to March 12, 2017 at the Wells Fargo Center. Cirque du Soleil’s TORUK: The First Flight is inspired by the Academy Award-winning film Avatar by James Cameron. The show tells of an odyssey through a new world of discovery. The

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Women’s History Month #WCW | Jessie Hemmons

As fate would have it, the beginning of Women’s History Month falls on a Wednesday this month. We’re kicking off March 2017 with the first installment of our annual #WCW series. With so many incredible, successful women among us, we are excited to celebrate the tremendous amount of talent in

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: The Love Edition

This Valentine’s Day, it doesn’t matter if your status is single, taken, complicated, or somewhere in between. If you love to read then you know a good book makes for perfect company! In honor of the month of love, here are five must-read books highlighting the ways of the heart.

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First Friday Interview: Amber Lynn of Amberella

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  February is the month of love, so we took the opportunity to sit down and get to know the lady behind the beautiful street art hearts that have taken over Philadelphia. The mixed media and street artist’s name is Amber Lynn, perhaps better known as Amberella (a nickname that started

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: New Years Edition

We’re halfway through January… how are those new year resolutions coming along? Still working out every day? Did you get around to organizing your home yet? Ready to reveal that new skill you’ve been working on? If you haven’t hit the ground running yet, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

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Upcoming Kimmel Center Shows: January & February

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts presents an exciting variety of new events this year. From improv comedy shows to Broadway specials, the entertainment options in Center City are abundant for all audiences to enjoy. We put together a list of upcoming must-see shows in January and February.  

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