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7th Annual Ball on The Square Gala

On Thursday, June 15, one of the premiere social events of the year took place at one of the most recognizable Philly locations. The annual Ball on The Square gala, hosted by the Friends of Rittenhouse Square, is the organization’s largest fundraising event of the year.

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The Chainsmokers Take on Philly at The Liacouras Center

On Saturday, June 3, The Chainsmokers, brought their latest Billboard-topping hits to Philadelphia. The Grammy-nominated duo, Drew Taggart and Alex Pall, arrived at Temple University’s Liacouras Center for an incredible sold-out show! This year, they’re up for three Grammy Awards: Best New Artists, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Dance

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Must-Read Books by Female Authors: May Flowers

May has brought us beautiful flowers, as promised by the second half of the well known springtime saying. So we’ve picked four books highlighting the elegant, ephemeral and edible (yes, you can actually eat some flowers) nature of Philly flora, and beyond.

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Upcoming Kimmel Center Shows: May & June

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts is set to provide a plethora of quality events to satisfy your theatrical palate, this spring and summer. Scheduled performances range from comedies to the best of Broadway. The endless options at this Center City mecca for performing arts is filled with activities

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5 Mother’s Day Ideas for All Types of Moms

We LOVE our moms! With Mother’s Day vastly approaching, it’s only appropriate to celebrate this jubilant holiday by doing something special just for them. No matter her personality or preferences, every mom has the opportunity to enjoy something that Philly has to offer.

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AC BeachFest is P!nk’s Only 2017 East Coast Concert

Mark your calendars and plan to play hooky for an electric day down the shore! On Wednesday, July 12, Atlantic City’s 2017 BeachFest Concert Series kicks off with P!nk’s first and only planned performance on the East Coast in 2017. Be prepared to witness the artistic theatrics and beautiful acrobatics

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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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