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Neighborhood Spotlight: N3rd Street

Philadelphia’s newest official corridor is a promising enterprise for the city that continuously boasts its prominence in the tech industry. Located between Market and Girard, North 3rd Street in Northern  Liberties was formally redubbed “N3rd Street” (pronounced ‘Nerd’ Street) during this year’s Philly Tech Week; it’s the third of its

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A Very Philly Fourth of July

There’s no better place to celebrate America’s birthday than in Philadelphia and this year’s festivities will not disappoint. If you’re interested in a little more action than a backyard BBQ, check out all that’s happening around the city! Old City Honor America’s rich history by joining Vice President Joe Biden,

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Old City

Known as America’s most historic square mile, Old City is bursting with modern entertainment, restaurants and nightlife, while simultaneously retaining its classic Americana feel. Founded in the early 1700s, Old City brings you back to America’s roots, rich with historical landmarks like the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and Elfreth’s Alley.

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MANNA’s 2nd Annual Guac Off

MANNA is continuing the search for the best guacamole in Philadelphia with its 2nd annual Guac Off competition. Get your taste buds ready because on Sunday, June 22nd, the competition begins! Join MANNA from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Sonesta Hotel to eat, drink, and raise money for an

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Neighborhood Spotlight: South Street

If you’ve never walked down South Street in Philly, it’s hard to really get a sense of what it’s like there through just a few short paragraphs, but we’ll do our best to tell you all we can about the 300 year-old section of the city. South Street began as

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Philly PR Girl Presents Monthly Twitter Chats!

This year has definitely been full of changes and new beginnings for Philly PR Girl, and we’re proud to announce yet another milestone. For the next six months, we will be hosting live Twitter chats! Each month will feature a new topic on the things we know best: public relations strategies,

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Let Them Eat Cake

We recently had the opportunity to attend a special pop-up preview of the Let Them Eat Cake event, hosted by the City of Hope Foundation. The preview gave us a small taste of what the actual event will be like on Monday, April 7th at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Graduate Hospital

When most people think of South Philadelphia, the Graduate Hospital area probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind. Normally the focus is put on South Street or the Italian Market, thriving areas shopping, restaurants, and bars. But there is so much more on the west side of Broad

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A New Mural Rooted in South Philly

Photo Credit: Al B For South Philly natives, The Roots, were honored this past Friday for their vast influence in the hip hop during the reveal of The Mural Arts Program’s newest mural entitled, “Legendary.”  This mural illustrates The Roots’ history as it tells a story of the past 21

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