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Woman Gives Female Youth a Second Chance

...and have the house move-in-ready by January 2016. The house is located in North Philadelphia off 11th Street and Rising Sun Avenue...

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...banquet costs $30 to attend and will take place at Karima’s Banquet Hall on 1928 W. Hunting Park Avenue from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m...

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To Fill the Wanderlust Void: SANKHYA Studio to Host Free Yoga Fest This Summer

...actually the perfect opportunity for SANKHYA — which relocated from their original Northern Liberties location to 413 Fairmount Street, just a hop, skip and a throw away, in April — to show folks what they...

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The Ultimate Guide to Philly Beer Week 2015

...the restaurant immediately with your credit card handy if you want in. Sancho Pistola's, 19 W. Girard Ave., 7 p.m., $125...

...then going one better by adding in a jerk goat roast. Just sayin'. Prohibition Taproom, 501 N. 13th St., 6 p.m., pay as you go...

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...hour early and include a buffet and cheese pairing from DiBruno Bros. 23rd Street Armory, 22 S. 23rd St., 7 p.m. (6 p.m. for VIPs), $46 GA/$92 VIP, tickets here...

...House Logan (including a Beatles cover band) don't get started until 9. Memphis Taproom, 2331 E. Cumberland St., 5:30 p.m., pay as you go. | City Tap House Logan, 2 Logan Square...

...ll hit upon an extended happy hour featuring Vermont's Long Trail. Bonus.) Doobies Bar, 2201 Lombard St., 8 p.m., pay as you go...

Aldine will host Ardmore's Tired Hands for a beer pairing dinner, featuring two beers brewed exclusively for the restaurant for PBW. More details here. Aldine, 1901 Chestnut St., $65 to $75.

...event promises to be family-friendly, with games and prizes and live entertainment.) Headhouse Plaza, Second and Lombard streets, noon to 10 p.m., pay as you go...

...some other street if need be, because this one will be shut down.) Varga Bar, Tenth and Spruce streets, 11 a.m. to whenevs, pay as you go...

This annual competition between Yards' Tom Kehoe and Kite and Key's Jim Kirk is a PBW tradition. This year, it's dodgeball. But it's also about great beers from Allagash, Victory, Dogfish Head, and Yards, including Yards 20th Anniversary Sour. Kite & Key, 1836 Callowhill St., 2 p.m., pay as you go.

Favorite and rare Founders drafts will be on hand to pair with a four-course tasting dinner that promises to be "epic." Check out the full menu and impressive tap list here (PDF alert). South Philadelphia Tap Room, 1509 Mifflin St., 7 p.m., $100, tickets here.

Because you can't survive on beer alone — sustaining human life requires whiskey, too. Get into some citywides and beer cocktails featuring Yards (including their port barrel-aged Grand Cru) and Dad's Hat. The Dandelion, 124 S. 18th St., 5 to 8 p.m., pay as you go.

Drink with and learn from two brewing legends, Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head and Jim Robertson of Wells & Young, and eat some Resurrection Ale House fried chicken while you're at it.  Local 44, 4333 Spruce St., noon, pay as you go.

...the devastating fire that hit it just weeks before the collab started. Monk's Cafe, 264 S. 16th St., noon to 2 p.m., $60...

...venues, with live music throughout the week and food from neighboring restaurants available. Headhouse Shambles, Second and Pine streets, pay as you go...

Drafts and cans from Michigan favorite Bell's will fuel this this can't-miss backyard barbecue featuring food from chef (and Michigan native) Scott Schroeder. American Sardine Bar, 1800 Federal St., 5 p.m., pay as you go.

...Cascade out of Oregon, and Colorado-based Trappist-style brewery Trinity.) Bainbridge Street Barrel House, 625 S. Sixth St., 12 p.m., pay as you go...

It's a First Friday beer and ice cream pairing at Little Baby's. The special ice cream flavor is Pepper Lavender, inspired by St. Ben's Liaison Saison, with samples of beer to go with (while supplies last). Little Baby's Ice Cream, 2311 Frankford Ave., 6 to 9 p.m., pay as you go.

Half-price flatbread pizzas meet beers from Enola, PA cult favorite Pizza Boy on tap, which sounds every bit a winning combination to us. Tria Taproom, 2005 Walnut St., noon to 4 p.m., pay as you go.

...Noel, 5-year-old Scaldis Noel, Ninkasi N.W.A, and more. Jose Pistola's, 236 S. 15th St., 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., pay as you go...

...but cole slaw and french fry-topped sandwiches are no joke). The Grey Lodge Pub, 6235 Frankford Ave., noon to 3 p.m., pay as you go...

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Drink Philly's Guide to Philly Beer Week 2015

Barcade (1114 Frankford Ave.)

Prohibition Taproom (501 N 13th St.)

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23rd Street Armory (22 S 23rd St.)

Bing Bing Dim Sum (1648 E Passyunk Ave.)

Tria Taproom (2005 Walnut St.)

The Dandelion (124 S 18th St.)

Paris Wine Bar at London Grill (2303 Fairmount Ave.)

Aldine (1901 Chestnut St., second floor)

South Philly Taproom (1509 Mifflin St.)

Dock Street Brewing (701 S 50th St.)

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PW's Weekend Picks: Philadelphia Burlesque Festival; Cupcake Smash; and more

...Plays & Players Theatre, 1714 Delancey Pl. Closing night party: Sun., May 31. 8pm. Silk City, 435 Spring Garden St. Find the complete festival schedule and ticket info online at: ThePhiladelphiaBurlesqueFestival.com

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Pre-Festival kickoff party: Thurs., May 28. 8–10pm. Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill St. Friday night showcase: Fri., May 29. 8pm. 17 acts headlined by the Peek-a-Boo...

...17 acts headlined by the Peek-a-Boo Revue and Ray Gunn. Plays & Players Theatre, 1714 Delancey Pl. Saturday night showcase: Sat., May 30. 8pm. 17 acts headlined by Sydni Deveraux and Lulu...

...Week collaboration with Free Will and Brouwerij ten Dormaal. 6pm. $25-$92. 23rd Street Armory. 22 S. 23rd St. phillybeerweek.org

Round up a team for an evening of bowling, games and snacks that will raise money for cancer research. 6pm. $15. PEP Bowling, 1200 S. Broad St. kickingcancerfoundation.org

Movie lovers and strange film fans, rejoice: Philadelphia Film Society’s Graveyard Shift has been extended year-round. Tonight’s midnight screening will be revenge-fueled cult classic The Crow, starring Brandon Lee. 11:45pm. $10. PFS Theatre at the Roxy, 2023 Sansom St. filmadelphia.org

...Nicholson and is directed by Matt Pfeiffer. 8pm. $22. Through June 28. Lantern Theater Company, 10th and Ludlow sts. 215.829.0395. lanterntheater.org

...Maggy Keegan and written by Dan Corkery and Caitlin Weigel. 9pm. $10. Plays & Players Theatre, 1714 Delancey St. playsandplayers.org

...authors led by the executive director of NBAT, Maurice Henderson. 6pm. Big Blue Marble Books, 551 Carpenter Lane. bigbluemarblebooks.com

...Series rarities, Black Butte Porter, Mirror Pond Pale Ale and more. Noon. Free. Headhouse District, South and Second sts. 541.385.8606. deschutesbrewery.com

...wing contest, and get silly with the dunk tank and drink games. 11am. Varga Bar, 941 Spruce St. vargabar.com

...Arts Stage is presented by Philadelphia-based mural artist Alloyius McIlwaine. Noon. Roxborough Development Corporation, 6111 Ridge Ave.

...of their new piece, Bitter Homes and Gardens: A Botanical Hoedown. 6pm. 40th Street Field, 40th and Walnut sts. universitycity.org

...as well as live talks with a panel of female leaders from Philly. 11am. $35. 2401 Walnut St. tedxwalnutstwomen.com

YouTube’s funniest females head to Philly for a live comedy show. No filters, no censors, no telling what will happen. 6pm. The Troc, 1003 Arch St. 215.922.6888. thetroc.com

...will help provide 100,000 meals to those in need. 2pm. $15-$30. Liacouras Center, 1776 N. Broad St. philabundance.org/cupcake-smash-2015

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14 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

...and night long. Saturday, May 30th, 12:00pm, $99, Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, 601 North Columbus Boulevard...

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...a Prayer, a special collaboration beer. Friday, May 29th, 7:00pm, $46, 23rd Street Armory, 22 South 23rd Street...

...as the curtain goes down. Through July 12, various times, $20-85, Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut Street...

...favorite striptease stars. Through May 31st, various times, $30 per performance, Plays and Players Theatre, 1714 Delancey Place...

...come early at this unique theater experience. Friday, May 29th, 9:00pm, $15, Kimmel Center, 300 South Broad Street...

...theatergoers long after the curtain falls. Through June 28th, various times, $50, Arden Theatre Company, 40 North 2nd Street...

...classic animated film. Through June 14th, various times, $23.50-169.50, Academy of Music, 240 South Broad Street

...all things Philadelphia. Saturday, May 30th, 12pm, free, The Great Plaza at Penn's Landing, 101 South Columbus Boulevard...

...Pablo Reyes. Saturday, May 30th, 8:00pm, $25, Curtis Institute of Music Gould Rehearsal Hall, 1616 Locust Street...

...make interesting appearances throughout Stoppard's work. Through June 14th, various times, $25, Wilma Theater, 265 South Broad Street...

Pig Iron Theatre Company has been at the avant-garde theater game for 20 years. Here, they bring us an “intergalactic gay extravaganza featuring closeted extraterrestrials, high-stakes pursuits and nuns from outer space.” May 22-31, various times and prices, FringeArts, 140 North Columbus Boulevard.

Lantern Theater Company presents a fresh, farcical take on the classic Sherlock Holmes mystery. May 28-June 28, times and prices vary, St. Stephen's Theater, 923 Ludlow Street.

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Papal Visit To Be Commemorated With North Philly Mural

...foot, 153-panel mural will be installed on the side of St. Malachy School, on Thompson Street near 11th. “Designed by muralist Cesar Viveros, [‘The Sacred Now: Faith and Family in the 21st Century...

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...against Philadelphia Housing Authority, which they allege illegally acquired the one-acre Wissahickon Playground by Pulaski Avenue & Penn Street to incorporate in its $24 million replacement of the imploded Queen Lane Apartments. NewsWorks reports...

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Papal painting

Plans for the mural, which is titled "The Sacred Now: Faith and Family in the 21st Century," were announced yesterday at a news conference at the future site of St. Malachy School, on Thompson Street near 11th, where the mural will be displayed.

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The mural is expected to be completed by November, but the school, which is currently located about a block away on 11th Street near Master, won't transition to its new home until September 2016.

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New mural to honor Pope Francis

Officials unveiled a rendering for the mural, which will be displayed at the future location at St. Malachy School at 1012 W. Thompson St., on Thursday. The announcement of the mural comes just less than four months in advance of the pope's visit to Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families.

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Philly Is Getting a Mural of the Pope

...Meeting of Families announced the mural and showed renderings at a press conference today at 11th and Thompson in North Philadelphia...

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Welcome: Firth & Wilson Transport Cycles!

...from their days on Spring Garden next to WN/WN Coffee Bar. Their new location, 1105 Frankford Ave, is much larger than their previous spot in Northern Liberties. The increase in floor space...

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We're creating a mural to celebrate Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia!

A new mural at a Catholic school in North Philadelphia will honor Pope Francis.<br/>Officials unveiled a rendering for the mural, which will be displayed at the future location at St. Malachy School at 1012 W. Thompson St., on Thursday. The announcement of the mural comes just less than four months…

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Raise a Glass to a Good Cause During Negroni Week, June 1-7

North 3rd (801 N 3rd St.) – PAWS

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1 Tippling Place (2006 Chestnut St.) – Morris Animal Shelter

Abe Fisher (1623 Sansom St.) – Broad Street Ministry

Amis (412 S 13th St.) – Vetri Foundation

Ashton Cigar Bar (1522 Walnut St.) – PSPCA

Bank & Bourbon (1200 Market St.) – Challenged Athletes Foundation

Bar-Ly (101 N 11th St.) – The Children’s Tumor Foundation

Beast & Ale (4161 Main St.) – PAWS

Bistro Romano (120 Lombard St.) – Philabundance

Brick & Mortar (315 N 12th St.) – Friends of the Rail Park

Bridgewater’s Pub (2955 Market St.) – Amigos de Jesus Malvern

Butcher & Singer (1500 Walnut St.) – Project Transition

Capofitto (233 Chestnut St.) – Agatston Urban Nutrition Initiative (AUNI)

Contiential Old City (138 Market St.) – PAWS

Crow & The Pitcher (267 S 19th St.) – Manna

Doc Mogrogans – University City (3432 Sansom St.) – PAWS

Duross & Langel (117 S 13th St.) – MS Society

El Rey (2013 Chestnut St.) – PAWS

Farmacia (15 S 3rd St.)

Gran Caffe L’Aquila (1716 Chestnut St.) – Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Hotel Sofitel (120 S 17th St.) – Broad Street Ministry

Juniper Commons (521 S Broad St.) – Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

La Calaca Feliz (4410 Main St.) – PAWS

Little Nonna’s (1234 Locust St.) – Women Against Abuse

Milk Boy (1100 Chestnut St.) – Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Osteria (640 N Broad St.) – Vetri Foundation

Oyster House (1516 Sansom St.) – The Attic Youth Center

Panorama (14 N Front St.) – Bringing Hope Home

Positano Coast (212 Walnut St.) – PAWS

Ranstead Room (2013 Ranstead St.) – CHOPS

Rogues Gallery (11 S 21st St.) – The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Silence Dogood’s Tavern (216 Market St.) – PAWS

Slate Restaurant (102 S 21st St.) – Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Square 1682 (121 S 17th St.) – PAWS

The Fat Ham (3131 Walnut St.) – Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

The Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co (112 S 18th St.) – The MS Society

The Good King Tavern (614 S 7th St.) – Neighborhood Bike Works

The Twisted Tail (509 S 2nd St.) – Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

The Victoria Freehouse (10 S Front St.) – Vetri Foundation

Tinto (114-116 S 20th St.) – Garces Foundation

Twenty Manning Grill (261 S 20th St.) – HelpHopeLive Mid-Atlantic Spinal Cord Injury Fund

Valanni (1229 Spruce St.) – Manna

Vedge (1221 Locust St.) – Project Sloopy

Vernick Food & Drink (2031 Walnut St.) – Philabundance

Vesper Club (223 S Sydenham St.) – Philadelphia Reads

Village Whiskey (118 S 20th St.) – Garces Foundation

Volver (300 S Broad St.) – Garces Foundation

Zavino (112 S 13th St.) – MS Society

Zavino – University City (3200 Chestnut St.) – MS Society


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