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With two weeks until our next big exhibition, ‘Game Masters’ opens, we invite you to use the code MBSPR18 to save 20% on a year’s worth of science with a membership in The Franklin Institute. http://bit.ly/1YwJTr5 ‘Game Masters,’ a new exhibition showcasing the work of over 30 innovative game designers, will be open at The Franklin Institute from March 31, 2018 through September 3, 2018. http://bit.ly/2GzEw7u
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Mar. 19- Congresswoman Allyson Y. Schwartz, President and CEO of Better Medicare Alliance is keynote speaker at Population Health Alliance and Jefferson College of Population Forum 2018, at Loews Philadelphia Hotel, 1200 Market St., 8:15 a.m.
Mar. 22- Councilman Derek Green hosts Cocktail Reception at Estia, 1405 Locust St., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Special guest Ed Rendell. Benefactors $2,500, Friends $1...This article has 9 other Philadelphia locations (Show)
Mar. 20- State Rep. Joanna McClinton hosts Energy Forum at 18th Police Dist., 5510 Pine St., 6-7:30 p.m.
Mar. 21- State Rep. Vanessa Lowery Brown hosts SEPTA Key Card ID Picture Event at 5100 Parrish St. Seniors bring photo ID & old SEPTA card. For info: (215) 879-6615.
Mar. 22- Congressional candidate Jonathan Rowan hosts Reception at Moonshine, 1825 E. Moyamensing Ave., 5:30-7 p.m. Contribution levels: Host $5,000, Co-Host $2,500, Gold...
Mar. 22- City & State PA hosts “Above & Beyond Awards: Honoring Women of Public & Civic Mind” at Constitution Pl., 325 Chestnut St., 4th fl., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Honoring 25 exceptional Pa. women. Apps & open bar. Tickets $35. For info: Allison (215) 755-2000, press 7 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mar. 24- Men for Positive Change hosts Youth Council Forum at Beckett Life Ctr., 1410 N. 16th St., 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Youth 12-18 invited to serve on council& take action. For info: William Mackey (215) 789-0463 or email@example.com.
Mar. 28- State Rep. Pam DeLissio hosts SEPTA Key Sr. Photo ID Card Event at 6511 Ridge Ave., 4-7 p.m. Free. By app’t only. Must be 65+. For info: (215) 482-8726.
Mar. 29- State Sen. Larry Farnese hosts Senior Expo at S. Phila. H.S., 2101 S. Broad St., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free health screenings, exhibits, refreshments & light lunch. Seating limited RSVP by Mar. 23: (215) 952-3121.
Mar. 29- State Rep. Jason Dawkins hosts Workshop on Apprenticeship Opportunities at 4667 Paul St., 6-7 p.m. For info: (215) 744-7901.
Apr. 21- Ducky Birts Foundation hosts Capital Fund Drive at 1st Dist. Plaza, 3801 Market St., 12-3 p.m. For info: (215) 510-1057 or DuckyBirts1@yahoo.com.
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On this St Patrick’s Day, enjoy learning about some of Ireland’s greatest scientists. http://bit.ly/2tKGAXZ
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Introducing #ScienceOnScreen at the Prince Theaterr! Don't miss the series kickoff with #LakePlacid! Darkly comedic, gleefully gory, and knowingly ridiculous, this landlocked update of Jaws will have viewers rethinking their upcoming Maine vacations and seeing Betty White in an entirely new light. The screening is followed by a presentation with #Dinosaur Hall Coordinator at The Academy of Natural Sciences, Jason Poole. Tickets: http://filmadelphia.org/events/lake-placid/
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...with a teammate. Winners get a basket of wine and gift card to the restaurant. (208 S 13th St....
Test your wine skills with four rounds of trivia hosted by Victor Ykorul of Majestic Wines & Spirts. Bring a team or play it solo for a chance to win some sweet prizes. (129 S 13th St.)
Party like it’s 1999 at this event celebrating some of our greatest decades. Enjoy vintage wines from the 80s and 90s as well as music from those eras. (1137 Spruce St. & 123 S 18th St.)This article has 22 other Philadelphia locations (Show)
This Queen Village spot will feature a 5 course dinner and wine pairing for $55 a person. They're also offering half priced bottles of wine all week. (627 S 3rd St.)
Visit this Old City restaurant all week for a blind tasting of PA wines that will be paired up against other domestic bottles. They’ll share each day’s results on social media. $20 per flight. (308 Market St.)
Enjoy a three course lunch with a perfect pairing of Bordeaux wines every say (excluding Sunday) of Wine Week . Courses include chicken terrine with foie gras, veal cannelloni, and strawberry rhubarb tart. (210 W Rittenhouse Sq.)
This Old City wine haven will be pouring large format bottles of vintage Barolo, Brunello and Barbera for just $5 over cost per glass until supplies run out. Stop in and ask the bartender which wine is flowing any day this week. (14 N Front St.)
...early entry, deluxe passed hors d’oeuvre, and an exclusive champagne reception. Purchase tickets here. (22 S 23rd St....
...and flavor profiles. Tastings start on the hour and cost $20. Reserve your spot here. (227 Market St....
A $25 three course Alsace-inspired French menu awaits with a pairing of sparkling and still Alsace wines for an additional $20 at this Chestnut Hill bistro. Available on Wednesdays and Thursdays of wine week. (8229 Germantown Ave.)
Savor a flight of three decadent bites and three sparkling and still wines at this Southern inspired bar. Bites include oysters on the half shell, blue crab toast and fried green tomatoes. Available Friday and Saturday of Wine Week. (600 N Broad St.)
Party with local winemakers from Wayvine, Gotham Project and other forward-thinking people in the industry. Surprises and games await as well as 12 wines on taps and more in bottles and lots of music. (705 S 5th St.)
Enjoy three select French wines accompanied by cheeses from the same region for only $20. (123 S 7th St.)
Head to South Philly for an educational happy hour to learn the difference between organic, biodynamic and sustainable wines, and taste one of each! Oh and did we mention it’s a blind tasting? (1615 E Passyunk Ave.)
Celebrate Philly Wine Week at American Sardine Bar’s first outdoor party of the season. A selection of PA wines will be on hand as well as Chef Doreen Demarco’s BBQ. Pay as you go. (1800 Federal St.)
...to make their own. Tickets are $35, email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot. (1602 Spruce St....
...popcorn, cherries and herbs to truly immerse themselves in the sensation of the wines. $25. (640 N Broad St....
Learn about and taste the unique flavors of the Canary Islands at this wine tasting. Beverage Manager Abbie Bintliff will be on hand to walk guests through five wine tasting paired with Spanish imported cheeses. Tickets are $40 and can be purchased here. (1709 E Passyunk Ave.)
...pairing. They’ll also be playing some Stone’s deep tracks to set the mood. (1310 Frankford Ave....
...tasting event. Tickets are $35, 10% of the proceeds benefit the sommeliers’ cause of choice. (52 S 2nd St....
...two types of wings. Flannel, suspenders and birds are highly encouraged. Pay as you go. (2005 Walnut St....
Party like it’s 1999 at this event celebrating some of our greatest decades. Enjoy vintage wines from the 80s and 90s as well as music from those eras. (1137 Spruce St. & 123 S 18th St.)
Learn about Slovenian wines and try them by the glass or flight. The restaurant will be featuring Orange Pinot Grigio by Mansus, Juicy Rosé by Stoka, Ribolla by Marjan Simcic and some other surprise wines! (701 S 4th St.)
End Philly Wine Week at one of the best Spanish wine regions. The tapas bar’s celebration of the region will include off-list pairings, regional tasting flights and happy hour specials. (217 Chestnut St.)
Meet Ed Lazzerini of Vox Vineti a local PA winery at this free event. Learn about his natural process to wine making while sipping some free samples of his local wines. The bar will also be offered discounted full pours of Vox Vineti’s wines as well as free snacks. (2113 E York St.)
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Poker champion turned consultant Annie Duke joins our chief bioscientist Jayatri Das for a discussion on March 20, 2018 about how our brains process information and address uncertainties. http://bit.ly/2ogumRX
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“Sometimes, the hardest part of growing up (in your teens, twenties, and so on) is embracing the parts of yourself you once found embarrassing. The work I do with Cambodian American Girls Empowering (CAGE) is a celebration of all the hardest parts of what it means to be a Cambodian American.” Lanica Angpak, Founder of Cambodian American Girls Empowering #WomensHistoryMonth
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Modglin has been at Dirty Frank’s, the long-running dive bar at 13th and Pine streets, for 25 years. She was stuck on Lincoln Drive early morning on February 9...
Carey’s Fergie’s Pub (1214 Sansom Street) will tap its own keg at 7 p.m., with the proceeds also going to the fund.This article has 1 other Philadelphia location (Show)
At Monk’s (264 S. 16th Street), from Tom Peters and Fergus Carey, Pliny the Younger will start flowing at 5 p.m. on March 19. A 10-ounce glass will go for $15, cash only, and that entire $15 will go to Modglin’s recovery fund.
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British botanist and early photography innovator Anna Atkins was born on this day in 1799. Atkins is among the first women to ever produce a photograph and her book, “Cyanotypes of British Algae,” is the earliest book of photography ever published. http://ind.pn/1SNt8ac IMAGE: Anna Atkins (British, 1799-1871) | Laurencia pinnatifida var. Angusta from “Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions” | ca 1843-1853 | The New York Public Library, New York
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"Science and everyday life cannot and should not be separated." -Rosalind Franklin http://to.pbs.org/1R3DNZ0 #FranklinFriday IMAGE: Rosalind Franklin with microscope | 1955 | U.S. National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD
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