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Kindergarten registration opens TODAY! Stop b...

Kindergarten registration opens TODAY! Stop by the school to enroll your child and introduce yourself to the amazing Chester Arthur staff.

    Friends of Chester Arthur
    Kindergarten registration opens TODAY! Stop by the school to enroll your child and introduce yourself to the amazing Chester Arthur staff.
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1 hour ago

Visit The Print Center in January! #NewsLette...

Visit The Print Center in January! #NewsLetter http://conta.cc/2FCaqzU

    The Print Center
    Visit The Print Center in January! #NewsLetter http://conta.cc/2FCaqzU
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Keep Marching: Philly Celebrates MLK with Nine Student-Painted Sculptures Around Town

Location: Broad and Spruce streets

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    Keep Marching: Philly Celebrates MLK with Nine Student-Painted Sculptures Around Town
    This post is a part of a paid partnership with Comcast* Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and over the weekend painted busts of Dr. King were installed around Philadelphia to honor his legacy and celebrate his dream. These temporary additions to Philadelphia's public art and monument landscape are a part of a community art...
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11 hours ago

Join us for Citizen Archivist Week of Service...

Join us for Citizen Archivist Week of Service! In the spirit of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, join us January 15-19, 2018 for a week-long citizen archivist challenge. Our goal is to tag or transcribe 2,018 pages in the National Archives Catalog during Citizen Archivist Week of Service. Can you help us meet this challenge? Get started by visiting the Citizen Archivist Dashboard beginning January 15. During that week, we’ll have a special expanded missions session and lots of featured records waiting to be transcribed. For our new volunteers, you’ll also find instructions on how to create an account and get started. You can help us unlock history by tagging and transcribing primary source documents in the National Archives Catalog. As you add tags or transcriptions to these records, those words are added to our Catalog – improving search results, and making our records more discoverable online. The added benefit is that we’re unlocking the sometimes difficult to read text for all to understand. We like to say that as we tag and transcribe, we are unlocking history. Transcribe and tag some of our holdings today, a handful of which are linked to below: The Indictment of Samuel Maccubbin involved in the Baltimore 'Riot' of 1861: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/278869 Deposition of John Snyder: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/18545806 Information provided by Lester Matz and John C. Childs filed in the U.S. Attorneys' Records on Spiro T. Agnew: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/279167 Complaint Against the Prince Edward County School Board of Virginia: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/279098 Fire Island National Seashore: A Proposal: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/40304849 History of Langley Air Field, Inception to March 1, 1935: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/66956741 John B. Gruelle's Patent Drawing and Oath for an Ornamental Design for a Doll: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/23902323

    Help Us Unlock History During Citizen Archivist Service Week!
    In the spirit of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, we're launching a week-long citizen archivist challenge from January 15-19. We invite you and your students to join us! Help us unlock history by tagging and transcribing primary source documents in the National Archives Catalog.
    http://education.blogs.archives.gov

21 hours ago

Every other Monday, a member of the Mütter Mu...

Every other Monday, a member of the Mütter Museum staff takes a minute to showcase an item from our collection. This week, museum director Robert Hicks describes the cold hard facts about the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918. If you haven't yet, get your flu shot! Stay tuned every other week for #MutterMinuteMonday

    Mütter Museum of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
    Every other Monday, a member of the Mütter Museum staff takes a minute to showcase an item from our collection. This week, museum director Robert Hicks describes the cold hard facts about the...
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22 hours ago

It's Industry Night at "All The Dead Biddles"...

It's Industry Night at "All The Dead Biddles"! 7:30PM, $15

    'Biddles' at Plays & Players: Witty, edgy comedy about grief
    Witty and immensely original, edgy and provocative, performed by four excellent actors, "All the Dead Biddles" by the Underbite Theatre Company (through Jan. 21 at Plays and Players Theatre) examines grief in all its messy, invasive craziness. - Hugh Hunter, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News
    http://www.philly.com

22 hours ago

Who is playing at our Happy Hour this Thursda...

Who is playing at our Happy Hour this Thursday? 846 Social Club, that's who. Of course, the group features musicians from Bella Vista. They'll play acoustic American roots music including Tom Waits and Johnny Cash. Get your tickets today: https://bella-vista-neighbors-association.ticketleap.com/winter-2018-happy-hour/ And invite your friends! https://www.facebook.com/events/508337462876444/ (photo credit: Stephen Tolton)

    Bella Vista Neighbors Association
    Who is playing at our Happy Hour on Thursday? 846 Social Club, that's who. Of course the group features musicians from Bella Vista. They'll play acoustic American roots music including Tom Waits and...
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22 hours ago

Who is playing at our Happy Hour on Thursday?...

Who is playing at our Happy Hour on Thursday? 846 Social Club, that's who. Of course the group features musicians from Bella Vista. They'll play acoustic American roots music including Tom Waits and Johnny Cash. Get your tickets today: https://bella-vista-neighbors-association.ticketleap.com/winter-2018-happy-hour/ (photo credit: Stephen Tolton)

    Bella Vista Neighbors Association
    Who is playing at our Happy Hour on Thursday? 846 Social Club, that's who. Of course the group features musicians from Bella Vista. They'll play acoustic American roots music including Tom Waits and...
    https://www.facebook.com

23 hours ago

Can ya dig a live band?! Join us on March 24,...

Can ya dig a live band?! Join us on March 24, 2018, from 7p-11p for some Beer • Wine • Silent Auctions • and Live Dancing 🕺🏿💃🏼 at FOCA NIGHT OUT. Tickets are $50 online and $60 at the door! So put on your dancing shoes and boogie your way over to the link in our profile and get your tickets now! We can’t wait to see everyone there 👋🏻👋🏻

    Friends of Chester Arthur
    Can ya dig a live band?! Join us on March 24, 2018, from 7p-11p for some Beer * Wine * Silent Auctions * and Live Dancing 🕺🏿💃🏼 at FOCA NIGHT OUT. Tickets are $50 online and $60 at the door! So put...
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23 hours ago

Join us for Citizen Archivist Week of Service...

Join us for Citizen Archivist Week of Service! In the spirit of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, join us January 15-19, 2018 for a week-long citizen archivist challenge. Our goal is to tag or transcribe 2,018 pages in the National Archives Catalog during Citizen Archivist Week of Service. Can you help us meet this challenge? Get started by visiting the Citizen Archivist Dashboard beginning January 15. During that week, we’ll have a special expanded missions session and lots of featured records waiting to be transcribed. For our new volunteers, you’ll also find instructions on how to create an account and get started. You can help us unlock history by tagging and transcribing primary source documents in the National Archives Catalog. As you add tags or transcriptions to these records, those words are added to our Catalog – improving search results, and making our records more discoverable online. The added benefit is that we’re unlocking the sometimes difficult to read text for all to understand. We like to say that as we tag and transcribe, we are unlocking history. Transcribe and tag some of our holdings today, a handful of which are linked to below: https://education.blogs.archives.gov/2018/01/10/citizen-archivist-service-week/

    Help Us Unlock History During Citizen Archivist Service Week!
    In the spirit of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, we're launching a week-long citizen archivist challenge from January 15-19. We invite you and your students to join us! Help us unlock history by tagging and transcribing primary source documents in the National Archives Catalog.
    http://education.blogs.archives.gov

25 hours ago

“My story being done, . . . She swore, in fai...

“My story being done, . . . She swore, in faith ‘twas strange, ‘twas passing strange.” – OTHELLO, Act One, Scene 3 Take a deep dive into the world of PASSING STRANGE in Walter Bilderback's (Production Dramaturg and Literary Manager) Open Stages blog post. #WilmaPassingStrange is now playing through February 18.

    OPEN STAGE ONLINE: PASSING STRANGE
    by Walter Bilderback "My story being done, . . . She swore, in faith 'twas strange, 'twas passing strange." - Othello, Act One, Scene 3 Passing Strange is, first and foremost, a coming of age story. Although it shares some moments with Stew's real life, it is not autobiographical.
    http://blog.wilmatheater.org

26 hours ago

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day we sh...

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day we share with you the image of a work by Martin Puryear that was in our last exhibition Martin Puryear: Prints, 1962-2016. Image: Martin Puryear, MLK Elegi, 1968, Soft ground etching and aquatint, with burnishing, on wove paper. © Martin Puryear, Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery http://printcenter.org/100/puryear/

    The Print Center
    In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day we share with you the image of a work by Martin Puryear that was in our last exhibition Martin Puryear: Prints, 1962-2016. Image: Martin Puryear, MLK Elegi,...
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Washington Square West Civic Association upda...

Washington Square by John Sloan - Delaware Art Museum

    Washington Square West Civic Association
    Washington Square by John Sloan - Delaware Art Museum
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41 hours ago

On-Line Gallery: The 2018 PSC Annual Domenic DiStefano Memorial Works on Paper Juried Exhibition

The Philadelphia Sketch Club - 235 South Camac Street - Philadelphia PA 19107 - 215-545-9298

    On-Line Gallery: The 2018 PSC Annual Domenic DiStefano Memorial Works on Paper Juried Exhibition
    The 2018 PSC Annual Domenic DiStefano Memorial Works on Paper Juried Exhibition See great art by many Philadelphia Area Artists Cash awards and PSC medals will be presented at 3:00 PM Light Refreshments and beverages will be available Good cheer, company and conversation! This entry was posted in Information by Kenneth Weiner.
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41 hours ago

Cold weather got you down? Get out of the hou...

Cold weather got you down? Get out of the house this week and meet up with neighbors at our Happy Hour. Buy your tickets today.

    Winter 2018 Happy Hour
    Winter is great for cocooning, not so great for meeting up with neighbors. We have a solution: a Wintertime Happy Hour - the perfect way to catch up with friends and meet new people, conveniently right in the neighborhood. Join us at Al Zaytouna ("the Olive Tree"), an Eastern Mediterrranean BYOB restaurant near 9th & Christian.
    https://bella-vista-neighbors-association.ticketleap.com

46 hours ago

Nico Westerdale shared a photo to Bella Vista...

    Nico Westerdale
    Nico Westerdale updated the group photo in Philadelphia Domino Topplers Club - at Charles Santore Library.
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2 days ago

6abc Loves the Arts: Curtis Symphony Orchestra

300 S Broad St

    6abc Loves the Arts: Curtis Symphony Orchestra
    The Curtis Institute of Music is one of the most exclusive music colleges in the world and the school's Symphony Orchestra is kicking off a new season with sounds from around the world. "It'll be a very moving experience for people," promises David Ludwig, a composer, Curtis instructor and chair of the school's Composition Studies.
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2 days ago

  • PLUMBING PERMIT

    REPLACEMENT OF 3/4" WATER SERVICE FROM MAIN TO METER-PA1#20173520601-"SELF-CERTIFICATION'S ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED" - "ALL EXCAVATIONS AND PLUMBING TRENCHES IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET IN DEPTH MUST HAVE APPROVED SHORING IN PLACE AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION"

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2 days ago

Our neighborhood is home to many of the @mura...

Our neighborhood is home to many of the @muralarts masterpieces. Here you can see one of their many tours that comes through to see them at our very own Sartain Garden!

    Washington Square West Civic Association
    Our neighborhood is home to many of the @muralarts masterpieces. Here you can see one of their many tours that comes through to see them at our very own Sartain Garden!
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2 days ago

Great tips from Philly Weekly for checking ou...

Great tips from Philly Weekly for checking out Center City District Restaurant Week, starting tomorrow! #CCDRW

    The Scene: Center City District Restaurant Week
    Unleash your inner foodie with over 100 participating restaurants, and indulge in a prefixed three-course lunch or dinner at a low price. Dine at some of Philly's swankiest eateries, from steakhouses to French bistros, Greek cuisine to American fare.
    http://www.philadelphiaweekly.com

2 days ago

Market open until 2pm! Come load up on all ...

Market open until 2pm! Come load up on all your favorites before they’re gone! ✨👨‍🌾✨

    Rittenhouse Farmers' Market
    Market open until 2pm! Come load up on all your favorites before they're gone! ✨👨‍🌾✨
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2 days ago

CODE BLUE is in effect again this evening due...

CODE BLUE is in effect again this evening due to the fluctuating freezing temperatures. Bring your pets inside! It is against City ordinance to leave dogs outside in extreme cold without proper shelter, and owners can be fined up to $500. Help us enforce this! Call the ACCT Philly​ 24/7 hotline (267-385-3800) if you observe a dog or other pet outside during extreme cold. You can also report non-emergencies here: http://www.acctphilly.org/programs/animal-ordinance-complaints/report-a-violation/

    Councilman Kenyatta Johnson
    CODE BLUE is in effect again this evening due to the fluctuating freezing temperatures. Bring your pets inside! It is against City ordinance to leave dogs outside in extreme cold without proper...
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3 days ago

How did hair work become so popular in the Vi...

How did hair work become so popular in the Victorian era? Mental Floss talked to "Woven Strands" co-curator, Emily Snedden Yates, about the exhibition (opening party this Thursday!) and has a sneak peek of incredible images from the exhibition. Purchase tickets to the opening here: http://ow.ly/5H7L30hKh4K!

    Mütter Museum Showcases the Victorian Custom of Making Crafts From Human Hair
    One thing that illustrated and photographic archives have taught us is that people have always known how to rock a stylish piece of headwear. From squat caps to towering toppers, history has produced a hat for every occasion. Here are 20 old styles that, with a healthy dose of fashion and confidence, could still look just as fabulous today.
    http://mentalfloss.com

3 days ago

The Print Center added 3 new photos.

NEW PHOTOBOOK IN THE GALLERY STORE Jeff Rich, Watershed: The Tennessee River In Watershed: The Tennessee River, Jeff Rich examines the complicated environmental effects and consequences of large-scale modernization in the Tennessee River Watershed, investigating the river itself and the Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA) vast reach and power in the region. Jeff Rich, Watershed: The Tennessee River, 2017, includes essays by Holly Haworth and Jeff Rich. Published by Fall Line Press: 124 pages with 38 color plates, 41 black & white plates and 8 color illustrations with a Swiss bound hardcover, it can be purchased for $65 in The Gallery Store or online. For more information, contact The Gallery Store at gallerystore@printcenter.org, 215.735.6090 x2. https://printcenterstore.myshopify.com/collections/shop-all-items/products/watershed-the-tennessee-river

    The Print Center
    The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA. 5,410 likes · 53 talking about this · 455 were here. The Print Center encourages the growth and understanding of photography and printmaking as vital contemporary...
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Councilman Kenyatta Johnson shared Read by 4t...

    Read by 4th
    Help your child to get as far as she can with dressing herself. Not only will she feel a sense of accomplishment, it'll save you valuable time. Use both #attendancehero #contestentry to win $500 &...
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3 days ago

Morris Animal Refuge added 4 new photos — at ...

Some of the awesome adoptable dogs waiting for you at the Refuge this January! Continually updated. Want to give one of the these great dogs a home? Get in touch, stop by, or apply online!

    Morris Animal Refuge
    Some of the awesome adoptable dogs waiting for you at the Refuge this January! Continually updated. Want to give one of the these great dogs a home? Get in touch, stop by, or apply online!
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3 days ago

The Rosenbach added an event.

Dr. Frankenstein’s creature practically defines the notion of an iconic image for modern life: over the last 200 years no allegory has held more fascination, nor seems continually to be more timely. In honor of the bicentennial of Frankenstein’s publication, we invited a historian of science, a literature scholar, and a biologist to a discussion moderated by a bioethicist. Their panel will explore the reasons that Mary Shelley’s vision has had such a profound effect on our imagination and on the way we structure our understanding of the ethical and social implications of biotechnology. About the panel Stephanie A. Dick is an Assistant Professor in History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania. She works at the intersection of history of computing, artificial intelligence, and mathematics. Her work explores the historical consequences of automation for knowledge, its character and its production, in different communities from mathematical logicians to police departments. Her writings include, “AfterMath: The Work of Proof in the Age of Human-Machine Collaboration,” and “Of Models and Machines: Implementing Bounded Rationality.” From 2012 – 2015, she was selected as one of nine researchers funded by the Turing Centenary Research Project: Mind Mechanism and Mathematics. John D. Gearhart is James W. Effron University Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology as well as a Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor. He has played a major role in the development and/or use of a variety of technologies with the goal of improving human health and performance. These include embryonic stem cells, cloning embryos, the use of interspecific chimeras, transgenesis and the genetic reprogramming of genomes. Not surprisingly, among opponents of this work he has commonly been referred to as Dr. Frankenstein, among other names. Mark Greenberg is Distinguished University Professor and Provost Emeritus at Drexel University. He was founding dean of the Pennoni Honors College before becoming provost. He has taught and published on 19th century British literature, and on literature, science, and technology. He was a founding member and past president of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Jonathan D. Moreno, is the David and Lyn Silfen Professor of Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania with appointments in Medical Ethics and Health Policy, History and Sociology of Science, and Philosophy. His writings include Undue Risk: Secret State Experiments on Humans, and Mind Wars: Brain Science and the Military in the 21st Century. Moreno’s work was used in the development of the screenplay for The Bourne Legacy. He is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine.

    In Conversation with the Rosenbach: It's Alive! Frankenstein in
    Dr. Frankenstein's creature practically defines the notion of an iconic image for modern life: over the last 200 years no allegory has held more...
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3 days ago

CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia shared The ...

In case you missed it this morning, or just want to watch it again. Watch/listen to CultureWorks' Senior Community Experience Director, Jamaine Smith chat about how the organization helps creatives and their businesses flourish at CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia aka "Disneyland" (thanks Keith), how empathy leads my work, why men are trash, and how Haiti is a beautiful country - not a sh*thole, with Ron & Keith of The 7pm Show!

    The 7pm Show
    The 7pm Show. 425 likes · 82 talking about this. A Philly Radio Show.
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3 days ago

Washington Square West Civic Association shar...

    City Closed and Services Curtailed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day | Office of the Mayor
    PHILADELPHIA - All City of Philadelphia offices will be closed and City services curtailed on Monday, January 15, in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Trash and recyclables will not be collected on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
    https://beta.phila.gov

3 days ago

Ever wonder about that concrete "castle" next...

Ever wonder about that concrete "castle" next to the #RailPark?

    This gorgeous castle overlooking the Reading Viaduct park is still a functioning industrial building
    Changes are coming to the Callowhill neighborhood, once a dense, industrial district. - Inga Saffron, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News
    http://www.philly.com

3 days ago

Center City District shared Curbed Philly's p...

It's 65 degrees today ((!) and that has us thinking about spring -- and the opening of the #RailPark! 🌳🌻☀️

    10 things for Philly to look forward to in 2018
    The end of the holiday season can be a real bummer. But it's a new year, Philly, and with that comes plenty of exciting and game-changing things to look forward to in 2018. There's an onslaught of new towers making their debut along Philly's skyline.
    https://philly.curbed.com

3 days ago

The National Archives at Philadelphia will be...

The National Archives at Philadelphia will be closed on Monday, January 15, 2017, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Feel free to call us at (215) 205-2044 or visit www.archive.gov/philadelphia for any changes in our hours.

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3 days ago

Kindergarten registration opens on Tuesday. S...

Kindergarten registration opens on Tuesday. Stop by the school to sign up your child. We can't wait to meet the newest members of the Arthur family!

    Friends of Chester Arthur
    Kindergarten registration opens on Tuesday. Stop by the school to sign up your child. We can't wait to meet the newest members of the Arthur family!
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3 days ago

MasterChef Junior Casting Call in Philadelphia Saturday, January 20th

They’re coming to meet YOU on Saturday, January 20th 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel 237 S Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19107.

    MasterChef Junior Casting Call in Philadelphia Saturday, January 20th
    Calling all talented home cooks between the ages of 8 -13, MasterChef Junior is casting in Philadelphia! If you, or someone you know, thinks they have what it takes to be the next MasterChef Junior make sure to attend the PHILADELPHIA casting call for a chance to be on the next season of MasterChef Junior.
    http://phillygrub.wordpress.com

3 days ago

Thanks for coming out for our opening recepti...

Thanks for coming out for our opening reception and gallery talks. It was a wonderful way to welcome the New Year and celebrate the work! Our two new exhibitions: Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné and By the Book Vol. 2: New Photography Publications are on view through April 21, 2018. Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné was co-curated by John Caperton, Jensen Bryan Curator, The Print Center and Cynthia Nourse Thompson, Director of the MFA Book Arts and Studio Art MFA Programs, The University of The Arts. It brings together prints and artist books created collaboratively at Dieu Donné, known for its creation of contemporary art using the process of hand-papermaking. The exhibition features work by Polly Apfelbaum, Chuck Close, Lesley Dill, Ann Hamilton, Eliza Kentridge, William Kentridge, Abby Leigh, Michele Oka Doner, Arlene Shechet, Kate Shepherd, Do Ho Suh, Mark Strand and Ursula von Rydingsvard. By the Book Vol. 2: New Photography Publications is The Print Center's second exhibition dedicated to new photo publications and the artworks that inspired them. The exhibition includes books and artworks by Saleem Ahmed, Tim Carpenter, Julianna Foster, Nicholas Muellner and Public Collectors. http://printcenter.org/100/collab-histories-by-the-book/

    The Print Center
    Thanks for coming out for our opening reception and gallery talks. It was a wonderful way to welcome the New Year and celebrate the work! Our two new exhibitions: Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné...
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3 days ago

Rainy days like today are a great time to see...

Rainy days like today are a great time to see where stormwater infrastructure is most needed! Read about how rain gardens on Schuylkill Banks filter stormwater runoff and keep our rivers healthy: http://bit.ly/2FuV9AX

    Schuylkill Banks
    Rainy days like today are a great time to see where stormwater infrastructure is most needed! Read about how rain gardens on Schuylkill Banks filter stormwater runoff and keep our rivers healthy:...
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3 days ago

Center City District shared Philadelphia Park...

    " A Meal with a Parking Deal: Restaurant Week Parking Validations
    Philly has some of the best food in the nation. Think about it: Where else are you going to get a better cheesesteak or soft pretzel than our nation's birthplace? And with hundreds of delicious places to eat covering nearly every cuisine imaginable, it can be a tough decision to make.
    http://www.philapark.org

3 days ago

Center City District shared Devon Seafood Gri...

    Devon Seafood Grill Philadelphia
    Join us for Philadelphia Restaurant Week January 14-26. Enjoy a special 3-course pre-fixe lunch and dinner menu. View the menu: http://bit.ly/2mkvCma
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3 days ago

FYI Philly - This week is food, fitness, fashion and more - Fabulous!

1121 Walnut St

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212 S 12th St

30 S 15th St

1001 Spruce Street

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3601 Market St

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631 N 2nd St

925 Canal Street, Building #4, Door 16

1528 Frankford Ave

205 Race Street

1808 Spring Garden St

31 S. 2nd St.

102 S. 21st Street

5955 N. 5th Street

    FYI Philly finds food, fashion, fitness... fabulous!
    It's a New Year and, in this weekend's FYI, we celebrate all things new in food, fitness, fashion and more. FYI Philly is on 6abc Saturday night at 7 and Sunday at midnight. Ducis Rodgers and Jeannette Reyes take us to some new destinations on Philadelphia's ever-expanding restaurant scene.
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