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The Rosenbach was live — attending Moby-Dick ...

    The Rosenbach
    The Rosenbach, Philadelphia, PA. 3,933 likes · 74 talking about this · 317 were here. At the Rosenbach, over 400,000 works of literature, history, & fine and decorative art come together in...
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Councilman Kenyatta Johnson shared a post.

    Lauren Summers
    Hi! BIG UPDATE!! Huge thank you to Councilman Kenyatta Johnson and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation! We are getting the rest of the playground finished in Spring 2018 with new big kid swings and play...
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13 hours ago

As part of “Terracotta Warriors of The First ...

As part of “Terracotta Warriors of The First Emperor,” on view through March 4, 2018, The Franklin Institute has developed a special Augmented Reality experience for the exhibition. http://bit.ly/2xdSuKy Download our Terracotta Warriors AR app today for iPhone or Android to experience this wonder of archaeology in a whole new way: http://bit.ly/tcwar

    A better life through augmented reality? Really!
    What do the Franklin Institute, Ikea North America Services, QVC, and the Fringe Fest have in common? They're betting on augmented reality - a commingling of the real world we live in with computer-generated imagery that makes the scene better (or weirder) for consumers.
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The first American to travel into space, Alan...

The first American to travel into space, Alan Shepard, was born on this day in 1923. Shepard’s first voyage outside of the Earth’s atmosphere in 1961, in the capsule Freedom 7, lasted just over 15 minutes. Shepard would return to space in 1971 as part of the Apollo 14 mission to the moon. https://go.nasa.gov/2jzZFaC IMAGE: Alan Shepard | 1963 | NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    The first American to travel into space, Alan Shepard, was born on this day in 1923. Shepard's first voyage outside of the Earth's atmosphere in 1961, in the capsule Freedom 7, lasted just over 15...
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Philadelphia Art Alliance added 5 new photos ...

Today’s the last day to shop the Connie Kay and Judie Simkins’ Costume Jewelry Trunk Show and Sale at the Philadelphia Art Alliance. Stop by and discover a gift for the holidays or for yourself! bit.ly/2j8T0E8

    Philadelphia Art Alliance
    Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA. 4,648 likes · 29 talking about this · 1,715 were here. Contemporary art and design in a historic mansion located on Rittenhouse Square.
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18 hours ago

Rittenhouse Farmers' Market added 4 new photo...

We’re on the south side of Rittenhouse Square today. The full market! Open till 3pm.

    Rittenhouse Farmers' Market
    Rittenhouse Farmers' Market, Philadelphia, PA. 2.8K likes. We are open, rain or shine or snow, every Saturday in the winter, 10am-2pm. Our market is great source of fresh, local food.
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Louis Daguerre, who was born on this day in 1...

Louis Daguerre, who was born on this day in 1787, developed the photographic process known as daguerreotype photography. At the time, in the 1830s, Daguerre’s system could create a photograph after a low exposure time of just twenty minutes. http://bit.ly/1NpUnTT IMAGE: William G. Mason (American) | [North side of Chestnut Street, between Second Street and Third Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania] | between 1842 and 1845 | The Library of Congress, Washington, DC

    The Franklin Institute
    Louis Daguerre, who was born on this day in 1787, developed the photographic process known as daguerreotype photography. At the time, in the 1830s, Daguerre's system could create a photograph after a...
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20 hours ago

IMPRESSED: The Print Center Benefit Auction i...

IMPRESSED: The Print Center Benefit Auction is live. View the Auction & Start Bidding! This stunning silver print by Gallery Store artist John A. Benigno can be yours. Be sure to check out all the striking items up for auction now, and don’t forget to register and purchase tickets for December 2! John A. Benigno, Yes, We're Open, 2000, Selenium toned silver print, 16" x 20", Edition 2 of 25, Framed, Courtesy of the Artist Opening Bid: $120; Value: $200 Visit our website for event details, to buy tickets and to view all items up for bid: http://printcenter.org/100/auction/

    The Print Center
    IMPRESSED: The Print Center Benefit Auction is live. View the Auction & Start Bidding! This stunning silver print by Gallery Store artist John A. Benigno can be yours. Be sure to check out all the...
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    FOR THE REMOVAL OF ONE (1) STORY REAR STRUCTURE AND TWO (2) STORY REAR STRUCTURE ATTACHED TO THE EXISTING SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING AS PER PLANS AND APPROVAL FROM THE PHILADELPHIA HISTORICAL COMMISSION (PHC), ** NO WORK TO MASONRY WALLS OR REPLACEMENT OF WINDOWS/EXTERIOR DOORS **

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Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus added an event....

The Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus (PGMC) is holding auditions for its 2017-2018 concert season. Here's your chance to join PGMC! We are a community that celebrates differences and sings to inspire change! We may be a “gay men's” chorus, but we are an inclusive organization that welcomes singers of all sexual orientations and gender identities. The audition process is simple, and you don't even need to prepare a piece. Auditions are being held for new and/or returning PGMC members that did not sing in Season 2016-2017. Audition Dates & Times: Wednesday, December 13, 2017; 6-8pm The Lutheran Church of the Holy Communion 2110 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Sign up for an audition time slot now! Learn more at www.pgmc.org/audition/ about the audition process and being a member.

    New Member Auditions: Season 2017-18
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To all of our loyal and faithful shoppers, to...

To all of our loyal and faithful shoppers, tomorrow's market has been moved to the South Side of Rittenhouse Square, due to the half-marathon route in the morning. We will be lined up along the Rittenhouse Square road, the full farmers' market, represented as the orange line on the map below. Same hours, 9am-3pm. Please help us spread the word to all your friends and neighbors.

    Rittenhouse Farmers' Market
    To all of our loyal and faithful shoppers, tomorrow's market has been moved to the South Side of Rittenhouse Square, due to the half-marathon route in the morning. We will be lined up along the...
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36 hours ago

New research suggests that winemaking may hav...

New research suggests that winemaking may have gotten its start at least eight thousand years ago. http://n.pr/2jqIyba

    Georgian Jars Hold 8,000-Year-Old Winemaking Clues
    Anthropologist Patrick McGovern, at the University of Pennsylvania, has been pursuing the origins of wine for many years, and that search took him to the mountainous areas east of the Black Sea, in what is today Georgia, Armenia, and Iran. "Everything pointed to that region as the area to investigate," he says.
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37 hours ago

Last Look, First Look + Save the Date! #NewsL...

Last Look, First Look + Save the Date! #NewsLetter http://conta.cc/2A5CH2d

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    Last Look, First Look + Save the Date! #NewsLetter http://conta.cc/2A5CH2d
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39 hours ago

Center City District shared Philly ChitChat's...

    Philly ChitChat
    First Look at Rothman Skating Rink & gorgeous garden - maze at Dilworth Park http://www.phillychitchat.com/2017/11/maze.html
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“Fools make feasts and wise men eat them.” -B...

“Fools make feasts and wise men eat them.” -Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanack, 1745. http://bit.ly/1Z1Wq64 #FranklinFriday IMAGE: Jean Honoré Fragonard (French, 1732-1806) | Benjamin Franklin | c. 1778 | The Art Institute of Chicago

    The Franklin Institute
    "Fools make feasts and wise men eat them." -Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack, 1745. http://bit.ly/1Z1Wq64 #FranklinFriday IMAGE: Jean Honoré Fragonard (French, 1732-1806) | Benjamin...
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40 hours ago

Love this Philadelphia Magazine Q&A with Cent...

Love this Philadelphia Magazine Q&A with Center City District's Michelle Shannon!

    I Love My Job: Meet Center City's Biggest Cheerleader
    No one knows Philly's downtown better than Michelle Shannon. We're pretty certain that no one knows more about Center City than Michelle Shannon, the woman who's been pushing downtown Philadelphia's development for nearly 30 years. Shannon's love affair with Center City started well before she began working for Center City District where she's been for 20 years now.
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42 hours ago

Shop at the farmers markets for the freshest,...

Shop at the farmers markets for the freshest, most local, most nutritious and flavorful ingredients and foods for your family and friends. Six markets open this weekend. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Farm to City: Thanksgiving Markets!
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Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market opens for...

Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market opens for the season tomorrow at Dilworth Park.

    28 incredible things to do in Philadelphia this weekend
    As we sail on into mid November, Philadelphia is keeping busy with tons of weekend events. Over the next three days, board-game lovers can check out the first-of-its-kind PAX Unplugged at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. It's three days of activities dedicated to analog, table gaming.
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The Franklin Institute shared their event.

Tomorrow, November 18, 2017, joins for a day full of activities celebrating the sour, bitter, salty, savory and sweet science of food at our all ages Kitchen Science Day. http://bit.ly/2yPBTxd

    Kitchen Science Day
    For one day only, The Franklin Institute will celebrate the sweet and savory science of food with a day of free programming for the whole family!...
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45 hours ago

Latest new chef at a.kitchen gives Rittenhouse wine bistro a compelling French flair

...street presence has long been overshadowed by the glitzier sights at the lively crossroads of 18th and Walnut...

    a.kitchen | Latest new chef at a.kitchen gives Rittenhouse wine bistro a compelling French flair
    a.kitchen is one of those places that, despite maintaining a consistent record of excellence and a reputation as one of Philly's most essential wine restaurants, has never quite acquired enough real buzz. - Craig LaBan, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News
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Sweetish’s Farewell Show

After 3 1/2 years of puppets, puns, and live “movie magic,” Sweetish is coming to an end. 

    Sweetish's Farewell Show
    After 3 1/2 years of puppets, puns, and live "movie magic," Sweetish is coming to an end. Grouped randomly in 2014 for a live sketch comedy game show, Julia Hudson, Bobby Lang, Maura Pennington, Erik Sojka, and Brian Craig continued to meet every week, bonding over pop culture, hot goss, and fine Italian dining, and continued to perform on a regular basis.
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Recently coined by scientists from the Univer...

Recently coined by scientists from the University of Portsmouth in England, the term 'kleptopredation' is defined as the act of hunting an animal with a full stomach and was first observed being employed by a particular kind of sea slug. http://bit.ly/2iX1DSl

    Kleptopredation is a new scientific term for super-sizing a meal at sea
    Kleptropredation isn't a crime, though the newly-coined term has a criminal ring, and the act is kind of like theft-meets-murder-in-a-meal. Technically, it's when a predator eats prey that has just hunted and has a full belly-such that the predator ends up eating its prey's prey as well.
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2 days ago

Pre-Thanksgiving cider and charcuterie tasting

...Chef Eli Collins will host a fun and tasty Cider & Choucroute Fest at a.kitchen (135 S. 18th St). In what will become an annual pre-Thanksgiving tradition, the restaurant will pour European ciders...

    Pre-Thanksgiving cider and charcuterie tasting
    On Tuesday, Nov. 21, Chef Eli Collins will host a fun and tasty Cider & Choucroute Fest at a.kitchen (135 S. 18th St). In what will become an annual pre-Thanksgiving tradition, the restaurant will pour European ciders to complement a three-course meal centered around hearty plates of Chef Collins' modern-traditional Choucroute Garnie for $40 per person.
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Philadelphia Art Alliance added 2 new photos ...

Happening now! Join us today through Saturday 11/18 as we host the Connie Kay & Judie Simkins Costume Jewelry Trunk Show and Sale. Hours: 11am - 7pm More info at: bit.ly/2j8T0E8

    Philadelphia Art Alliance
    Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA. 4,642 likes · 27 talking about this · 1,714 were here. Contemporary art and design in a historic mansion located on Rittenhouse Square.
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2 days ago

The Gallery has a new show (opening & artist ...

The Gallery has a new show (opening & artist talk Saturday 2-5pm) and ReVamp's 'They Belonged to the Sunlight' is up this weekend in the Skinner Studio. Come to Members Happy Hour tomorrow! There's so much to talk about. Quig's! At 5:30pm!

    Plays & Players
    The Gallery has a new show (opening & artist talk Saturday 2-5pm) and ReVamp's 'They Belonged to the Sunlight' is up this weekend in the Skinner Studio. Come to Members Happy Hour tomorrow! There's...
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Congratulations and our thanks to November’s ...

Congratulations and our thanks to November’s Volunteer of the Month, Jasmine Ingram. A graduate of The Franklin Institute’s Partnerships for Achieving Careers in Technology and Science (PACTS) program, Jasmine Ingram has served as a member of the PACTS Alumni Board, attended mentor/student workshop sessions, run our college tour seminar, and headlined our PACTS Alumni Speaker series ever since she graduated from college. Jasmine graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and is currently working as a data-marketer. In October, we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the PACTS Program. Jasmine was the Anniversary Alumni Chair for the event. The success of that event was due, in large part, to the hard work that Jasmine put in calling PACTS graduates and attending and hosting meetings with various Franklin Institute staff, parents and PACTS grads. Learn more about The Franklin Institute’s PACTS program: http://bit.ly/2zImRtm Volunteers and interns serve The Franklin Institute in a variety of ways. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1LDLySf

    The Franklin Institute
    Congratulations and our thanks to November's Volunteer of the Month, Jasmine Ingram. A graduate of The Franklin Institute's Partnerships for Achieving Careers in Technology and Science (PACTS)...
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