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Fleisher will be open tomorrow, Thursday, March 21. If you're coming for a makeup class or to see the Annual Student Exhibition before it closes on Friday, make sure to take your time and leave a little earlier than you normally do.
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Due to inclement weather, the National Archives at Philadelphia will have a delayed opening on March 22, 2018. Our research rooms will open at 10:00 am. Feel free to check our Facebook page or www.archives.gov/philadelphia for facility updates.
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Due to the inclement weather, the Athenaeum will be closed Wednesday, March 21.
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Due to inclement weather, the National Archives at Philadelphia will be closed on March 21, 2018. Given the forecast, please check our page or www.archives.gov/philadelphia on Wednesday evening or Thursday morning for updates on when our building will reopen. The photograph shared here is from a snow storm that took place on January 20, 1934. Although it was taken 84 years ago in Medford, NJ, this image appears to be quite a familiar scene! Citation: Snow Storm in Medford, NJ; Box 2; Northeastern Forest, Timber Management; RG 095 – Records of the United States Forest Service; National Archives at Philadelphia (NAID: 28208828) and (HMS ID: PH-3926).
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https://beta.phila.gov/2018-03-20-city-of-philadelphia-officials-announce-preparations-for-winter-storm-2/ Trash collection suspended and schools closed tomorrow.
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Weather update: due to the inclement weather forecast for tomorrow, Fleisher will be closed to the public. Teen Lounge is cancelled and makeup classes that were scheduled for tomorrow will be made up next Wednesday, March 28. Please check here for further updates.
39 hours ago
The Wilma Theater is seeking a dedicated individual with excellent customer service skills to work in our box office. Shifts tend to be 10am-3pm, 3pm-8pm on weekdays, 11:30pm-8pm on Saturdays, 11:30pm-2pm on Sundays. The average box officer would work about 10-20 hours a week. Duties include phone and in person sales and exchanges, processing subscriptions, mailings, database upkeep, and general customer service inquires. Experience with Tessitura a massive plus. If you are interested please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls.
41 hours ago
With the snow coming down steadily the Athenaeum will be closing at 3 PM today.
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Spring is officially here! Let's forget about the incoming Nor'easter and ask one important question ... have you registered for your spring classes and workshops yet? Before you head off on spring break in sunnier climes, grab a seat in Intermediate and Advanced Figure Painting Techniques (http://bit.ly/2FVeATc), Color Woodcut (http://bit.ly/2oYSEQA), or Empowering the Painter (http://bit.ly/2FX2IAa).
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The new Philadelphia Historical Burial Places Map launched! The Philadelphia Archaeological Forum has created an extensive geographical database (GIS) that currently includes more than 200 historic burial places in Philadelphia. In addition to being useful to historians, archaeologists, and other researchers, consulting the database of known cemeteries and private family plots will become a starting point in the process of due diligence of both developers and the city of Philadelphia when considering new projects. You can explore the map on their new site, here: http://www.phillyarchaeology.net/paf-activities/burial-places-forum/historic-philadelphia-burial-places-map/
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Oenophiles can show off their expertise at Wine Quizzo at Vintage Wine Bar (129 S. 13th Street).
Start with dinner at Walnut Street Café (2929 Walnut Street) during a recreation of La Dive, a natural wine fest in France’s Loire Valley, then head to the after-party at Good King Tavern (614 S. 7th Street) for more wine, plus oysters and crepes. Amada/Facebook AmadaThis article has 12 other Philadelphia locations (Show)
Philly Wine Week starts with Opening Corks, a 21-plus party at the 23rd Street Armory (22 S. 23rd Street) with more wine to sample than anyone should probably drink in one evening. It’s $48 to get in and kicks off at 6 p.m. VIPs ($90) get in an hour earlier.
...everyone Pennsylvania makes a lot of wine with this dinner at High Street on Market (308 Market Street). The four-course meal will be paired with local wines from Galen Glen, Nimble Hill...
...t usually get to taste at the Opening of the Osteria Cellar. Sommeliers at Osteria (640 N. Broad Street) will be pouring a flight of “prestigious bottles” to go with Jeff Michaud’s food...
Upstairs in the Loft at Aimee Olexy and Stephen Starr’s The Love (130 S. 18th Street), a five-course, seasonal, locally sourced dinner with wine pairings is being served for just 20 diners, for $150 a head.
American Sardine Bar (1800 Federal Street) kicks off patio season with the outdoor Wine Week BBQ. The wines will all be from Pennsylvania and there are fire pits to fend off the cold — plus the upstairs bar will be open if it’s really cold.
Kensington Quarters (1310 Frankford Avenue) wine director Tim Kweeder heads to Cake Life Bake Shop for a wine/pastry mash-up. It’s $55 for five pastries, in a mix of savory and sweet, and five wines.
...Club 16 in North Carolina, and Terence Feury, formerly of Fork and now at Forty 1 North in Rhode Island, will be cooking. Royal Boucherie [official photo] Royal Boucherie
In Old City, Nick Elmi’s Royal Boucherie (52 S. 2nd Street) is putting the focus on women of wine with Les Femmes du Vin, a tasting...
Jet Wine Bar (1525 South Street) will be pouring black wines — plus green, orange, pink, and other hues — during Rainbow Wine Night. Owner Jill Weber is a wine expert, as are her bartenders.
Start with dinner at Walnut Street Café (2929 Walnut Street) during a recreation of La Dive, a natural wine fest in France’s Loire Valley, then head to the after-party at Good King Tavern (614 S. 7th Street) for more wine, plus oysters and crepes. Amada/Facebook Amada
Jose Garces’ Amada (217 Chestnut Street) is spending all of Philly Wine Week highlighting a different region of Spain with flights, specials, and glasses not usually available at the restaurant. On March 29, the focus is on the wines of Rioja.
Rosé All Day: Finish PWW 2018 With a Big Pink Bang is on from noon to 10 p.m. at Panorama (14 N. Front Street). Rosés will be half off.
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Fredericks was riding in the bike lane at 11th and Spruce streets on Nov. 28, 2017, when a driver slammed his trash truck into her while...
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