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Happy Father's Day! It's also National Eat Yo...

Happy Father's Day! It's also National Eat Your Vegetables Day...likely not a coincidence. All this month, Just Salad and Just Salad are donating $1 to us for every Big Gay Garden Salad sold. Thank you, Just Salad! #thanksdad

    William Way LGBT Community Center
    Happy Father's Day! It's also National Eat Your Vegetables Day...likely not a coincidence. All this month, Just Salad and Just Salad are donating $1 to us for every Big Gay Garden Salad sold. Thank...
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12 hours ago

Drive & Donate! Driving equality forward mean...

Drive & Donate! Driving equality forward means we don’t go it alone. For every hour you reserve a Pride-branded Zipcar, $1 will be donated to local LGBT charities (including us!). Because the journey doesn’t stop when Pride is over. To make a reservation or learn more: www.zipcar.com/pride2018?utm_source=fb&utm_medium=social_local&utm_campaign=phi_con_williamwaypride2018_06/05/2018.

    William Way LGBT Community Center
    Drive & Donate! Driving equality forward means we don't go it alone. For every hour you reserve a Pride-branded Zipcar, $1 will be donated to local LGBT charities (including us!). Because the journey...
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21 hours ago

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The Engaging Males of Color (EMOC) initiative...

The Engaging Males of Color (EMOC) initiative of DBHIDS will be holding our next storytelling event, Beyond Expectations, next week Thursday, June 21, from 6:30-8:30pm at Congreso Pan American Academy Charter School. The theme of this upcoming event is men telling their personal, compelling stories of navigating the opioid epidemic. We know that this issue has gripped national headlines, but most importantly, we need to hear from those who have overcome and who are moving from these challenges, through resiliency and self-determination, to lead healthier lives. Below is the online link where folks can register and I have also attached the flyer. Please feel free to forward on to your colleagues and networks. https://my.firstpersonarts.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=56494 I hope to see you and your folks on June 21! Best, Gabe Gabriel Bryant Youth Initiatives Specialist Engaging Males of Color Coordinator Community-Based Services Development Unit Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services 1101 Market Street 7th Floor, Aramark Tower Philadelphia, PA 19107 Office: 215-685-4726; Cell: 215-847-6731 Fax: 215-685-4977 www.dbhids.org Facebook: DBHIDS; Twitter: @DBHIDS

    Philly's 7th Ward
    The Engaging Males of Color (EMOC) initiative of DBHIDS will be holding our next storytelling event, Beyond Expectations, next week Thursday, June 21, from 6:30-8:30pm at Congreso Pan American...
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45 hours ago

  • Building a Love of Reading - Part 3

    Ms. Marks is asking for $1126.45:
    My students need books to supplement the Blueprint for Literacy curriculum which helps to build literacy skills and a lifelong love of reading.
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2 days ago

Your Guide to Wawa Welcome America's Free Museums

525 Arch St., Philadelphia

15 S. 7th St., Philadelphia

701 Arch St., Philadelphia

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2027 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia

116 S. 3rd St., Philadelphia

1901 Vine St., Philadelphia

2008 Delancey Pl., Philadelphia

118-128 N. Broad St., Philadelphia

1650 Market St., Philadelphia

2025 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., Philadelphia

19 S. 22nd St., Philadelphia

321 Chestnut St., Philadelphia

2151 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., Philadelphia

    Your Guide to Wawa Welcome America's Free Museums
    Although the fireworks and live performances gather the large crowds, there's another part of the Wawa Welcome America Festival that many look forward to every year: Free museums! Museums across Philadelphia provide free access on certain days of the festival -- one of the most unique aspects of the week-long Independence Day celebration.
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2 days ago

William Way LGBT Community Center updated the...

    William Way LGBT Community Center
    William Way LGBT Community Center updated their cover photo.
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2 days ago

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On Thursday, June 14, 2018, at 4:00 pm, demon...

On Thursday, June 14, 2018, at 4:00 pm, demonstrators plan to gather at 114 N. 8th St. for a rally to protest immigration policies. The Commanding Officer Central Police Division and the Commanding Officers of the 6th & Center City Police Districts have been notified of this event

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3 days ago

National Archives at Philadelphia added 4 new...

Happy Flag Day! Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened on June 14, 1777, by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. This pamphlet provided instructions on how to properly display and respect the United States’ flag. Printed in 1968 by the United States Printing Office, the pamphlet was issued by the United States Navy Recruiting Service. #FlagDay #StarsAndStripes #OldGlory Citation: Our Flag; American Flag, History & Display; 30; Navy Yards, Philadelphia Navy Yard, Public Relations; RG 181 Naval Districts and Shore Establishments; National Archives at Philadelphia (NAID: 279176) and (HMS ID: PH-6334).

    National Archives at Philadelphia
    National Archives at Philadelphia added a new photo.
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4 days ago

Juneteenth Celebration Returns To Historic Germantown With Major Street Fest This Saturday

Those traveling from Center City can catch the SEPTA 23 bus at 11th and Market streets to be dropped off at Germantown Avenue and Washington Lane.

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The fest takes over the 6300 block of Germantown Avenue in Germantown.

A historical presentation of “Germantown Mennonites and the Anti-Slavery Movement” takes place at the Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust, 6133 Germantown Avenue.

Those traveling from Center City can catch the SEPTA 23 bus at 11th and Market streets to be dropped off at Germantown Avenue and Washington Lane.

    Celebrate Juneteenth At Germantown's Big Street Fest This Saturday
    Historic Germantown marks Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the U.S., during its Philadelphia Juneteenth Festival this Saturday, June 16. Now in its 12th year, this annual, free festival in Northwest Philly features a day of entertainment and educational activities on Germantown Avenue, including a children's village, a cultural marketplace, historic reenactments, guided historic tours and much more.
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4 days ago

‘Collective Conscious’: The art of camaraderie

The African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch St.

    "Collective Conscious": The art of camaraderie
    "Collective Conscious: The Art of Social Change" June 2 - Aug. 26 The African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch St. $14 for adults; $10 for students, seniors, and youth aged 4-12 A well-built wooden chair sits in one of the main galleries of the African American Museum in Philadelphia's new group show, " Collective Conscious: The Art of Social Change."
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4 days ago

John Jarboe and The Bearded Ladies return to ...

John Jarboe and The Bearded Ladies return to the Wilma on June 20th in this Mr. Rogers-inspired cabaret.

    Inspired by Mr. Rogers: Bearded Ladies' latest queer cabaret promises it won't mock Fred
    Fred Rogers is having a moment. The creator of PBS's Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, who died in 2003, is the subject of the buzzed-about documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor?, the in-the-works biopic You Are My Friend starring Tom Hanks, and You Can Never Go Down the Drain, a new performance at the Wilma Theater.
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4 days ago

Philadelphia FIGHT added 6 new photos — at Pe...

There’s still time to join us at the End AIDS: HIV Prevention & Outreach Summit We’re going to be here until 5!! #endAIDS2018

    Philadelphia FIGHT
    Philadelphia FIGHT added a new photo - at Pennsylvania Convention Center - Philadelphia, PA (Philly).
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4 days ago

Philly dining with view | Let's Eat

Porta, 1216 Chestnut St.

Love the name (“bubble” for bubble tea, “fish” for sushi), love the restaurant (Bubblefish, 909 Arch St.). This sleek, industrial-looking bistro, which opened 2½ years ago in Chinatown, delivers not only...

The Kettle Black (631 N. Second St.) in Northern Liberties makes its standard croissants with Amish butter and has an airy vegan version that has seriously whirling layers inside. The French-owned J’Aime in the Gayborhood (212 S. 12th St.) is also legit.

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Attico, a restaurant-lounge, is coming together on the roof of the new Cambria Hotel (219 S. Broad St., across from the Bellevue) for a mid-July official opening. Although buildings block the actual...

Approaching its fourth anniversary, Rittenhouse’s Abe Fisher (1623 Sansom St.) shows no sign of growing stale with its modern-Ashkenazi theme. Chef Yehuda Sichel keeps...

Thursday, June 14, is the projected opening of a second location for this nutrition-forward bowl specialist at 1700 Market St. It will be open from breakfast through dinner weekdays.

Coffee shop comes to the Bok Building from Adam Gery, a longtime manager and barista at Last Drop Coffeehouse, and architect Whitney Joslin. Its entrance is at 821 Dudley St.

My top pick is still Hungry Pigeon (743 S. Fourth St.) in Queen Village where Pat O’Malley, who used to run the pastry production for...

Melissa Weller at Walnut Street Café (2929 Walnut St.), who made her name in New York at Rebelle, uses a sourdough starter and Beurre...

One of my new go-to KAs is the cardamom-sugared lovely at Suraya (1528 Frankford Ave.), the gorgeous Lebanese café-market, bakery, and restaurant in Fishtown, which right now is making some of the city’s most beautiful pastries — French, but with a Levantine twist.

ICI Macarons & Café (230 Arch St.) in Old City is a hidden gem — they do fine croissants, as well as some excellent KAs.

...either. Try them at Ardmore’s Delice et Chocolat on your way to the train (9 E. Lancaster Ave.) or at the Buttery in Malvern (233 E King St.), where the pains aux chocolat...

    Philly dining with view | Let's Eat
    Philly's dining-with-a-view scene will be expanding by two in coming weeks. I rode the elevators for the details. Also this week, I share word of a pan-Asian standout in Chinatown, return to a Rittenhouse favorite, and tip you to what might be Philly's most decorated burger. Craig LaBan, meanwhile, shares his favorite croissants.
    http://www.philly.com

4 days ago

Philadelphia FIGHT is at Pennsylvania Convent...

This AMAZING timeline shows just how much progress we’ve made in the last 37 years! Thank you AIDS Fund !! Come check out everything we’re doing today. We’ll be here until 5pm!

    Philadelphia FIGHT
    This AMAZING timeline shows just how much progress we've made in the last 37 years! Thank you AIDS Fund !! Come check out everything we're doing today. We'll be here until 5pm!
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4 days ago

In honor of National Pigeon Day, we want to h...

In honor of National Pigeon Day, we want to highlight this fascinating story, Unsung Heroes of World War I: The Carrier Pigeons,” from our colleagues in the National Archives History Office. https://prologue.blogs.archives.gov/2018/01/08/unsung-heroes-of-world-war-i-the-carrier-pigeons/

    Unsung heroes of World War I: the carrier pigeons
    Today's post comes from Garet Anderson-Lind from the National Archives History Office. World War I was one of the first great wars during the industrial revolution. From the introduction of airplanes to the use of tanks and railway guns on the battlefield, soldiers had to contend not only with each other but with the productions...
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4 days ago

The Biggest Hotel Openings In Philly In 2018 & Beyond

Where:MainStay Suites/Ascend Hotel Collection, 917 Arch Street

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Where:Cambria Hotel Philadelphia Downtown Center City, 219 S. Broad Street

Where:Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Philadelphia Downtown/Center City, 261 S. 13th Street

Where:Lokal Fishtown, 1421 N. Front Street

Where:Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia, 1 N. 19th Street

Where:W Philadelphia and Element Philadelphia, 15th & Chestnut streets

Where:Pod Philly, 31 S. 19th Street

Where:Hyatt Place Philadelphia Airport, 4521 Island Avenue

Where:Le Méridien Philadelphia, 1421 Arch Street

Where:Renaissance Philadelphia Downtown Hotel, 401 Chestnut Street

Where:Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill Hotel, 1 Dock Street

    The Biggest Hotel Openings In Philly In 2018 & Beyond
    Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia | Image Courtesy Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Check out these new hotels in the City of Brotherly Love... Philadelphia's hotel scene just keeps getting better.
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4 days ago

Mayor Kenney schedule June 13, 2018

Where: Philadelphia Bar Association, 11th Flr. Conference Center, 1101 Market St, Philadelphia, PA.

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Where: 41st & Parkside Ave, Philadelphia, PA.

Where: Vie, 600 N. Broad St, Philadelphia, PA.

Where: 123 E. Luzerne St, Philadelphia, PA.

    Mayor Kenney's Public Schedule for Wednesday
    4:00PM Mayor Kenney to Speak at Take Action Philly Convening The Mayor will deliver remarks to discuss the dangers of proposed policy changes to the "public charge" test. If adopted, this change will force immigrant families to make impossible choices between meeting basic needs and keeping their families together in this country.
    https://us12.campaign-archive.com

4 days ago

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5 days ago

Won't you be our neighbor? Join us at the Wil...

Won't you be our neighbor? Join us at the Wilma this June with The Bearded Ladies for a musical healing ritual You Can Never Go Down The Drain. Begins June 20.

    The Bearded Ladies Cabaret presents You Can Never Go Down The Drain | The Wilma Theater
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5 days ago

Where to Drink Near Philadelphia's New Rail Park

Stop in for the excellent cocktail list, extensive whiskey selection, bar snacks, and laid back atmosphere, and stay for the go-go dancers. (339 N 11th St; 267-239-0290)

This secretive, cash-only Chinatown speakeasy is home to some of the city's best cocktails — but make sure you follow the rules to the letter, or you may not be allowed back. (1029 Race Street)

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On Thursday, June 14, the former Reading Railroad Viaduct space at 13th and Noble will become Philadelphia's Rail Park, the city's answer to New York's High...

Prohibition Taproom Though Prohibition Taproom is best known for its craft beer menu, don't overlook its cocktail program or its seasonal food menu. (501 N 13th St; 215-238-1818) 

Love City Brewing A new addition to Spring Garden's brewery scene, Love City Brewing is housed in a former rail parts factory, serving their signature brews alongside other local beers, bar snacks, and a rotating list of food trucks. (1023 Hamilton St; 215-398-1900)

This Chambersburg brewery's barrel house, decorated with murals from local artists, offers a full selection of Roy Pitz's beers as well as a full food menu. (990 Spring Garden St; 215-992-6792)

W/N W/N Coffee Bar This cozy cafe serves coffee during the afternoon but stays open late, hosting special events (including pop-ups from Pizza Gutt) and offering a full menu of beer, wine, and cocktails. (931 Spring Garden St)

    Where to Drink Near Philadelphia's New Rail Park
    On Thursday, June 14, the former Reading Railroad Viaduct space at 13th and Noble will become Philadelphia's Rail Park, the city's answer to New York's High Line Park.
    https://philly.thedrinknation.com

5 days ago

There's a new restaurant opening soon at 9th ...

There's a new restaurant opening soon at 9th and Chestnut called Sandler's On 9th. We're pretty stoked for the Train Wreck breakfast sandwich...

    Here's what we know about Sandler's on 9th
    Sandler's on 9th is about to shake up your restaurant opens at 9th and Chestnut in Center City. The brainchild of owner, Paul "Paulie" Sandler, it will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving American comfort cuisine. "This is a location that's 40 years in the making for me.
    https://www.metro.us

5 days ago

Spots are still open for Camp Wilma! Campers ...

Spots are still open for Camp Wilma! Campers as young as 6 can explore living, adventurous art this July through August. Learn more --> https://goo.gl/XCScHB

    The Wilma Theater
    Spots are still open for Camp Wilma! Campers as young as 6 can explore living, adventurous art this July through August. Learn more --> https://goo.gl/XCScHB
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6 days ago

The Wilma Theater added 3 new photos.

Tonight at the Wilma, meet the folks of Philly Thrive and join the fight for a cleaner, healthier, safer Philadelphia at A Breath of Fresh Air: Benefit Concert hosted by Philly Thrive. Artists Brian Ratcliffe, Rachel Camp and Pax Ressler will host an evening with local musicians (including HotHouse Company members Matteo Scammell & Sarah Gliko) singing powerful songs of environmental and social justice.

    The Wilma Theater
    The Wilma Theater added a new photo.
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6 days ago

27 Fantastic Things To Do In Philly This Week, June 11-17

Where:Franklin Square, 200 N. 6th Street

Where:The Rail Park, Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets

Where:The African American Museum, 701 Arch Street

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Where:Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch Street

Where:Various locations including Booker's Restaurant & Bar, 5021 Baltimore Avenue

Where:Blue Cross RiverRink, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Street

Where:Greensgrow Farms, 2501 E. Cumberland Street

Where:Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad Street

Where:The Rail Park, Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets

Where:Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue

Where:Kickoff Party: Love City Brewing, 1023 Hamilton Street; Art for the Cash Poor: 10th Street from Buttonwood Street to Hamilton Street

Where:Various locations including Lloyd Hall, 1 Boathouse Row

Where:Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th Street

Where:Clark Park, 4300-4398 Baltimore Avenue

Where:The Rosenbach, 2008 Delancey Place

Where:Johnson House Historic Site, 6306 Germantown Avenue

Where:The Schmidt's Commons, 1001 N. 2nd Street

Where:Taller Puertorriqueno, 2600 N. 5th Street

Where:Various locations including the Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street

    27 Fantastic Things To Do In Philly This Week, June 11-17
    The Rail Park | Photo courtesy The Rail Park Grand opening of the Rail Park, the Clark Park Music and Arts Festival, Juneteenth Festival in Germantown and so much more... The Besty Ross House and Historic Philadelphia, Inc. fete the American flag for a full week with Flag Fest 2018.
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6 days ago

The White House is currently reviewing a prop...

The White House is currently reviewing a proposal that would change longstanding "public charge" policy.In short, if adopted, this change will force immigrant families to think that they have to make impossible choices between meeting basic needs and keeping their families together in this country. The effects will be devastating for families, communities, and our City. We urge you to join us, and the Philadelphia Bar Association, at Take Action Philly to learn from experts in policy, social services and healthcare about how this change will affect our communities and our City and what actions you can take to help. Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 4 - 6 p.m. Philadelphia Bar Association, 11th Floor Conference Center, 1101 Market St. There is no cost to attend the event. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/public-charge-new-threat-to-immigrant-communities-and-our-city-tickets-46574796470

    Mazzoni Center
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