3 min ago

Population growth slowed in most cities of mo...

Population growth slowed in most cities of more than a million people, except San Antonio and Philadelphia.

    Quest for Affordable Housing Drives People Away From the Coasts
    The high cost of housing seemed to sap Americans' taste for coastal cities last year as cities in Texas and Arizona gained more population than New York City or Los Angeles for the first time in a decade, according to census population estimates released today.
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3 hours ago

awwwShucks! Next beer is a witbier beer with ...

awwwShucks! Next beer is a witbier beer with English spring peas and mint

    Bar Hygge
    awwwShucks! Next beer is a witbier beer with English spring peas and mint
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4 hours ago

Getting ready for the holiday weekend with a ...

Getting ready for the holiday weekend with a nice little surprise for you tomorrow. Keep your eyes peeled! 👀️

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    Getting ready for the holiday weekend with a nice little surprise for you tomorrow. Keep your eyes peeled! 👀️
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6 hours ago

Center City District shared Econsult Solution...

    Pulse art installation coming (finally) to Dilworth Park
    A long-awaited art piece is finally coming to Dilworth Park, bringing a surge of color to the popular-and currently very grey-Center City common space. In July, the first part of the installation, called "Pulse," will cast a green misty line across the park, mirroring (in real time) the green line SEPTA trolley underground, according to PhillyVoice.
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6 hours ago

“Along with recipes for distilling wine and m...

“Along with recipes for distilling wine and making black hair dye, the manuscript contains instructions for conjuring up a basilisk — the mythical serpent that played a memorable role in one of J.K. Rowling’s best-selling books.” http://bit.ly/2GdnBGo

    Scans reveal secrets of medieval 'Harry Potter' book and medical texts at Penn
    The slim volume bound in animal skin represented the best the field of medicine had to offer 500 years ago: a compilation of remedies made from such ingredients as rabbit bones, ox tongue, and chicory. Yet at some point before the manuscript reached its current resting place, a library shelf at the University of Pennsylvania, an unknown liquid was spilled on its carefully lettered pages.
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7 hours ago

The Franklin Institute was live.

We are soaking up the late spring sun in Philadelphia with our rooftop EarthCam. http://bit.ly/2EnwVuA

    The Franklin Institute
    We are soaking up the late spring sun in Philadelphia with our rooftop EarthCam. http://bit.ly/2EnwVuA
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7 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Fran Lightman Gibson: Sun on the Pass
    Sun on the Pass, oil on canvas painting by Collective Member Fran Lightman Gibson. From her solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 12" x W 12"
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7 hours ago

Just two weeks till The Decemberists return t...

Just two weeks till The Decemberists return to the Mann on the Main Stage with special guests M. Ward 🎶

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    Just two weeks till The Decemberists return to the Mann on the Main Stage with special guests M. Ward 🎶
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8 hours ago

“We want to keep its feel of authenticity … t...

“We want to keep its feel of authenticity … that feel of it representing people from all over the city, and infuse that into the programming." – via PlanPhilly

    In Common: Finding a new LOVE
    It's 8 a.m. on a bright, breezy Tuesday, and LOVE Park is waking up. At this hour, most of the park is shaded, the green granite is cool, the grass is dewy, and a maintenance worker is unlocking new red cafe tables and chairs, secured together overnight.
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8 hours ago

Use Txt2Give NOW to provide free tickets to f...

Use Txt2Give NOW to provide free tickets to families in need to attend Kidchella Music Festival. We are halfway to our goal of $5,000 - with your help we can meet our goal! To Donate: Text GIVE to 215-883-8984 before 3pm TODAY!

    Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse
    Use Txt2Give NOW to provide free tickets to families in need to attend Kidchella Music Festival. We are halfway to our goal of $5,000 - with your help we can meet our goal! To Donate: Text GIVE to...
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10 hours ago

Shown here as an infrared image, the Helix Ne...

Shown here as an infrared image, the Helix Nebula, located approximately 700 light years from Earth, is known for its stunning resemblance to a human eye. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2qSuAAL IMAGE: Comets Kick up Dust in Helix Nebula | 2007 | NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The Franklin Institute
    Shown here as an infrared image, the Helix Nebula, located approximately 700 light years from Earth, is known for its stunning resemblance to a human eye. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2qSuAAL IMAGE:...
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11 hours ago

From a new park within a park to a place to e...

From a new park within a park to a place to explore Fairmount Park among the trees, there are plenty of new spots to check out this summer in Phillys parks!

    7 new places to explore in Philadelphia parks this summer
    by Melissa Romero on May 24, 2018 Here, we've mapped many of the exciting new spots to check out this summer in Philly's parks. For even more ideas of fun things to do in Philly's parks this summer with the Conservancy, click here. 16th St. and John F. Kennedy Blvd.
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11 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Jack Ramsdale: It Arrives, and It Disappears
    It Arrives, and It Disappears, giclee archival print on photo rag paper by Collective Member Jack Ramsdale. From his solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Photograph will ship at end of exhibition. H 19.5" x W 27.5"
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11 hours ago

Benjamin Franklin may have signed the Declara...

Benjamin Franklin may have signed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, but he was never the hero of his own video game - until now. Collect all the keys and challenge your friends with our new 8-bit game, ‘The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin.’ http://bit.ly/8bitben This game is presented alongside “Game Masters: The Exhibition,” open at The Franklin Institute now through September 3, 2018. http://bit.ly/1VqWo8O

    The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin
    To coincide with the new special exhibition , The Franklin Institute has launched "The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin," a custom-developed retro 8-bit-style game in which Ben Franklin races to collect lightning, climb Independence Hall, and more. The game was designed by the in-house digital team at The Franklin Institute GameMaker Studio 2.
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11 hours ago

Tacos in Philly: The Ultimate Guide

...Even better, their fish is sustainably sourced according to Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch guidelines. 1901 Callowhill Street

This article has 27 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

Our 2017 Best of Philly winner is the only spot in the city serving up tacos de canasta — tacos that are pre-assembled in a basket, often with a layer of onion and sprinkling of chili oil in between — and allowed to steam, then served with salsas. 1030 South 8th Street

This just-south-of-Washington spot serves up some of the Philly restaurant industry’s favorite tacos. No wonder — they’re perfect for a late-night pit stop, with service till 4 a.m. 1104 South 9th Street

Yes, the place has a dedicated following based on the authentic mole and enchiladas (generally covered in mole). But if you’re looking for tacos, this simple beef-and-cheese option is kind of like a Mexican cheesesteak. 1144 South 9th Street

Simple, classic and exactly what you want in a neighborhood taqueria. Plus, it’s a South Philly Mexican BYOB with occasional wandering mariachis, so how can you beat that? 908 Washington Avenue

There’s always a line at this truck, which posts up near 10th Street and Washington Avenue. Be sure to ask for your taco classic style for the traditional toppings of cilantro...

...unless the Americanized option with sour cream, cheese, lettuce, and tomato is more your thing). 1000 Washington Avenue

Choose from a range of taco options here, from straightforward favorites like tilapia and shrimp to chicken bacon ranch. There’s even a Tex Mex section of the taco menu, serving up fillings in flour tortillas with gringo-friendly toppings like guac, lettuce, and cheese. 1225 Fitzwater Street

La Virgen’s slate of masa-based delicacies is expansive, with sopas, huaraches, tlacoyos, and more on the menu. But the fried tacos are our favorite. And they will be yours, too. 1839 South 8th Street

Yes, they do some very authentic Mexican food (a long list of tacos included). But the cool thing about Tamalex is that it also offers Honduran food, and a couple different versions of chilaquiles on their breakfast menu. 1163 South 7th Street

Typically, we’d avoid recommending the American-style tacos rancheros section of the menu, with its sour cream and cheese toppings, but their huitlacoche taco — a prized fungus that sometimes grows on ears of corn — is too good to pass up. 951 Wolf Street

This is a two-person operation — just Raquel and Roman. But the two of them manage to supply everyone who comes with guisados del dia (stews of the day, a rarity in Philly). For a slight upcharge, they’ll make your tortillas fresh. 1629 South 7th Street

Simple and straightforward street-style tacos on a menu already full of sopes, huaraches and excellent spicy shrimp burritos. 1138 South 13th Street

This Pistola’s brings its tweaked taco recipes to South Philly. Try the catfish po’boy taco served with crispy white cabbage, pico de gallo, chipotle aioli and cilantro, for a taste of Mexico via New Orleans. 1934 East Passyunk Avenue

When you’re west of Broad and craving tacos, this is the spot for classic tacos and variations like tacos gringas and tacos del sol — flour tortillas stuffed with melted cheese over slices of skirt steak. 1801 South Chadwick Street

This place does great empanadas and big plates of nachos, but in terms of tacos, they’ve got a big list the covers everything from vegan beef to goat. 1651 East Passyunk Avenue

The first floor of this Garces mainstay has recently been remade as a taqueria, offering tacos in nine different varieties, from the traditional to the Americanized (like the Gringo, which is just plain old ground beef). 3945 Chestnut Street

Each tortilla-swaddled stack of rich, shredded duck meat gets topped with a perfectly poppable (and Instagrammable) fried egg. 2013 Chestnut Street

This light-filled upstairs joint from Oyster House owner Sam Mink puts a contemporary polish on favorite Mexican dishes. To go all out, try the tasting menu, which comes with three tacos, salsas, ceviche, empanadas, and tres leches cake, all for $35. 1516 Sansom Street

Score a trio of Revolution’s uniquely flavored tacos at their brick and mortar spot near 20th and Walnut Streets or follow them on Twitter to find out where their truck is popping up across the city. 2015 Walnut Street

...a chipotle cabbage slaw — which flies in the face of tradition in a delicious way. 120 South 15th Street

Come here any day for the awesome (and filling) chorizo and potato tacos. But the best possible use of Twitter in Philly remains following @locopeztacos to find out when the dollar taco nights are on. 2401 East Norris Street

The star of this glorified Fishtown taco stand’s menu is the fried octopus taco, topped with tomato jam, chimichurri sauce, and queso fresco. But everything else on the menu is almost as good, just as messy and just as ideal for last-call taco bingeing. 1431 Frankford Avenue

This spot on North 2nd Street serves up flavorful tacos for sure (particularly the shredded chicken), but the stellar ingredient here is definitely the salsa. 1356 North 2nd Street

This northern outpost of the Cantina Los Cabalitos family has more than a hundred kinds of tequila behind the bar, Mexican poutine on the menu, a kale caesar (if that’s your jam) and a whole taqueria portion of their menu offering tacos, bowls and burritos. 931 North 2nd Street

With five kinds of breakfast tacos and a list of regular tacos as long as your arm, this is THE place to check out when you’re looking for a taco in Fishtown. And maybe the only place if you’re looking for tacos de cabeza. 1301 North 5th Street

The tilapia in La Calaca’s fish tacos get their crisp thanks to a plantain crust and a hop in the fryer. Then they’re topped with cabbage, avocado and a lemon vinaigrette. 2321 Fairmount Avenue

...relative rarities like lengua, tripe, birria, cecina and suadera (shredded, salted and steamed beef, respectively). 2600 Federal Street, Camden

    Tacos in Philly: The Ultimate Guide
    From Kensington to deep south Philly, our list of the best places to sate your taco craving. Look, I do not have to convince you to eat tacos. No one has to be convinced to eat tacos.
    https://www.phillymag.com

11 hours ago

CCD Sips kicks off June 6! Be sure to follow ...

CCD Sips kicks off June 6! Be sure to follow the new and official Sips account on Instagram

    Center City District Sips (@ccdsips) * Instagram photos and videos
    291 Followers, 74 Following, 7 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Center City District Sips (@ccdsips)
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13 hours ago

Solo: A Star Wars Story spans six years, whic...

Solo: A Star Wars Story spans six years, which makes it the longest time frame of any Star Wars movie. #FunFact Lucky for us, the Prince Theater screens the movie from now until next Thursday, May 31st. Tickets NOW available: http://filmadelphia.org/events/solo-star-wars/

    Prince Theater
    Solo: A Star Wars Story spans six years, which makes it the longest time frame of any Star Wars movie. #FunFact Lucky for us, the Prince Theater screens the movie from now until next Thursday, May...
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13 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Jeanne O'Shell: The Boy Arcade
    The Boy Arcade, oil on panel painting by Collective Member Jeanne O'Shell. From her solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 8" x W 14"
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24 hours ago

The Spring Gardens Community Garden added 6 n...

Another great Food Truck Community Night! Thank you everyone for coming and hats off to Smokin' Tacos Food Truck & Foolish Waffles for amazing food! We will post details for our June event soon! Stay tuned!

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    The Spring Gardens Community Garden added a new photo.
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25 hours ago

The Franklin Institute was live.

The International Space Station is making its way up the Eastern Seaboard of the United States this evening and will be visible to sky watchers in the Delaware Valley at around 8:42 pm ET (Look for a fast-moving and bright object). https://go.nasa.gov/2KN5SZc Using the orbiting laboratory's High Definition Earth Viewing Camera, we are looking down towards our planet as the station flies overhead. https://go.nasa.gov/2IINMXH Other viewing times for the Eastern United States include: 8:40 p.m. -- Charleston, S.C. 8:41 p.m. -- Savannah, Ga.; Raleigh, N.C. 8:42 p.m. -- Richmond, Va. 8:43 p.m. -- Baltimore, Md.; New York City; Boston, Mass. 8:44 p.m. -- Washington, D.C.

    The Franklin Institute
    The International Space Station is making its way up the Eastern Seaboard of the United States this evening and will be visible to sky watchers in the Delaware Valley at around 8:42 pm ET (Look for a...
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28 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Ruth Wolf: Blue Pond
    Blue Pond, acrylic on canvas painting by Collective Member Ruth Wolf. From her solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 48" x W 96"
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28 hours ago

Happy Wednesday!

Happy Wednesday!

    Bar Hygge
    Happy Wednesday!
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29 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Stephanie Rogers: Whimsy of Spring
    Whimsy of Spring, acrylic on gesso board painting by Collective Member Stephanie Rogers. From her solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 40" x W 40"
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30 hours ago

“The research is important not only for a bet...

“The research is important not only for a better understanding of the role each species of fly plays in the ecosystem at large, but for getting a larger picture of biodiversity and extinction rates.” http://bit.ly/2Ge9OiZ

    'Astounding' survey of fly species suggests we might be underestimating global biodiversity | CBC News
    A University of Calgary entomologist recently participated in a landmark study that revealed just how much we don't know about the number and variety of species that inhabit our planet. John Swann was one of 59 biologists who spent one year collecting flies from a four-hectare patch of cloud forest in Costa Rica.
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31 hours ago

Friends of Bache-Martin shared Bache-Martin H...

Love seeing those Bache-Martin tigers out and about!

    Bache-Martin Home & School Association
    Our 1st and 2nd grade students walked down to the Academy of Natural Sciences today. We are so grateful for our wonderful partnerships and for our students to have access to such amazing museums and...
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32 hours ago

Tickets are flying faster than a Seeker on a ...

Tickets are flying faster than a Seeker on a Firebolt for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ – in Concert on July 26th. Secure yours now!

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    Tickets are flying faster than a Seeker on a Firebolt for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ - in Concert on July 26th. Secure yours now!
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33 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Beginning Oil Painting with Jill A. Rupinski
    Designed for the serious beginner, this workshop covers the materials and basic techniques of oil painting. Learn palette layout, color mixing, methods of paint application, and the selection, handling and clean-up of materials Saturday & Sunday, July 28 & 299 a.m. - 4 p.m. $175 Register by: Sunday, July 22 Jill A.
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33 hours ago

The Mann Center for the Performing Arts share...

Today marks the 49th anniversary of the release of 'TOMMY.' 🎸 Witness the seminal rock opera live at the Mann on June 19 when Roger Daltrey performs The Who's legendary album with members of The Who Band and The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. 🎶

    The Who
    The Who released TOMMY on 23 May, 1969. Here's why it remains such a masterpiece... https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/tommy-a-masterpiece/
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35 hours ago

It's always exciting to welcome new entrepren...

It's always exciting to welcome new entrepreneurs to the Art Museum Area PHL! Congratulations, Lumos Yoga & Barre.

    Fairmount Is Getting a Brand-New Barre and Yoga Studio
    Lumos Yoga & Barre is slated to open in Philadelphia in early June. Unlike some Philly neighborhoods (read: Rittenhouse), Fairmount isn't currently packed to the gills with boutique fitness studios. Personal trainers and group training studios you can find - but when it comes to barre, you don't have a ton of options.
    https://www.phillymag.com

35 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared their...

Now on view "Land, Sea & Sky: James Toogood, Joseph Sweeney & Joe Painter". Reception: Friday, June 1, 5-8pm; Artists' Talk: Sunday, June 10, 2pm. https://ceruleanarts.com/pages/land-sea-sky

    Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio
    May 23 - June 16, 2018 Reception: Friday, June 1, 5-8pm Artists' Talk: Sunday, June 10, 2pm
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35 hours ago

The 4th Annual Philadelphia Phlight Festival ...

The 4th Annual Philadelphia Phlight Festival takes off this weekend with all-day acro workshops and more! #phlarts #acro #phillydance http://ow.ly/mXdP30k8h4K

    The Performance Garage | A Space for Dance
    Our professional dance studio & theater space offer an intimate environment to experience dance. Join us for classes, workshops, rehearsals, and productions!
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37 hours ago

The 27 known moons of Uranus are named mostly...

The 27 known moons of Uranus are named mostly for characters from plays by William Shakespeare including, from left to right, Puck, Miranda, Titania and Oberon. https://go.nasa.gov/2GdjmLn IMAGE: Four moons of Uranus at relative scale (Puck, Miranda, Titania, Oberon) | NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The Franklin Institute
    The 27 known moons of Uranus are named mostly for characters from plays by William Shakespeare including, from left to right, Puck, Miranda, Titania and Oberon. https://go.nasa.gov/2GdjmLn IMAGE:...
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37 hours ago

Smith will close today at 12pm to prepare for...

Smith will close today at 12pm to prepare for our annual fundraiser, Party in the Playground. Haven't bought tickets yet? No problem! Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. Come enjoy a beautiful night and support Smith!

    Party in the Playground 2018
    Please join us on Wednesday, May 23rd for an adults-only celebration to enjoy food from popular food trucks, cocktails, entertainment, a silent auction, and the presentation of the 2018 Ida Newman Magic of Play Award to two extraordinary champions of play Betsy Caesar and Rob Einhorn.
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37 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Collage Workshop with Anthony Ciambella
    Develop rich and complex imagery through the art of collage. Learn to combine a wide variety of materials including your own photographs, colored papers, book/magazine cut-outs, and fabric swatches using appropriate adhesives. Includes tips on creating interesting compositions and a history of the medium. Bring your ideas - and your scissors!
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2 days ago

“The species hails from a time in the Cretace...

“The species hails from a time in the Cretaceous period, between 100 and 66 million years ago, when birds were in the process of losing many of the traits inherited from their dinosaur forebears and evolving into the winged, feathered creatures we know today.” http://bit.ly/2GdjSbS

    Dinosaur-Era Bird Found With Shockingly Intact Skull
    A delicate but remarkably well-preserved fossil skull is providing new clues to how birds evolved from their dinosaur ancestors. The first known fossil of the ancient bird Ichthyornis was unearthed in 1870 in Kansas, under the direction of legendary fossil-hunter Othniel Charles Marsh.
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2 days ago

Thanks to all who showed their love for Phill...

Thanks to all who showed their love for Philly parks during Love Your Park Week! ❤️🌳🌷

    Photos from Love Your Park Week 2018 in Philly parks
    It might have been one of the rainiest Love Your Park Weeks to date, but that didn't stop Park Friends Groups from showing love for their neighborhood parks this year! Relive the love for Philly parks via these 10 great #loveyourpark photos shared on Twitter and Instagram.
    https://myphillypark.org

2 days ago

Here are today's cheapest rentals in Spring Garden, Philadelphia

Listed at $1,095/month, this 800-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom, located at 1619 Mount Vernon St., is 30.7 percent less than the $1,581/month median rent for a one bedroom in Spring Garden.

This one-bedroom, one-bathroom abode, situated at 540 N. 19th St., is listed for $1,300/month.

Then there's this 1,000-square-foot apartment with one bedroom and one-and-a-half bathrooms at 1701 Green St., listed at $1,495/month.

Listed at $1,513/month, this 800-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is located at 1427 Melon St.

    Here are today's cheapest rentals in Spring Garden, Philadelphia
    According to rental site Zumper, median rents for a one bedroom in Spring Garden are hovering around $1,581, compared to a $1,495 one-bedroom median for Philadelphia as a whole. So how does the low-end pricing on a Spring Garden rental look these days--and what might you get for your money?
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2 days ago

The Barnes Foundation added 40 new photos.

Congratulations to new graduates all over who celebrated important milestones in the past few days! Here at the Barnes, we also celebrated the accomplishments of our art and horticulture students––say hello to the 2018 graduates of two rigorous, multi-year programs: the Barnes-de Mazia Certificate Program and the Barnes Horticulture Certificate Program! Over the past two to three years, these dedicated students completed rigorous coursework in the galleries on the Parkway and at the arboretum in Merion. No art or horticulture background is required––just a passion for learning and pursuing their own professional and personal growth. Our new grads were joined by family and friends at a festive reception in our Garden Restaurant. Enrollment for fall classes opens in July. Need-based scholarships available for art classes. Sign up for emails on Barnes classes to stay on top of registration dates: http://bit.ly/Curate-inbox

    The Barnes Foundation
    Congratulations to new graduates all over who celebrated important milestones in the past few days! Here at the Barnes, we also celebrated the accomplishments of our art and horticulture...
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2 days ago

“What matters is the making.” — #JeanRenoir ...

“What matters is the making.” — #JeanRenoir Our new show Renoir: Father and Son/Painting and Cinema traces creative connections between filmmaker Jean Renoir and his father, the great impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir. In his approach to the emerging art form of cinema, Jean was heavily influenced by his father’s work and process, including finding joy and purpose in the act of creating vs. focusing on the end result. 🎬 How has a father figure in your life influenced your career? Share your photos of the show using #dadandme

    The Barnes Foundation
    "What matters is the making." - #JeanRenoir Our new show Renoir: Father and Son/Painting and Cinema traces creative connections between filmmaker Jean Renoir and his father, the great impressionist...
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2 days ago

There's nothing like watching the fireworks o...

There's nothing like watching the fireworks on the lawn after a beautiful performance at the Mann 🎆Our Tchaikovsky Spectacular with fireworks will open our 2018 summer season with The Philadelphia Orchestra on July 17th.

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    There's nothing like watching the fireworks on the lawn after a beautiful performance at the Mann 🎆Our Tchaikovsky Spectacular with fireworks will open our 2018 summer season with The Philadelphia...
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2 days ago

Congratulations, graduates! The Barnes Founda...

Congratulations, graduates! The Barnes Foundation salutes our 2017-2018 Horticulture Certificate program grads. This dedicated group attended their courses for a full day each week for three years, learning a comprehensive approach to horticultural science, methods, and design. Here’s to cultivating your passion for life! Learn more about our horticulture classes at https://www.barnesfoundation.org/classes/horticulture.

    The Barnes Foundation
    Congratulations, graduates! The Barnes Foundation salutes our 2017-2018 Horticulture Certificate program grads. This dedicated group attended their courses for a full day each week for three years,...
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2 days ago

Mashiul Chowdhury's summer session is now ful...

Mashiul Chowdhury's summer session is now full but we have a great lineup of other workshops available: https://ceruleanarts.com/pages/studio

    The Urban Landscape with Mashiul Chowdhury Summer Session
    Capture the mood and abstract nature of the urban landscape using oil paint and charcoal from photo references. Use drawing to build structure and form in combination with paint to create interesting textures and atmosphere. Some gesture drawing of the figure will be mixed in to the painting experience.
    https://ceruleanarts.com

2 days ago

Before becoming an officer in the #Rebellion,...

Before becoming an officer in the #Rebellion, #HanSolo was a Lieutenant at the Imperial Academy. Only 2 days until #Solo: A Star Wars Story premieres at the Prince Theater!

    Prince Theater
    Before becoming an officer in the #Rebellion, #HanSolo was a Lieutenant at the Imperial Academy. Only 2 days until #Solo: A Star Wars Story premieres at the Prince Theater!
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2 days ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Egg Tempera Painting with Anthony Ciambella
    Artists from Ancient Egypt through Medieval Europe to American Masters such as Reginald Marsh, George Tooker and Andrew Wyeth have used egg tempera - the technique of mixing dry pigments with egg yolk - to create paintings with intricate detail and luminous, jewel-like color. Learn all aspects of the medium including layered and direct painting methods.
    https://ceruleanarts.com

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