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My letter of apology to Sixers CEO Adam Aron

Good afternoon Mr. Aron,

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Guests in High Spirits for Philadelphia Magazine’s Spirits Premiere Party

With Spring just around the corner (it’s technically here) and the Phillies

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Aretha Franklin part of the Top 5 Philadelphia Cultural Events of 2010

One of the advantages to the current economic downturn is that many cultural organizations were forced to really get creative and think outside the box this year. The result: innovative events, versatile programming and interesting collaborations. Here is Philly2Philly.com's Top 5 Culture Events from 2010 (in chronological order). 

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Philly2Philly’s Top Picks for New Year's Eve 2010

With Christmas over, and the worst from the blizzard almost come and gone, New Year’s Eve will be here before we know it! Even with the depressed economy looming, people still want to go out and ring in the new year with friends and loved ones in style. And there are a variety of great options in and around Philly to check out if you are on a tight budget or not. In the city, there are always a plethora of terrific options ranging from grand, large scale events to fun dance club parties to family friendly outings.

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We the People Love Constitution Day at the National Constitution Center

Celebrating our country’s founding document

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Ancient Rome and America Exhibition Looks at Ancient Rome through American Eyes at the National Constitution Center

You've heard the expression, "when in Rome, do as the Romans do," but what if we do as the Romans do when we're in Philadelphia, PA?

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Earth Day Celebrates 40 Green Years in Philadelphia

The year 1970 kicked off a decade dedicated to promoting peace and love, and was host to the our very first Earth Day on April 22.

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HBO and Comcast host premiere screening of The Pacific at National Constitution Center

Executive Producers Steven Speilberg  and Tom Hanks  have unveiled a project four years in the making.

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Shakespeare in Philadelphia: The Arden’s Romeo and Juliet Introduces a Season of the Bard

Four hundred years after his death, William Shakespeare remains the world’s most produced playwright. For evidence of his enduring popularity look no further than the region’s stages: there are at least five productions of the Bard’s plays in the Philadelphia area this weekend alone and more than a dozen more being staged in the next few months.

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