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Top Things to Do in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is Pennsylvania’s largest city, so it’s no surprise that it’s a popular place to visit throughout the year. Much like other cities, you’ll never get bored on a stay here, and among the bustling commuter districts and busy tourist spots, there are many hidden gems to explore.

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Jay Z brings “Made in America” to Philly, ‘Fergie’ isn’t dead, ‘30 Rock’ plans final season

Jay Z brings “Made in America” to Philly

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The Philadelphia International Festival Of The Arts Inspired By The Kimmel Center Announced Yesterday

If you were wondering why your inbox was full of emails announcing participation in PIFA or the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts or you just want to know what the buzz is about, Philly2Philly.com has the answer. Yesterday, April 7th launched the press campaign for new Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA), which was inspired by the Kimmel Center.

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Launch Party for The City Real and Imagined at the ICA this Wednesday

Most of us, everyday, have some experience of the city – real or imagined. Whether it stems from our encounters at home or work, images shown on TV news, memories of the past, or dreams of the future, we interact with our city in ways that are public and private, singular and communal.

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Featured Haunted House: Terror Behind the Walls at Eastern State Penitentiary

There aren’t too many better backdrops for a haunted house than a former prison. And that may be what makes Terror Behind the Walls so thrilling. For the past few weeks Eastern State Penitentiary, which used to house such criminals as Al Capone, has been transformed into a spooky and starling setting.

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Campus Philly's College Day

This weekend, college students in the city and surrounding areas will be able to access discounts galore from area restaurants, museums and attractions, all thanks to Campus Philly. This local, nonprofit organization fuels community economic growth by encouraging college students to explore and hopefully take up residence in Philly.  

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Art Museum Reveals New Director

Thirteen may be an unlucky number for some, but for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, it’s a strike of gold. The Philadelphia Museum of Art  announced that Timothy Rub will follow the late and well-regarded Anne d’Harnoncourt as the George D. Widener Director and Chief Executive Officer as the museum’s 13th director.

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