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Five Perks of Living in Philadelphia Neighborhoods

Are you currently residing in the City of Brotherly Love? Do you plan to move to Philadelphia for work, school, or to be closer to the family? Where are the top neighborhoods, and why should you want to live in these places?

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'Nutcracker' at Philadelphia's Academy of Music still a treat after all these years

It was opening weekend of the Pennsylvania Ballet in

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Philadelphia Flower Show 2011: Springtime In Paris Is In Full Bloom

Spring has sprung early this year, and what a treat! Springtime in Paris is in full bloom at the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the International Philadelphia Flower Show! I am so excited, as I am so into all things Français right now!

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Philly2Philly.com's Most Eligible Singles for June

It’s June and the birds, flowers, and city dwellers are now out of hibernation in the city. Summer is officially upon us and what could go fabulously well with all of this is some summer lovin! Philly2Philly and I have found two awesome people to spotlight for June to get those summer hormones ragging and maybe score some hot dates for our readers and fans.

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Three Decades of Dining in Philadelphia: A Panel Discussion hosted by The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent

A food-lover’s dream come true Foodies, get your forks ready. The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent is hosting an event that you don’t want to miss. 

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Christmas Funday in Philly: Macy's Christmas Light Show, Dickens Christmas Village & The Nutcracker

The holidays are here and after you’ve spent copious amounts of time eating turkey, ham, seafood, and desserts, as well as shopping, wrapping and opening presents, you probably want to get out of the house. Here’s the perfect opportunity to grab the family and your friends and head into Center City for what I call a Tarlecki family tradition- the Christmas Funday!

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Sweet Escape: Flying Monkey Deuce Patisserie Opens

With our secretive chocolate drawers, pints of ice cream hidden behind frozen vegetables, and sweet fix hit-and-runs of grabbing a fluffy baked good and devouring it before running through the rest of the day, it’s almost impossible to enjoy the sweeter side of life.

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Food For Thought: Basic 4 Vegetarian Café’s Delicious Dishes & Moving Message

The Reading Terminal Market has been the home to Philadelphia’s ever changing palate for well over a century, and chef Alfonsie B. Austin has contributed to the Market’s edible history for almost thirty of those delicious years with her stand, Basic 4 Vegetarian Café. A culinary pioneer, Austin founded Basic 4 in 1981 and became the first African American to open a stand in the Market.

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