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Rock, Paper, and Isaiah Zagar at Philadelphia's Magic Gardens

You’ve seen his mosaic murals throughout the city and you may have glanced over his impressive 300-word biography in a brochure, but what’s the story behind the mosaic man? 

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Philadelphia Music Group Bells Bells Bells talks with Philly2Philly

If you were to ask ten prog-rock acts what prog-rock means, they’d probably give you ten unique answers. So, with that in mind, I’m having trouble figuring out how to describe the sound of local (progressive rock) outfit Bells Bells Bells.

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Pabst Blue Ribbon Art Contest--Submit your own creation

Beer drinkers and artists recently united to pay homage to the elixir in the silver, red and blue can.

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The Hop Stops: Manny Brown's, Tattooed Mom & Brauhaus Schmitz

South Street is loaded with good bars to pop into. Head further West on South and you’ll find a few more away from the water. This week, the Hop Stops takes a look at three of Philadelphia’s watering holes. Manny Brown's 512 South Street (215) 627-7427

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Lombard South: Local Punk Rock

Having gone through some radical changes over the last couple years, Lombard South’s  once-emo pop jig has been ditched for a more straight punk sound, reminiscent of bands like The Bouncing Souls  and Pennywise.

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The Hop Stops: Dark Horse Pub, Mako's Bar & Grill, Copabanana

South Street may be one of the tourist traps for those visiting the City of Brotherly Love, but it's also loaded with some pretty cool shops, restaurants and watering holes for those who've come to know and love the city. This week the Hop Stops takes you to just a few of the places you can stumble into on South and you're guaranteed a good time, if not some interesting people watching. Dark Horse Pub

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Ten Stone: Simple Gastro-Pub with a Philly Twist

There is truly something to be said for the American gastro-pub. They are reliable, entertaining, and you can find at least one good one in every urban neighborhood. Your typical gastro-pub has a handful of staple menu items and then the specialties they create with a unique twist. What do you expect from a gastro-pub?

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Pumpkin Restaurant Review

Tucked away on the corner of 17th and South Streets is the quaint little Pumpkin Restaurant, a pleasant eatery that embraces the autumn season with a menu that’s rich with the colors and flavors of the fall season. Before going, you should make sure of two important things: bring cash. A decent amount.

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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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Lovash

Mention or bring in this article and receive a discount at Lovash: Buy two entrees, get the second half off; or buy three entrees and receive a fourth for free.

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