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The Last Showing of 'The Odysseus' by Mikael Kennedy stops in Philadelphia

Place a seasoned fine art photographer in a setting that blends Jack Kerouac’s

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Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts' LED-Lit Cube Activated by the Kimmel Center

At about 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 1, there was a sizable gathering of people at the southwest corner of Broad and Spruce. Some had even started to gather at opposite street corners.

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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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Inaugural Green Drinks Philly event this Thursday

According to the Big Green Earth Store at 934 South Street, you don't have to be a superhero to save the planet. Apparently, purchasing eco-friendly products and imbibing cocktails during a Green Drinks event will do.

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Touch Stingrays at the Adventure Aquarium's New Stingray Beach Club

There is something awe-inspiring about aquariums that no matter what age, it’s bound to bring a smile and a dropped jaw. The Adventure Aquarium in Camden, NJ is a prime example. Sharks swim over top of you. Giant sea turtles come right up to the glass. And you can see hippos floating majestically from an under water vantage point.

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Avenue Q Now Playing in Philadelphia

Hands down, Avenue Q if the funniest musical I’ve ever scene. It’s relevant, it’s witty, and it has puppets! Like Sesame Street for adults, this comedy addresses issues we all face when entering the “real world,” like finding love, a job, a purpose…and an apartment.

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Manayunk Bike Race on Sunday June 6

To some it's known as the Manayunk Bike Race, to others it's the day of the TD Bank Philadelphia International Cycling Championship, but to cyclists it's known as "The Wall." At 9 a.m.

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Towel Day is in Memory of Douglas Adams Author of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

As a native to the world described as “Mostly Harmless,” the universe can be a scary place, but follow the immortal words of Douglas Adams, DON’T PANIC! Adams has taught us that whether you are the average earthling, an interstellar author of guides, or the president of the universe, as long as you have your trusty towel, you are ready to handle anything.

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What is Shavuot?

The Jewish Holiday Shavuot (shah-voo-oat) starts at sundown on May 18, 2010.

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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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