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Browsing Month March, 2014

A Weekend on the Parkway

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The Benjamin Franklin Parkway, or simply "the Parkway," is in many ways the cultural heart of Philadelphia. Designed in 1917 to emulate the

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Celebrate the Harvest Season at the Peter Wentz Farmstead

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Looking for some autumnal, harvest-y activities to do with friends or family over the next few weeks? Consider paying a visit to the Peter Wentz Farmstead in Worcester, PA. Each fall, they host a series of weekend festivals. First up is an event that´s part of their Laerenswaert series, this Saturday, September 11th. A German phrase that means

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The Cleopatra Girlfriends Weekend Itinerary

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Strong, shrewd, beautiful and beguiling, Cleopatra, the last Pharaoh to rule Egypt before the completion of the Roman conquest, has been portrayed reverently by historians and Hollywood alike, making her an enduring icon and role model to women. As such, the world debut of Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt at The Franklin Institute, which runs from June 5,

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A Weekend in Historic Philadelphia

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So you´re on vacation. Believe it or not, that doesn´t mean you have to splurge! In Historic Philadelphia, you´ll find plenty of places where prices haven´t changed much since our Founding Fathers were milling about town. And we have put an entire weekend itinerary together for you, a step-by-step guide full of budget-conscious meals, fun stuff

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Free Library Festival

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April 17-18, 2010 The Experience Now in its fourth year, the Free Library Festival is the Library´s annual burst of ideas and inspiration. Well on its way to becoming a Philadelphia tradition, the Festival weekend is packed with free programming for all ages, including talks by bestselling authors, poetry readings, musical performances, tours of the

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Late Renoir Exhibition at the PMA

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Art of the American Soldier

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The Experience More than 15,000 paintings and sketches created by over 1,300 American soldiers in the line of duty have been in curatorial storage in Washington, D.C. for decades. Seldom have them been made available for public viewing. Art of the American Soldier will bring these powerful works of art into the spotlight at the National Constitution Center from

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Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts

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The Experience April 7 through May 1, 2011, the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA) will shine a spotlight on the city´s arts and cultural scene. For three weeks, audiences will revel in an array of one-time, only-in-Philadelphia productions by some of the region´s top

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