Hunger Games Supports the Food Bank of South Jersey (Photo:PhillyBite, Amanda P)

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Hunger Games Supports the Food Bank of South Jersey Philadelphia, PA - On April 24th at 6 pm, the Food Bank of South Jersey which provides food for people in need by delivering essential health and wellness programs as well as sustainable solutions helping local residents to improve their lives, http://www.foodbanksj.org will be hosting their annual "Hunger Games."


 

East Passyunk’s Flavors on the Avenue (Photo: EPABID)

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Flavors on the Avenue is inspired by East Passyunk’s former Flavors fundraiser held under a tent each year. After eleven years, many of which sold out, the event goes from under the tent and into the street. Capacity expands from 1,000 guests to thousands. The tent is gone and the event goes from a parking lot to five blocks. Instead of food and drink, the event now includes family activities, music and retail sidewalk sales.Philadelphia, PA - East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District, presents Flavors on the Avenue street festival on Sunday, April 28, 2019, from 11:00am to 5:00pm. The city’s first big food festival of the spring will feature five blocks of street food, seasonal sips, craft beer, live music, sidewalk sales and free family fun – on East Passyunk Avenue from Broad to Dickinson streets.


 

Photo Pop Philly Exhibit

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Philadelphia, PAPhoto Pop Philly Exhibit - Photo Pop Philly is poppin’ up again this summer! This May, Philly PR Girl is excited to introduce Photo Pop Philly: Sweet Paradise, where guests will immerse themselves in unique environments exploring themes of paradise. Located in the heart of Old City at The Bourse, a newly-restored food hall, Photo Pop’s brand-new, one-of-a-kind exhibit is sure to bring energy and excitement to historic Philadelphia.

Photo by Muhammad Rizwan

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia Graduation Party Locations - Are you aware Philadelphia has more colleges and universities than any other city in the U.S.? And with that, comes Graduation Season to the city’s premier restaurants. We recently talked to expert party planner, Lindsey McClaren for insider tips about organizing the ideal graduation celebration, from personal experiences to more vibrant gatherings. Just in time, Temple Graduation is coming up fast followed closely by Penn and then later - Drexel.


Photo Pop Philly Exhibit

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Philadelphia, PAPhoto Pop Philly Exhibit - Photo Pop Philly is poppin’ up again this summer! This May, Philly PR Girl is excited to introduce Photo Pop Philly: Sweet Paradise, where guests will immerse themselves in unique environments exploring themes of paradise. Located in the heart of Old City at The Bourse, a newly-restored food hall, Photo Pop’s brand-new, one-of-a-kind exhibit is sure to bring energy and excitement to historic Philadelphia.

Photo by Steve Weinik.

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia's Mural Arts Mural Mile - For more than 30 years, the Philadelphia's Mural Arts program has joined artists and neighborhoods together with a unique collaborative process, based in the tradition of mural-making, to develop art which transforms public spaces as well as personal lives.


Philadelphia Pride Parades & Events (Photo: VisitPhilly)

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Philadelphia, PA -Philadelphia Pride Parades & Events embraces spring alongside a host of amazing LGBTQ events. Pride rules: April brings Philadelphia Black Pride; May means that New Hope Celebrates’ Pride Festival in Bucks County; plus June delivers the PrideDay LGBT Parade and Festival, which guarantees to be bigger than ever before for the 50th anniversary associated with the history-making Stonewall riots which launched the gay civil rights movement.


Photo: Prencess Cruises

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Philadelphia, PAPrincess Cruises Introduces La Mer Restaurant - For the very first time in the luxury cruise line's history, Princess Cruises is going to bring in a brand new French eatery to North American. The premiere of La Mer by Three-Michelin Star Chef, Emmanuel Renaut, aboard its new cruise ship Sky Princess, is going to arrive in Ft. Lauderdale in December 2019 for its inaugural season of Caribbean vacation cruises.


Photo by Muhammad Rizwan

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia Graduation Party Locations - Are you aware Philadelphia has more colleges and universities than any other city in the U.S.? And with that, comes Graduation Season to the city’s premier restaurants. We recently talked to expert party planner, Lindsey McClaren for insider tips about organizing the ideal graduation celebration, from personal experiences to more vibrant gatherings. Just in time, Temple Graduation is coming up fast followed closely by Penn and then later - Drexel.


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Philadelphia, PAThe Philadelphia Cheesesteak - The Philadelphia Cheesesteak, almost everyone is in agreement that the cheesesteak, was first conceived by Pat Olivieri in 1930, and consists of thinly sliced beef together with a crusty on the outside and soft on the inside long-roll.


Photo courtesy D'Emilio's Old World Ice Treats

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia's Top Water Ice Spots - The second winter weather ends, Philadelphian's seek out the very best in chilled treats: water ice, definitely one of the region’s most treasured tradition. Basically, a yummy fusion of ice, fruit as well as sweeteners blended thoroughly to a smooth consistency, then scooped into cups all summer long.


Photo by Toa Heftiba

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Philadelphia, PAChef Curtis Stone Share Grilling Tips - Chef Curtis Stone launched his culinary career at The Savoy Hotel, in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia at the tender age 18. The local European and British culinary chefs he worked with, encouraged him to work abroad to enhance his culinary skills. So, he set off for Europe to experience Italy, France, as well as Spain before turning up in London, England.


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