• Friday , 28 July 2017

Culture

Eat and Drink Your Face Off in San Antonio, Texas While Exploring the City

Eat and Drink Your Face Off in San Antonio, Texas While Exploring the City

Photos, story by Cassie Hepler When the tourism board for Visit San Antonio, Texas invites you on a press trip, you go. Especially when it’s a culinary tour and the itinerary includes eating, exploring (hey, that sounds familiar), sleeping, wining ...

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Hot Time in the City at Laurel Hill Cemetery’s ‘Soulstice’ Fundraiser

Hot Time in the City at Laurel Hill Cemetery’s ‘Soulstice’ Fundraiser

Photos, story by Sharon Kozden I couldn’t be at Stonehenge in England for Summer Solstice 2017.  I could, however, celebrate in Druidical-style, spending several hours during a perfect summer evening on Saturday, June 24 at Laurel Hill Cemetery. The fundraiser, labeled ...

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Celebrating the Kentucky Derby, West Laurel Hill Style

Celebrating the Kentucky Derby, West Laurel Hill Style

Story by Tiffany C. DuBois, Photos by Eric Morales When one thinks of the Kentucky Derby, you think of mint juleps, good food, bowties, women’s fashion and hats. Especially the hats. West Laurel Hill’s derby day had all this and ...

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Glamsino Night Gets Glitzy for Action Wellness at Hotel Palomar

Glamsino Night Gets Glitzy for Action Wellness at Hotel Palomar

Story, photos by Tiffany DuBois On a wonderfully clear and crisp night, people of all backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gambler lovers attended Glamsino Night at Hotel Palomar in Center City, Philadelphia. Attendees were greeted by the lovely Kate Marlys of ...

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American Jewish History Museum Debuts Impactful Exhibit ‘1917: How One Year Changed the World’

American Jewish History Museum Debuts Impactful Exhibit ‘1917: How One Year Changed the World’

Story, photos by Tiffany DuBois The National Museum of American Jewish History debuted a special exhibit in mid-March called “1917: How One Year Changed the World”. The exhibition looks back 100 years at how three major events brought about political ...

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An Evening of Drag, Cabaret-Style at the William Way LGBT Community Center

An Evening of Drag, Cabaret-Style at the William Way LGBT Community Center

Story by Jennifer Sharpe, photos by Philadelphia Gay Mens’ Chorus One fabulous evening of in March, the second floor ballroom at the William Way LGBT Community Center transformed into a dimly-lit cabaret club, festooned with feathers, sequins and plenty of gold lame. This evening ...

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Full Breakdown of Flavors on the Avenue Street Festival Featuring 27 Award-Winning Restaurants

Full Breakdown of Flavors on the Avenue Street Festival Featuring 27 Award-Winning Restaurants

East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District presents Flavors on the Avenue: A Street Festival on Sunday, April 30, 2017, from 12:00pm to 5:00pm. The brand-new street festival will feature five blocks of street food, seasonal sips, craft beer, live music, sidewalk sales ...

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