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  • Day of the Dead await your arrival at the cemetery
    Celebrate Day of the Dead in a cemetery
    Stop by and visit your loved ones of days gone past this weekend for Day of the Dead. Don't forget to get them their favorite treats, or they may be a haunting you in the year to come! Call ahead t for visiting times.Adath JeshurunCemetery1855...
  • Kick the Keg Tonight for a good cause!
    Kick the Keg in Heels Tonight at Red Owl Tavern
    Kick the Keg in Heels tonight at Red Owl Tavern with some food & drink. There is to be a craft beer spectacular to raise money for UPenn's Rena Rowan Breast Center. This evening happy hour includes food & drink: unlimited Saison de...
  • Celebrate Day of the Dead at Café Ynez
    This weekend celebrate Day of the Dead at Café Ynez
    Forget the candy this weekend! Come in and celebrate Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, with some delicious food & drink at Café Ynez! ThisFriday, Saturday, and Sunday until 3pm, come in and indulge in a champurrado (a Mexican chocolate...
  • This Weekend Pumpkin Fest at Devil's Den
    Pumpkin Fest this weekend at Devil's Den
    Celebrate this Halloween weekend with a Pumpkin Fest at Devil's Den!.There will be tapped over 11 pumpkin beers and running pumpkin food specials starting on Thursday, October 30 through Saturday, November 1. Come in costume and receive $1 off...
  • Eagles' loss to Cardinals isn't that costly
    Redskins keep Eagles within striking distance of Cowboys
    The Philadelphia Eagles had bleaker hopes in the NFC East after Oct. 26. Once the Eagles gave away a win to the Arizona Cardinals, it looked like they would fall behind the Dallas Cowboys by a game-and-a-half in the NFC East, since the Cowboys...
  • Eagles give away victory
    Familiar mistakes cost Eagles against Cardinals
    The Philadelphia Eagles seemingly had it won against the Arizona Cardinals on Oct. 26. If the Eagles had played their kind of football for the first 58 minutes in Arizona, they would have had it won well before going up by 20-17 after the two...
  • Philly: More Than Meets the Eye (Part 5)
    Philly: More Than Meets the Eye (Part 5)
    In the previous parts of this series about Philadelphia, you can easily see that there’s so much to tell about the city’s fascinating early history, sites and attractions, Afrocentric points of interests, accommodations, culinary...
  • Martha Graham Cracker in One Night Sunday 10/26 Show @ Bob & Barbara's Lounge
    Martha Graham Cracker in One Night Sunday 10/26 Show @ Bob & Barbara's Lounge
    Backed by a four-piece live band, Martha Graham Cracker, hailed as "The Drag Queen King" by the Philadelphia Inquirer, performs new arrangements and mashups of songs by artists ranging from Prince and Crowded House to Motley Crue and...
  • The History of African Americans in Philly (Part 4)
    The History of African Americans in Philly (Part 4)
    African Americans have been a presence in Philadelphia since the early 1700’s at the arrival of African slaves. By 1790 the city had the largest number of free Blacks in the country and was a hotbed for abolitionist activity.In the mid-to...
  • Exploring The City of Brotherly Love (Part 3)
    Exploring The City of Brotherly Love (Part 3)
    Unique attractions and historically significant African-American sites are a big part of the Philadelphia story.One of the most impressive structures anywhere in America is Philadelphia’s City Hall. Still used today for the city’s...
  • Lots to See and Do in Philadelphia (Part 2)
    Lots to See and Do in Philadelphia (Part 2)
    In Part One of this series, we were just starting to delve into Philadelphia, something that oddly enough Benjamin Franklin, Rocky, Auguste Rodin, Wilt Chamberlain, Al Capone, and Kevin Bacon all have in common!Among the wealth of sites and...
  • "Train"-ing for the Cup: Why Amtrak has New York area hockey fans cheering
    "Train"-ing for the Cup: Why Amtrak has New York area hockey fans cheering
    The 2014-15 NHL season has begun. The quest for the most coveted trophy in all of North American sports, the Stanley Cup, has begun. For the New York/New Jersey area, no professional hockey fans are more loyal those of the New Jersey Devils, New...
  • Escape to Philadelphia!
    Escape to Philadelphia!
    What do Benjamin Franklin, Rocky, Auguste Rodin, Wilt Chamberlain, Al Capone, and Kevin Bacon all have in common? Philadelphia!The second largest city on the East Coast and the fifth largest in the nation, Philadelphia is a fascinating and...
  • BIIM
    SiriusXM Host "Up Close & Personal" Boyz II Men Philly High School Concert
    The Philadelphia High School for the Creative & Performing Arts (CAPA) has single-handedly served as a proving ground for some of America's best soul music talents. Famous CAPA alumni include Christian McBride, Joey DeFrancesco, Amel...
  • Guy in Yard
    Eager for Halloween Chills? Visit Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary
    For Halloween chills and thrills, dare to wander the halls of the notorious Philadelphia Eastern State Penitentiary for its yearly Terror Behind the Walls.The event at the austere monolith prison divides the horror into six attractions: Lock Down,...