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23 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

This weekend, you can enjoy a host of creative shows and — surprise! — a few holiday-themed events. For the shopping enthusiasts, check out the grand opening of […]

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LISTEN: Bobby Hill Drops a Christmas Song

Now that we’re nearing the middle of December, you may be a little over the Christmas music already, but boy soprano Bobby Hill — the young […]

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5 Ways to Make Boring Christmas Parties into Networking Gold

Lots of us will be attending holiday parties and networking events this season. You may have an office Christmas party, a non-profit related soiree or a holiday […]

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New Jersey Church Hosting Living Star Wars Nativity

A church in New Jersey is taking advantage of the hysteria surrounding the long-awaited release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens by hosting three weeks […]

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Little Nonna’s Celebrates Sinatra’s 100th Birthday with Special Menu

As you probably know, Frank Sinatra and the holiday season go pretty well together if you ever listened to his Christmas classics of the past. […]

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PHOTOS: Holiday Lantern Parade and Tree-Lighting in Christmas Village

Philadelphians brought glowing lanterns of all shapes, colors and sizes to the first-ever Lantern Parade to Christmas Village over the weekend. The procession began at Comcast Center […]

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15 Things to Do in Philly This Week

There are multiple ways to ring in the holiday this week, including the remarkable Vienna Boys Choir who will be in town for a benefit performance […]

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21 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

This weekend, there are plenty of holiday celebrations to greet December properly, from shopping opportunities on Rittenhouse Row, to a trio of tree lighting ceremonies, at […]

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The Best Christmas Lights In and Around Philadelphia

Shady Brook Farm 931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley You haven’t seen the Statue of Liberty, Leaning Tower of Pisa or Great Wall of China until […]

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Philadelphians to Spend 18 Percent Less on Holiday Shopping in 2015

When it comes to holiday shopping, the Philadelphia region is tightening its belt this season. It’s decreasing its holiday spending by 18 percent compared to […]

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Philadelphia Museum of Art Tree-Lighting

Tomorrow evening (November 25th), the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) will hold a ceremony to light the 47-foot-tall Christmas tree on the Museum’s Eastern Terrace. The […]

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PHOTOS: Macy’s Adorable Peanuts-Themed Holiday Window Display

Let’s face it: These may be the best Macy’s holiday windows ever. Usually, the department store’s flagship location in New York City gets over-the-top holiday […]

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Dilworth Park’s Rothman Ice Rink Opens Next Week

With all the announcements about Christmas villages and holiday light shows popping up, there was one question on all of our minds: What about Dilworth […]

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Oh Sh#%, Here Comes Christmas

I only heard the announcement because WHYY was conducting a fund drive and I was surfing the radio dial in the car. (Then again, when isn’t […]

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Franklin Square Kicking Off Dancing Light Show for the Holidays

Whether you like it or not, the holidays are just around the corner. Days are getting shorter, CVS has stocked its shelves with Santas and […]