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Goodbye, Dowager Countess: Downton Abbey Shutting Down After Sixth Season

Alas, if you’ve come to love the insanely popular television series Downton Abbey, you’ll be heartbroken by the news that after season six, it’s all over.

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Blackfish Brings Back Downton Abbey Dinner

Blackfish’s Downton Abbey themed dinner is back on Sunday, March 8th. Inspired by the popular British TV show, chef and owner Chip Roman and his […]

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WATCH: Bros Love Downton Abbey, Too

Thanks to Philly singing comedic duo Dave and Brian, all you Downton Abbey-loving dudes can stop pretending you’re not tripping over yourself every Sunday night […]


Video: How Much Would It Cost to Insure Downton Abbey?

At some point in of our lives, we’ve all day-dreamed about what it would be like to live inside one of our favorite TV shows. […]

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Day Tripper: Go Castle-Hopping in Doylestown

I know what you’re thinking: A getaway? To Doylestown? It sounds absurd, like I’m advising you take a Caribbean vacation to Haiti. But I promise […]

Downton Abbey's Season Four Fashion

Market Report: All the Details on the Fashion You Saw on Downton Abbey This Season

Get inside the mind of Downton Abbey‘s costume designer. Here she dishes on the early Jazz Age costumes you saw this season, and why Edith is showing […]


Blackfish Is Hosting a Downton Abbey Dinner in 2014

The search term Downton Abbey regularly brings Googlers to Foobooz. It’s all because of a Downton Abbey dinner party that chef/owner Chip Roman threw last February […]

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COMING SOON: “Costumes of
Downton Abbey” at Winterthur

Wilmington’s sprawling Winterthur museum is known for its collection of Americana decorative arts, but starting next month the 175-room former estate of Henry Frances du […]


Downton Abbey Comes To Blackfish

You a fan of Downton Abbey? Or maybe just enamored of turn-of-the-last-century England with all its frills, stately manors and crippling class system? Or perhaps […]