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Will Mark Wahlberg Show Up for the Pope Film Fest Screening of Invincible?

Local chatterboxes are buzzing that Mark Wahlberg will appear on the red carpet tonight prior to the screening of his 2006 film Invincible during the World Meeting […]

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Bill Murray Misses Emmys to Party in Philly All Weekend

It wasn’t Groundhog Day, but Bill Murray was popping up all over the place in Philadelphia this weekend. On PhillyChitChat.com, photographer HughE Dillon reports that […]

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Connor Barwin, Mayor Nutter Dedicate Ralph Brooks Park in Point Breeze

Connor Barwin’s Make the World Better Foundation‘s first major initiative in Philadelphia was dedicated yesterday afternoon in Point Breeze. The new Ralph Brooks Park at 20th and Tasker […]

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24 Great Photos From Philly Naked Bike Ride

Philadelphia paparazzo HughE Dillon was all set up at the Art Museum on Saturday to snap the 2015 Philly Naked Bike Ride, when word got around that […]

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Plans to Shoot Three Seconds Have Been Scrapped

UPDATE [2:29 pm, 8/25/2015]: An earlier version of this story said Three Seconds will shoot in the Pittsburgh area, but that isn’t so, according to Greater Philadelphia […]

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Divas Pack Dell Music Center for a Powerhouse Concert for AIDS

Sheryl Lee Ralph is working hard to spread the important message of HIV/AIDS awareness through her DIVAS (Divinely Inspired Victoriously AWARE) Simply Singing concert. The […]

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Despite Rain, Diner en Blanc Drew a Festive Crowd to the Navy Yard

Despite the poorly timed rain, 4,500 game Philadelphians dressed in white scurried to the Navy Yard for the fourth annual Diner en Blanc. If one thing can […]

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PHOTOS: A Gay Ol’ Time Was Had at Jazz Age on the Delaware

On Saturday, locals slipped into flapper garb and made their way to Glen Foerd Mansion, where there was a 20s-inspired bash held on the lawn of what claims […]

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SPOTTED: Orange Is the New Black‘s Alysia Reiner Dining at Talula’s Garden

The cast of Equity arrived in Philly last week to begin filming a movie about women on Wall Street.  Equity is the brainchild of Sarah […]

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PHOTOS: Dog Days of Summer Hot Dog Cook-Off at Headhouse

The 4th annual Dog Days of Summer Hot Dog Cook-Off was held this weekend at the Shambles in Headhouse Square. The day found hot dog […]

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Vertical Block Party at Avenir

Last night I went to a Vertical Block Party in the new building on Chestnut and 15th – the Avenir. The building features sleek apartments […]

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Edith Piaf, The Pope and a Human Tastykake Celebrate Bastille Day at Eastern State Penitentiary

It’s one of Philly’s most treasured traditions: Thousands storm Eastern State Penitentiary on Bastille Day to reenact the great French Revolution with a cast of […]

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PHOTO: Mayor Nutter Poses With Jimmy Carter at the Free Library

Jimmy Carter poses with Mayor Michael Nutter, just back from a diplomacy trip to Mexico. The Mayor stopped by the Free Library to welcome the former […]

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PHOTOS: The Tall Ships Festival Kicks Off On the Waterfront

Thanks to that giant rubber duck, the Tall Ships Festival is one of the most-hyped events of summer. It officially kicked off Thursday, with more than a dozen […]

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PHOTOS: Art for the Cash Poor at Crane Arts

Lovers of all things unique and handmade flocked to the Crane Arts building in Fishtown this weekend for InLiquid‘s 16th annual Art for the Cash Poor, where […]