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Woman Does Squats With Baby on Art Museum Steps and Proves There Are No Excuses

This morning, I was scrolling through Instagram when I saw this photo, posted by the November Project very early this morning, of a woman getting […]

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Franklin Institute to Display Vatican Artworks During Pope’s Visit

When Pope Francis is in town in September for the World Meeting of Families, he’ll have a little piece of home at the Franklin Institute to make […]

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Local Teens Record Audio Tours to Get Youth Interested in Philly’s Museums

Many teenagers would argue that museum tours don’t exactly scream cool … up until now. The Philly museum scene is gaining youth appeal with the […]

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Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look at Drexel’s Upcoming Costume Exhibition

Ever wonder what goes into those insanely cool costume exhibitions Drexel hosts? Here’s your opportunity to find out. Drexel is hosting an event this Saturday […]

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Updated Victorian In Art Museum Area Includes Room-to-Room Intercom

We don’t know about you, but “meticulously maintained and improved upon over the years,” is exactly how we’d like to hear our potential Victorian home […]

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Academy of Natural Sciences Offers Pay-What-You-Wish Admission Day

On Monday, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is hosting a pay-what-you-wish day in celebration of its founding. As the Academy notes in a press release, […]

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Art Museum Area Home with Bedrooms Inspired by Pottery Barn

They may not be an exact replica of a staged Pottery Barn bedroom (whoever lives here steered clear from that sneaky Rachel Green-mode of furnishing a […]

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Calling All History Buffs: This Philly Public Art Bike Map Is Awesome 

If you’ve been hard-pressed to find even the slightest bit of motivation to hop on your bike during these colder months, here’s something that might get […]

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Two Hidden Cézanne Sketches Found at the Barnes Foundation

The Barnes Foundation is known for their collection of impressionist and early modern artwork, including 69 pieces of work by Cézanne. Well, now make that […]

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Independence Seaport Museum Launches New After-Hours Adult Series—With Drinks!

Been curious about visiting the Independence Seaport Museum, but don’t really want to have to spend your day dodging toddlers while taking in all that awesome […]

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Spotted in Fairmount: Four Loft Units Available In Remodeled Church

All units at the Church (the aptly named development by MFD Developers) are for sale! The single-bedrooms come with a loft for office space or additional […]

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National Museum of American Jewish History Offering Free Admission Throughout February

Throughout the month of February, visitors to the National Museum of American Jewish History won’t have to pay a penny. Due to a large anonymous […]

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Art Museum Area Home on Cherry Blossomed Block of North 21st Now Pending Sale

Shortly after being listed a few weeks ago, this wholly modern townhouse was plucked off the market. Can’t say we’re surprised given the gorgeous scene that […]

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Yoga White Party at the Art Museum on New Year’s Eve

Here’s one New Year’s Eve event that won’t leave you with a killer hangover come New Year’s Day: The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Pay-What-You-Wish Yoga […]

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200 Years of African American Art Going On Display at PMA

Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) will kick off 2015 by pulling from its holdings 75 pieces of artwork by African American artists. The exhibit, called “Represent: […]