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Fall Murals Walk in Germantown

The Fall Murals Walk begins at 10 am on Saturday, September 23, at the Chelten Market parking lot, corner of Wayne and Chelten Aves, where Germantown's latest mural has just been… Read More

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Global Feast: Celebrating Philadelphia's Cosmopolitan Canopy

This Reading Terminal Market/Peace Day Philly offering will include: – Barriers Can Be BrokenA multicultural art projectAll are invited to bring piece of fabric that connects to… Read More

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Littlest Streets East of Broad Architecture Walking Tour

Stroll a charming labyrinth of streets west of Washington Square, a village-like setting right in the heart of Center City, developed in the mid 19th century. Experience an intimate “hierarchy of… Read More

Indigo Monthly Ride: South Philly: 5th & Washington

Join the Bicycle Coalition and Indego on one of our monthly rides throughout the city. We will be exploring different areas around Philadelphia. All rides will start at Indego Stations &… Read More

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Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival!!

This Saturday, September 23rd from 12:30 - 7 pm, AAU is excited to be holding the 22nd Annual Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival. The Festival takes place on 10th Street in the center of Chinatown between… Read More

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Atlas Obscura & Laurel Hill Cemetery Present: Into the Veil

“Life is eternal. Death is merely a change in condition…” Join Atlas Obscura and Laurel Hill Cemetery for an immersive evening as we explore the liminal world that exists between the… Read More

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Louis Kahn Exhibit: The Power of Architecture

The story of master architect Louis Kahn (1901-1974) is intrinsically connected to Philadelphia, where he spent most of his life and career. Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture is the first… Read More

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What Was The Philadelphia School of Architecture? If you look carefully, you will notice that the buildings of the last 50 years that you see in Philly look quite unlike those elsewhere. They feel tense: they don’t… Read More

Hurricane Maria Relief Fundraiser

Today's daybreak after Hurricane Maria, leave us all who have family in Puerto Rico suspended with uncertainties of not knowing how our loved ones are doing and what they need. Puerto… Read More

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