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What’s Happening in Philly

Gotta get down on First Fridays
There are a lot of things you might look forward to during the weekends: going out, treating yourself to a nice dinner or even just staying in and binge watching the newest episode of “Quantico” (Priyanka Chopra, anyone?). But who would’ve thought that something like First Friday could be fun, educational and something of an adventure?
4 months ago • By
Amy Schumer exceeds expectations with stand up routine
Most of us know Amy Schumer from her debut movie “Trainwreck,” a huge success in the box office. If you pay attention to comedy at all, you would also know that she has come a long way since then as an actress and comedian, hosting her own shows on Comedy Central. When one of my friends saw a GroupOn offer for discounted tickets to her show at the Wells Fargo Center, we snapped them up within the minute. I wasn’t sure what kind of shenanigans Schumer was going to pull during this show. All I knew was that I would probably be cracking up the whole time.
10 months ago • By
Philly’s first S.E.E.D. festival sees big crowds, small portions
Philly may not have held a VegFest this year, but in its wake, Home Brewed Events and EatYourPHL presented a new Sustainable Everyday Edibles and Drinkables (S.E.E.D.) festival geared toward the city’s vegan populace. As a Philly vegan myself, I was revved and ready for this event and had been looking forward to it since June.
11 months ago • By
Annual PHS Flower Show offers fun time for all with National Parks theme
The Philadelphia Flower Show is a must-see for all flower enthusiasts and nature lovers. The annual show is held at the Convention Center and runs from March 5-13.This is the largest garden-related event in the nation and was recently crowned “the best event in the world” by the International Festivals and Events Association. The Philly Flower Show, started by the Philadelphia Horticulture Society, dates all the way back to 1829 and has continued to blossom throughout the years. The event is composed of countless exhibits, a prodigious marketplace and most importantly, food. All proceeds benefit the PHS whose goals revolve around protecting and preserving the environment.
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