Posts from October 2013

 

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Pulitzer Exhibit at the National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center is running a special Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibit through December 31st, 2013. The exhibit begins with the two most recent prize winners from this year. Both cover Syria”s bloody civil war: one is a mother looking at the body of a deceased loved one and the other shows rebels hiding in […]

By: Free and Friendly Tours
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29th

Picks For November

Here are a few things to check out in Philly in November. Go Dancing at Saturnia Disco Dance Parties at Trestle Inn ┬áThe Trestle Inn has consistently been a destination for people wanting to go dancing on a Saturday night for the past few years. The place itself is a converted strip bar from the […]

By: Mark Simmons
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Phillycentric Blog Launch

November 2013 marks the beginning of our new Free and Friendly Tours blog, the Philllycentric Blog. Here you”ll find recommendations, posts, videos, bios, interviews, guest blogs, and more about the City of Brotherly Love! Check back tomorrow for our first post recommending five things to do in November and be The tools and ethos casino […]

By: Mark Simmons
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