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Picks for December (part 2): YACHT 12/13

Electro-pop-dance-punk-or-whatever west coast band YACHT comes to Philly for the third time in two years, this time to one of our favorite venues: Underground Arts. Even though their last studio album came out in 2011, they”ve been releasing singles and performing all over for the past two years. Their songs are occasionally apocalyptic (language warning, as […]

By: Mark Simmons
Comments | Posted on December 3, 2013

Free and Friendly Tours Ventures West

This past Sunday, Free and Friendly Tours visited the University of Pennsylvania Archaeology Museum, one of Philadelphia”s most underrated museums, and we”re going to tell you all about it!     The museum specializes in archaeological and anthropological exhibits from all over the world. They boast an enormous collection of roughly one million objects. The […]

By: Mark Simmons
Comments | Posted on November 25, 2013

Urban Farming Done Right

When сialis generique I moved back to the urban landscape of the Philadelphia area, I thought my days of eating locally sourced food year round were over. I was pleased to discover, however, that Philadelphia is in fact home to a fantastic organization called Greensgrow Farms which fulfills my local food fantasies and much more. […]

By: Free and Friendly Tours
Comments | Posted on January 3, 2013

Old City

  From the Tour: “…Old City might be old, but as maybe you can tell, it”s not full of Quakers anymore.  In fact it”s full of something the Quakers didn”t think very highly of at all–art.” Beyond the Tour: Even if you”re not in an art-buying position (and God knows operating free tours isn”t as […]

By: Free and Friendly Tours
Comments | Posted on May 19, 2012
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