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The Selfie as Art (Sort of)

The Selfie as Art (Sort of)

From man’s first sketches on the cave wall to the rise of the selfie, the portrait has been an ever-present subject matter for artists. The power of the portrait to tell a story, illuminate social injustices or capture a moment in time lies in the pictorial representation as well as the media and process by which […]

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A Humbling Celebration for a Landmark Nonprofit

A Humbling Celebration for a Landmark Nonprofit

Tickets are now on sale for Philabundance’s Beet Hunger Bash, which will be held November 7, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum, in West Philly. The affair will celebrate the nonprofit’s 30th anniversary and its founder, Pamela Rainey Lawler, and, of course, chip away a little further at its […]

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Back and Bigger than Before

Back and Bigger than Before

The King of Prussia Beerfest Royale returns Thursday with Donnerstag: Happy Hour, which’ll feature a food-and-beer tasting, a pumpkin beer bar, beer-infused cocktails, a concert by The Hoppin’ John Orchestra and a cigar lounge (complete with a complimentary cigar). It will run from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at The Court at the King of […]

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A Family-friendly Theater Company to Debut in Bryn Mawr

A Family-friendly Theater Company to Debut in Bryn Mawr

The Bryn Mawr-based Two Ducks Theatre Company will be staging its inaugural production, the kid-friendly Rainbowtown, Sept. 6 through Sept. 20 at the Radnor United Methodist Church, in Bryn Mawr, as part of the Philadelphia FringeArts Festival. A hilarious, interactive short play, Rainbowtown was written by Carrie Nielsen, a Bryn Mawr resident and a professor […]

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Pumpkin-lovers, Load Up on Advil

Pumpkin-lovers, Load Up on Advil

The end of summer is surely nigh when pumpkin-flavored everything begin surfacing. It’s hard, though, to be weary of the trend when it all tastes so damn good. Well, most of it, at least. Among the first offerings—and early candidates for the tastiest iterations—are Iron Hill’s Great Imperial Pumpkin Ale and Classic Pumpkin Ale, which […]

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A Taste of Something Different

A Taste of Something Different

Brian Sirhal and Timothy Spinner seem to harbor the same raging appetites that their restaurants inspire in us. Following close on the heels of Taqueria Feliz, their first Manayunk venture and their third restaurant in the Philly region, Sirhal (pictured, left) and Spinner (right) earlier this week unveiled Beast & Ale, their updated take on […]

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An Addition and a Facelift for Menagerie

An Addition and a Facelift for Menagerie

Menagerie Boutique’s second location opens Monday in Haverford Square. A Main Line staple, the new shop will carry the same labels as the Eagle Village flagship, including Calypso, Claire Vivier, Jillian Gulius, Karen Walker and Coolchange. It’ll also have a collection of owner Kate Lawson’s one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets and earrings. The Web site, www.AJeweledMenagerie.com, was […]

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There’s Always Room for Mexican Food

There’s Always Room for Mexican Food

Who doesn’t love Mexican food? Or, for that matter, any variation of it? Clearly, no one around here. With restaurants in University City and Willow Grove already raking it in, Mad Mex, a Pittsburgh-based chain, is prepping to launch a third, this one in the Wynnewood Shopping Center, on Aug. 11. There will be tables […]

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Elizabeth Gilbert’s Latest Novel Comes to Life

Elizabeth Gilbert’s Latest Novel Comes to Life

To the rest of the world, she’s Elizabeth Gilbert, Bestselling Author. To us, she’s Elizabeth Gilbert, well, Bestselling Author. But she’s also a neighbor and the owner of the always-irresistible Frenchtown, NJ, emporium Two Buttons. Last fall, Gilbert published The Signature of All Things, and it’s, of course, gone on to become a New York […]

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Iron Hill Goes Really Farm to Table

Iron Hill Goes Really Farm to Table

On the first Wednesday this month and next (September 3), Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, in Chestnut Hill, will be offering a series of “Philly Grown, Philly Raised” menu additions featuring the produce from nearby—like, 10 miles away—Weavers Way Farms at Saul Agricultural High School and Awbury Arboretum. “We strive to serve local ingredients wherever […]

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