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30 Things Philly Loves

30 Things Philadelphians Love

Venture deep into Fairmount Park to catch bursts of pink and white behind the Please Touch Museum. (Photo courtesy of John Hurst via Flickr.)

Peak Cherry Blossom Bloom Dates Announced for 2015; Best Places To View In Philadelphia

Foodnited States

'Foodnited States of America': Dad, son form all 50 states out of food

Philadelphia. Lovely.

30 Things You’ll Never Hear Someone Say In Philadelphia

30 Phrases People From Philadelphia Would Never Be Caught Saying

behind the art museum, philly

Philly ~ Philadelphia, PA

Since the words "south Philly" and "bright and cheerful" really don't belong anywhere on the same screen, we'll have to find another adjective to describe this annual display draped across the 1600 block of South 13th Street. A canopy of lights connects the entire block of garden apartments, making the "Miracle on South 13th Street" the unmistakable symbol of Christmas in Philadelphia.

America's Best Streets for Christmas Lights

Opera Company of Philadelphia: "Hallelujah!" So lovely!

Opera Company of Philadelphia "Hallelujah!" Random Act of Culture

Top Places to View Holiday Lights In Philadelphia

Hall & Oates - Fall In Philadelphia

A run on Forbidden Drive in Fairmount Park, about clearing your mind and taking in your surroundings #MyVSFallEdit

The Wanamaker Eagle and Organ - the Eagle was the place to meet,

The real deal: Philly soft pretzels #philly #sites #attractions #favorites

That's right! You know you're from SE Pennsylvania or South Jersey when ...

Eagles down the shore.

The Art Institute of Philadelphia, 1622 Chestnut Street is a stunning Art Deco building.

Projects for The Art Institute of Philadelphia

Philadelphia's proud of this girl! #littleleagueworldseries


50 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Philadelphia

50 Things You Probably Didn′t Know About Philadelphia

Philly Sports Cake by Bredenbeck's Bakery

Frankie Avalon, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Dick Clark, John Coltrane, Patti Labelle, Teddy Pendergrass, Joan Jett. Step by step, name by name, Philadelphia’s musical history comes alive on the Walk of Fame. View 106 bronze plaques as you journey through Philadelphia’s unique musical landscape. From early jazz, blues, gospel, and rock through funk, pop, and hip-hop, they are all here, along the Avenue of the Arts (on Broad Street between Walnut and Spruce Streets).

July 4th In Philadelphia.