Inis Nua Theatre Company Presents American Premiere Of Swallow By Stef Smith April 26 To May 14, 2017

 Inis Nua Theatre Company Presents American Premiere Of Swallow By Stef Smith April 26 To May 14, 2017

Inis Nua Theatre Company ends the 2016-2017 mainstage season with the American premiere of Swallow by Stef Smith. From Scotland, Swallow follows three lives intricately connected and the quiet, traumatic struggles of being human. Swallow was a 2015 Fringe First Winner and received the Scottish Arts Club Theatre Award. The Scotsman called the play, “An elegant and glowing piece of twenty-first century magic realism.” Swallow opens at the Proscenium Theater at The Drake (302 South Hicks Street) on April 28th, with preview performances on April 26th and 27th.
 

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Puyero Venezuelan Flavor Celebrates Grand Opening With Free Arepas and Churros

Puyero Venezuelan Flavor Celebrates Grand Opening With Free Arepas and Churros

Simon A. Arends, Gil J. Arends and Manuela Villasmil announce the grand opening of Puyero Venezuelan Flavor at 524 S. 4th Street in South Street Headhouse District. This casual Venezuelan street food concept specializes in quick-serve arepas, patacones, and other incredibly delicious food. Dishes pair perfectly with tropical specialty drinks made in-house that are sweet and perfect for Philadelphia's hot summer days. The dining room is fresh, colorful and vibrant with humorous proverbs that will make you laugh and music that will make you want to tap your feet. Grand opening festivities will include free giveaways between March 17-19th including arepas, churros and other signature Latin dishes.

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Florida Keys Blitzes Philadelphia For U.S. Island Vacations

Florida Keys Blitzes Philadelphia For U.S. Island Vacations

The Florida Keys & Key West tourism council has launched a major travel marketing blitz in Philadelphia that is to feature a Keys food and libation competition judged by native son Pat Croce and Keys chef Bobby Stoky.

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Philadelphia Food Influencers and Bartenders Compete in Florida Keys and Key West Cook-Off and Cocktail Competition

Philadelphia Food Influencers and Bartenders Compete in Florida Keys and Key West Cook-Off and Cocktail Competition

The Florida Keys and Key West Cook-Off and Florida Keys Cocktail Competition will bring a touch and taste of the Keys to Philadelphia on Monday, March 6th. Walnut Hill College will serve as the venue for a special cook-off that will feature 24 local food and travel influencers and writers. Instead of snapping, tweeting and blogging they will get on the other side of the stove and cook up two Florida Keys dishes with direction from Chef Bobby Stoky. In conjunction with the cook-off, four Philadelphia bartenders will shake and stir up Florida Keys-inspired cocktails. A winner from each competition wins a trip to the Florida Keys and Key West. 

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Philadelphia's 86th Easter Promenade Set To Hop Down South Street On Easter Sunday

Philadelphia's 86th Easter Promenade Set To Hop Down South Street On Easter Sunday

Hop on down to South Street Headhouse District for some FREE, egg-citing family fun during the 85th annual Easter Promenade on Sunday, April 16, 2017.  Come dressed in your Sunday Best and promenade down South Street in this grand and popular tradition that last year drew record crowds. Master of ceremonies Henri David returns to lead the parade from the corner of Passyunk Avenue/South Street down to Headhouse Square (2nd Street). Enjoy Easter treats, live music from the Philadelphia Freedom Band, the Bunny Hop, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cottontail and much more until 2:00pm. Bring your camera and stick around to meet the Easter Bunny himself, and see who wins the best dressed contests!

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South Street Spring Festival Returns with 12 Blocks Of Food, Drink, Music, Arts, Shopping And Fun

South Street Spring Festival Returns with 12 Blocks Of Food, Drink, Music, Arts, Shopping And Fun

South Street Headhouse District announces the return of South Street Spring Festival on Saturday, May 6, 2017, from 11:00AM to 8:00PM. Rock your way into the summer season with a giant, all-ages outdoor block party that will take over the street from South (between Front and 8th) and run along Headhouse Plaza. Last year, over 58,000+ people came out to enjoy the music, food and fun in the sun. Mark your calendars as the city’s largest block party is back!
 

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SliCE Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Free Pizza and Weekend-Long Pizza Party

SliCE Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Free Pizza and Weekend-Long Pizza Party

Marlo and Jason Dilks celebrate the 10th anniversary of their first SliCE location with a weekend-long pizza party between February 24-26 that features free pizza slices, a 10th anniversary pizza, and $10 large signature pies all weekend. 

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Girl Scout Cookie Inspired Milkshakes Debut At P’unk Burger On East Passyunk

Girl Scout Cookie Inspired Milkshakes Debut At P’unk Burger On East Passyunk

East Passyunk’s organic burger, fries and milkshake shop announces five new limited edition cookie shakes inspired by your favorite Girl Scout cookies. On Saturday, February 18 and Sunday, February 19, P’unk Burger will serve Caramel Delight, Toasted S’mores, Thin Mint, Chocolate PBJ and Cinnamon Shortbread cookie shakes. South Philadelphia’s own Troop #91297 will also be on hand Saturday, from 11:00am to 1:00pm with cookies available for purchase. For every Girl Scout cookie shake purchased, $1.00 will be donated to the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania.

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Azuka Theatre Continues Sold Out Season With World Premiere Of Sh_theads By Philadelphia Playwright, Douglas Williams

Azuka Theatre Continues Sold Out Season With World Premiere Of Sh_theads By Philadelphia Playwright, Douglas Williams

Following a record, at-capacity run of How We Got On, Azuka Theatre continues their 2016-2017 “pay what you decide” season with the world premiere of Sh_theads. Developed in partnership with PlayPenn, playwright Douglas Williams and director Kevin Glaccum examine a down-and-out bike shop in lower Manhattan and the lives of the people who love to work there. Stuck between facing their own arrogance and bankruptcy, this group of scrappy cyclists fight to save the only home they’ve ever known - their bike shop.
 

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