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Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week.   Random Friday, March 23 – Saturday, April 21 Cherry Blossom Festival The Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival kicked off last Friday. The festival is happening in multiple locations around the city and includes ceremonial drumming, martial arts exhibitions, a traditional tea ceremony,

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Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week.   Arts Monday, March 25 – Sunday, April 1 First Philadelphia Flamenco Festival Christ Church Neighborhood House Hosted by Pasión y Arte, a local, all-female flamenco dance company, the festival has live performances, free movie screenings and a symposium. There are also

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Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week.   Arts February 29 – March 11 PTC@Play Suzanne Roberts Theatre The second installment of Philadelphia Theatre Company’s free PTC@Play series at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre kicks off on February 29. This year, PTC@Play will feature new plays from five playwrights from

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Get Off Campus!   Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week.   Arts Through March 25 Clybourne Park Arden Theatre 2011 Pulitzer-price winning play Clybourne Park c leases characters and setting from the 1959 classic A Raisin in the Sun. The play deals with issues of gentrification, taking the

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  Get Off Campus!       Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week.   Arts Through May 6 Van Gogh Up Close The Philadelphia Museum of Art February 1st marked the opening day of the PMA’s Van Gogh exhibit, featuring more than 40 of the artist’s later works.

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Get Off Campus!   Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week.   Arts/Kids/Food Ongoing Dickens Days The Dandelion In conjunction with the Free Library’s Year of Dickens in 2012, The Dandelion is hosting Charles Dickens’ readings at 10am and noon each Sunday in February.  The readings are of children’s

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Get Off Campus!   Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week.   Shops/Arts/Kids Until Jan. 1 Free Parking The Philadelphia Parking Authority has announced that meter parking will be free city-wide after 11 a.m. every Saturday from now until New Year’s Day. The free parking offer applies to Philadelphia’s

Get Off Campus! – Week of 11/21/2011

Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week: Arts/Shopping/Kids Permanent Albert Einstein’s Brain @ Mutter Museum The Mutter Museum is disturbing. To add to the paraphernalia, they just made a “major” acquisition: 46 microscope slides, each containing slices from the brain of Albert Einstein.   Friday, November 25 Holiday Railroad

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Get Off Campus!   Here it is: your quick and dirty guide to what’s happening this week.   Sports Monday, November 14 Mike Tanier @ The Free Library The Free Library is hosting acclaimed New York Times sportswriter Mike Tanier at 7:30 p.m. He’ll be reading from and talking about his latest work, “The Philly

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