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Review for 12th Street Deli wrote by Mark
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Pros: Great food
Cons: The portions are huge, but that's to be expected (plus you have leftovers!)
Comments: This place is probably the closest I've come personally to a New York style deli while in Philadelphia. When I have friends in from out of town, I try to ..
Review for Cafe Loftus Downtown wrote by Mark
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Pros: Solid coffee, friendly staff, good atmosphere
Cons: it's closed down
Comments: I really liked this place, it's a shame it's closed.
Review for New Deck Tavern wrote by Mark
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Pros: good service; "Irish bar" atmosphere, but more original and creative than, say, a Kildare's or Bennigan's
Cons: they sell beer by the pitcher, have both Lager and Guinness on tap, but they won't make you a pitcher of Black and Tan - what gives?
Comments: I went in here with a few friends a while back for a few beers. We stopped in while we waited for our reservation at another restaurant nearby - which ..
Review for Food Safety and Restaurant Sanitation wrote by Mark
Rating: 11111
Pros: Fast service, helpful, they seem more reliable than our previous supplier
Cons: Not all products are available in the quantities we were getting before. We ended up getting 5 gallon jugs... not a big deal, they'll last a while and the price ..
Comments: We wanted to switch suppliers for the chemicals we used to clean our kitchen, found these guys online, and gave them a call. They sent someone out to our location ..
Review for Nursing Home Neglect Philadelphia wrote by Anonymous
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Pros: Great and professional service!
Cons: none!
Comments: Hooked me up with the AJN...They referred me to the lawyer in my area and settled my case quickly! check em out at www.americanjusticenetwork.com
Review for Hip Recalls Lawyer wrote by Anonymous
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Pros: Number of locations in NJ and Pa. They took care of business!
Cons: none...
Comments: Contacted them via The American Justice Network at 1-888-88 JUSTICE... They referred me to the perfect lawyer in the philly area, Howard Silverman at Kane and Silverman. Got my ..

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In the middle of Center City Philadelphia you will find a proud history lined with sophisticated modernity. Located on the south east side of Philadelphia county, Center City is the major business district of the area. The contemporary Center City nightlife along with museums, shopping, restaurants and City Hall, lie below the tallest buildings in Downtown Philly. Though the center is established, it is full of professors and young professionals alike. The Northern area tends to attract the creative artsy scene, as the south end tends to hold a more scholarly venue. If you are interested in critiquing artwork while sipping classy cocktails, Center City is the place to be. There is a large selection of cafes, theaters, lounges, and shopping. Want a break from the bustling city? There are other things to do in Center City Philadelphia. Enjoy the outdoors in places like Fairmount Park where trails run through wide open patches of grass under shades of green. Philadelphia has a smooth subway system that runs through the entire city, including the center district. Not to mention, catching a quick ride to the New Jersey transit is fast and easy. Much of the history is still seen through the lens of renovated modern architecture which ties together different eras of accomplishments while still preserving the founding of the free world. The district promotes its safe and attractive atmosphere, so if you are interested in art, culture, dining, and a little bit of our nation?s history, don?t hesitate to spend a refined and fun evening or two in Center City Philadelphia.

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Solo Series Concert: The Modern Violin
on Friday, 31 Mar, 7:15 PM
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2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Find TicketsElectrifying violinist Pauline Kim Harris presents the next installment of the cutting-edge Solo Series at the Barnes Foundation that redefines the modern violin. The performances includes Spencer Topel’s contemporary masterpiece “Violine.”
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Orchestra 2001 Presents Inuksuit
on Sunday, 2 Apr, 12:00 PM
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2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Find TicketsThe Philadelphia premiere of a percussion piece by Alaskan composer John Luther Adams. Listeners can stay in one place, come and go, or wander around the grounds listening to the sound change. Join us on the lawn for this immersive experience.
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First Friday! Minas Brings Brazil
on Friday, 7 Apr, 6:00 PM
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2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Find TicketsJoin us for the first of a three-part series on traditional music from around the world. Fusing Brazilian and American roots, Grammy-nominated Minas creates an innovative sound with blues- and choro-infused ballads, folk with a bossa nova pulse, and more.
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Lecture. Allan Espiritu, the Body with a Thorn in His Side
on Wednesday, 12 Apr, 6:30 PM
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2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Find TicketsAward-winning graphic designer Allan Espiritu discusses his pieces in the exhibition and the progression of his work over time. Espiritu is the founder of GDLOFT, a collaborative Philadelphia design studio.
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Symposium. Flânerie and the Politics of Public Space
on Saturday, 15 Apr, 9:00 AM
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2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Find TicketsWe will discuss the history of flânerie and the contemporary race and gender politics enmeshed in walking down the street. Speakers include Bridget Alsdorf, Man Bartlett, André Dombrowski, Tom McDonough, Doreen St. Félix, Angela Washko, and Janet Wolff.
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Film. Our Song
on Monday, 17 Apr, 8:00 PM
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2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Find TicketsDirected by Jim McKay, 2000. 95 min. Described by the Washington Post as “an astonishing movie,” Our Song is an important examination of the gendering and racialization of city space.
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Wanderlust Walking Tour: Michelle Ortiz
on Saturday, 29 Apr, 10:00 AM
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2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Find TicketsArtist and muralist Michelle Ortiz focuses on people and communities whose histories are often lost or co-opted. Join Ortiz for a walking tour through South Philly’s Italian Market. Meet at the northwest corner of 9th and Washington.
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Resounding Voices Choral Series: Philadelphia Girls Choir
on Sunday, 30 Apr, 3:00 PM
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2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Find TicketsIn the first of our new, free series “Resounding Voices,” which showcases choral traditions from around the world, the Philadelphia Girls Choir makes its debut appearance at the Barnes Foundation, led by Nathan Wadley and Laura Harmon.
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