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Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite10 - Site/Sound: Revealing the Rail Park – For three Saturdays in October, Philadelphia’s emergent Rail Park and its surrounding neighborhood will host multi-sensory art installations, family programs, music and performances that honor the past, present and future of the historic corridor along the famed Reading Railroad.


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Philadelphia, PAAlexander Hamilton Walking Tour - Alexander Hamilton Walking Tour by Philadelphia author Catherine Price put together an App for Hamilton enthusiasts who can’t get enough, by linking the Broadway hit to Philadelphia points of interest where it all took place.


 

: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19 in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia, PAThe Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19 in Philadelphia, - Spit Spreads Death: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19 in Philadelphia, the Mütter Museum of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia opens its most ambitious exhibition to date, a multi-disciplinary, five-year recounting of a 100-year-old global pandemic.


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 Civil War-themedPhiladelphia, PA - This summer, visitors to the National Constitution Center can encounter several Civil War-themed programming as well as the Center’s brand-new exhibit, Civil War and Reconstruction: The Battle for Freedom and Equality.


Philadelphia Sports History

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Philadelphia Sports HistoryPhiladelphia, PA - Sports fans have known joy and heartache, anger and triumph of Philadelphia's 100-plus years of living with professional sports teams. “Philadelphia is the most sophisticated, knowledgeable sports town in America.


Philadelphia Art & Culture

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Philly ArtsPhiladelphia, PA - Philly bursts with beauty inside and out. The region is home to one of the country’s top five art museums (Philadelphia Museum of Art); the world’s most excellent collection of impressionist, post-impressionist and modern works (Barnes Foundation); an internationally lauded public art initiative (Mural Arts Philadelphia); and under-the-radar gems.


About Philadelphia Parks & Public Spaces

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia Parks & Public Spaces - Residents and visitors are heading outdoors in huge numbers thanks to the activation of many under-utilized spaces in recent years—think Schuylkill River Trail, Dilworth Park, Race Street Pier, The Porch at 30th Street Station and Spruce Street Harbor Park. Much of the development activities can be spotted in Center City and on Philadelphia’s two rivers, the Schuylkill and Delaware.


Philadelphia Beer History

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia taverns that the American Revolution - It was in Philadelphia taverns that the American Revolution took hold (see City Tavern for proof), and 100 years ago, Philadelphia was known as the most magnificent brewing city in the Western Hemisphere, or the “Cradle of American Libation.” In the mid-19th through the early 20th centuries, 90 breweries operated in Philadelphia proper, and another 100 operated in its environs. Prohibition in 1920 brought the brewery boom to an end, and the decline—and near demise—of virtually all of Philadelphia’s beer producers.


Philadelphia Sports History

Guide

Philadelphia Sports HistoryPhiladelphia, PA - Sports fans have known joy and heartache, anger and triumph of Philadelphia's 100-plus years of living with professional sports teams. “Philadelphia is the most sophisticated, knowledgeable sports town in America.


Philadelphia Art & Culture

Guide

Philly ArtsPhiladelphia, PA - Philly bursts with beauty inside and out. The region is home to one of the country’s top five art museums (Philadelphia Museum of Art); the world’s most excellent collection of impressionist, post-impressionist and modern works (Barnes Foundation); an internationally lauded public art initiative (Mural Arts Philadelphia); and under-the-radar gems.


About Philadelphia Parks & Public Spaces

Guide

Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia Parks & Public Spaces - Residents and visitors are heading outdoors in huge numbers thanks to the activation of many under-utilized spaces in recent years—think Schuylkill River Trail, Dilworth Park, Race Street Pier, The Porch at 30th Street Station and Spruce Street Harbor Park. Much of the development activities can be spotted in Center City and on Philadelphia’s two rivers, the Schuylkill and Delaware.


Philadelphia Beer History

Guide

Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia taverns that the American Revolution - It was in Philadelphia taverns that the American Revolution took hold (see City Tavern for proof), and 100 years ago, Philadelphia was known as the most magnificent brewing city in the Western Hemisphere, or the “Cradle of American Libation.” In the mid-19th through the early 20th centuries, 90 breweries operated in Philadelphia proper, and another 100 operated in its environs. Prohibition in 1920 brought the brewery boom to an end, and the decline—and near demise—of virtually all of Philadelphia’s beer producers.


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