Philadelphia Steps Back to the 1920's at Deco on The Delaware

Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite Deco on the Delaware - The 1920s ended up being a period of extraordinary social and political change. A lot more People in the USA resided in cities versus farms. The countries wealth more than doubled in between 1920 and 1929, as monetary success swept countless Americans into a wealthier but not familiar “consumer society.” everyone from coast to coast purchased the very same goods (thanks to national advertising and the spread of chain stores). Listened to the same music, managed to do the same dances and additionally used the same slang!


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PhillyBite Painting PartyMarlton, NJ —The summer is in full swing, and so are many outdoor free events with pay-as-you-go vendors. By chance, I attended one after driving by The Promenade at Sagemore in Marlton, NJ.  I could see numerous cars parked, and people gathered around an area that was protected from traffic.  With my curiosity piqued, I turned into the upscale shopping center and parked.


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Vikings: Beyond the Legend in Philadelphia (Photo by Museums Partner GmbH)

Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite Vikings at the Franklin Institute - Vikings: Beyond the Legend , is an interactive exhibition that explores the people, traditions, and influence of the legendary Viking Age, makes its North American debut at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia on October 13.


Philadelphia's South Street Guide

Philadelphia, PA - South Street welcomes more than just hippies these days. Shoppers searching for a statement-making look, visitors hungry for a real Philly cheesesteak and music lovers who want to catch an up-and-coming band head to the storied boulevard.Philadelphia, PA - South Street welcomes more than just hippies these days. Shoppers searching for a statement-making look, visitors hungry for a real Philly cheesesteak and music lovers who want to catch an up-and-coming band head to the storied boulevard.

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