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It was a first-time gardening experience for the Duckrey School students
|What||The folks behind Philly's Serious Rap Sh*t podcast are hosting a Halloween-themed movie night. BYOB (and bring a nonperishable food donation for Puerto Rico), then settle in for the cult classic "Tales From the Hood." Produced by Spike Lee, the 1995 flick is made up of four horror stories about urban issues like police brutality and gang violence. Stay for a live podcast recording after the show.|
|Where||Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse at 2578 Frankford Ave. 19125|
|When||October 26, 2017 at 8:30 pm|
|What||Local community-oriented tech company Azavea is bringing together stakeholders from police departments, law schools, activist groups and advisory commissions for a panel discussion on what the future of public safety should look like in Philadelphia and the U.S. Free with registration. Light food and drink provided.|
|Where||HunchLab by Azavea at 990 Spring Garden St., 5th Fl. 19123|
|When||October 22, 2017 at 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm|
|How much||Free with registration|
|What||Join United by Blue, the Philadelphia Water Department, and Keep Philadelphia Beautiful for an evening of trash talking, community tabling, food and drink at the historic Fairmount Water Works. Hear the latest news about how city government, the School District, and nonprofits are all moving us towards being a litter free and Zero Waste city. Beer provided by Saint Benjamin Brewing Company. Snacks and coffee to be prepared by Lisa Brayda and Jeff Carr, cafe and restaurant managers of United by Blue's new and soon-to-open flagship location.|
|Where||Fairmount Water Works at 640 Waterworks Drive, 19130|
|When||October 25, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm|
The game is sold out, but with StubHub as a partner, getting in is all about how much you want to pay.
Lê created three new drinks for the giant rodizio — and they’re only $10 each.
Plus the week in parking tweets
|What||The second installment of this popular market will feature crafts and wares from local designers alongside snacks, coffee and tea from area businesses and music by DJ Mike Vee.|
|Where||Fishtown at 1220 Frankford Ave. 19125|
|When||October 21, 2017 at 10:00 am to 5:00 pm|
|How much||Pay as you go|
Camel prom squad and Awareness Cone, plus Mike and Tonya Stack.
Mel Heifetz calls the donation his ‘lifetime of work.’
Visit Philly CEO Meryl Levitz said, ‘we have a lot in the bank’ from hosting the pope, the NFL Draft and the DNC.
RoCo to Chester Arthur Elementary students: ‘You build more relationships when you’re outside.’