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“95% of them roll their eyes when it comes up in conversation.”
The Philly-area convenience chain extends its outdoor July 4th shindig.
What could go wrong?
White flight and the rise of Mantua
Who cares if you can’t afford to go abroad? Maybe just pretend.
Keep celebrating the Year of the Rooster with a day-long party at Philly's OG food hall. The US Postal Service is unveiling a new themed stamp (if you can stand the excitement) and there's also cooking demos from Sang Kee, musical performances, calligraphy samples and of course a live lion dance.
Where: Reading Terminal Market at 51 N. 12th St. 19107
When: February 4, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
How much: Free (but you're gonna want cash for the gazillion amazing food stands)
Whatever you order on Feb. 2 at Union Taco will be replicated next week at no charge.
It’s the Year of the Rooster, a zodiac sign that represents fidelity and punctuality
It’s the homeowner’s dilemma: Big bars vs. fun size?
The event, which started in 1931, has migrated from Rittenhouse Square to the Gallery to South Street — where it now draws thousands.