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Ginger Snap Spirit

So you think you’re all cookied out after the holiday season? Well, you may want to rethink that and try treating yourself to a tumbler-full of SNAP. Think of it … Read more

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My Jello Americans

This Holiday season bring out the gelatin and rum. My Jello Americans is a small craft/food business located in Philadelphia that creates very special treats. Their last catered event was … Read more

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Alex Lukas draws Philadelphia

In a city full of run-down buildings, bum fights, carved names on stone walls and burnt down cars after a victorious Phillies game, you can find artist: Alex Lukas. McJAWN … Read more

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First and Fifteenth in Philadelphia

Check out First and Fifteenth, housing famous Philly street artist, Stephen Powers, aka ESPO. Cornbread, the world’s first notable graffiti artist, used to tag his girlfriend’s name all around the … Read more

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Christopher Davison

Everyone seems obsessed with the apocalypse and the resurgence of tribalism, but few artist render these end-times visions so effectively as Philadelphia-based painter Christopher Davison. If the 2012 prophecies come … Read more

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Eco skyscraper design in Philadelphia

Philadelphia’s 58-floor Comcast building has been awarded the Gold Certification for LEED-CS (core and shell). The obelisk-formed building, which sits right above the Suburban railway station, boasts high performance glass … Read more

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Almanac Market

Almanac Market in Philadelphia is slightly pricey, but you definitely get what you pay for. Offering fantastic bread, cheeses, produce, and cured meats such as sopressata and pepperoni, it was a … Read more

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AJ Fosik

Philadelphia-based artist AJ Fosik’s wooden sculptures look like Indonesian gods guarding an intergalactic temple built by time-traveling monks.

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in 2008, I went to Philadelphia six times and I have to say, I love that city. It’s got the blue collar grit of cities like Detroit and Cleveland, but … Read more

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