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EAST PASSYUNK FLAVORS ON THE AVENUE
April 30, 2017
Some Philadelphians may know this event as a food tent block party, called Flavors of the Ave. This year it's expanded to a Street Fest up and down East Passyunk Avenue called #FlavorsonAve.

Still featuring the neighborhood’s astounding array of excellent restaurants, each of which will supply small-plate versions of their signature dishes. (over 20 restaurants participating).

Tickets, which can be purchased in advance, cover tasting everything the fest has to offer — a dish from each of the restaurants plus two beers from the beer wagon — and cost $50. OR pay for each dish à la carte, with an average of $3 to $6 per item.

Of course the shops on Passyunk will be open and participating with their own deals, and music will be heard from one corner to the next!


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Q&A Post Screening of Stonepark Productions new film "One Penny"

Michael DeVita & David A. Melendez - One Penny is the story of a young boy Dylan who is stripped of his privileged life and forced to live on the streets. He is taken in by a homeless man known as ‘Professor’ living in a homeless community Shepherd’s Cove. https://twitter.com/OnePennyMovie (Washington, DC. USA) (PA PREMIER)

(SHORT) CulDeSac. (Thriller) 15min. Directed by Damon Russell Written by Damon Russell and Sean Christensen. (NY,NY. USA). Parents living at the end of a quiet Cul-De-Sac discover a listening device inside their son’s teddy bear. https://twitter.com/CuldesacFilm (NY, NY. USA)

For more coverage of The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival @philaindie - http://tinyurl.com/kzd8thm

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#PhillySpotlight INSPIRING AMERICA: Philadelphia man transforms old family bar into a learning center for kids. http://ow.ly/3FnI30bhotL

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If you're planning to go to the movies tonight, highly recommend Colossal it will surprise you in many wonderful ways! Finally posted my review... http://ow.ly/5IKW30bhtCG
#Colossalmovie #moviereview Nacho Vigalondo
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#minireview THE LOST CITY OF Z - I had really been looking forward to this movie, it was featured on Tinsel & Tine's Coming Attractions "Can't Wait to See" page for months. So I am disappointed to say, I was bored. I knew going in it wasn't going to be "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" but it's like they created a script with source material from Wikipedia.

It's not a good sign when leaving the theater the only thought in my head was, if I hadn't known he was in it, I would never have recognized Robert Pattinson. There is a fat, weak soled, so called explorer, who adds a bit of levity.

But you know I always take points away when a movie features a war battle scene of soldiers coming out of a foxhole running to their deaths; nothing I hate more than witnessing this senseless act on the screen again and again. Let's not even discuss real life.

Lost City of Z Movie is based on the true story of British explorer Col. Percival Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam), who disappeared in the 1920s while trying to find a city in the Amazon. It's directed by James Gray and also stars Sienna Miller and Tom Holland.
Amazon Studios and Plan B Entertainment http://ow.ly/ckoj30bhnq3
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#50BestRestaurants -Sprat fish (image: Ekkow Photography) Riemegemstraat 1, 9770 Kruishoutem Belgium http://ow.ly/MuUZ30b52Ka
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#PhillyCalendar 4/30 12-5pm East Passyunk Avenue #FlavorsOnAve Street Fest - The street will be filled with tasty bites and seasonal sips from twenty-seven restaurants. See menu! http://ow.ly/oZzX30aZVHn

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Check out our #tbt post for THE BIG WEDDING this movie came out today (4/27) in 2013! http://ow.ly/PEEr30aVCfW

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#podcast fav: TwistedPhilly Podcast Ep 31: History of Ma & Pa McGillin of McGillin's Olde Ale House Est. 1860. #TwistedPhilly interviews owner Henry Spaniak on everything from Prohibition, famous visitors, what's on tap, mile high meatloaf, of course ghosts, and the bar getting ready for #nfldraft2017!

I remember when I first started working in Philly back in 1991at AMTF which eventually became Prince Theater we used to frequent McGillin's, it was the first place I ever had a Black & Tan and my first taste of Calamari.
Stitcher http://www.stitcher.com/s?eid=49929147
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#PhillyCalendar 4/27 6pm One Penny a StonePark Productions film screens during Philadelphia Independent Film Festival The Gershman Y #piffFilms runs 4/26 - 4/30 http://ow.ly/PxJ030baOb2
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