Getting back in to the city scene after another nice summer in Avalon. Attended the Eagles home opener (I think we have a long year coming) and saw Lady Gaga this week. Lots of good events coming up - some are even free.
In need of a Quick Books expert - know anyone?
Looking for a spot in Graduate Hospital where one could open a good size bar - Any ideas?
What is this guy thinking and what kind of crap weed is this guy peddling ($1500 for a pound is way cheap)?
I will be getting out more info on this winter's ski trips. But for those looking for some of the upcoming movie trailors, click here.
I almost forgot....went to the Red Bull Flutag (photos) over Labor Day weekend. Was a fun day. If you missed it, you did not miss all that much but it was definitely fun. Do not think anyone made it more than 20 feet. Video
Did you know there was a naked bike ride in Philly?
Read this article on our convetion center and unions. Interesting how the city works.
As always, please think about me if buying or selling a home.... - Mark
SPONSOR: 16th Annual Sippin By the River
Festival Pier - Delaware River Waterfront
Sunday, October 3rd, 2010
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
World-famous wines and beers, food sampling, cooking demonstrations, gourmet cuisine from area restaurants, and live entertainment highlight this festival. This outdoor event will feature live music from the band DAME. Visitors can also stop by special pavilions featured authentic beer and food. Over 4000 people attended last year. Annual event to benefit the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA).
SPONSOR: 16th Annual Sippin By the River
1) First Annual Philadelphia Craft Beer Experience
Tickets are now on sale for the First Annual Philadelphia Craft Beer Experience, being held on Saturday, September 25th from 12Noon – 4PM! Hosted at University City’s newest dining destination, City Tap House, this 4 hour event is being held to raise money for SafeHome Philadelphia (http://pceh.org/). Enjoy a day of drinking and dining with over 80 Craft Beers and City Tap House Food Pairings. With Featured Brewers Tables, Live Music, Outdoor Facilities and Craft Beer Sampling all day, our beer experience is not your typical beer festival. We are selling only 300 tickets to the public so there will always be a clear path to get to your favorite beer! BEER20 saves $20.
To purchase tickets, go to www.phillymag.com/craftbeer.
2) Cancer Fundraiser: Phillies Game
No one likes cancer or the Mets! Join fellow Crossing the Finish Line supporters, families and friends in cheering on the Fightin' Phils to victory against the N.Y. Mets at Citizens Bank Park on Friday, September 24, 2010 at 7:05 p.m. Net Proceeds from tickets sold through this event will benefit Crossing the Finish Line, which offers young adult cancer patients and their families a hopeful respite from cancer. When ordering your tickets, enter the promotion code CTFL. Please place your orders by Wednesday, September 15! Purchase Online or Print an Order Form.
A) LARGE MANAYUNK APT W/parking
Large one bedroom on great street in manayunk - 3 large rooms plus large kitchen on first floor plus large basement could be 2nd bedroom. Walk to Main St, bars/restaraunts, train station. Washer/dryer, parking, large kitchen, extra room for possible office, plenty of storage, built in closets, new hardwood floors. Available immediately
Email steve at email@example.com or call 215-275-3365
B) LARGE ONE BED IN Northern Liberties
First floor, new paint and floors, large basement, available now
Email steve at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-275-3365
4) Fall Launch and One Year Anniversary Party - Tavern On Broad
Tavern On Broad - 200 South Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19102 view map
Thursday, Sep 23, 2010 6:00 PM
You and a guest are invited to UpcomingEvents.com's Fall Launch Party and the One Year Anniversary Party of Tavern on Broad in Center City! This amazing dual event includes a complimentary 2-hou... read more »
5) JOB: RX Professional Agency Sr.Copywriter Opportunity
My client is well known for their work - they are pretty big. They have a loyal cache of clients, and have been building digital for the last couple of years. Like most agencies today, they are focused on building the practice and integrating further, and right now, they need to fill a spot newly created creative position. This person will probably already be working in an ad agency, so they would have a portfolio-online, probably 4-6 yrs experience...Experience in the vaccine category would be a plus. Salary depends on experience.
Contact Renell Sullivan, Recruiting Manager, 646.706.7014, email@example.com
6) The Philadelphia Young Professionals Expo - Fall 2010
The Philadelphia Young Professionals Expo & trade is designed for Young Professionals to discover, learn, and sample a variety of products, services, and activities offered by companies and organizations in the Philadelphia and South Jersey area. Attendees will sample select liquor, beer, and treats and have an in-person experience with area products, all while interacting with sponsors and organizations. This year’s expo will also feature a scavenger hunt that you can participate in to win great prizes, including concert tickets from the House of Blues in Atlantic City (plus many more!) The Young Professionals Expo is free to attend (if you RSVP, $10 charge otherwise), but guests are asked to help support a local charity. Guests, who donate, will receive extra drawing tickets, increasing your chances to win great prizes. Want to be a part of this event?
Who Should Attend: ‘Young Professionals’ between the ages of 21 and 39 People who Work or ‘Play’ in or around the Philadelphia and South Jersey area All levels of employees, including entrepreneurs, office managers, sales reps, supervisors and those that may looking for a job (you can network with people there, but note that this is not an exclusive job fair). Own or Run a Business or Involved in a Local Organization and Want to Participate? This expo is the perfect way to interact with over 500 area Young Professionals that are eager to learn more about certain products. Why not take advantage of this amazing, unique opportunity! You should consider participating if you are involved in a local business, social organization, or non-profit and want to get in front of hundreds of new people members, clients, or customers. For more information, please email us.
A) First Medical Marijuana Ad Airs in California
B) Sheriff says teens texted him for pot
C) Philadelphia among most-stressful metropolitan areas
8) ACOUSTIC HAPPY HOUR AT SPAMPS with TIP N BONES SEPTEMBER 23rd and 30th 6PM
As we bid goodbye to summer and wonder all it all went and want to reminesce about the good,the bad, the ugly that happened at the Jersey Shore 2010- Spamps in Conshohocken is giving TIP n BONES (Jeff Perlman and Jim McCoy) the opportunity to entertain you as we have done all summer with two acoustic happy hours in the outside Grotto area at Spamps on September 23rd and 30th starting at approximately 6pm. For those ...of you who have seen us play at the Pig Roast, the Whitebrier and last but certainly not least the beloved SHACK...this is an opportunity for us to bring that summer feel back home with great friends who have supported us so much this summer. And let's face it...who really wants to let summer end yet??
So thanks to the gracious people at Spamps this will be the first of hopefully a long lasting relationship with the TIP n BONES 2 man acoustical jam session and Spamps..So invite all of your friends, maybe make it a work happy hour, bring people who have yet to see us yet. Lets give Spamps a kick start to the fall season with a happy hour to remember.Spamps offers 1/2 price appetizers during happy hour and $5 Margaritas all night..And stick around after we are done as well for $2 Miller Lite's from 9-11....Trust me it's a great venue. Hope to see you all there!!
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
5:00 PM – 5:30 PM Registration
5:00 PM – 7:30 PM Program
Lincoln Financial Field, SCA Club Lounge, Philadelphia, PA
Join the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and the Philadelphia Eagles as we kick off the 2010 season!
The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce invites you to join Eagles Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Lurie, President Joe Banner, and General Manager Howie Roseman, for an exclusive behind-the-scenes opportunity to hear from the top members of the Eagles' Front Office. Emceed by Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro, the Eagles executives will discuss the team’s key off-season moves and plans for the upcoming season. Off the Record is the only time this season that Eagles management will field questions from fans.
Fees: Member Individual: $70.00, Non-Member Individual $120.00
10) SATURDAY OKTOBERFEST (9/18)
718 South St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147
11) SEEKING ITEMS FOR TEEN VOLUNTEER PROJECT
I am involved with the Lehigh Club of Philadelphia, a non-profit organization of Lehigh University alumni. On Saturday, October 2nd, we are helping with various home improvement projects at the School House Lane Group Home for Girls, in Philadelphia, PA. There are 12 female residents, ranging in age from 13-18. One of our projects is to design a make-up area for the girls. I am reaching out to see if anyone works for or knows of a cosmetics company or chain store (Walmart, Rite Aid, Target, etc.) that may donate some items suitable for teens (such as lip glosses, blush, nail polish, etc.) We are trying to assemble a bag for each resident so they can have their own new, make-up. If you and/or your company may be willing to donate any cosmetic items for these girls, I have a letter that can be used for tax purposes from the Home. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you and/or your company would be willing to give something towards this project. Thanks for your generosity!
12) The Philadelphia Collection 2010
Mayor Michael A. Nutter recently announced that The Philadelphia Collection 2010, a series of fashion and style events taking place throughout the city, will begin September 23rd through October 2nd, 2010. An abundance of retailers, boutiques, stylists, designers, and modeling agencies will all be uniquely represented as a part of the ten day extravaganza! Events during the week include Phashion Phest, Macy’s Fall Fashion Show with guest Nigel Barker, Nicole Miller’s EcoArts event, The Rittenhouse Row Fall Gathering, Boyds “La Bella Vita,” the FBH Fashion and Style Show, Student Window Designs at The Gallery at Market East, with The Art Institute, Unique Memories and TP Enterprise, and much more! For more information on these specific events, or a complete schedule for The Philadelphia Collection 2010 including trunk shows, workshops, free movies, and more, visit kindly click here.
13) Fundraiser: District Attorney Seth Williams
Thursday, September 23, 2010
5:30 pm -8 pm
The Law Offices of Zarwin, Baum, DeVito, Kaplan, Schaer & Toddy
1818 Market Street, 13th Floor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103
District Attorney R. Seth Williams made history on November 3, 2009 when he was elected the first African American District Attorney in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In conjunction with his duties as District Attorney, Seth continues to serve his community as an educator and volunteer. He is an adjunct professor at Neumann College in the Strategic Leadership Master’s Program and is an adjunct professor and Advisory Board member at Penn State Abington. Seth is also proud to serve his country as a Major in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the United States Army Reserve. Seth is also proud to serve on the boards of several community organizations, including the Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, the Overbrook Park Civic Association & Town Watch, St. Cyprian Catholic Church, the St. Martin de Porres Foundation and the West Philadelphia Y.M.C.A.
Kindly RSVP to Monique Andes by calling (215) 569-2800 or via email to email@example.com by September 17, 2010.
Young Professional: $50.00, Supporter: $100.00, Friend: $250.00, Sponsor: $500.00
Please make all Checks Payable to: “Friends of Seth Williams”. CORPORATE CHECKS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. *Event is to help with Campaign Debt Retirement.
14) Quizzo on Monday September 20th.
Do you know a lot of useless knowledge and facts about many different topics? Do you enjoy playing games? Then you need to come out to the American Pub on Monday nights for Quizzo, the ultimate in bar trivia games. Test your smarts against other teams and put that useless knowledge to good use! Bobby Mansure is our Quizzo host and will be asking the tough questions. Gather your friends together for a fun night while playing again...st other teams. There will be food and drink specials, as well as prizes for the top teams!
Quizzo at the American Pub is every Monday starting at 6:30pm - beginning September 20th.
For more information or directions call 267-639-6108 (event line)
We hope to see you there! Stay at the American Pub afterwards for NFL Monday Night Football. Watch the game on our 10 plasma HD TVs while enjoying $2 Miller Lite Drafts and $.50 Buffalo Wings.
15) Volunteer at the Northern Home for Children
The Northern Home for Children is currently seeking volunteers to assist children with tutoring. This volunteer opportunity takes place Monday-Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm during the school year. Groups are welcome.
For more information, please contact Mary Fran Riffel at 215.482.1423 x1323 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
16) HELIUM COMEDY CLUB – PARKINSON’S BENEFIT, $20.00
Enjoy an evening of laughs on Tuesday, September 21, in Center City to benefit TeamFox, for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Hosted by Andrew Sweet, presenting NYC sensation Alex Barnett, and featuring Philly’s own Erin Mulville, with Phil Sweet, Peggy Robinson, and Fred Holzapfel. Seating begins at 7:30 and the show begins at 8:00. There will be food and drinks available (cash bar) and reservations are encouraged. Contact Helium today to make yours, at 215.496.9001. Helium Comedy Club is located at 2031 Sansom Street.
17) Reality Show Castings
Casting:docu-reality series seeking females 21-35 to shoot pilot, seeking women who date wealthy men, must know and live everything for the good life, must be attractive. Send name, ages, contact info, email address, location &availability email@example.com
Casting: Reality show seeks 7 females for upcoming show. Have you been known to make men drop to their knees? you think you have what it takes to tame a player? Well if so, send in your info to firstname.lastname@example.org, must me attractive, age 21-34 send photos.
Casting:Reality show seeks, 7 attractive men, who refuse to give up their playing ways and will always stay true to the game, if you fit this decription, send info to email@example.com
18) State of Young Philly: Imagining Philly's Future
YIP's First Annual State of Young Philly: Imagining Philly's Future is a two-week event series that will bring together hundreds of young professionals and key city leaders to imagine Philly's future. We'll kick the week off with a Leadership Breakfast, followed by evening discussions in four key areas - Community Engagement & Volunteerism, Government & Leadership, Business & Entrepreneurship, and Arts & Culture- and close out the week with a final showcase & reception.
Before, during, and after the series, be sure to keep up and contribute on our BLOG.
Event schedule is below and can also be found at www.stateofyoungphilly.com. Click HEREto buy your tickets to the Final Showcase on October 1st.
September 20- October 1, 2010
A) It is far more impressive when others discover your good qualities without your help." - Judith Martin, "Miss Manners"
B) "If you want people to think well of you, do not speak well of yourself." - Blaise Pascal
C) All Mae West
- "I used to be Snow White . . . but I drifted."
- "Too much of a good thing can be wonderful."
- "It's better to be looked over than overlooked."
- "Why don't you come up sometime and see me?" (often misquoted as "Come up and see me sometime").
- "When women go wrong, men go right after them."
- "I generally avoid temptation unless I can't resist it."
- "I always say, keep a diary and someday it'll keep you."
- "Give a man a free hand and he'll try to put it all over you."
- "It's not the men in my life that counts, it's the life in my men."
- "Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before."
- "When I'm good, I'm very good, but when I'm bad, I'm better."
- Marriage is a great institution--but I'm not ready for an institution."
20) Bridal Showcase inside Cherry Hill Mall
Cherry Hill Mall - 502 Cherry Hill Mall Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 view map
Sunday, Sep 19, 2010 11:00 AM
Join us for a Bridal Showcase September 19, 2010 inside the Cherry Hill Mall Enter at Macy's Court and The Grand Court (Seasons 52), Wedding Exhibits 11:00AM to 6:00PM, Fashion Show by Country W... read more »
21) Celtic Festival
22) Brewer Master Class @ The Beer School
On Thursday, September 23rd join the Beer School for a Brewer Master Class with Carol Stoudt of Stoudt's Brewing Company.
The Brewer Series offers a rare chance to spend a few hours with the world's greatest brewers in an intimate setting.
"For Carol Stoudt, making high-quality beer is simply 'cooking with some science". Stoudt,the first female brewmaster in the U.S., oversees what many beer enthusiasts would consider
a beer theme park in the bucolic setting of Adamstown, Pa., about an hour from Philadelphia. Only 10 tickets are available so reserve your spot today. Class will be held in the Franklin Classroom at the Beer School from 7:30pm-9:30pm. 2008 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia. For further information and to register visit http://www.vinology.com/beer.php.
23) The Young Friends of The Philadelphia Orchestra presents Opening Night Under the Stars
WHO: The Young Friends of the Philadelphia Orchestra with Chief Conductor Charles Dutoit and Grammy Award-winner Joshua Bell
WHAT: The evening begins at the Cescaphe Ballroom, prior to the airing of the concert, where guests will enjoy cocktails and cuisine. The concert will follow dinner in the Piazza at Schmidts, located a half block from Cescaphe Ballroom. Here, young adults, ages 21 to 35, can view The Philadelphia Orchestra’s 111th Opening Night Concert live on a 26 x 16 foot Daktoniks LED screen. After dinner drinks and dessert will be served. Reserved cocktail and lounge seating will be provided. Complimentary self parking is located at North 2nd Street and Germantown Avenue. Dress is cocktail chic.
WHERE: Cescaphe Ballroom: 923 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123-2301, (215) 238-5750
The Piazza at Schmidts, 1050 North Hancock Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123-2342, (215) 467-4603
WHEN: Thursday, September 23rd, 2010
5:30 PM: Cocktails & Cuisine at Cescaphe Ballroom
7:00 PM: Concert begins in the Piazza at Schmidt’s (Concert is free and open to the public)
WHY: A portion of the evening’s proceeds will support The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Education and Community Partnership programs.
24) The 19th Annual Irish Fall Festival
Participate in the 19th Annual Irish Fall Festival in the Wildwoods from Thursday, Sept. 23. to Sunday, Sept. 26. The event begins on Thursday at 7am with a fun-filled golf tournament at the Avalon Golf Club. Followed is a night of live Amatuer Boxing held at the Irish Music Tent Thursday night at 7pm. On Friday, Sept. 24 to Sunday, Sept. 26 from 8am to 7pm, vendors with Irish merchandise available for purchase will line up at Olde New Jersey Avenue. Free entertainment by acts such as Birmingham 6 will also be featured. On Saturday, Sept. 6, a 5K run will be held starting at 8am at the AOH tent. Saturday's entertainment continues at 10am with the Brian Riley Pipe Exhibition featuring some of the best pipe bands in the East along with free Irish dance lessons.
25) VIDEO OF THE WEEK : Stairway to Heaven – Climbing a 1786 ft Tower
The commute of one worker, 1786 feet straight up. Don't watch this if you are afraid of heights! Best in "Full Screen" mode.
Tuesday September 21, 2010
27) FASHION EVENT
Saturday, September 25 at 9:00pm
Location: Park Hyatt at the Bellevue
Eurocircle Socializes w. The Pyramid Club
Thursday, September 23, 2010 in Philadelphia at 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Pyramid Club
1735 Market Street Philadelphia PA
RSVP Here: http://www.eurocircle.com/events/calendar/event.php?eid=2591
29) HAMELS FOUNDATION FUNDRAISER
30) Eco Arts
Sept 23 - launch
First Annual Manayunk EcoArts Festival will be a celebration of artistic, sustainable, and local green initiatives. On Sat., Sept. 25 from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Sun., Sept. 26 from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m
31) Physick House
On Thursday September 23, is the Annual Physick House Garden Party & Auction. There are few things more enjoyable than strolling through Physick House's pristine gardens on a crisp fall evening or bidding on their always interesting auction items. Click HERE for more.
32) Official AFTER PARTY for the Young Professionals Expo!
Friday, September 24 at 8:00pm
Location: Public House
33) Brandywine Harvest Festival
Eight Pennsylvania vineyards along the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail celebrate the bottling of the 2010 vintage during the 8th annual Brandywine Harvest Festival (Sept. 25-26 and Oct. 2-3). Grape-stomping contests, wine tastings and tours and live music add up to two big weekends of fun.