Sorry about yesterday's email about the Philly2Night.com VIP card. I realized most of the dates had passed but they have free events all year. Even at the $15, it seems like a good deal.
Hope everyone is enjoying the great weather - so much better than all that rain. Enjoyed the first beach days in Avalon over the weekend. Hopefully we can avoid the rain on Sunday for the Bike race. For those that do not know, the Bike Race is a big party on 'The Wall' in Manayunk. It is one of my favorite Philly days of the year.
A few weeks back, I went to a DJ event in FDR (near the stadiums). For anyone in to BMX or skate boarding, there is a really incredible area to play in - developed by locals who built if to play in - very impressive and still expanding. It is directly under 95. parkksating bmx area under 95. I just googled it and found this.
For anyone looking for good data on the Phillies season, check out this site: http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/PHI/2011-schedule-scores.shtml
I have been super busy in between the shore, Preakness, Phish shows (2 in Holmdel, NJ this week), and of course WORK. My Temple new build is going up quite nicely. Here is a photo from today. We are completing our HVAC, plumbing, electric, stucco, and brick work by this weekend and am ready to insulate and start drywalling next week. I think I already have them rented too which is great. In addition, I had a recent rehab in the northeast that we completed and put under contract within a week of it being on the market. Some photos here of that one. Plus there are other projects happening.....but I am never too busy to help you buy/sell as your Realtor.....And rates are still great as a headline I read this morning states: Fixed Mortgage Rates Continue Downward Slide. Freddie Mac today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS), which showed fixed-rate mortgages declining for the seventh consecutive week to new lows amid continuing weak economic and housing data. The 30-year fixed averaged 4.55 percent and the 15-year averaged 3.74 percent. - Mark
SPONSOR :: Boats & Brews: Whitewater Rafting Day Trip to The Poconos
We're off to The Poconos for an all-day, fun whitewater rafting trip! We take care of all the details - you just have fun, relax, and enjoy the summer weather. Check out below for all the details. Looking for pricing? Click "Packages & Pricing" to the right. Last year, this trip sold out! See above for past trip pictures. we would love to have you and your friends with us.
This trip is brought to you by: www.PhillyTrips.com
Where: Jim Thorpe, PA
Start Date: Sunday, July 10, 2011
DISCOUNT CODE: ZWICK20
SPONSOR :: Boats & Brews: Whitewater Rafting Day Trip to The Poconos
1) HELP NAOMI GET A NEW JOB
Career objective is to secure employment utilizing my experience along with applying knowledge gained from my Fashion and Retail Management degree.
At this time my personal goal is to become established in Philadelphia both personally and professionally. An ideal employment situation would be with a well established retailer working within the corporate side of the operation.
For almost 3 years I have carried the work load of a 40 hour work week while attending college full-time through the Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online working toward goal of obtaining a Bachelors degree in Fashion and Retail management. Coming down to my final few months of schooling I am looking forward to stepping into a growing career path.
I am willing to continue on as an Executive Assistant, Office Supervisor or Office manager with a company that extends potential growth from these positions. The eventual career goal is to work in visual merchandising, advertising, or marketing. I am not set on limiting myself to these career options. As I learn more about the industry I will be able to further expand my knowledge of positions offered. Email email@example.com if you can be of help.
2) The Ultimate Networking Event Live
Tuesday - June 7th, 6pm
Come Network With Professionals In Style and ComfortAt The Ultimate Networking Event you'll meet CEO's, Business Leaders and Decision makers from a variety of leading companies. You will learn and have opportunities to grow your business from some of the area's top business networking professional's.
3) Philly Guys Night Out: Monthly Happy Hour @ Club Risqué Philly
Wednesday, June 8, 2011 7:00pm to 9:00pm
1700 South Columbus Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Philly Guys Night Out will be having its Monthly Happy Hour at Club Risqué Philly on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. No cover charge if you mention that you’re with Philly Guys Night Out! We’ll be hanging out and discussing upcoming event ideas. New members are welcome but be sure to RSVP at http://pgnojune2011happyhour.eventbrite.com/.
Philly Guys Night Out is a social group for professional men in the Greater Philadelphia area that hosts events such as monthly happy hours, poker nights, sporting events and paintball games.
A) We’re No. 5! Philadelphia grew slightly from 2000 to 2010, retaining its claim to being the fifth-largest city in the nation. However, the Philadelphia metro area, which includes 11 counties, has dropped from fourth to fifth due to growth in Houston. [Philly.com]
B) Philadelphia great city for college grads
C) Le Bec-Fin owner opening Narberth Bakery
D) Order food at your seat at CBP through Twitter
E) Fittest cities: How Philadelphia fares
G) Dude, Where’s My Trolley? Septa unveils realtime apps for bus and trolley travel. [Plan Philly]
5) Morimoto for Japan
On June 7, renowned Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and STARR Restaurants will host Morimoto for Japan. Philadelphia's Morimoto restaurant will shut its doors for a private event where guests will enjoy a live cooking demonstration with Chef Morimoto showcasing his knife skills as he prepares a 200-lb tuna. There will also be a live auction. All proceeds will be donated to the Philadelphia-Japan Disaster Relief Fund. Pricing ranges from $300-$400.
Morimoto, 723 Chestnut Street, 215.413.9070, www.morimotorestaurant.com
6) PHILLY BEER WEEK http://www.phillybeerweek.org/
June 3- 12
7) Union to host Real Madrid at the Linc
8) PINK FLOYD FANS
9) VIDEO OF THE WEEK
Volunteer at the Philadelphia Zoo
If you are a positive, energetic person who likes working with people, the Philadelphia Zoo has the volunteer opportunity that is right for you. Volunteering at the Zoo offers you a tremendous opportunity to become involved with the Zoo's educational programs and conservation efforts. The Philadelphia Zoo is always looking for more volunteers and can accommodate you whether you want to volunteer from time to time or on a regular basis. If you love animals, love people, and love the idea of working at the Zoo, there’s a place for you!
Interested in finding out more? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-243-5200. Volunteer applications are also available online.
11) JOB:: IT/ COMPUTER TECH/ SOFTWARE/ WEB DESIGNER
Huntingdon Valley based company looking to hire full or part time computer manager to develop company website and support internet sales operations.
Must 1) Be at least 18 years old
2) Be extremely knowledgeable in web design and development
3) be able to use and program in VB 6 (visual basic 6)
This is a salaried position with commission. Base salary is negotiable.
Please email resume to: Moniquest@aol.com and/or fax to 215 947 8997
12) Quest to Unravel Alzheimer's Scavenger Hunt
Team up with your friends to solve clues and complete challenges in a race through the city and against the clock. It's a great time for a great cause! For more information or to register, visit www.quashnow.org.
13) DOLLAR DOG NIGHT AT THE PHILLIES
Monday, June 6:
It’s Dollar Dog Night at Citizens Bank Park, so kick back, fill up and enjoy the Phillies vs. Dodgers game.
14) GLEE FANS
Wednesday, June 8:
For all the Gleeks out there, catch the cast members at a special live event at the Wells Fargo Center.
15) CHEAP STAR SIGHTINGS
Thursday, June 9:
For only $5 you can enter the stars with the Franklin Institute’s Night Skies in the Observatory.
16) New Dentist to Center City Philadelphia
Dr Hamida Shirazy is now practicing in Philadelphia at Rittenhouse Dentists. Our new office is located at 1801 Pine Street in Center City Philadelphia and is accepting new patients into the practice. We welcome you to our office.
Dr Shirazy is a graduate of Temple University School of Dentistry here in Philadelphia and received additional training in General Dentistry at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. In addition she has completed many hours of continuing education to keep up with the latest advances in Dentistry.
Rittenhouse Dentists is a full service general dental practice with a focus on comprehensive and compassionate patient care. At our practice, we strive to use the latest in modern dental technology to provide the highest level of care to our patients. We feature digital radiography, laser technology and treatments, metal free restorations such as all ceramic crowns, inlays, onlays and veneers, composite (tooth colored fillings), dental implants, invisalign treatment and several levels of tooth whitening to suit all your dental health needs.
We accept and participate with most of the major PPO dental insurances and will process your claim electronically for your convenience. We also feature Care Credit and Chase financing programs for those patients who wish to utilize those services for any of their dental needs.
Please call 215 545 8600 to make an appointment or visit our website at www.rittenhousedentists.com to make an appointment on-line.
Healthy, beautiful smiles are our goal. We look forward to helping you achieve yours.
Dr Hamida Shirazy, Rittenhouse Dentists
1801 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 : Tel: 215 545 8600, email@example.com, www.rittenhousedentists.com
17) AT&T National Takes to the Links Again
For the second straight summer, many of the world's best golfers will travel to the Philadelphia area to compete in the AT&T National, June 28-July 3, at Aronimink Golf Club. The PGA Tour event benefits the Tiger Woods Foundation. Justin Rose is the defending champion.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.attnational.org.
18) Dragon Boats back on the Schuylkill
This weekend also marks the return of the Independence Dragon Boat Regatta to the Schuylkill River. Hundreds of competitors of all ages and skills will battle it out on Saturday, June 4. For more information, visit www.independencedragonboat.com.
19) PHILADELPHIA DISC GOLF COURSE
In fairmount park: http://www.sedgleywoods.org/ (2nd oldest in country - who knew? - MZ)
20) Roots Picnic
Philadelphia's busiest musicians return to the Festival Pier at Penn's Landing for the fourth annual Roots Picnic. Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding, Wiz Khalifa, and hip hop legend Nas will join The Roots for an incredible day of performances. (June 4).
21) Odunde Festival
One of the city’s largest street fairs, Odunde features live music and dance performances, vendors from around the globe and palate-pleasing foods inspired by African and African-American cultures. (June 10-12)
22) THE PHILADELPHIA BURGER BRAWL
The fight to be crowned Philly’s Burger Champ begins at The Philadelphia Burger Brawl at then William M. Meredith Elementary School on June 4th from 2-6PM. The inaugural Philadelphia Burger Brawl is a community event that will bring together top chefs from 18 of Philly’s best burger restaurants to compete for the title of “Philly’s Best Burger.” The honor will be determined by popular vote and a panel of local foodies including Marc Summers of Food Network’s Unwrapped, Fox 29’s Mike Jerrick, and former Gov. Ed Rendell. All proceeds from the event will go towards the construction of a new computer lab at the William M. Meredith Elementary School.
Participating Rittenhouse Row Restaurants: 10 Arts Bistro & Lounge, 500 Degrees, Alfa, Butcher & Singer, Ladder 15, Rouge and Table 31.
For more information and a full list of participants visit: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Philadelphia-Burger-Brawl/219565208059149?sk=info
To purchase tickets visit: http://philadelphia-burger-brawl.ticketleap.com/
23) CHARITY EVENT TO FIGHT CHILDHOOD OBESITY
At the Water Works in Philly, June 5th at 5:30PM
24) Philly Brew and Chew Featuring Victory Brewing Co. and Troegs Brewing Co.!
Full Event Details: http://www.upcomingevents.com/event/7719/
The Philly Brew & Chew is a monthly two-hour event, featuring a select craft brewer. The twist for beer week is we have chosen not one, but two breweries. We will be featuring a two hour open bar, where we will pair Victory Brewing Co.’s “”Headwaters Pale Ale”” and “”Summer Love””, as well as Troegs Brewing Co.’s “”Flying Mouflan”” and “”Dreamweaver”” with four different tapas style appetizers. Another Beer Week twist, vote for your favorite of the four featured beers and it will be on special for $3 for the rest of the night. Two floors, two beers, great pairings - one price. Only $20 to attend, but you must sign up at http://www.phillybrewandchew.com.
25) CENTER CITY SIPS
Starts June 1st
26) SPELLING BEE
On Wednesday, June 8, the Raven Society is excited to host an awesome spelling bee at Bob and Barbara's. Bring your friends, have some drinks, enjoy some food, and test your spelling skills.
More details will be coming, but we hope you'll save the date.
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Bob and Barbara's
1509 South Street
Phildelphia, PA 19146
Excited to have an awesome time on June 8th?! Please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
27) Jaycees & Philly2Night.com Networking Mixer with 2-Hour Open Bar
Full Event Details: http://www.upcomingevents.com/event/7678/
On June 8 the Philadelphia Jaycees, Junior Chamber, will announce their partnership with Philly2Night.com’s VIP Club with a launch event at The Pyramid Club, 1735 Market Street, 52nd Floor, featuring a 2-Hour Open Beer and Wine Bar, plus Philly-Style Food including Mini Cheesesteak Rolls, Flatbreads and Fresh Soft Pretzels—for ONLY $25 per person - including tax & gratuity (RSVP by May 31); $35 per person (RSVP June 1 - 8). Sorry, there will not be any tickets sold at the door for this event. The best part is that all Jaycees’ members (annual dues only $75) will be eligible to sign up for Philly2Night.com’s VIP Club for only $5 per month for June, July, August -- (reg. $15 per month) to receive: Entry to 10-15 FREE events per month (over $500 in value per month) Entry to Open bars, beer/wine tastings, concerts, free food, grand openings, movie screenings and more Receive “”2 for the price of 1”” - ability to bring 1 guest to every event Receive one $10 restaurant gift card every month We’ll see you there!
28) BEETHOVEN'S FIFTH
PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
July 9, 8:00PM
Celebrate the long awaited triumphant Mann return since 1976 of the internationally acclaimed Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Welcome them back to the Mann's grand main stage in an unforgettable night of all Beethoven. Experience some of his most memorable masterpieces, concluding with his most popular work of all time - the mighty 5th Symphony! Read more...
29) The Main Line Summer Singles Eligibles Party!
Full Event Details: http://www.upcomingevents.com/event/7516/
The Summer Singles Party IS HERE!! Mix and mingle with sexy singles while trying to spark that new romance. Show us your moves while dancing to hit music. Enjoy delicious drinks & sumptuous fare. Make new friends while breaking the ice with “”Lock & Key Events””. Most of all.... Have Some Fun and Flirt! Plan a date and maybe even fall in love! Includes: Complimentary 6 month subscription to Main Line Today Complimentary VICE Vodka Icewine Martini tastings! Video from the Last Singles Party Discounted tickets available. Purchase by May 27th - just $15. $20 after May 27th in advance, $25 at the door (MUST print and bring this page otherwize $30 at the door).
30) 19th Annual Islamic Heritage Festival
Part of the PECO Multicultural Series at Penn’s Landing for Summer 2011
Presented by the Islamic Cultural Preservation and Information Council (ICPIC), the Nineteenth Annual International Islamic Heritage Festival is part of the PECO Multicultural Series. This FREE and unique event draws visitors, vendors, and Islamic scholars from all over the country. Taking place on the RiverStage at Penn’s Landing, Columbus Boulevard and Chestnut Street on June 11, 2011 from 2p.m. – 8 p.m., the event will be a chance to experience authentic Islamic cuisine, music and entertainment along with learning about the rich Islamic heritage and history. PECO is a proud supporter of the Multicultural series at Penn’s Landing which features eleven different ethnic festivals as part of the 2011 free summer program season at Penn’s Landing.
31) BEER FESTIVAL
32) Celebrating Local Pride, Local Music and Amazing Craft Beer!
Dock Street Philly Beer Week Music Fest- Sunday June 12th!
Helloooo Summer! Dock Street Philly Beer Week Music Fest is back just in time for sun, warm weather, tunes and resfreshing beers. On Sunday June 12th from 2-6pm Dock Street Brewery, on the corner of 50th & Baltimore, once again transforms into an indoor and outdoor celebration of great beer, great food and awesome sounds. The festival brings together some of the best of local music including Bardo Pond, DA COMRADE!, and TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb! Entry to the festival is free. Stay tuned for more details!