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Open Site Explorer
This service from SEOmoz is ideal for researching your competitor’s keywords.
Tuesday June 18th 5pm-2am Grady O’s Irish Pub 1444 North Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA.
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There will be 4 Meetup groups in attendance for Happy Hour from 5-9pm
A night of music sponsored by 8 Entertainment Group – http://
Live entertainment featuring Craig Langweiler & David Kleiner 9pm til closing.
Nikki Sbaffoni (who just opened up for Brett Michaels) will be playing a great pick your own songs acoustic set in-between Craig Langweiler & David Kleiners sets.
Drink Specials for the evening will be:
$1 PBR DRAFTS
$2 Domestic Drafts
$4 Craft Beer Drafts
$3.00 Stoli’s and $5.00 Citywides all night.
$5.00 pulled pork and BBQ Beef Sandwiches.
Come on out and enjoy a great time with Tim McGuire and Colleen M. Dougherty pouring you drinks all night long.
Secondary Genre: Folk
David, winner of the 2009 Avalon Folk Festival performing songwriter competition, has been performing for almost thirty years. He has headlined clubs such as Charlottesville’s Prism Coffeehouse, New Jersey’s Barrington Coffee…
With so much happening on Philadelphia’s arts and culture scene, we want to make Uwishunu, in conjunction with sister site With Art Philadelphia, your one-stop-shop for all that’s happening with local art.
Every month, we gather our top art picks, featuring exhibits and events at smaller, alternative galleries and art spaces, as well as at the city’s major art institutions.
Thanks to the onset of the summer heat, it might be difficult to think of anything other than the beach. But with an endless variety of art festivals, exhibition openings, and more, there’s no reason to regret being city-bound.
Stay cool with our top picks for art happenings this June:
The Resurrectionist Book Launch: Thursday, June 6, 6-8 p.m., Indy Hall, 22 N. Third Street. If Disney and the Mütter Museum teamed up to write a book, it would probably end up looking something like Quirk Books’ latest release, The Resurrectionist, which investigates a world where mermaids and dragons not only exist, but provide the basis for human ancestry. Stop by the book launch to pick up a copy, if only for the morbidly fascinating artwork inside.
Haiku/QR: Opening June 7, LGTripp Gallery, 47 N. Second…