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Millésimé & Ligne Roset & Arclinea Kitchens Hosts a fundraiser Cocktail Party

Ligne Roset Philadelphia celebrated community and the good work done by Need in Deed and Vetri Community Partnership at a private event hosted on Thursday evening, June 1, 2017 at their Old City location (33 N. 2nd Street). To honor the occasion, they auctioned off two Ottoman armchairs designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, with special Masai upholstery by Raf Simons. 100% of the silent auction proceeds will go directly to these local charities. Both organizations are doing incredibly important work for the youth of Philadelphia.

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Located in Old City 33 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Millésimé & Ligne Roset & Arclinea design showroom represents a collection of modern and contemporary furniture, lighting, kitchens and accessories for residential and commercial use. The Millésimé team provides expertise to architects, designers and individual clients.

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Zac Sivertsen and Megan Sivertsen

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Alex Freedman and Ilana Liss

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Vetri Cooking Lab is an out-of-school-time program for students in 4th through 6th grade that focuses on cooking, nutrition and food education featuring STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) core concepts.

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Toyin Ajayi-Frankel and Andy Frankel

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Richard Quinn and Lena Kim

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At Millésimé, I seek to inspire, connect and impact my client’s lives through curated collections of expertly crafted furniture, lighting, accessories and one-of-a-kind artwork. I’d love to share my vison and collections with you. Please contact me directly or visit our new showroom in Old City. – Jinous Kazemi

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Heather Huber and Danielle Zimmerman
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Ruth Snyderman and Rick Snyderman of the Snyderman-Works Galleries
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Heidi Nivling-Becker, Larry Becker, and Kimberly Kirn

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10% of all purchases during June 1-7 went to benefit the two worthy charities Need in Deed and Vetri Community Partnership

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Heather Huber and Danielle Zimmerman
29_0016a (Custom)Richard Quinn and Lena Kim.

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Your Summer Spot on The Delaware River Fishtown Hops at Sugarhouse

Your Summer Spot on The Delaware River Fishtown Hops at Sugarhouse

Last night I covered the opening preview party for

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Fishtown Hops located at Sugarhouse Casino

 

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The iffy weather let us explore the inside and outside of the newly renovated space which used to be Sugarhouse’s restaurant Refinery, but is now a more modern, rustic beer garden/gastro pub.

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Another element I really liked about the new space was you don’t have to walk through the casino to get to it, you walk along a lovely landscaped path on the right side of the building.

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6-22-2017 12-01-17 PMThese were samples at the preview party

  • Strawberry Salad

    $8

    Spring mix, strawberries, feta cheese, sunflower seeds & strawberry Champagne vinaigrette dressing

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The new menu has delicious treats like the Chilli Cheese Hot Dogs, I confess I had two.

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HD1_9920 (Custom)Wednesday through Saturday’s Fishtown Hops has happy hour with live music. Here’s the schedule

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The food at the preview party were sample sizes.

  • Candied Bacon

    $9.5

    Smoked bacon caramelized with bourbon brown sugar glaze

 

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  • Bruschetta

    $12

    Choose 3: Brie, apples & fig spread | Burrata, bacon, arugula & tomato | Sweet & spicy pepper jam & goat cheese | Roasted peppers, arugula & garlic cream cheese | Prosciutto, figs & mascarpone | Roast beef, caramelized onions & horseradish cream cheese

 

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  • Mac N’ Cheese Crab Bites

    $12.5

    Fried mac n cheese, jumbo lump crabmeat, Old Bay® seasoning & Cajun remoulade

 

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  • Deviled Eggs

    $6.5

    2 Jumbo lump crabmeat, 2 Bacon avocado, 2 Sriracha jalapeño

 

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  • Cheese & Charcuterie

    $14

    Soppressata, salami, pepperoni, prosciutto, Fontina & smoked mozzarella cheeses, fig jam, whole grain Hennessy mustard, grapes & assorted rustic breads

 

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They have lots of fun games, board games, corn hole, swoosh ball and Jenga. That game always makes me flinch.

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Then there’s this view which is amazing. Oh and I do like the casino too. If you follow me on Instagram Stories you’d know. I love that Party machine.

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Photos: Revivals Consignment Boutique Pop – up Fashion at Capital Grille

The Mainline’s best kept secret: Revivals Consignment Boutique 258 Haverford Ave Narberth, Pennsylvania, PA 19072 held another Pop-up fashion show and boutique at Capital Grill last week. Guests braved the NFL Draft traffic and enjoyed an evening of fun, fashion, food and catching up with friends at the pop-up.

HD1_7963 (Custom)Randi Kaymer, Eden Kratchman, Robin Eklund, owner of Revivals Boutique, Jillian Dunn, Store Manager Revivals Boutique

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A few of the fashionable shoes they carry

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Valiant Edmondson, Judy Jacovitz and Kim Rodgers

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Felicia Dragone and Debbie Cenci

 

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Morgan Brit and Eden Kratchman

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Mariska K. Bogle, ‎Executive Director at Philadelphia Hospitality, Inc

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Lela wearing a Reiss navy and grey dress size 4 $299 with a Hermes inspired pink clutch $150 and a Ted Baker navy suede strappy sandal $98

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Morgan is wearing an AMT Shirt $96, with Marlene Berger black pants $150, beaded neclace with tassel $125.

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Bryn is wearing a Nicole Miller black and white striped crop top size small $40, Leila Rose white and black print skirt with pockets #118
a COS clutch $108Black and White Faux Chanel pearl necklace $150 and a Prada Metallic Peep toe Pump size 9.5 $450

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Julia is wearing a Lavin black, white and yello tweed dress with fringe size 40 – $899/ Vince white sleeveless blouse size medium $118; Citizens of humanity white denim jeason size 28 – $65; Bottega Venetta black Patent satchel with lambskin $1499 and white stones necklace $118

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Lucky is wearing a Lucky Brand white denim jacket $65; Missoni mint green and beige maxi dress $450, and is carrying a Prada hob-gold with gold hardware bag $599; Twisted gold plated cuff $150; Casadei gold sandal $498

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Julia is wearing a Parker floral drop waist dress size small $178; a Prada petite red patent leather cross body $399 and a See by Chloe Beisge leather sandal $299

HD1_8046 (Custom)Leela is wearing a Shoshanna blue print strapless dress size ) $138. The Row Sidekick yellow cross body $1500 and a Delman gold strappy sandal size 8.5 $150
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Leela is wearing a gold brocade cocktail dress $750, a Chanel vintage bag with gripox detail $1850 and a Michael Kors gold platform sandal $285Pop

All the models at the end of the show pose with Robyn and Jillian

 

 

 

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James, the bar and restaurant Launched a New Menu for their Gastropub #FoodPorn

James, the bar and restaurant Launched a New Menu for their Gastropub
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According to my friends at Wikipedia: The term “gastropub” was coined in 1991, when David Eyre and Mike Belben took over The Eagle pub in Clerkenwell, London. Traditionally, British pubs were drinking establishments and little emphasis was placed on the serving of food. If pubs served meals they were usually basic cold dishes such as a ploughman’s lunch. I think we all can agree, especially the Yelpers of Philadelphia, that James, the bar/restaurant at 1835 Arch Street has delicious food.

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Recently they updated their menu with new choices, at affordable prices. I stopped by and took a few photos of the new menu items.

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Deviled Eggs, delicious and a great presentation – $8New
The James Wedge $10

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The James Daily Flatbread $13

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Moroccan Spiced Wings – $12

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The Millionaires Mac & Cheese Skillet – Lobster Mac & Cheese $14

NewRosin Green Beans – $6New
YUM – Coconut Curry Cauliflower – $7

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Cajun Shrimp Cocktail $14
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Penne Carbonaro – $21

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Drafts on tap

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Happy Hour Menu

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Saturday & Sunday Brunch

11am – 3pm
$5 Mimosas, $5 Bloody Mary, $25 Bottles of Champagne and 3 carafes of juice
Located in Center City Philadelphia across from the Comcast Tower

 

 

Friday 5/5 Cinco de Mayo -Margarita Special
Saturday 5/6 Kentucky Derby Party (Brunch & Stay for the Derby) hats encouraged! Most festive attire wins gift certificate

Sunday 5/7 Post Broad Street Run brunch

Sunday 5/14 Mother’s Day Brunch
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Inaugural Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival to be held Earth Day Weekend

Inaugural Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival to be held Earth Day Weekend4-12-2017 12-40-58 PM

Showcasing a juried slate of thought-provoking, exceptional new environmentally-focused shorts and features, the Festival launches as the first of its kind in the City of Brotherly Love

 

Philadelphia, PA, April 12, 2017 – The Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival is proud to announce the full film line-up for the inaugural Festival, which launches Earth Day weekend, April 21 – April 23, at the historic Prince Theater in downtown Philadelphia.

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Opening on April 21st with Fisher Stevens’ Before the Flood and closing on April 23rd with James Cameron’s Avatar, the Festival will showcase dozens of new shorts and features from international and domestic filmmakers on the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement, Earth Day weekend.

 

“Philadelphia is brimming with passionate people who care about environmentally focused issues like farm-to-table eating, sustainability and environmental justice.” said Executive Director, Debra Wolf Goldstein. “We wanted to do something big and impactful, and what could be more impactful than utilizing these visually stunning and moving films to engage and inspire appreciation and conversation about our environment?”

 

Festival founders, Debra Wolf Goldstein and Alexandra Drobac Diagne are thrilled to integrate the Festival into Philadelphia’s vibrant arts, culture, and green scene for years to come.

 

“The idea of bringing an environmental film festival to Philadelphia struck a chord in me like lightning! It seemed like an obvious need and long overdue for a vibrant major city such as ours,” said Alexandra Drobac Diagne, Artistic Director. “I am honored to be part of such a global passion and aim to program carefully curated, engaging and visually beautiful films from around the world each year. We have a strong lineup for our inaugural fest.”

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The Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival will honor Fisher Stevens, Director of the critically acclaimed climate change documentary Before the Flood, on Opening Night with the Festival’s first Environmental Advocacy Award, presented by founding sponsor The Nature Conservancy.

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Two prestigious environmental organizations — The Nature Conservancy and the Media, Pa.-based Natural Lands Trust — provided critical funding for this inaugural year of the Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival. The Wyncote Foundation and Drexel University also provided major support, along with an extensive list of other environmentally-minded donors and community partners.  All are truly making this new Festival a must-attend cultural event in the City of Brotherly Love.

 

Weekend passes and single tickets are on sale now and may be purchased through the Festival website www.philaenvirofilmfest.org/festival/buy-tickets/ or in-person at the Prince Theater box office (open MondaySaturday from noon to 5:00 pm).

 

The Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival will be a welcome addition to our city’s vibrant arts & culture scene, offering entertaining, informative, and inspiring environmental films for years to come.

 

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