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How to Help Victims of the Nepal Earthquake

Nepal and the Katmandu Valley region were devastated this weekend by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake. Thousands were killed, many more were injured and many are still missing as the entire area was flattened. This part of the world already has a high poverty level, so a natural disaster of this level is even more devastating for […]

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5 Good Craft Beer Bars in Philly

By Cassie Helper, Examiner.com When a foodie morphs into being a self-proclaimed beer nerd, it is a glorious, whole new world with tastes galore. Gone are the days of drinking Natty Ice just because it’s cheap and provides a buzz. These days everybody from college students to corporate crews to refined hipsters want to actually […]

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What to Do This Weekend in Philadelphia

By Jeffrey B. Roth, Examiner.com Make this weekend memorable and take to the streets for some traditional seasonal events. See thousands of Santas run on the streets of Philadelphia. Spend a few hours learning about sweet treats from the experts who make candies. Celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birthday of Charles Dickens while enjoying […]

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The Perfect Date Night Locations in Philadelphia

By Tamara Anderson, Examiner.com No matter if it is the first date, a weekly date night, or a casual meet and greet, you want your time spent with that special someone to be memorable. The City of Brotherly Love offers romantic gardens, scrumptious menus, and extensive wine lists that all cater to couples looking for […]

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Best Outdoor Winter Activities Near Philadelphia

Christy Ayala, Examiner.com Frost on the windows and a chill in the air means it’s time for some winter fun in Philadelphia. Don’t let the cold weather stop you from staying active this winter; bundle up and get moving or you’ll miss all the fun this holiday season. From Center City to the Poconos, options […]

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