A Piece of American History Lives at the Walt Whitman House

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It might surprise you to know that legendary poet Walt Whitman only ever owned one home, but it's true. This modest artist built his home in Camden in 1848, a relatively unassuming building made of wood—a stark contrast to the more regal red-brick structures that sandwich it today. And yet the Walt Whitman House, as […]

Knight Park: A Collingswood Community Spot

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Right in the middle of downtown Collingswood, you’ll find 60 acres of beauty and peace at Knight Park. This public land is used by a lot of different youth sports groups including soccer and baseball. There’s also a lot of open space for picnics, taking a walk, or just relaxing at lunch or at the […]

Pack a Picnic and Enjoy Some People-Watching at Rittenhouse Square Park

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Rittenhouse Square Park is a lovely green oasis located at 18th and Walnut streets, in the center of Philadelphia's tony Rittenhouse Square neighborhood. The planning for Rittenhouse Square dates back to the original plans of Philadelphia. Benjamin Franklin envisioned five green spaces for the citizens of Philadelphia to enjoy, one of these being Rittenhouse Square. […]

Daddy-O’s: We All Scream for Ice Cream

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For the best homemade ice cream you can’t beat Daddy-O’s. Recalling the bygone era of your friendly neighborhood ice cream shop, Daddy-O’s is a wonderful place for kids of all ages to indulge their sweet tooth. All products served up by Daddy-O’s are made in store, with a selection of unique flavors that can’t be […]

South Bowl Promises 26 Lanes And Happy Hour Bowling Every Week

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No plans for the weekend? Lace up your bowling shoes and head to South Bowl! Located at Front Street and Oregon Avenue, this bi-level venue—the sibling facility of North Bowl in Northern Liberties—is home to 26 bowling lanes, two bars, arcade games, billiards tables, and a roofdeck. What's more, local music acts regularly take the […]

AMC Marlton 8: Splendid Screen

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If you’re looking to get out of the heat in the Atlantic County area, why not head over to the AMC Marlton 8 to catch a flick. This multiplex offers a wide selection of the latest Hollywood blockbusters on good-sized screens with comfortable seating and good sightlines. Despite being a high-quality theater with reasonable prices, […]

Union Transfer: Plan A Music Lover’s Perfect Night Out

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It’s easy to find great live music in a city as large as Philadelphia, and if you’re looking to catch a set this weekend, pay a visit to Union Transfer. This popular bar and venue is one of the best places in the city for all genres of live music, from up-and-coming indie rock groups […]

Moonshine Power Yoga: A Workout Good for the Mind and Body

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Say “Om” at Moonshine Power Yoga, a well-maintained, professional yoga studio located conveniently in the heart of Cherry Hill. While the studio focuses mainly on power yoga classes that aim to build long, lean muscles and help yogis to lose weight, it also helps to clear you mind and improve your overall sense of well-being […]

Challenge Grove Park: Take the Kids to Play at This Colorful Playground

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At Cherry Hill’s Challenge Grove Park, children and families alike will enjoy hours of outdoor fun and recreation right in the middle of scenic natural landscapes. Lush green trees and thickly wooded forests surround the park’s perimeter, and the nearby Cooper River even runs by one end of the park’s corners. If you’re looking to […]

The Mutter Museum: A Healthy Dose of Medical History

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While normally brains in jars and disfigured skeletons seem a bit eerie, within the confines of Philadelphia’s Mutter Museum, these things are fairly commonplace. The museum, which is one of the finest museums of medical history in the country, features impeccable specimens used for learning about the human body. From anatomical specimens to antique medical […]

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