Why BBQ when you can have someone else do it for you?

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini

Check out some of these fun summer specials at Philadelphia area restaurants! Il Portico (located at 1519 Walnut Street) in Center City will be offering free grilled pizzas during happy hour (6-8 PM) at the bar beginning in June and continuing through the summer. Choices are: fresh cherry tomato and anchovy, quattro formaggi (four...

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Amada Arrives: Is Philadelphia the New Hotbed for Spanish Cuisine?

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini

Amada Arrives: Is Philadelphia the new hotbed for Spanish cuisine? Just arriving home from an exciting and splendid trip to Barcelona, Spain this past Fall, my husband and I were compelled to search for an “authentic” tapas restaurant in Philadelphia. With the hope of re-capturing a sliver of our fantastic Spanish experience, we were...

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Il Portico: A Restaurant Not To Be Missed

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
Il Portico: A Restaurant Not To Be Missed

Nothing impresses me quite like a restaurant with outstanding food, fantastic atmosphere and top-rate service. Although some may agree that many establishments in the Philadelphia area encompass each of these important qualities, my experience has led me to believe otherwise. In fact, I am usually happy if at least one of the aforementioned three...

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Sapori Restaurant Review

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini

Sapori Restaurant Reviewby Marla CiminiOver the past few years, dining has become more of an adventure along Haddon Avenue, the main drag in Collingswood, New Jersey. As the town experiences its recent and ongoing resurgence, several new restaurants have sprouted up, a few have renovated their spaces, or moved to larger digs down the...

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Brandywine Valley: Something New in your Own Backyard

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
Brandywine Valley: Something New in your Own Backyard

    With all of the historical, picturesque and exciting points of interest that New Jersey has to offer, sometimes it is all too easy to overlook the nearby Brandywine Valley as a fun destination for a day’s (or even a weekend) getaway. But it’s certainly worth a visit. The Brandywine Valley’s rich history,...

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Williamsburg: Virginia’s Colonial Village Offers Special Events for the Holidays

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
Williamsburg: Virginia’s Colonial Village Offers Special Events for the Holidays

It is nearly impossible to visit colonial Williamsburg,Virginia without learning a great deal about United States history. With its impressive number of historic buildings and sites, Williamsburg is one 9f the first places in the U.S. that essentially invites visitors to step back in time and participate in `active” history lessons. Combining living reenactments...

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Women of Distinction: Miller Sees Kimmel as an Integral Operation

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
Women of Distinction: Miller Sees Kimmel as an Integral Operation

IN DEPTH: WOMEN OF DISTINCTIONMiller sees Kimmel as an integral operationLawyer and interim president of arts center is ready for the challengeby Marla Cimini According to Leslie Anne Miller, the zenith of her career just happens to be the position she holds today — as interim president of the Kimmel Center for the Performing...

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