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Where to Park for the Philadelphia Science Festival

  Put your thinking caps on: On April 21, the Philadelphia Science Festival returns for its 7th year! Organized by the Franklin Institute, the nine-day, citywide festival aims to celebrate and build a community around science, engineering and technology to perhaps inspire the next Einstein. Through April 29, the festival will boast
  • Posted on 21 Apr 2017
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Where to Park for the Saint Paddy’s Day Parade

It’s no secret that Philly has a plethora of traditions when it comes to annual events, and when it comes to this upcoming weekend, the Philadelphia Flower Show won’t be the only event turning heads in downtown Philly. The 247th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will also be making its
  • Posted on 10 Mar 2017
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Where to Park for the Philadelphia Flower Show

If the recent warm weather wasn’t enough of a hint that spring is around the corner, here’s another one: The Philadelphia Flower Show is back and turning heads at the Pennsylvania Convention Center! Here’s the deal. From March 11-19, floral enthusiasts will have the perfect venue for some inspiration as the PA
  • Posted on 7 Mar 2017
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Donde Aparcar para el Philadelphia Flower Show

Si el clima cálido reciente no te da a entender que la primavera está a la vuelta de la esquina, aquí tienes otra pista: ¡El Philadelphia Flower Show está de vuelta y llama la atención al Pennsylvania Convention Center! Aquí está el trato. Desde el 11 de marzo hasta el 19, entusiastas
  • Posted on 6 Mar 2017
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Guest Post: Keys to a Safer Ride

  As the weather starts to heat up, many of us will be itching to take to the streets on our two wheelers. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of getting out on your motorcycle or scooter. But along with that great feeling comes dangers we should all watch for. Go
  • Posted on 27 Feb 2017
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Change of Time for 2017 Regular Board Meetings

The Board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority has changed the time for the regularly scheduled Board Meetings for 2017. Each Board Meeting will now be held at 10:00 am in the Board Room of the Authority’s Headquarters, 701 Market Street, Suite 5400, Philadelphia, PA 19106.
  • Posted on 24 Feb 2017
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Winter Driving Tips

Oh winter -- when we were young, we’d rejoice at your arrival. As snow would fall, our eyes were glued to the TV waiting for the much anticipated school closure announcements. If our school was on the list of closures, we’d jump for joy while our parents stood idly by
  • Posted on 11 Jan 2017
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Donde Aparcar para el Philadelphia Auto Show

Acelera los motores: Uno de los eventos anuales más amados de Philly, el Philadelphia Auto Show, regresa al Pennsylvania Convention Center. Aquí está la primicia: Desde el 28 de enero hasta el 5 de febrero, aficionados de los automóviles están de enhorabuena, habrá más de 700 coches clásicos, exóticos y conceptos en
  • Posted on 10 Jan 2017
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Where to Park for Terror Behind the Walls

It’s not everyday you willingly go to jail despite not committing a crime, especially when that jail is packed to the brim with zombies, ghosts and other figures typically reserved for a John Carpenter flick. Welp, that’s exactly what you’re paying for when you step into the halls of Eastern
  • Posted on 25 Oct 2016
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Guest Post: The Advancement of the Electric Car

1800s, when the first electric motor was built by New York mathematician Joseph Henry, people have dreamed of using electric cars to get to and from the places they want to go. By the 1970s, the Department of Energy began to offer funding to build an efficient electric car. A
  • Posted on 24 Oct 2016
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Cyber Security: 5 Steps You Should Take

I work in the field of cyber security.  Specifically, I focus on credit card information safety. I am sure it comes as no surprise that protecting credit card information is a hot button issue at the moment and people working in security are constantly trying to fend off every conceivable
  • Posted on 19 Oct 2016
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