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POSTED: Thursday, September 6, 2012, 2:52 PM

Warm Hues Hexagon Cookie Gift Box


These hexagonal vanilla shortbread cookies are inspired by crocheted afghans and look just as vibrant as maple leaves. Brighten up your cookie jar with these lovelies stacked inside. Available at Whipped Bakeshop.

Whirled Leaves Wreath

This wreath is subtly elegant and is the perfect all year round. But, it can totally be duplicated in a DIY project using brown paper bags or dried leaves. Plus, you can use it for a number of holidays just by wrapping coordinated silk garland or pushing sprigs of glitter in the middle. Available at Terrain.

Skeleton Scarf in Lavender

This piece by Thomas Paul is a fashionable cotton voile scarf that can also be used as a shawl or pareo. Available at roots inc.

Owl Umbrella Stand

What a hoot! This little guy would look so friendly in an entrance hallway and is probably the closest to a real butler that you can get. Available at Hello World.

Stewart and Brown Big Tee Dress in Cantaloupe

This simple oversized t-shirt dress is just breezy enough for running around but the medium length sleeves and rich rusty color are perfect for fall. Plus, the tie at the waist can be adjusted for a looser fit or cinched-in effect. Available at Arcadia Boutique.

Julie Moon Ceramic Skulls

Honestly, these ceramic skulls would look great as bookends all year round. Try them as the centerpiece for the dining room table with dried flowers. Available at Art Star.

Cheese Accompaniment Set

Whether you prefer red wine or craft beer, this set is the perfect compliment to your holiday cheese arrangement. Available at Di Bruno Bros.

Greensgrow Farms

Custom made window boxes, assorted pumpkins, squash, and sunflowers are just a few of the autumn-themed goodies you can find at their farm market. Available at Greensgrow Farms.

ReAnimator Coffee

This small, locally owned and operated micro roaster based in Fishtown is perfect for all of you coffee enthusiasts. How cute is the packaging? Available at a number of grocers and cafes across the city. Look here for a complete list.

POSTED: Thursday, September 6, 2012, 2:51 PM
Filed Under: Awesome | Phrequency Approved | Style

Albeit Lipstick in Peony

It's true, Anthropologie has taken their first step into cosmetics and has released a six-piece lipstick collection named Albeit. With a gorgeous color selection, retro-inspired gold tube, and cute packaging, picking up every color might be too easy. Vermillion, Mulberry, and Bisque are a few of the available shades. Available at Anthropologie for $18.

Coffee Scrub


Start your morning off right with this coffee body scrub that should awaken even the most tired of eyes. Available at Duross & Langel for $19.

Rhuby Soap


Art in the Age is a local favorite known for their specialty artifacts and craft spirits. Featuring lemongrass, coriander, and vanilla oils among other organic ingredients, it is a vibrant addition to one's bathroom. Available at AITA for $7.

U Bee Well Lip Balm


Barbara Gettes of The Spinning Leaves makes a seriously delicious lip balm with local beeswax and honey, lavender essential oil, organic tea tree oil, and the best olive oil she can afford! Her lip balm and more can be ordered directly from her Blogspot for $4 and is also available at The Herbiary (Reading Terminal and Chestnut Hill), Milk & Honey and the Mariposa Food Co-op (West Philly), and Art in the Age (Old City) for $3.

Mustache Wax


For the perfect all-day hold, this lightly scented wax with coriander and ginger essential oils will last you about a year's worth of mustachioed style. Available at Volta Organics for $10. 


Lavender & Aloe Skin Cream


No need to take a personal spa day when you have this soothing cream at home. Let the relaxation begin! Available at Bubs & Scrubs for $15.


Aww...Paw


Dogs need love too! This salve will not only cure dry paws but will take care of your hands too. It's also good on tattoos! Available at Emma's Friends for $6.

POSTED: Thursday, September 6, 2012, 2:50 PM

Thursday, September 13th



Mo Money No Problems
Silk City
435 Spring Garden St.
10 pm
$5 guys after 11 pm



Second Thursdays
Johnny Brenda’s
1201 N Frankford Ave
8 pm
No Cover


BET Music Matters & TDE Present: Kendrick Lamar w/ Ab-Soul & Jay Rock
TLA
334 South St.
7 pm
Tickets


The Woggles w/ Palmyra & The GTV's
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front St.
8 pm
$10

Real Time w/ Dubathonic & Jack Deezl
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front St.
11 pm
No Cover

Friday, September 14th


The [Un]Usual Suspects:
PEX vs Playloop with Lee Mayjahs? & DJ Everyday
Silk City
435 Spring Garden St.
10 pm
$5, Sign up here for free entry before 11pm.


Second Fridays: Pink Skull DJs
Johnny Brenda’s
1201 N Frankford Ave
10 pm - 2 am
No Cover


DJ DeeJay presents: MAKEOUTCLUB
Trocadero
1003 Arch St.
9 pm
Tickets


Popular Science w/ Grimace Federation & Sonkin
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front St.
8 pm
Tickets


Barstool Blackout Tour Presents: FOAM
The Electric Factory
471 N 7th St.
9 pm
Tickets

The Magic Message
w/ special guest DJ OneAuff
Medusa Lounge
27 S. 21st St.
10 pm
$5


Owl City
TLA
334 South St.
7 pm
Tickets

Saturday, September 15th


Anything U Can Shake YRHips2
Silk City
435 Spring Garden St.
10 pm
$3 girls $7 guys

Bloc Party w/ Ceremony
Trocadero
1003 Arch St.
8 pm
Tickets
 

The Dude Hates Cancer Afterparty
Featuring: Swift Technique, Cheers Elephant, and Orbit To Leslie
Johnny Brenda’s
1201 North Frankford Ave
9:15 pm
Tickets


Third Saturdays: Tips 4 Teens
Featuring: DJs Jason + Jeffrey + Manny
Johnny Brenda’s
1201 N Frankford Ave
10 pm
No Cover


The Big Ass Trap Rave
Music by Fuegomayo
Goldilocks Gallery
723 Chestnut St.
9 pm
$10 before 11 pm


Steppin' Out w/ Shawn Ryan and Dirty
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front St.
10 pm
$3


Maria Minerva w/ Father Finger & Night Panther
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front St.
7:30 pm
Tickets


Jägermeister Presents: David Nail w/ Drake White
TLA
334 South St.
8 pm
Tickets


Hatebreed w/ White Chapel, All Shall Perish, & Deez Nuts
The Electric Factory
471 N 7th St.
7:30 pm
Tickets

Sunday, September 16th


Bon Iver
The Mann Center
52nd and Parkside
7:30pm
Tickets


Third Sunday Brunch: I Only Have Eyes for Food w/ DJ Snakpak
Johnny Brenda’s
1201 N Frankford Ave
11 am
No Cover


Third Sundays: Smoke Signals w/ DJs Jem, Hodges, and Krivda
Johnny Brenda’s
1201 N Frankford Ave
8 pm
No Cover


Phonographic Arts Presents: Jack Of Heart
w/ Spacin', Super Vacations, The Residuels (members of Creepoid & Moonwoman)
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front St.
8 pm
Tickets at the door


Nightwish w/ Kamelot
The Electric Factory
471 N 7th St.
8 pm
Tickets

Sundae PM
Guest DJs Randall Jones & Hito
Silk City
435 Spring Garden St.
11 pm
$5

Karaoke
The Barbary
951 Frankford Ave
9 pm
No Cover
POSTED: Thursday, September 6, 2012, 1:51 PM

This Friday, take your lunch to The Porch at 30th Street Station for a Free at Noon performance by Canadian rockers The Sheepdogs. The first unsigned musical act to be featured on the cover of Rolling Stone has also won three Juno Awards, played at Bonnaroo, and released an album on Atlantic Records produced by Patrick Carney from The Black Keys. WXPN will be broadcasting live from The Porch starting with Morning Host Michaela Majoun from 7 - 10am and continue with Midday Host Helen Leicht from 10am - 2pm. Stay all day to hear Scot Sax & Suzie Brown (7-8am), Birdie Busch (8-9am), Frank Cervantes (9-10am), John Beacher (10-11am) and Ryan Tennis (1-2pm).

Listen to the broadcast at WXPN-FM 88.5 and online at xpn.org           

RSVP for Free at Noon here.

POSTED: Thursday, September 6, 2012, 10:54 AM

Summer might not officially end until September 21, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t feel like fall—from the shorter days and longer nights to the throngs of college students carrying backpacks and smoking cigs outside Starbucks (or maybe that’s just my neighborhood.) Luckily for all, September is also prime record release season…here are 8 records we’re excited about this fall. 

David Byrne and St. Vincent, Love This Giant. When two people as individually brilliant and creative as David Byrne and Annie Clark collaborate, you know the results are going to be incredible—and this record (described by Byrne as “a more intertwined collaboration than most I've done”) promises to be a high-energy romp through horn-laced experimentations. Check out the vid for first single “Who” right now—then stream the whole thing for free via NPR

POSTED: Wednesday, September 5, 2012, 2:55 PM

School is back in session, Made in America Festival has passed, and summer’s end is undeniably here. There’s only one thing that you can do about that: give summer a send off that you’ll never forget. How, you ask? With Locals + Only End of Summer Sunset Cruise.

Oh yes, you read correctly, the DJs who have been bringing you your favorite Monday pool party all summer long are sailing you into the sunset, boozing you up and making you dance. On Monday Sunday, September 10th  16th at 6 pm, a boat will be docked in between Dave & Busters and Cavanughs, about 100 yards from Morgan’s Pier. When it leaves the dock, you better be on board for four hours of free beer PLUS future classics & hot creations on the upper deck by Dave P. & Sammy Slice and Jayo & Ed Blammo.  In the cabin will be a Tropical Danse party provided to you by the Bottom Power crew: Dave Tidey, Russel Alexander and Tony Modica.

POSTED: Wednesday, September 5, 2012, 1:36 PM

This past weekend Made in America wasn't just about the music, the festival fashion was out of this world. We picked out the hottest, wildest and most festive outfits that our fab photographer, Marie Alyse Rodriguez, captured and put together the 11 looks we love at Made in America:


1. The 'tude, the flowers, the tank...we're loving it all.

2. Four ladies that put together four rad outfits. They're into the holiday spirit.

3.Best dressed besties. Adorable.
POSTED: Wednesday, September 5, 2012, 12:11 PM

All summer long excitement was in the air as people waited anxiously for the arrival of the highly anticipated Made in America Festival that Jay-z announced in May. This past weekend, the festival finally arrived, and it was just as magical as we'd all hoped it would be, if not more.

With acts like Run DMC, Pearl Jam, Drake, The Hives, Calvin Harris, Santigold, a surprise performance from Kanye West and of course, Jay-z himself, this is an event that Philadelphia will never forget. Photos by Marie Alyse Rodriguez.

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