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Maxwell, Dickens Fest, Johnnyswim, Holiday Parade in this week’s ‘Things To Do’
Dec. 1 - 4: Maxwell, Holiday Parade in Philly, bowl with the Eagles in N.J., and Newark Winterfest in Delaware are among this week’s highlights.
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Philly’s past meets its future in the final show at the Neon Museum
“Philly Based” features works by 13 contemporary transplants to Philadelphia, set against neon signs from the city’s past.
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Pulisic goal advances U.S. in World Cup with 1-0 win over Iran
The Americans play the Netherlands on Saturday with the chance to reach the quarterfinals for the first time since 2002.
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