philadelphia: How many know your history about The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, PA - 09/18/11 03:53 AM
 
The Liberty Bell – Philadelphia, PA  

 
 
The History of Philadelphia can be so amazing and intriguing. Learning about the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania can be an eye opener, because stories can get twisted as they are passed through generations. As I have gotten older, I really enjoy learning about American History and anything to do with or surrounding World War II. Living near the city of Philadelphia, and able to go see such sites as the Liberty Bell, which has been the symbol for American Independence for centuries, can be exciting.
History of the Liberty … (4 comments)

philadelphia: And who said blogging was fun.... RainCamp in Philadelphia - Networking & Friendships - 11/30/10 08:03 AM

Do you blog?  Do you like to network? RainCamp in Philadelphia is a great place to do both. Yes, I am listening, but also blogging.. I call this multi-tasking.
Here we have Bob Stewart and Ben Kinney talking about blogging tips, giving SEO tips, and so much more.
 

Are these types of events good?  Waste of time? I have been blogging for 4 + years now and as long as I can come away with 1 or 2 new tips and or ideas... and network with like-minded professionals, it's a WIN WIN.
 
 
 
 
 
Learning … (39 comments)

philadelphia: Come party with the Forefathers - RainCamp invades Philadelphia - 11/15/10 09:18 AM
 
Kerrie Greenhalgh wrote this post :
Philly....RainCamp is Coming Your Way! The main venue will be held on the 30th @
Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing 201 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd. Philadelphia, PA 19106 Here is some more information about RainCamp, how to sign up for it, and more information about Philadelphia. RainCamp is coming to Philadelphia - The City of Brotherly Love - November 30th, 2010 I am here to announce the Pre-Party on November 29th with some of the forefathers of Active Rain....... just use your imagination... The Swift Half Pub in the Northern Liberties section of … (32 comments)

philadelphia: RainCamp is coming to Philadelphia - The City of Brotherly Love - November 30th, 2010 - 11/01/10 07:46 AM
 

 

 
Ever been to RainCamp?  Ever been to the city of Philadelphia?  Well, I have two very reliable sources that tell me that RainCamp will be coming to Philadelphia on November 30th, 2010. I attended RainCamp 2010 in NYC back in January. Not only is it a good time, and a great time to network, but I learned some good information and tips from the 1 day session.
Come meet Bob Stewart, Kerrie Greenhalgh, and possibly Jonathan Washburn. I have had the pleasure of meeting all 3 wonderful individuals. And I am sure there will be a … (26 comments)

philadelphia: My 1st Active Rain meeting with an AR member..... Rob who?????? - 03/30/07 04:35 AM

I had the pleasure of meeting Rob Robinson on March 15, 2007. We picked this day because we are both college basketball fans and decided to meet in The City of Brotherly Love. We first met for some drinks at Mahogany's which is a cigar bar above Holt's Cigar Company. We had a few cigars, some good drinks, and some great discussion.
Rob happens to be my first contact with a member from Active Rain. Brian Brady was suppose to have been my 1st contact last month, but he had something come up last minute. And Ravi Shah was suppose to … (25 comments)

philadelphia: The City of Brotherly Love: Part 6 of 6 - The Surrounding Areas of Philadelphia, Travel, & Transportation ...... A series of blogs. - 12/02/06 06:24 AM

Philadelphia is laid out in a basic grid pattern. The commercial, historic, and cultural center is 24 blocks long—stretching from the Delaware River on the east to the Schuylkill on the west and 12 blocks wide from Vine Street on the north to South Street. Philly 's transportation is readily accessible and enables someone  to travel to and from Philly with ease. It also allows  those that live in the city or those that visit,  very  dependable  means of  transportation within the city limits. To the right is a picture of the Philadelphia International Airport-Phl
The City of Philadelphia is geographically located … (26 comments)

philadelphia: The City of Brotherly Love: Part 5 of 6 - Philadelphia Colleges & Universities ...... A series of blogs. - 11/27/06 05:39 PM
Don't let this picture scare you in regards to your kids going to college. This just happens to be a clasic when it comes to movies, Animal House , in 1978. But Philadelphia has some of the best Colleges and Universities in the Northeast Region. The University of Pennsylvania, once known as The Academy of Pennsylvania, was founded in 1749. Making it the oldest school in the Philadelphia area. There is some disagreement about Penn's date of founding because of a certain log found at Princeton University. But because of the uncertainties surrounding this, there is some connection between this school … (25 comments)

philadelphia: The City of Brotherly Love: Part 4 of 6 -- Local Sites, Restaurants, & Pubs of Philadelphia..... A Series of Blogs. - 11/26/06 02:58 PM
I would like to start off with a Philadelphia tradition at first. Am I keeping you in suspense? Take a guess....  Philadelphia is so rich in tradition in so many areas, it's hard to keep track of everything that this city of 'Brotherly Love' has to offer. And what I am about to talk about has no certain category or classification. It could easily have gone under Part 2 which was historic sites and the history of Philly. It could also have gone under Part 3 which mentioned the Arts of Philly.
The Mummers Parade, which finds its roots dating to pre-colonial times, resulted from … (37 comments)

philadelphia: The City of Brotherly Love: Part 3 of 6 -- The Museums, Parks, & The Arts of Philadelphia..... A series of Blogs. - 11/25/06 04:24 AM
Museums & The Arts of Philadelphia:
The art museums of Philadelphia offer a fascinating alternative to the well-known institutions of New York and Washington. In fact very few North American cities offer as rich and exciting an opportunity to view the full range and quality of American and European and world art as does Philadelphia.     Picture on the right:Philadelphia Museum of Art-- Where Rocky ran up the steps. As one of the largest art museums in the United States.
The nation's first art museum and school of fine art, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Founded in 1805 by Charles Willson Peale, this … (24 comments)

philadelphia: The City of Brotherly Love: Part 2 of 6 - The Historic Sites & Famous People of Philadelphia......A series of Blogs - 11/23/06 12:48 PM

Philadelphia is one of the most historically important cities on the U.S.A. It was settled in the 1640s by the Swedes. In 1681, Charles II of England granted land to William Penn in what is now Pennsylvania. Penn chose Philadelphia as the capital of Pennsylvania in 1682 (which it remained until 1799), optimistically naming it after the Greek for 'brotherly love.'
William Penn>>>>>>
Although the Revolutionary fighting originated in the Boston area, Philadelphia became the center of political activities. The First Continental Congress met here in 1774. The Declaration of Independence was drafted in Philadelphia in 1776. During the Revolution, Philadelphia acted as the capital. The … (19 comments)

 
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