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WaWa WHAT, Rumor on Next Spot, Chadwick Wins Super Bowl Ball, Save The Date

Rumored Spot for Wawa, Chadwick Wins Super Bowl Ball, Save The Date

Wawa

Rush hour on the Schuylkill this morning. Sorry I’ve missed a few days on the ChitChat, so many events happening. When clients hire me to shoot their parties I try and place them in the media, and shooting day and night leaves little time for me do a blog post. I I’m going to try hard to have 6 entries in a row starting with Sunday 17 Bridges Update, and then featuring many of the parties I just shot, but focusing on their decor, which is fabulous.

Let’s check out HughE On The Town
Wawa
OK I heard this rumor a few weeks ago, and haven’t had a chance to write about it. Wawa is looking to open
is this long empty space at 33-37 South 16th Street. I think the last occupant was a Sprint phone store.
It’s right next to Steve’s Prince of Cheesesteaks and across from Liberty Two, which is my next story.
Here’s the listing
Liberty Two updated their facade highlighting the entrance to R2L, The Residences and the office tower.
It’s lit at night as well. Very nice.
I see Del Frisco’s Grille’s sign has been installed. They’re looking to open in November, around the same time as
Cescaphe’s new even space The Lucy, located next door at Broad & Locust Streets, both part of the
Cambria Hotel.  I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the passing of Neil Stein, my neighbor, and someone I admired a great deal. He
is the Father of Philly’s restaurant Renaissance. Mike Klein has a nice write up of him here.

Celebs in Philly Out and About:

Jake Elliott, kicker for the Eagles, dined with his girlfriend at Davio’s Philadelphia earlier this week. They both enjoyed the oysters as and other raw bar options, a spokesperson said.

Chadwick Boseman, in town filming 17Bridges movie stopped by a Malcom Jenkin’s fundraiser last Saturday night and had the winning bid on one of only 7 in existence Super Bowl Footballs signed by the entire team. No word on how much that set him back.

As part of Sonesta Philadelphia’s month-long Breast Cancer Awareness programming, Sonesta Philadelphia has commissioned 10 fashion figure sketches by Denise Fike that have gone up for auction today – all auction proceeds to benefit local non-profit Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

Each Denise Fike piece is inspired by the famed designs of Christian Dior, many of which are currently on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s newest exhibit: “Fabulous Fashion: From Dior’s New Look to Now.” Looks include –

  • Christian Dior’s 1970 Mrac Bohan Collection
  • Christian Dior’s 2004 Pret-a-Porter Collection based on Vintage Vogue Covers
  • Christian Dior’s Fall 2010 Couture Collection
  • Christian Dior’s Fall 1997 Couture Collection
  • Christian Dior’s Fall 2005 Couture Collection
  • Christian Dior’s 2008 Pret-a-Porter Collection
  • Christian Dior’s Spring 2007 Couture Collection
  • Christian Dior’s Spring 2011 Couture Collection
  • Christian Dior’s Fall 2010 Haute Couture Collection

These 18” x 6” figures are the perfect décor for a fashionistas home! The website to bid is www.BiddingOwl.com/LBBC, and Denise’s work is starting at $100/figure. The auction will end on 10/31 at 10:00 pm.


Where are you going to watch the Eagles on Sunday. PJ Clarke’s is starting brunch that day, so that’s one choice.
Check out Philly Voice for a few more spots. 

In honor of National Adoption Month in November, our agency will be hosting the 2nd Annual Share Your Heart Benefit Concert at Manayunk Brewing Company. On Thursday November 8, 2018 from 7-11pm, concertgoers can come join us for a night of great performances from two local alternative bands, The Barker Brothers and haha charade. All proceeds from the concert will go to Adoptions From The Heart’s Birth Parent Scholarship Fund. This fund has provided a total of 17 birth parents with financial assistance to attend either a four-year college or vocational school since its inception in 2014 . AFTH’s recent Birth Parent Scholarship winner is Felix Benyoussef, who started school this fall to pursue a nursing degree. Tickets for the concert are $20 per person, and can be purchased on AFTH’s 2nd Annual Share Your Heart Benefit Concert .


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