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Jan 21, 2011

What You're Doing Tonight is now closed. For your nightlife fix, check out The Feast >>

What You're Doing Tonight is now closed.  For your nightlife fix, check out The Feast >>

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Jul 6, 2011

1/21: Happy Hour Deals and a Roomful of Blues

1/21: Happy Hour Deals and a Roomful of Blues

Fashion, music and more This Friday

Jul 6, 2011

1/20: The Social Elements of Music

1/20: The Social Elements of Music

Thursdays are all about socializing, mellow tunes and elements

Jul 6, 2011

1/18: Pub Prizes, Pool and Seafood Picks

1/18: Pub Prizes, Pool and Seafood Picks

Seafood happy hour, quizzo and pool in Old City

Jul 6, 2011

1/17: Sidecar Drinks, Singing Sensations and "The Social Network"

1/17: Sidecar Drinks, Singing Sensations and "The Social Network"

Happy hour, a $3 movie and Mark Ballas from DWTS

Jul 6, 2011

1/15-1/16: Pop, Parties and Performances

1/15-1/16: Pop, Parties and Performances

Lemon Ball, Hair O’ The Dog, music and Restaurant Week

Jul 6, 2011

1/14: Sangria, The Smithereens and a Hip-Shaking Elvis

1/14: Sangria, The Smithereens and a Hip-Shaking Elvis

Happy hour at Chifa, an 80s sensation and Elvis birthday bash

Jul 6, 2011

1/13: Seafood Specials, a Rock Show and Symphony

1/13: Seafood Specials, a Rock Show and Symphony

Happy hour, indie rock at North Star and the Philadelphia Orchestra

Jul 6, 2011

1/12: Smarts, Skills and Stand-Up

1/12: Smarts, Skills and Stand-Up

Quizzo, karaoke and comedy from Marc Maron

Jul 6, 2011

1/11: Mexican, Open Mic and Meeting Connections

1/11: Mexican, Open Mic and Meeting Connections

Tequila specials, a networking event and open mic at Tritone

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