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Flavors On the Avenue Returns with One Huge Difference

Flavors on the Avenue returns for it’s 11th years with one huge change – this years event is moving from the big tent and into the street.

Flavors on the Avenue on East Passyunk Avenue - April 2017

“The past 11 years Flavors has been a neighborhood favorite and successful, so successful we could no longer accommodate all who wanted to participate. We outgrew the big tent! Making it a street festival allows for more people to attend while giving  exposure to the Avenue as a whole and all that we have to offer,” according to Pam Zenzola, Executive Director of EPABID.
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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Lume Creative Learning Studios to open in former Boutique W location

The 1200 sq. ft. storefront at 1916-18 E. Passyunk Ave. is about to get a new tenant.


Lauren Parker, formerly the co-owner of Mew Gallery that closed at 9th and Christian in 2010, is opening a new creative learning studio with workshops for visual arts, movement and music. Lume is expected to open in January or February.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Franklin Fountain’s ice cream is now being served at P’unk Burger

The old-timey ice cream shop in Old City called Franklin Fountain will now be serving some ice cream at an East Passyunk Avenue shop.


P’unk Burger is now serving shakes, floats and scoops of select Franklin Fountain flavors at their shop at 1823 E. Passyunk Ave.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Cloud N9NE’s former space now home to a pop-up boutique

Last month we told you about the vaping trend leaving East Passyunk Avenue, with two shops having closed in 2016. Now Cloud N9NE’s former space at 1832 E. Passyunk Ave. has a new tenant for the month of December.


Orgotton (Organic + Cotton), a women’s clothing line made from sustainable materials, will be selling their clothing and more at a pop-up shop in the location this holiday season.

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