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Check Out November's New Attractions in Philadelphia

By Antonia DePace | November 2, 2020 | Culture Food & Drink Style & Beauty

From two new boutiques to get your tresses done to a brand-new exhibit at PAFA, these new debuts are not to be missed.

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Photo courtesy of Madison Reed King of Prussia

Where to Glam

Keep your color up to date with Madison Reed’s (madison-reed.com) Unlimited Roots Membership. Giving you the option for touch-ups as often as you need with a monthly investment, the service is offered at all 22 Color Bar locations, which now include its first Pennsylvania brick-and-mortar in King of Prussia Town Center and a forthcoming sister location at Suburban Square.

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Photo courtesy of Greens and Grains

Where to Eat

After opening five popular Greens and Grains (greensandgrainsusa.com) locations across New Jersey and one in Philly’s Comcast Center, husband-and-wife team Lambros Psounos and Nicole Jacoby decided it was time to introduce their plant-based menu of salads, sandwiches and cold-pressed juices to Sansom Street. At the new outpost, opened in September, healthy foodies can enjoy a variety of grab-and-go items like velvety hummus—plus nutrient-packed smoothies like the Viva La Vegan (banana, almond milk, dates, cacao or peanut butter).

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Photo courtesy of PAFA

What to See

In a year that taught us the meaning of space, a new exhibit at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (pafa.org) explores the word in ways both literal and figurative in Taking Space: Contemporary Women Artists and the Politics of Scale. On view from Nov. 19 to April 11, the exhibit is curated entirely from the museum’s permanent collection, and features contemporary women artists like Deborah Willis, Stacy Lynn Waddell and Vanessa Marsh as they explore the multiple meanings, uses and sizes of the word “space.”



Photography by: Photos courtesy of Madison Reed King of Prussia; Greens and Grains; PAFA