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Old 03-23-2014, 07:48 PM
 
Location: Rittenhouse, Philadelphia, PA
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So, Summer in Philly is approaching, which means that I have more time to work, and thus more money to spend. However, whenever I stay out past 7 or 8 o'clock, just about everything is closed but my favorite bubble tea house and coffee shops. While I like going to these places, it's getting pretty stale to just sit on my computer bored out of my mind and counting the minutes to when it's time to go home. I was wondering if there was anything for teens to do in Philadelphia in the evening besides sit at home and watch Netflix.

Daytime stuff to do would also be appreciated.

Ps: my curfew is 10, though sometimes I can get it pushed to 10:30 if I ask beforehand.
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Old 03-24-2014, 12:45 AM
 
Location: North by Northwest
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So, Summer in Philly is approaching, which means that I have more time to work, and thus more money to spend. However, whenever I stay out past 7 or 8 o'clock, just about everything is closed but my favorite bubble tea house and coffee shops. While I like going to these places, it's getting pretty stale to just sit on my computer bored out of my mind and counting the minutes to when it's time to go home. I was wondering if there was anything for teens to do in Philadelphia in the evening besides sit at home and watch Netflix.

Daytime stuff to do would also be appreciated.

Ps: my curfew is 10, though sometimes I can get it pushed to 10:30 if I ask beforehand.
There's always Shampoo.

Just kidding, Shampoo is a cesspool.

Are you here for City Year?
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Old 03-24-2014, 06:52 PM
 
Location: Rittenhouse, Philadelphia, PA
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There's always Shampoo.

Just kidding, Shampoo is a cesspool.

Are you here for City Year?
No, I'm a resident here, though I have done City Year and hated it. The kids were HORRIBLE !
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