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Brave New World



The election is over. Choices have been made. Time to move forward. Excited to get back to business and work on exciting projects. I hope that people can and do come together and that our economy maintains its strength. I hope the financial markets continue to perform well and that banks keep lending. As always, I want to help people buy houses, rent spaces, start businesses and do awesome things. Tell your people who want to get something done: call Christopher Plant, that MoveToPhilly guy, he will help you get what you need.


Cheers To You. Cheers To Us.

A Collective Moment of Opening Day Zen


Let’s all have a collective moment of Opening Day Zen as we wish the Phillies a stellar season. With a less than impressive standing last year (73-89, landing them in 5th place in NL East), the loss of a few familiar faces, and recent sharp comments from the likes of Hamels and J-Roll, we need to get our head back in the game. Today the Phillies are back at Citizens Bank Park to face off with the Red Sox for the home opener. We at M2P are all staying positive and believing that here in Philly, anything can happen… even World Series wins.

To kick things off, those outside at 2:13 p.m. can line up on 10th Street and cheer on our boys as they make their “Leadoff Walk” into the park. Pre-game anthems to be sung the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Men’s Chorale, as reps from all of the Armed Forces unfurl an enormous American flag. Hamels is expected to start, so for the time being we’ll forgive him for the less-than-positive remarks and for those annoying Red Sox rumors. Get tickets here

Let’s Go, Phillies!



Filadelphia: Carnaval en Philly

Tomorrow night Tropicalismo, Philly’s leading platform for Afro-Latin-Caribbean culture, presents Carnaval en Philly- a celebration in Latin music, folklore, dance, food, live performances and artistic expression. Tropicalismo is teaming up with art gallery Taller Puertoriqueno to bring Carnaval’s rich culture and traditions right here to the City of Brotherly Love. Come check out art, photography and sculpture from the likes of Jaime Alvarez, Grimaldi Baez, and Miguel Antonio Horn.

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$11M Donation Will Give 5 Philly Parks Major Facelift

$11M will be donated by The William Penn Foundation and The Knight Foundation in order to breathe life into 5 of Philadelphia’s public parks. According to, the money will be divided by the Fairmount Park Conservancy to fund the following projects: