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Remnants week of 11-28-10


-A French electrician, who once worked for Pablo Picasso, claims that Picasso’s second wife gave him a trunk full of 271 of the famous artist’s works. Yeah, we think it’s a pretty solid story too…pfft.

-Philly sewing shop Spool will be open until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays during the month of December. Stop in between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. for special sales and deals. Spool Sewing

-Looking for a perfect gift for the wine-o in the family, why not a classy boxed wine? We’re not kidding. Details

-Need some guidance for your holiday shopping? Check out some Philly-centric shopping advice, you rookies. Philebrity

-Ogle a few videos of Katy Perry wearing very little clothing at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show. Oh, wait, that’s nothing new for her is it. Twirlit

-Fashion is getting a Fair Trade makeover. Fair Trade USA has launched an ethical certification label for clothing so now you can know whether or not you should feel bad about where the clothing you’re wearing was made. PR Newswire

-T0day is World AIDS Day. Inner Course, hosted by The Blockley, is an evening of art, giveaways and live hip hop for AIDS awareness. Starts tonight at 7 p.m. FIFTYONE-FIFTYONE

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