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  • Reading Terminal Market, 12th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA
  • Phone: 215-351-0735
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Ground to Glass: A Cocktail Class at the Reading Terminal

Cocktails with local herbs and produce at Reading Terminal Market

Cocktails with local herbs and produce at Reading Terminal Market

On Thursday, August 25th, Aaron Gordon, owner of 13th Street Cocktails, his company sets up bars at weddings, catered events, tastings and even offers a bar on wheels, and now he’s going to host a cocktail class at the Reading Terminal Market on how to make drinks using herbs and produce from your garden or local market.

Each participant gets their own mixing station and light bites will be served to go with the drinks.

The class runs from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and costs $60 per person. Each guest will receive a hand juicer and recipe guide, in addition to the cocktails created.

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Get a Peek at Diner en Blanc 2016

Diner en Blanc Philadelphia 2014. Photo by Johanna Austin

Diner en Blanc Philadelphia 2014. Photo by Johanna Austin


Whether you’re a Diner en Blanc devotee or devoted to hating on it, the preview party Tuesday night at Reading Terminal Market will give you a peek at what all the fuss is about. Mostly, the fuss is about exclusivity, with a side of spectacle: Diner en Blanc, started in Paris in 1988, is an invite-only pop-up dinner party with thousands of paying guests, clad in all white, converging on a public space.

Philly’s first, five years ago, was at Logan Circle; last summer’s location at the Navy Yard was not as well received by attendees, but businesses seemed to prefer it to 2014, when several blocks of Broad Street in Center City were shut down.

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Four Philly Projects Named 2016 Knight Cities Challenge Winners

The Reading Terminal Market, already a crossroads for Philadelphians of all stripes, will serve as a bridge between the city's ethnic communities through a Knight Cities Challenge-winning series of cooking classes. Photo | Fletcher6 from Wikimedia Commons, licensed under CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Reading Terminal Market, already a crossroads for Philadelphians of all stripes, will serve as a bridge between the city’s ethnic communities through a Knight Cities Challenge-winning series of cooking classes. Photo | Fletcher6 from Wikimedia Commons, licensed under CC-BY-SA-3.0

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced the winners of the 2016 Knight Cities Challenge April 12, and this year’s 37 winners include four projects from Philadelphia.

The foundation received more than 4,500 answers to the question it posed: “What’s your best idea to make cities more successful?” The 37 winning ideas will each get a share of $5 million in grant money distributed through the challenge. All of them aim at helping cities attract and keep talented people, expand economic opportunities and create a culture of civic engagement. Read more »

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