Events

Foobooz

The Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival Preview Party Is Coming to the Bellevue

The Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival is coming up on Saturday, May 19th. But first, they’re kicking off the spring season with their annual preview party […]

Be Well Philly

4 Philly Fitness Events for People Who Love Breakfast Foods

Look, we love the whole workout-followed-by-happy-hour routine. It’s great. But while a cocktail does make for a nice treat, there’s one thing we will always choose over […]

Foobooz

Show Off Your Skills at Oyster House’s Shuck Fest

Think you’re slick with an oyster knife? Oyster House wants to put you to the test. On Sunday, April 29th, the Sansom Street institution will […]

Business

300 Investors Will Gather, 34 Philly-Area Startups Will Pitch at This Year’s Angel Venture Fair

The Mid-Atlantic region’s largest convening of angel investors will gather next month for the 20th annual Angel Venture Fair at the Union League. This year, […]

Foobooz

There’s a Chef Party Happening at Joe Cicala’s New Restaurant

We’re still waiting for Cicala at the Divine Lorraine, the tony new concept from Joe and Angela Cicala, to open on North Broad Street this […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: “I’m From Driftwood” 5th Annual Spring Brunch Fundraiser

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is “I’m From Driftwood” 5th Annual Spring Brunch Fundraiser. Come celebrate the incredible video storytelling series “I’m From Driftwood” […]

Be Well Philly

5 Very Cool Workouts You Can Try at This Year’s Be Well Philly Boot Camp

Okay, not that we’re biased or anything, but as far as health and wellness events in the Philadelphia area, we really don’t think you can […]

Business

6 Can’t-Miss Events at This Week’s Women in Tech Summit

This year’s Women in Tech Summit (WITS), taking on Friday, April 13 and Saturday April 14 is sold out! That means if you secured a […]

News

Sing, Bake, Slay, Repeat: How Patti LaBelle Conquered the World. Again.

There aren’t many people at Capital Grille — three, maybe four tables’ worth — but it’s enough to make an entrance. As the maître d’ […]

Foobooz

Sneak Preview: COOK’s May Classes

COOK is just about to release their May class schedule. But as usual, Foobooz readers get a first look at what’s available — which’ll give you an […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: Commonspace Live’s “Looking Class”

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is Commonspace Live’s “Looking Class”. Commonspace podcast director Gabriela Sanchez wants you to “step into our looking class” as […]

Ticket

Villanova Basketball Victory Parade: Your Need-to-Know Guide

Villanova just won the national championship! It’s actually the tiny Main Line Catholic school’s third men’s basketball title – their second in three years, even. […]

Ticket

Movies: The Return of the Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival

Now in its second year, the Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival, aka PHEFF, promises 34 eye-opening films over three days at Prince Theater. Documentaries of various […]

Be Well Philly

21 Free Workouts, Fun Runs, and Other Fitness Events in April

Did we miss your event? Send us the details at ccunningham@phillymag.com. MONDAY, APRIL 2 FREE WEEK OF MAHA YOGA CLASSES There may be no such thing […]

Foobooz

Massimo Bottura, One of the World’s Greatest Chefs, Is Speaking in Philly

It’s not every day that Philly hosts a world-renowned master chef — and it’s even rarer that one will speak in public. Marc Vetri has been bringing […]