Love City Brewing Is Now Open in Spring Arts

Love City Brewing, the latest addition to Arts + Crafts Holdings’ Spring Arts district, debuts this afternoon at 1023 Hamilton Street. The brewery and tasting room, located […]

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Get Free Massages and Acupuncture at the New South Philly Community Acupuncture

Good news for all the South Philly readers who are dealing with stress, anxiety, or pain: Relief is on the way. South Philly Community Acupuncture — which […]

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When the Sky Was the Limit: A Flashback to Philly’s First World’s Fair

The first episode of Sam Katz’s documentary series, Philadelphia: The Great Experiment, aired in April 2011 — seven years ago! On Thursday night, you can […]


Jose Garces in Crisis: The Trials of a Celebrity Chef

There was no point in standing around waiting for a reaction, so Jose Garces stayed in the kitchen. He served plates of piquillo peppers, brochettes […]


Saxbys Expands With the Launch of a New Student-Run Cafe

On Monday, Saxbys expanded yet again through a partnership with La Salle University — its fourth partner institution in Pennsylvania — to open the fifth […]

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Kimmel Center to Host City’s First-Ever “LGBTQ State of the Union”

The Office of LGBT Affairs and Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs are bringing back their “Community Conversations” initiative in an epic way through a partnership […]


Sandler’s on 9th Will Bring American Comfort Food to Washington Square

Upscale American comfort food is coming to The Franklin this summer. Paul Sandler, a general manager for The Palm in Atlantic City and Philly for […]


A Fine Dining Soul Food Spot Is About to Open in West Philly

Philly chef Barbara Devan is bringing downtown fine dining to West Philadelphia. An upscale version of Tastie’s, Devan’s soul food kitchen, will open this Friday, […]


Here’s Why More Women Should See Themselves as “Women in Tech”

Recently, there has been much discussion of increasing the number of women and minorities represented in technology. The discussions are shedding light on startling statistics […]


Drink Milkshakes at Joe’s Steaks, Help Save Milkshake the Pig

There are lots of animals at Kensington’s Greensgrow Farms. Cats, chickens, and ducks all roam there, but Milkshake the Pig has become the urban farm’s […]


Should Starbucks Fire the Manager Who Called the Cops on Two Black Patrons?

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson will be in Philadelphia on Monday to meet with Mayor Kenney and Police Commissioner Richard Ross over an incident that left […]


How Mount Airy’s Malcolm Nance Became a Hero of the Resistance

As predicted, the Revolution was not televised. But fear not. On MSNBC, the Resistance — which is sort of the Revolution’s less-stoned cousin — is […]


You Can Own Campbell Soup Heiress Dorrance “Dodo” Hamilton’s Treasures

The legacy of Dorrance “Dodo” H. Hamilton, the late Campbell Soup Co. heiress, is one of boundless philanthropy. But two auctions coming this spring reveal […]


Ralph’s Is Adding Two New Concepts in the Italian Market

An Italian Market mainstay is expanding its footprint with not one but two new concepts. Ralph’s Italian Restaurant, which has been in place at 760 […]


Dreaming of Tesla’s Model 3? You Can Now Go See One in the Philly Area

More than 450,000 pre-orders have been placed for Tesla’s highly anticipated Model 3, the new and more affordable electric family sedan. If you’re thinking about […]