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Things to Do

The Ultimate Guide to Philly’s Pop-Up Holiday Markets

Christmas Village For holiday shopping with an international flavor, stop by this open-air maze of pop-up shops in Love Park. In addition to the beer […]

dilworth park ice skating holiday season
City Life

Ice Skating and Tree Lighting: The Holiday Season Is Upon Us

Break out your ice skates, mittens, string lights and jawnaments, Philly: Holiday season is nigh. Sure, we’re still in early November, but we’ve nonetheless got […]

christmas tree, curb
City Life

No More Curb Recycling for Christmas Trees in Philly

The holidays are officially over – and that means Christmas trees will soon litter every curb in Philly. But those looking to recycle their trees […]

Foobooz

Sip Christmas Cocktails and Dank, Dark Beers at The Cambridge

Today, December 21st, is the winter solstice — that is, the shortest day of the year. That also means that tonight is the longest night […]

Foobooz

7 Philly Restaurants Serving the Feast of the Seven Fishes

If you celebrate Christmas, you’re probably familiar with some iconic holiday foods: candy canes, cookies and milk put out for Santa, eggnog, maybe oranges and […]

Foobooz

Puyero Is Serving Christmas Cheer, Venezuelan Style

The folks at Puyero are wrapping up some Venezuelan Christmas cheer. For owners Gil and Simon Arends and Gil’s wife Manuela Villasmil, that means two things: […]

Things to Do

Your Bucket List for the Most Magical Holiday Season in Philadelphia

It’s already mid-December, and that means that we’ve got some serious holiday merry-making to get to. Whether that involves drinking hot cocoa — or drinking […]

Things to Do

This Week in Movies

Canyon Cinema 50 @ Lightbox Film Center | Wednesday, December 13 This program of short films pays tributes to 50 years of experimental and avant […]

City Life

What’s It Like to Wear the Big Red Suit?

Santa Bernard How do you deal with skeptical kids? If a child asks me if I’m the real Santa, I usually ask, “What do you […]

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City Life

Buy Your Loved Ones a Jawnament This Holiday Season

People are particular about Christmas trees. Some prefer to don flannels and boots and cut them down themselves. Others, like our own Fabiola Cineas, would rather order […]

Business

Online Christmas Tree Delivery Has Come to Philly

If, like me, you have zero interest in picking out a Christmas tree at some far away farm only to be burdened with lugging it […]

Be Well Philly

20 Farms Near Philadelphia Where You Can Cut Down Your Own Christmas Tree

Is it really the holidays without a pine needles covering your entire house? It’s just not as festive when there isn’t an air of evergreen filling the […]

Business

Here’s How Much Philly Will Spend Shopping Online for the Holidays

Shoppers got really busy over the weekend beginning on Thanksgiving Day, and a report from Adobe Digital Insights predics that Cyber Monday will only top […]

Business

I Love My Job: Wanamaker Organ Master Peter Conte

On Friday, the Macy’s light show returns to the department store’s four-story-high Grand Court atrium, with each show (there are six daily through the end […]

City Life

Sixers to Play on Christmas Day AND in London

Big day for Philly basketball fans with reports that the 76ers will make their long-awaited return to Christmas Day action, as well as the official […]