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We’ve Got a Discount Code For the Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest Sneak Peek Party

Well, we’re officially on that slippery slope, when, whether we’re ready or not, holiday haps are starting to pop up every day of the week. […]

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Mayfair Man Who Intentionally Drove Corvette into Delaware: “What’s the Charge?”

[email protected] Only on Fox29. Meet the man who says he drove a 1990 Corvette into the Delaware River Monday.#fox29 — Dave Schratwieser (@DSchratwieser) November […]


Man Drives Corvette into Delaware River in Northeast Philly

Update: Police have pulled a red Corvette from the Delaware River in the Tacony section of Northeast Philadelphia. NOW: A Corvette has just been removed […]


La Peg Now Offering Brunch

La Peg is starting to serve weekend brunch, starting this weekend. The French brasserie’s  brunch menu will be served on Saturdays and Sunday from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. […]


The Lodge Returns to Penn’s Landing This Month

Approaching winter isn’t all that bad, because that means that Blue Cross Riverrink is about to open. And if you miss Spruce Street’s Harbor Park, this is […]


Adaptive Reuse Proves Difficult at La Peg

Rick Nichols checks in at La Peg, Peter Woolsey’s two month old French brasserie at the once-upon-a-time pump house that is now the home of FringeArts. Nichols finds […]


La Peg Reviewed

Citypaper’s Adam Erace recently reviewed the Philadelphia brasserie, La Peg, praising the restaurant’s architectural aesthetics, comfortable energy, and window view. However, while Erace enjoyed various classical options at La Peg, he […]


Nearby Beers All Weekend at Spruce Street Harbor Park

This weekend, Philly Beer Week is curating the beer list at Spruce Street Harbor Park. Today the riverfront park will feature beers from New Jersey […]


Seafood Boil at Morgan’s Pier

Today, Thursday, September 11th, Morgan’s Pier and chef David Gilberg will be offering a $30 seafood dinner for the Pier’s annual Seafood Boil. Included on the boil will be blue […]


Morgan’s Pier Launches Pumpkin Week

Well at least Morgan’s Pier waited until September for Pumpkin Week. The riverfront bar is offering $10 pumpkin beer flights from now until Sunday, September […]

Things to Do

Spruce Street Harbor Park Staying Open an Extra Month

If you were in mourning about the very imminent demise of Spruce Street Harbor Park, you can dry your tears—at least for a little while […]


Spruce Street Pier Extended Through September

The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation has extended Spruce Street Harbor Park through September 28th. The riverfront park was originally scheduled to close on August 31st. […]


La Peg Is Officially Open

Peter Woolsey’s La Peg is now officially open at Race Street and Columbus Boulevard. The brasserie in the FringeArts building has an emphasis on small plate […]


Summer Luau at Morgan’s Pier

If you’re not wearing white, or black or sweatpants tonight, perhaps  you want to break out your Hawaiian shirt? Morgan’s Pier is offering a luau with […]


Huzzah! Pier 53 Is Officially Washington Avenue Pier

Today was the formal opening of the Washington Avenue Pier, which you may remember — from yesterday — as Pier 53. Part of the Master […]