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Delaware River Waterfront

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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 […]


The Newly Revamped Pier 53 Has Its Ribbon-Cutting Tomorrow

Once the most beautiful development site in the city, Pier 53 is now done and ready to go. A ceremonial ribbon-cutting of the new park, […]


Peter Woolsey Offers Teases of La Peg

Last night Feastival had a party for the event’s sponsors and beforehand several chefs showed off the dishes they would be serving at the FringeArts […]


Driver Plunges into Delaware River Fleeing Scene of Crash

A man fleeing the scene of a car crash at Fourth and Arch streets drove his car into the Delaware River, police say. He sped down […]


All You Can Eat Crab Legs at Warmdaddy’s

Finally, somewhere you can dive into all you can eat Alaskan Crab Legs on a Tuesday night. And that place is Warmdaddy’s on Columbus Blvd. […]


Study: Intersex Fish Found in Delaware River Basin

Scientists are searching for the source of chemical contamination after a study found evidence of intersex fish in the basins of Pennsylvania’s major rivers, including […]


Midday Headlines: Saffron Says One Water Street Design Isn’t Good Enough

Better…but not good enough. That’s how Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron feels about the new design for One Water Street, a residential project planned for […]


Blue Anchor: Floating Pop-Up Restaurant and Bar

Summer was already looking awesome with the imminent opening of Spruce Street Harbor Park. But not only is the Penns Landing pop-up going to feature hammocks, […]


Sweet Public Spaces and Development on the Waterfront

The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC), which is giving a shot of adrenaline to Philadelphia’s underused waterfront, is planning several new public spaces to draw […]

City Life

Pennsport Teens Buying Alcohol from Cornhole-Playing Men Under I-95

And now for another edition of Drunk, Out of Control Philadelphia Teenagers! Last month at a Radio 104.5 block party show at the Piazza, some […]


Celebrate Philly At The #whyilovephilly Party

Looking for something to do Thursday, June 26th? Well consider yourself busy because Philly Love Notes, the Delaware River Waterfront Corp and Philadelphia magazine are hosting […]