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What To Eat (And Drink) At This Year’s Christmas Village

Last week, we told you about the snacking options available for those of you hanging out at Dilworth Park now that the ice rink is […]

Things to Do

Miracle on South 13th Street Lights Up on Saturday

When Travel + Leisure named South Philly’s Miracle on South 13th Street the best Christmas lights in Pennsylvania in 2015, it was only a matter […]

Foobooz

Tria Fitler Square Hosting Weekly Wine Markets

Every Saturday between now and the end of the year, Tria Fitler Square is hosting a wine market. Conveniently scheduled to coincide with Fitler Square’s […]

Foobooz

Franklin Square’s Holiday Festival Is Back with More Lights, Food and Drink

Franklin Square’s Holiday Festival kicks off this evening and runs through the end of the year. In addition to the free nightly light show featuring […]

Things to Do

It’s Almost Time for Electrical Spectacle in Franklin Square

We still have costumes and Trick-or-Treating to get through, but as soon as the Halloween candy is divvied up it’s a straight shot into the […]

City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: An End to the Summer From Hell

Things to Do

25 Things to Do for Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory @ Venice Island in Manayunk Pay tribute to Gene Wilder by watching one of his most […]

City Life

Tropical Storm Hermine Could Dampen Your Labor Day Weekend Plans

#Hermine could bring stormy weather along the East Coast during #LaborDay weekend https://t.co/EiJjNK46jp pic.twitter.com/MRewIzpWoj — NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) September 1, 2016 If you have Labor […]

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Spend Labor Day at Taproom on 19th

Labor Day and the unofficial end of summer is staring us in the face. But at Taproom on 19th, that unofficial end does come with […]

Foobooz

July 4th Weekend Clambake at The Olde Bar

Set on staying in the city this weekend? Here’s an event to keep you busy this holiday weekend. Sunday, July, 3rd from 2 to 6 PM, The Olde […]

City Life

11 Things You Might Not Know About Leap Year

Happy February 29th, also known as “leap day” — a lunar event created by humans to compensate for the fact that the earth doesn’t orbit […]

City Life

PHOTOS: Four LGBTQ Couples on How They Fell in Love

Couple: Anthony and Jason Henderson-Strong Status: Happily married. “We’ve been together for 10 and a half years. We’re both born and raised in the Philadelphia […]

Shoppist

4 Ways to Warm Your Cold, Dead Heart This Weekend

Whether you welcome Valentine’s Day with an armful of red roses or a sigh and an eye roll, the holiday is upon us. Here are four ways to […]

City Life

Jim Obergefell on Why “Love Wins” for LGBTQ Americans on This Valentine’s Day

This upcoming Valentine’s Day marks the first one since marriage equality became the law of the land. Looking back, have your views on love changed? […]

Be Well Philly

Do Free Yoga (and Get Free Champagne!) at SWEAT Fitness This Sunday

The best part of Valentine’s Day? The champagne, obviously. And this Sunday, SWEAT Fitness is doling it out — for free, no less — to […]