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Foobooz

Here’s What You’ll Be Eating and Drinking at Parks on Tap

Parks on Tap, the roving beer garden that pops up in city parks across Philadelphia each summer, officially begins at the Azalea Garden behind the Philadelphia Museum […]

Be Well Philly

Where 6ABC’s Melissa Magee Goes for Healthy Food, Workouts, and Self-Care in Fairmount

Philly has an insanely wonderful fitness scene, but the truth is, many of us tend to stick to our own neighborhoods — we’ve all got […]

Foobooz

Bread Wizard Alex Bois Is Back With Lost Bread Co.

Alex Bois, the James Beard Award-nominated baker behind the artisan bread program that brought well-deserved national attention to Ellen Yin and Eli Kulp’s High Street […]

Foobooz

Parks On Tap is Back for 2017

On a cold and gray day like today, it’s good to look forward to spring and summer. It’s even better to look forward to spring […]

Be Well Philly

The Ultimate Fairmount Park Bucket List

The thought of venturing into the quiet, green, EL-less land that is Fairmount Park can seem a bit intimidating when what you’re used to traipsing around in is […]

Be Well Philly

Do This: Free Workout at Parks on Tap Tomorrow

We have some pretttttty sweet — and cheap! — Friday evening plans for you: Get your sweat on with South Philly’s new Charge Performance and […]

Foobooz

Scratch Biscuits Closes

Scratch Biscuits, the quick-serve biscuit sandwiches spot at 1306 Chestnut Street by chef Mitch Prensky, closed after a year in business. Prensky posted a photo […]

Be Well Philly

Beer Garden Yoga: Parks on Tap Hosting Pay-What-You-Wish Yoga All Summer

Calling all yogis! We have the perfect Saturday plans for you for the rest of the summer (you’re welcome). We just learned that the folks […]

Foobooz

Two More Beer Gardens For You To Visit This Weekend

Seriously, I know that people like drinking outside and that, for years, we had to fight just to see one or two beer gardens open […]

City Life

Why Real Philadelphians Instinctively Hate Shiny New Things

Not long ago a treasured possession of mine — an audio tape my dad made when I was about four — got ruined. Somehow the tape […]