Happening Pets: Finding Furever Homes fo
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This month we'd like to introduce you to Napoleon.  Don't let his name confuse you, though he may share some…

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2016 Back to School Guide
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Now that we are well into the last month of summer it's time to start thinking about getting the kiddos…

2016 Back to School Guide
As Seen on Shark Tank: PiperWai – A Philadelphia Success
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Jess Edelstein, who grew up on the main line and now calls South Philadelphia home, had a problem.  She wanted a…

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Democratic National Convention Survival
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It's been less than a year since the last event that brought Philadelphia an influx of visitors. The visit of…

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Anyone visiting Philadelphia knows that before they leave that HAVE to try a cheesesteak.  Most locals enjoy this delicacy after…

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Bloodrunners Has Something for Everyone to Sink Their Teeth Into

Bloodrunners Has Something for Everyone to Sink Their Teeth Into

   Local actress, Kelly Buterbaugh, on the set of Bloodrunners, a locally-filmed movie. Blood. Prohibition. Vampires. Speakeasies. These are the themes that run thicker than blood through the new, locally-filmed movie, Bloodrunners. The film, which features Ice-T, the legendary gangsta hip-hop emcee and Law & Order SVU actor,  will be shown this weekend in Philadelphia […]

Blood is Thicker than Water: Locally-filmed movie, Bloodrunners, Debuts at Private Actor’s Screening

Blood is Thicker than Water: Locally-filmed movie, Bloodrunners, Debuts at Private Actor’s Screening

Local actress, Julie Ek (left) with Airen Delamater, and Ice-T, on the set of Bloodrunners, a locally filmed movie.  Blood. Prohibition. Vampires. Speakeasies. These are the themes that run thicker than blood through the new, locally-filmed movie, Bloodrunners. The film, which features Ice-T, the legendary gangsta hip-hop emcee and Law & Order SVU actor,  will […]

Surf-Rock Meets Alternative: Bel Heir Leaves Fresh Prints on Music World

Surf-Rock Meets Alternative: Bel Heir Leaves Fresh Prints on Music World

  Seven years after graduating from North Penn High School, Patrick Mencel of Bel Heir had a contract with RCA records. Bel Heir’s distinct sound,“The Police meets Red Hot Chili Peppers,” as Mencel describes it– a fusion of surf-rock elements with a gritty alternative feel–brings fresh perspective to the music world. Mencel and his Philadelphia-based band […]

Living with Littles: Back to Business

Living with Littles: Back to Business

by Nicole Loughan I learned this summer that my family is now completely dependent on school for structure. I started the summer with scheduled enrichments, summer camps, vacations and bible school. But all of that has wrapped up and I have had weeks of unscheduled nothing. It was relaxing and amazing, for about two days. […]

Pick 3 Weekend Events August 26-28

Pick 3 Weekend Events August 26-28

Well Philly we’ve made it to the last weekend of August and if you are not among those dipping your toes in the Jersey shore than we’ve found some events for you to enjoy right here in your own backyard.  Have a great weekend! Philadelphia Jerk Festival Sunday August 28th – Fairmount Park Philadelphia Jerk […]

2016 Happenistas Night Out

2016 Happenistas Night Out

Happenistas Night Out is back! Hello Happenistas! The region’s ultimate Ladies Night Out is back, hosted by Montco Happening, Bucks Happening, Hunterdon Happening, & Philly Happening. On Wednesday, November 2, 2016 from 6PM to 9PM, you’re invited to a spectacular evening at Sheraton Bucks County in Langhorne, PA. Happenistas Night Out will kick off Philadelphia’s fabulous holiday season. Shop and […]

The Golden Gardner: Five Facts about Local Olympic Champion English Gardner

The Golden Gardner: Five Facts about Local Olympic Champion English Gardner

In the final weekend of the Rio Olympic Games, local track and field star, English Gardner, won a gold medal as part of the women’s 4 x100 m. relay. Gardner, 24, born in Philadelphia and raised in Vorhees Township, N.J., is a 2010 graduate of Eastern Regional High School in South Jersey. On Saturday, Aug. 22, […]

Happening Pets: Finding Furever Homes for Philly’s Animals in Need

Happening Pets: Finding Furever Homes for Philly’s Animals in Need

This month we’d like to introduce you to Napoleon.  Don’t let his name confuse you, though he may share some personality traits of the famous Emperor, his stature is quite the opposite.  Weighing in at nearly 15 pounds, Napoleon has been described as “the jock in school who wants to rough-house when he feels like […]

Ten Reasons to Love Summers in Philadelphia

Ten Reasons to Love Summers in Philadelphia

It’s summertime and the livin’ is easy. We love Philadelphia all year round, but there is something special about summer in the city: pop-up beer gardens, special events, outdoor meals, and unforgettable summer sunsets. Read on to find out 10 reasons to love summers in Philadelphia.   1.) Pop-up Beer Gardens: This summer, one of our […]

Did-ja know?  Phasinating Philly Phacts: History of the Eagles

Did-ja know? Phasinating Philly Phacts: History of the Eagles

Are you ready for some football??  Eagles fans are getting pumped, especially after last week’s pre-season win against the Buccaneers.  On any given Sunday during football season Philadelphia is a sea of green but have you ever wondered about the history of the Eagles?  This week’s Phasinating Philly Phacts are all about those birds! The […]