Mother's Day Guide: Unique Ways Show Mom
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Mother's Day is a day set aside each year to treat all the Moms in our lives to some extra…

Mother’s Day Guide: Unique Ways Show Mom Your…
Philadelphia International Festival of t
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The Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, known as PIFA, returns this month for it's third year.  PIFA is a…

Philadelphia International Festival of the Ar…
Wedding Guide
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The Greater Philadelphia region offer breathtaking backdrops for a picturesque Wedding Day. So it's no surprise that the region has become a…

2016 Greater Philadelphia Wedding Guide
Ultimate Philadelphia Brunch Guide
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Ah brunch, a meal that serves as both breakfast and lunch, usually consumed in the late morning and a long-standing…

Ultimate Philadelphia Brunch Guide
2016 Philly Happening List Results Sched
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Voting is officially closed in the 2016 Philly Happening List contest! All votes are currently undergoing an extensive audit process to…

2016 Philly Happening List Results Schedule
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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with 5 Fresh and Fun Margarita Recipes

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with 5 Fresh and Fun Margarita Recipes

It’s time to celebrate the fifth of May and there is no better way than by sipping on the perfect Margarita.  We’ve put together 5 recipes for you to choose from! The Classic Lime 1-1/2 oz. silver tequila 1 oz. Cointreau 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice splash simple syrup salt (for rim) Fill a cocktail shaker with ice […]

Philly Celebrates Teachers for National Teacher Appreciation Week

Philly Celebrates Teachers for National Teacher Appreciation Week

The first full week in May is National Teacher Appreciation Week.  The Philadelphia school district is known to have it’s challenges and the teachers who work hard to help our children grow and learn deserve all the thanks and appreciation we can give them.  Here are some great ways Teachers are being honored this month […]

Mother’s Day Guide: Unique Ways Show Mom Your Love in Philly

Mother’s Day Guide: Unique Ways Show Mom Your Love in Philly

Mother’s Day is a day set aside each year to treat all the Moms in our lives to some extra TLC.  Here are some great ways to show Mom you care right here in Philly. What to get her Get her a Zyn Beauty LOVE Supreme Package she can use at home The Ladies of […]

10 Reasons To Visit The Spruce Street Harbor Park

10 Reasons To Visit The Spruce Street Harbor Park

One of the best places to visit in Philadelphia, as named by the national press, will open on Friday, May 6.  The outdoor oasis, located on Columbus Blvd. and Spruce Street, is open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Read on to find out 10 reasons to visit the park: 1.) There are 50 colorful hammocks laced […]

DJ Perry Angelozzi

DJ Perry Angelozzi to Play the Philly Happening List Bash

Bring your dancing shoes to the 2016 Philly Happening List Red Carpet Bash, featuring one of the region’s most popular DJs- DJ Perry Angelozzi. Throughout his accomplished career, which includes three consecutive Philly Happening List wins  as well as a 2015 Best of CBS Philly 2015 award, DJ Perry Angelozzi has entertained thousands – as the Resident DJ at Wells Fargo Center […]

Five Things You Didn’t Know About This Weekend’s Broad Street Run

Five Things You Didn’t Know About This Weekend’s Broad Street Run

It’s that time of year again! The Blue Cross Broad Street run will take place on Sunday, May 1. Read on to discover five things about this annual Philadelphia race: 1.) The Broad Street run is the largest 10-mile road race in the United States. 2.) The race was founded in 1980 by Jason Katz, with 1454 men […]

Get to Know Front & Palmer: The Location for the 2016 Philly Happening List Red Carpet Bash

Get to Know Front & Palmer: The Location for the 2016 Philly Happening List Red Carpet Bash

Named one of America’s Top 45 wedding venues by Brides.com Front & Palmer offers an amazing space and delicious Philly-themed menu’s that will be sure to wow all of our 2016 Philly Happening List Red Carpet Bash attendees. Located in the South Kensington Art District the space was originally two separate businesses, a pickle maker and […]

Home is Where the Heart Is: Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia Building Hope Luncheon Recap

Home is Where the Heart Is: Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia Building Hope Luncheon Recap

Yesterday, Tuesday, April 26, Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia celebrated 30 years of building and repairing homes in Philadelphia at its annual Building HOPE Luncheon. The Pennsylvania Convention Center Ballroom hosted 1,047 supporters for the event that raised $396,032 for the organization’s mission to build and repair homes for local families in need. The luncheon featured […]

Right on Track: Five Things to Learn about the Penn Relays

Right on Track: Five Things to Learn about the Penn Relays

 The Penn Relays, also known as the Penn Relays Carnival, held at the University of Pennsylvania’s Franklin Field, will run from Thursday, April 28 through Saturday April 30.  Read on to learn five things about the storied annual event: 1.) The Penn Relays is the oldest and largest track and field competition in the United States, […]

Tap Into Technology: Philly Tech Week Preview

Tap Into Technology: Philly Tech Week Preview

Philly Tech Week 2016, presented by Comcast, hits center city on Friday, April 29, and runs through Saturday, May 7.  The week-long event is Technical.ly Philly’s sixth annual celebration of technology and innovation. Last year, more than 25,000 people attended more than 150 tech-week events. Philly Tech week is organized into six different tracks: Creative, […]