Philly’s 2018 Easter Guide

2018-03-23T18:26:52+00:00March 23rd, 2018|

Philadelphia sure knows how to celebrate spring! Welcome the warm weather with a skate party with the Easter bunny, an Easter egg decorating workshop, or aboard a Philadelphia ship. Here is your compressive guide to all things Easter in the city of brotherly love! Family & Community Events Buttercream Egg Decorating [...]

Philly Happening Quizzo Guide 2018

2018-02-12T16:03:40+00:00February 12th, 2018|

It's one of Philadelphia's favorite bar games.  Here's  where you can play Quizzo in PHL: "You mean bar trivia?" They say.  "No.  I mean Quizzo." It's time to take all of that wasted time on IMDB and E! and get yourself some free stuff. Hop Angel Brauhaus 7980 Oxford [...]

Living with Littles: Give a Hoot

2018-01-17T12:01:48+00:00January 17th, 2018|

Flock to It- Bird Watching All you need is an outdoor space.  Whether it's a yard or a public park, bird watching is free, fun way to peak your little's interest in nature and wildlife.  It will also help your little sharpen their awareness skills.  It doesn't hurt that bird watching is also [...]

Philly Ranked Top Destination for Winter Travel by WalletHub

2017-10-31T08:29:04+00:00October 31st, 2017|

Ahead of a colder, wetter and snowier winter season, according to the latest forecast from the Old Farmers’ Almanac, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its 2017’s Best Winter Holiday Destinations report to supplement its money-saving selection of the Best Travel Credit Cards. Focusing on cost and convenience rather than scenic beauty, WalletHub’s analysts compared more than 60 [...]

“A Franklin for All Seasons and All Reasons”: Robling Portrays Founding Father with Intelligence and Passion

2018-01-16T22:25:25+00:00January 18th, 2017|

"When I talk to students—I emphasize that as soon as is possible for you, work at something you love. Many of us spend a lot of years not doing that. Eventually I was able to make a living doing what I love doing. It really makes a difference."~ Bill Robling, historic interpreter of Benjamin Franklin, [...]

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

2016-12-05T13:06:39+00:00December 5th, 2016|

Meet Lilly! Lilly is about 2 years old and is currently the longest running resident at the PAWS Northeast adoption center.  At the end of January Lilly will have been at the center for one full year, which is a very long time to wait for a fur-ever home.  Lilly is sweet, affectionate, and funny! [...]

The Complete List of Philadelphia’s Top 10 Movers & Shakers of 2016!

2016-11-15T19:04:59+00:00November 15th, 2016|

After weeks of searching, dozens of nominees, and the hard work of our Happening Media judges, we are proud to announce the complete list of our inaugural Philadelphia movers & shakers of 2016! Over the course of the last month, we have individually profiled these amazing people. Click on their individual links to view their [...]

For the Glory of Old State: This Weekend’s Penn State 5k Supports Local College Students

2016-10-26T08:46:18+00:00October 25th, 2016|

Bianca Portillo-Maldonado of northeast Philadelphia is a Penn State Philadelphia Chapter scholarship winner. Bianca Portillo-Maldonado, the daughter of Guatemalan immigrants, was born and raised in northeast Philadelphia. She is a junior at Penn State University, studying broadcast journalism and digital media. She is a scholarship recipient of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association. This [...]

100 Things To Do In Philadelphia Before You Die: Local Author Pens Ultimate Philly Bucketlist

2016-10-18T22:27:36+00:00October 4th, 2016|

Irene Levy Baker, the author of the new book, 100 Things To Do In Philadelphia Before You Die, is not a Philadelphian by birth, she’s a Philadelphian by choice. Levy Baker is originally from Ohio, but has spent the last 25 years exploring Philadelphia’s nooks and crannies. Levy Baker landed in Philadelphia in 1991 when [...]

Happening Hero: Jennifer Pownall, Making Gray Matter

2016-09-18T19:44:29+00:00September 18th, 2016|

Have you ever though of how you might handle a difficult diagnosis like 3 Meningioma Brain Tumors?  What if that diagnosis came to you a week before Christmas?  Something like that might cause a person to want to bury their head in the sand, but when that diagnosis was explained to Jennifer Pownall of Northeast Philadelphia in [...]