10 Delicious Ways to Spike Your Hot Chocolate

  During the holiday season, hot chocolate is best served in a variety of delectable ways to warm the soul--preferably with Bourbon Cream, Fireball, or Peppermint Schnapps. You can experiment at home with your own fabulous spiked hot chocolate delights. Here are some quick and easy ideas for jazzing up your next cup of hot chocolate: [...]

Ping Pong Destination SPiN Opens Its Doors in Downtown Philly

With much anticipation, SPiN, the original ping pong social club is finally ready to open the doors to its 211 South 15th Street location in Philadelphia’s iconic Rittenhouse neighborhood on September 15, 2017. The new expansive 12,000 square foot space will be a hub for those seeking a unique experience that collides the art, design, [...]

10 Delicious Ways to Spike Your Hot Chocolate

  Last Wednesday, customers at SkyGarten got their first taste of the aerial hot spot's spiked hot chocolate bar.  For a limited time during the holiday season, hot chocolate will be served in a variety of delectable ways to warm the soul--with Bourbon Cream, Fireball, or Peppermint Schnapps. SkyGarten, located on the 51st floor of [...]

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

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 [...]

Trains and Beer: 6 Reasons to Check out the New Viaduct Rail Park Pop-Up Beer Garden

An abandoned rail site merged with a green urban space has formed one of the hottest--and coolest-- pop-up beer gardens in the city. Located at the Viaduct Rail Park at 10th and Hamilton Streets, the Viaduct Rail Park pop-up beer garden draws inspiration from railroad cars, the cultural history of the rail line, and the beauty of [...]

Two New Target Stores Scheduled to Set Up Shop in Center City

Target is in the final planning stages for two new stores in the Center City section of Philadelphia. The two stores, one at 1900 Chestnut Street (about 23,000 sq. ft.) and the other at 1112 Chestnut (about 22,000 sq. ft.), are expected to be a smaller footprint than a typical Target store. The merchandise assortment [...]

New Beer Bar is Raising the Bar in Gastropub Fare

The operators of McFadden's Ball Park and Tavern on Broad are proud to offer their latest venture on the Philadelphia bar and restaurant scene, which just opened its doors on Wednesday, October 28 in the mezzanine of the Academy House at 1420 Locust Street — Tap and Kitchen. Stepping out of their traditional sports bar [...]

Discovering the Impressionists at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Uncover the untold story of Monet, Renoir, Manet, Degas, Pissarro, and their visionary art dealer and champion, Paul Durand-Ruel. Despite its popularity today, Impressionism was not immediately embraced by collectors, dealers, or the public. An important figure in the rise of the Impressionists is Paul Durand-Ruel, a visionary Parisian art dealer who enthusiastically championed their [...]