2015 Philly Happening List Red Carpet Bash

Get ready to celebrate, Philly! Hundreds of locals will walk the red carpet, chat with Philly Happening TV, and party the night away in honor of the amazing Philadelphia community. Since the beginning of the year, thousands of local people, places, events, and businesses have been nominated across 11 comprehensive Happening List categories ranging from “Food & Drink” to “Home [...]

Philly to Get Rainbow Crosswalks

The Gayborhood is about to get a little more colorful, thanks to Philly Pride Presents and the City of Philadelphia. This summer, the city will paint permanent rainbow-colored crosswalks at two intersections — 12th and Locust and 13th and Locust streets. The crosswalks, eight in total, will be painted shortly after Pride and dedicated at [...]

Brunch at a New Height

Photo Courtesy of Jamie Delaine Photography If you’re like me, and I know many of you are, turning down an invitation to brunch is difficult to do. Anyone who can resist the delicious combination of breakfast and lunch is my hero. For those of us lacking that kind of magical willpower, it’s time [...]

Philly’s New Industrial Inspired Eatery and Bar is Now OPEN

U-Bahn, an industrial inspired eatery and bar, has officially taken over the space at 1320 Chestnut Street – where the former clothing store located beneath BRU Craft & Wurst used to live. The new Midtown Village stop for all things local – food, beer, and music – officially opened its doors on March 5. Guests [...]

There’s No Place Like Philly

Most people on the East Coast know that Philly is a great city for food, with some very irresistible signature dishes – like cheesesteaks, soft pretzels, hoagies, roast pork, scrapple, butter cake, and so much more. Lately, it seems as though the rest of the world is finally catching on to Philly’s greatness, and not [...]

Philly’s New P’unk Burger

Marlo and Jason Dilks – owners of SliCE, the yummy pizza joint serving up heart shaped pizza’s this Valentine’s Day – just today opened the doors to a new place called P’unk Burger at 1823 East Passyunk Avenue.  And get this; patrons visiting P’unk Burger today have the opportunity to enter to win a year [...]

Independence Blue Cross Sponsors Philly’s Bike Share System

Get your gears ready, there’s a new bike share system coming to town! Just this week, Mayor Michael Nutter and Independence Blue Cross President and CEO Daniel J. Hilferty announced the official name and corporate sponsor of Philadelphia’s new bike share program: Indego, brought to you by Independence Blue Cross. The new system – scheduled to launch [...]

LEGO Art Makes Its Debut at the Franklin Institute

The world’s largest display of LEGO art is debuting at the Franklin Institute on Saturday, February 7. The captivating exhibit, The Art of the Brick, features 100 incredible works of art made from millions of one of the most recognizable toys in the work – LEGOs! The critically acclaimed collection of creative and inspiring pieces [...]

Philly’s Craft Beer Scene Is About To Get a Little Craftier

What better to think about on a day like today than warm weather and sand between your toes? Well, here’s something else that may help take your mind off the wintery mix outside and the traffic on the roads – a delicious new craft beer coming to Philly! That’s right, as of December 1 Cape [...]

Real, Live, Mermaids Performing in Camden

For the first time ever, the world famous Weeki Wachee Mermaids are swimming up the east coast for a limited-time engagement at Adventure Aquarium on the Camden Waterfront from November 1-9.  From what I’ve heard, aquarium guests will have the rare opportunity to see the enchanting mermaids perform synchronized swimming shows in the Ocean Realm Theater [...]