Nominations Open! The 2016 Philly Happening List®

Philadelphia's people’s choice competition is back! It’s time to recognize the amazing people, organizations, events, and businesses that make living in Philly so special. Nomination for the fourth annual Happening List® competition in Philadelphia officially opened on January 4, 2016. Nominate your favorites here. Voting kicks off on January 15, 2016 and continues through February 29, 2016. Visit Results will [...]

Philly Happening TV Visits Zyn Beauty

Zyn Beauty understands what it’s like for busy women to be short on the time and information needed to meet their beauty needs. In developing the concept of Zyn Beauty, founders Zakiya Black and Nirvana Dove asked themselves how they could minimize the many obstacles that stand in the way of busy women looking and feeling their best, [...]

Cat Café to Open in Philly

In June, our city announced that it’s getting its first “cat café.” Yes, you heard me right, a cat café. The new place, Kawaii Kitty Café, is slated to open in December of this year. “It’s an adoption center fused with a café,” the owner Kristin Eissler told the Philadelphia Business Journal. “You can come in, [...]

Divine Lorraine May Be Getting New Neighbors

Philadelphia’s Broad Street is the longest straight city street in the world, reaching from the Navy Yard on the south to the City limits on the north. It was and remains one of the City’s major thoroughfares. It’s only logical that one of the most luxurious and best preserved late 19th-century apartment houses in Philadelphia, [...]

Philly Gets a PinkBox, the First Adult Toy Vending Machine

It’s a familiar scenario: You’re on your way home from work, and your wife calls. “Hey honey, I was just wondering if you remembered to pick up that big, floppy dildo on your lunch break like we talked about.” Crap. Panic sets in. The big floppy dildo store is on the other side of town, [...]

Take Laundry and Dry Cleaning Off Your To-Do List with Wash Cycle

Doing laundry can be a pain. You do a load and then, as soon as you put the clothes away, there is another pile waiting to be washed. It’s a never ending cycle, literally. There is, however, a way for Philly residents to get a break from doing laundry. Something I didn’t even know existed [...]

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 Listed Among the Most Pet-Friendly Cities for Renters

Are you among the hundreds who have spent months looking for an apartment or house that will allow you to room with your four-legged friend? Everyone says that dogs are man’s best friend, but that doesn't always seem to ring true when it comes to landlords.  If you’re a renter in Philadelphia with a dog, [...]

Philly Parking Authority Evaluating Mobile Payment System

The other day I was headed into Center City for brunch at Jones, one of my favorite Philly restaurants, to celebrate a friend’s birthday. It was snowing – what else is new this winter – and the roads were moving extremely slow. The odds of me getting to brunch on time were very slim, especially [...]

Peirce College Celebrates Women’s History Month

Today marks International Women’s Day, the day ordained by the United Nations to observe the triumphs of and challenges faced by women around the world. International Women’s Day began during the industrial revolution – a time of great chaos, population growth, and the forefront of the women’s rights movement. In 1908, 15,000 women marched through New [...]