Dynamic DJ: An Interview with Perry Angelozzi

2017-06-14T11:45:53+00:00 June 14th, 2017|

by Edie Weinstein Rubbing elbows with the likes of The Boss, Lady Gaga, Gene Simmons and Ariana Grande, Perry Angelozzi, is himself, a Philadelphia area legend whose reach extends far beyond the City of Brotherly Love. Imagine spinning tunes in venues that seat nearly 20,000 and more intimate spaces where couples celebrate their unions. To [...]

Philly Band CRUISR gets the crowd on its feet at The Fillmore

2017-01-26T09:17:23+00:00 January 26th, 2017|

CRUISR is an indie pop band that started almost five years ago in the Philadelphia apartment of Andy States. What began as a side project with his friend from Bucks County, Jon Van Dine, turned into a variety of two to three song EPs released in the past three years: All Over, Go For It, [...]

Found is a ‘Find’: Top 5 Reasons to see Found, a New Musical Comedy at Philadelphia Theatre Company

2016-12-05T11:33:10+00:00 December 5th, 2016|

    They say that no one writes letters anymore, but Davy knows that’s not true. FOUND, a new musical comedy by Philadelphia Theatre Company, centers around main character, Davy, who becomes obsessed with collecting and sharing the surprising, hilarious, and irrelevant notes and letters that surround us every day, everywhere we go, after he [...]

2016 Philly Fall Guide Presented by Shady Brook Farm

2016-09-19T21:59:36+00:00 September 18th, 2016|

Your guide to all that is festive and fun this fall in Philadelphia and beyond, presented by Shady Brook Farm. Fall Fun FallFest at Shady Brook Farm is a family-fun tradition and, so much more!! For more than two decades, Shady Brook Farm has provided guests from near and far with memories that last a [...]

Surf-Rock Meets Alternative: Bel Heir Leaves Fresh Prints on Music World

2017-07-29T11:06:23+00:00 August 25th, 2016|

  Seven years after graduating from North Penn High School, Patrick Mencel of Bel Heir had a contract with RCA records. Bel Heir's distinct sound,“The Police meets Red Hot Chili Peppers," as Mencel describes it-- a fusion of surf-rock elements with a gritty alternative feel--brings fresh perspective to the music world. Mencel and his Philadelphia-based band [...]

Pick 3 Weekend Events August 26-28

2016-08-23T23:04:38+00:00 August 23rd, 2016|

Well Philly we've made it to the last weekend of August and if you are not among those dipping your toes in the Jersey shore than we've found some events for you to enjoy right here in your own backyard.  Have a great weekend! Philadelphia Jerk Festival Sunday August 28th - Fairmount Park Philadelphia Jerk [...]

2016 Happening List Hall of Fame: DJ Perry Angelozzi

2016-06-15T08:52:01+00:00 June 15th, 2016|

DJ PERRY ANGELOZZI PHILLY HAPPENING LIST WINNER: DJ Official DJ of the 2016 Bash Philadelphia is a city rich in music, home to a vibrant and well-documented musical heritage stretching back to colonial times. Today, that tradition continues with leading modern vocalists, classical musicians, and a growing, diverse DJ scene. DJ Perry Angelozzi & Steven Adler of Guns [...]

The Most Philly Video Ever Posted

2016-05-27T09:33:31+00:00 May 27th, 2016|

It doesn't get much more Philly than this! On May 17, 2016, Facebook user Johnny Showcase posted this video of the good-spirited crowd gathered in line at Jim's Steaks on South Street at Philadelphia's prime cheesesteak feeding hour...3am. Because sing-a-longs and cheesesteaks are always a good idea. We'll take that steak whiz wit & some Boyz II Men...

Free Festival! Annual Rittenhouse Row Festival Celebrates all the Best Rittenhouse Has to Offer

2016-05-19T10:15:39+00:00 May 19th, 2016|

  Need something to do this weekend? Check out the annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival event, which will be held Saturday May 21, rain or shine, from noon to 5 p.m. on Walnut Street from Broad to 19th. The event is free to attend and is family-friendly. The festival showcases all of Rittenhouse's best fashion, [...]

5 Reasons to Check out Saturday’s South Street Headhouse Spring Festival and Maifest

2016-05-05T19:32:10+00:00 May 5th, 2016|

Attendees of Saturday's annual South Street Spring Festival will get to do plenty of pole dancing--maypole dancing that is. The annual festival will close down eight blocks between Front and 8th Streets  to ring in the month of May with music and dancing around the city's largest maypole. If that's not enough to make you go, [...]