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You could win 2 FREE tickets to one of the biggest gymnastics events of the year- the Pro Gymastics Challenge, featuring Olympic and world-renowned gymnast in a thrilling battle. PGC is a skill-for-skill competition with teams consisting of both men and women squaring off against each other for true athletic supremacy. PGC athletes will deliver a jaw-dropping [...]
This April, Trio à Trois, a unique ensemble made up of internationally acclaimed musicians will perform a concert, “April in Paris”, featuring selections inspired by or written in La Ville-Lumière ~ The City of Lights. This concert will take place in the Historic St. Georges United Methodist Church. Highlights of the concert include some of [...]
At Philly Happening, we are kicking off 2013 in a big way- with the launch of our first contest of the year, The Happening List! The Happenings List is Philly’s People’s Choice competition – the best in people, places, businesses & events! We have categories to represent your favorite CheeseSteak, Museum, and everything happening in Philadelphia. [...]
Pop-Up Shops Popping Up All over Philly This December! ‘Tis the season for shopping, and with the holidays giving us all an extra reason to shop til we drop many retailers have Pop-Up Shops forming around the city. A Pop-Up shop is a limited shopping event where a retailers sets up shop at a temporary [...]
On Wednesday, October 3 at 7 a.m. Federal Donuts will officially open their second location right here in Center City at 1632 Sansom Street. Federal Donuts is the insanely popular coffee, donuts-and-fried-chicken shop which opened almost one year ago in South Philly. The new location will offer donut and chicken lovers totally new flavors from the original [...]
A new boutique hotel opens in Philadelphia’s historic Old City section this fall, Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, the newest location for Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants and a game changer for Philadelphia, according to Nick Gregory, General Manager, Hotel Monaco Philadelphia.
The roaring twenties got their title for many reasons, many due to the implementation of the 18th amendment which took effect January 17th, 1920 at midnight, marking the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages illegal and punishable by law across the United States.
Phillesbian.com is the only digital magazine catering exclusively to women who love women in Philadelphia (and the surrounding suburbs), and it is now LIVE so be sure to check it out! It strives to be informative and insightful with a dash of humor, offering lesbian/queer identified women in Philly a resource for news, arts & [...]
On Friday, May 11, local entrepreneur Bob Logue will launch The New Market at The Shambles (2nd and Lombard Streets), a showcase of American-made food, goods and services in historic Headhouse Square. Featuring local and domestic craftsmen, tradesmen and artisans, the market will be held from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. most Fridays in May [...]
A PREMIER DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT VENUE PART OF THE WELLS FARGO COMPLEX Over the weekend, Philadelphia welcomed the end of March with the official grand opening of XFINITY Live! Philadelphia, the much talked about and highly anticipated indoor/outdoor dining and entertainment district part of the Wells Fargo Complex in South Philly. The public got their [...]