Christmas Village in Philadelphia Returns in 2020 with Modifications

2020-10-22T11:18:55-04:00October 22nd, 2020|

(Photo taken prior to 2020, provided by Aversa PR.) The holiday season is just around the corner, and you might be wondering what that's going to look like in 2020. Well, the Christmas Village in Philadelphia is one tradition that is committed to providing a safe and fun experience this year! The authentic [...]

2020 Philly Happening Halloween Guide

2020-10-06T16:16:27-04:00October 6th, 2020|

Pumpkins, candy and costumes … oh my! Your family may choose to celebrate Halloween a bit differently this year due to the pandemic, but there are still plenty of ways to have fun.  Many local businesses have made every effort to provide festivities that your family can enjoy while still feeling safe. And if [...]

Where to Go in Philadelphia to Cheer on the Eagles in 2020

2020-09-22T16:47:32-04:00September 22nd, 2020|

By Michelle Reese Photo provided by McGillin's Olde Ale House Football Season is in full swing! Obviously things are a bit different this year, but since you can't be at the Linc with thousands of Eagles fans, you can at least grab a few of your friends to enjoy some drinks and food [...]

6 Fall Events in Philly This Year

2020-09-22T16:48:16-04:00September 21st, 2020|

Morgan's Pier, photo provided by Aversa PR. While we can't celebrate the season in all the ways we're used to this year, there ARE still ways to have some fall fun in Philly in 2020! With spooky tours, scarecrows, Oktoberfest celebrations and trick or treating amongst the animals, here are just 6 events [...]

8 Ways to Look Fab This Fall

2020-09-16T22:58:32-04:00September 16th, 2020|

Could your look use a little refresh for fall? You don’t need a front row seat at the runway of the New York or Paris Fashion Show to be a fashionista. Here’s what’s trending and where you can find it in Philly. FASHION Women’s Clothing Designers such as Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel last year began incorporating [...]

Center City Restaurant Week Returns (Covid-Style) September 13 – 25

2020-09-17T22:18:30-04:00September 9th, 2020|

Center City Restaurant Week is back ... but with a few changes this year. From September 13 through September 25th, over 80 participating restaurants will offer multi-course prix-fixe menus for $20 (lunch) or $35 (dinners.) (Prices do not include tax, gratuity or alcohol.) You can order to dine out or, for the first time, to [...]

Northern Liberties Debuts New Socially-Distanced Artists at Work Exhibition and Art Crawl

2020-09-09T17:03:05-04:00September 9th, 2020|

Artist Miriam Singer is one of the artists featured in "Artists at Work," an event taking place September 12 - September 30 in Northern Liberties. This weekend, you can Northern Liberties Business Improvement District announces the debut of  a new socially-distanced art exhibition and crawl titled "Artists at Work." Artists at Work exhibition [...]

New Philly Restaurants Regroup, Finding Creative Ways to Open During Covid Crisis

2020-08-27T23:31:20-04:00August 27th, 2020|

By Liz Johnson After nearly 6 months of closed doors, Philly restaurants are slated to reopen indoor dining (with restrictions) on September 8. (Cue celebratory drinks!) Despite widespread closures and all of the restrictions over concerns of the spread of the coronavirus these past several months, new [...]

2020 Back to School Guide

2020-08-26T00:49:32-04:00August 26th, 2020|

We're probably all getting tired of hearing this saying, but Back to School "is going to look different this year." Whether your children are returning to in-school instruction, they're going fully virtual through their school, doing a hybrid of in-school and at-home learning, enrolled in cyber school, or homeschooled ... there's [...]

Labor Day 2020: A Tribute to the American Worker and Ways to Celebrate the Holiday

2020-08-24T14:40:03-04:00August 24th, 2020|

To many, Labor Day is just another 3-day weekend that we throw on the red, white & blue attire and fire up the grill. It's the unofficial end to summer before the kids return to school. But as often the case, there's more to it than that! Labor Day was first [...]

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