HARRISBURG PA. - Governor Tom Wolf announced today that he tested positive for COVID-19 yesterday and is in isolation at home.
PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Department of Public Health today announced 1,158 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 novel coronavirus in Philadelphia. That brings the number of confirmed cases to 52,043. In addition, the Department of Public Health also announced 52 new probable cases from rapid antigen tests.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - Safety is a concern anywhere you travel, and Philadelphia is a safe and wonderful city to visit. Especially the main tourist areas such as Center City, Old City, and the Museum District. Is Philadelphia Safe to Visit? YES! But the following tips below are a good idea to follow no matter where you travel.
Philadelphia, PA – Royal Boucherie is back! Old City's lively neighborhood bistro reopens on Thursday, April 8, with new Executive Chef Matt Buehler at the helm, formerly of Vetri Cucina, and a new seasonal menu, new expansive streetery, and sidewalk seating, and its outdoor, off-street, second-floor patio in bloom.
PHILADELPHIA, PA. - Fresh off the Opening of Lola’s Garden, The Main Line's Indoor-Outdoor Restaurant in the red hot Ardmore restaurant scene, Philadelphia's most prominent outdoor open-air restaurant is coming back! FCM Hospitality announces that Morgan's Pier will open for the season on Thursday, April 22nd at 4:00 pm.
Philadelphia, Pa. - Thanks to a vibrant Mexican community, visitors to the show can experience the joy and richness of Mexican art and culture in Philadelphia beyond the museum's walls. The award-winning City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program features numerous works by artists Michelle Ortiz and Cesar Viveros at locations around town.
PHILADELPHIA - A new Rothman Orthopaedics Roller Rink will offer outdoor roller skating at Dilworth Park beginning Friday, April 30 through Sunday, June 27. The rink will follow City, State, and CDC COVID-19 guidelines, including mask requirements, a reduced capacity, and enhanced cleaning protocols.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - Dining Out For Life is set to return on Thursday, April 29, to the Greater Philadelphia Area. In its 31st year, the nonprofit event has raised close to $200,000 for those living with HIV in the Philadelphia region. Founded in 1991 by Action Wellness, Dining Out For Life will be benefiting both the nonprofit organization and local businesses affected by the pandemic.