PHILADELPHIA - Mix and mingle to make it a night. Philadelphia's favorite after-work tradition is back this summer with the ultimate experience.  Starting June 7 and continuing each Wednesday until August 30, Center City District SIPS will highlight dozens of bars and restaurants that offer exclusive discounts only found in Center City.

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 - Xfinity Live! is located in South Philadelphia. Will offer baseball fans a Baseball Brunch at 1100 Social, a unique experience that combines brunch favorites, refreshing drinks, and the excitement of the baseball season. Fans can fuel up before catching a Phillies afternoon game at Citizens Bank Park across the street by eating sweet and savory dishes at 1110 social and enjoying brunch cocktails.

PHILADELPHIA - The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society planted 110,000 bulbs along Philadelphia's Ben Franklin Parkway. Thirty thousand vibrant seasonal bulbs are now in full bloom at Logan Square. Whether you are a Philadelphian or a visitor from another city, everyone is welcome to enjoy these beautiful spring blooms. Follow the bulb trail from LOVE Park to Logan Square, the Rodin Museum, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Sculpture Garden.

PHILADELPHIA - As part of your visit to Philadelphia, it may tempt you to visit two iconic cheesesteak restaurants; Pat's and Geno's are widely considered two of the top American destinations for cheesesteak sandwiches worldwide. But, before visiting, you must understand Pat's and Geno's production processes and ordering procedures to get the whole experience of these outstanding eateries' sandwiches.

PHILADELPHIA - The Southeast Asian Market at FDR Park in Philadelphia provides an open space for Philadelphia's Asian communities to gather and sell their wares. Beginning as an informal marketplace of Laotian and Khmer vendors, today there are Thai, Vietnamese and Indonesian merchants selling goods as part of an essential part of Philadelphia's history as a city of refugees and immigrants.

PHILADELPHIA - Evolv Technology announced today a partnership with the New Wells Fargo Center to improve the security screening process for arena fans, it's the same system used at Citizens Bank Park. Evolv's Evolv Express(r), a state-of-the-art screening solution, is now available at New Wells Fargo Center. This allows fans to go through security faster than ever. Evolv provides fan screening for dozens of sports teams nationwide, including the Philadelphia Eagles, NHL, MLB, and MLS.

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