• 1st Annual Fall for Ardmore Festival

    Ardmore, PA – The 1st Annual Fall for Ardmore Festival, featuring a VIP Beer Garden is happening on Schauffele Plaza (parking lot adjacent to Tired Hands Fermentaria) on Saturday, September 24, 2022, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. Downtown Ardmore will be alive with shopping, food, beer, music, and fun activities for the whole family. Tired Hands Brewing Co., Levante Brewery, and Iron Hill Brewery will bring several beer selections, including local and seasonal favorites.

  • 500 Teachers Will Get Gift Certificates in Celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week

    PHILADELPHIA PA - As the Kimmel Cultural Campus prepares to lift its curtains for the 2021/22 season, it celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week and the teachers who've gone above and beyond in this challenging learning environment by awarding hundreds of teachers gift certificates redeemable for tickets to its lineup of live, in-person performances. Through the generosity of its donors, the Kimmel plans to award 500 gift certificates valued at $50,000 to teachers in Title 1 schools.

  • Bagels and Co. in Philadelphia | Citywide Expansion

    Philadelphia, PA - Bagels and Co. is about to take over Philadelphia with a citywide expansion that will see six new bagel and coffee shops expand to six new locations. Glu Hospitality and co-owners Derek Gibbons and Tim Lu announce that the popular Northern Liberties-based bagel, coffee, lunch, and deli shop will now open new locations in Fishtown, Brewerytown, Temple Campus, Rittenhouse, Midtown Village, and Center City.
  • Celebrate Valentine’s Day Weekend at Mount Airy Casino Resort

    Mount Pocono, Pa. – Celebrate Valentine’s Day Weekend in style at Mount Airy Casino Resort with a socially distanced five-course wine pairing dinner or a special holiday package at the resort’s famed boutique hotel, February 12-14.

  • Devil’s Den Owner Joins the Pink Boots Society Board

    PHILADEPHIA, PA - Beer maven and business owner Erin Wallace is starting her new venture in the craft beer world by joining theesteemed Pink Boots Society board, a non-profit organization with an international membership that supports women working in the brewing profession, especially in creating craft beer. 

  • Gender and Sexuality Development Clinic Opens in Voorhees

    NEW JERSEY- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is proud to announce the opening of a Gender and Sexuality Development Clinic at its Voorhees Specialty Care Center in New Jersey.

  • Helping Paw Charity Necklace to Benefit PAWS

    PHILADEPHIA, PA - Steven Singer Jewelers is giving back this holiday season through sales of a special charity necklace that was made just for pet lovers! Singer will donate twenty percent of proceeds from the Helping Paw silver and diamond necklace to PAWS for their work in finding forever homes for homeless animals.

  • Northern Liberties Welcomes A New Women's Boutique

    PHILADELPHIA - Northern Liberties Business Improvement District is thrilled to announce the grand opening of the neighborhood's first fashion boutique - and the addition of another fantastic female-owned small business.

  • Royal Boucherie Build-Your-Own Spritzer Bar

    PHILADEPHIA - Just in time for scorching temps comes a brand-new cocktail program focused on the refreshing tipple — Spritz! Royal Boucherie, Old City’s lively neighborhood bistro, is known for its excellent bar program which perfectly compliments new Executive Chef Matthew Buehler’s French-forward menu. For summer 2021, Royal Boucherie is launching a new Spritzer Bar with a three-step to summer sipping bliss found in these effervescent and low-ABV cocktails.

  • $6.9 Million Renovation of The Dell Music Center

    PHILADELPHIA - City officials joined local broadcasting legends Patty Jackson and Lady B to officially break ground on a $6.9 million renovation of Philadelphia's premier outdoor entertainment venue, Dell Music Center. The City of Philadelphia funded the project with support from Council member Curtis Jones (4th District), Council President Darrell Clarke (5th District), and Council member Katherine Gilmore Richardson (AL).

  • 'Cue the Music' Or 'Queue the Music' - Which One Is Correct?

    PHILADELPHIA - The phrase 'cue the music' has two meanings. First, it refers to a line of songs.  Secondly, it refers to an orderly list of songs. Sometimes, a person uses this phrase to refer to a playlist of songs. For example, a person might say that a song called "Drivers License" by Oliva Rodrigo is in a queue, which means that the song is in the playlist and will eventually play. On the other hand, when a concert starts, people usually shout, 'cue the music!'

  • 2022 Christmas Vibes, Crazy Shakes and Holiday Burger in Philly

    Philadelphia, PA - Craftsman Row Saloon, at 112 S. 8th Street, announces the debut of its annual Christmas Pop-up that is bigger, brighter, and even more bling for the 2022 season. The Jewelers' Row restaurant and bar is known as Philadelphia's most festive sit-down restaurant.

  • 21 Ways to Kick Off 2021 at Walt Disney World Resort

    PHILADELPHIA - Walt Disney World Resort is ready to help guests make the new year magical. From new and classic attractions to culinary experiences to character interactions and more, The Most Magical Place on Earth has plenty to offer those wanting to immediately turn the page in 2020. Here are 21 reasons to be excited about a visit to Walt Disney World in early 2021

  • 83% of Americans Report They Always Wear a Face Mask

    PHILADEPHIA - Eighty-three percent of Americans report that they always wear a mask when out in public, according to a new poll commissioned by Slickdeals, the leading social platform for shopping.

  • A Night of Food and FringeArts at The Audi FEASTIVAL

    PHILADEPHIA, PA - The Philadelphia Audi FEASTIVALAL, one of Philly's best culinary events, celebrated its 12th-anniversary last night.

  • A Step-by-Step Guide to Start a Gift Wrapping Business

    PHILADELPHIA - Gift wrapping is an art; how you do it reveals a lot about you and the person receiving the gift. Are you considering starting a gift-wrapping business? If you have the talent for creatively wrapping things, you can simply turn your talent into a successful home-based side hustle.

  • A Virtual and Interactive Dining Experience with Chef Jose Garces

    PHILADELPHIA, PA — COCHON555, the popular annual heritage breed pork culinary tour which visits cities across the country, will be heading to Philadelphia this May as CARRYOUT WITH COCHON.

  • Adams County Crop Hop | Destination Gettysburg

    Gettysburg, Pa. – Destination Gettysburg, the official tourism marketing organization for Gettysburg and Adams County, launched the Adams County Crop Hop. This new program aims to promote agritourism experiences available at farms and markets throughout the county.

  • American Airlines Cutting 1800 Flights Out Of Philadelphia

    PHILADELPHIA - After a week of widespread disruptions, American Airlines is reducing more than 1800 PHL flights this fall. The airlines are eliminating more than 10% of their scheduled trips nationwide, troubling travelers. On Sunday alone, 34 flights were canceled, and 19 were delayed in Philadelphia. The number of canceled flights is higher than the average for airlines throughout the country and is particularly troublesome for travelers who rely on American Airlines as their main gateway.

  • Annual Glamsino Royale: Speakeasy Soirée

    Philadelphia, PA - Earlier this year, Action Wellness announced they are bringing back their annual glamorous fundraising event, Glamsino Royale. For the first time, Glamsino will be held at the Crystal Tea Room on September 29, 2022, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Guests can expect casino games, dancing, music by DJ Sharyn Stone, hors d’oeuvres provided by Finley Catering, a signature cocktail, 1920s-themed decor, and performances from GayBINGO's Bingo Verifying Divas. Guests will swap their winnings for raffle tickets and enter for a chance to win prizes.