Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ First Fridays, Brewer’s Plate Food Beverage Pairing, Harlem Globetrotters and More!‘Flower Show Ending, Appreciating Art on First Friday’s, Food Pairing Event’ What a great way to start off the weekend than with First Friday’s in Old City and in Manayunk. Taste your...
The South Street Headhouse District’s Irish Festival‘Irish Fun at the Shambles at the Headhouse District’ Who is ready to get their Green on! Your name doesn’t have to be O’Connor, Fitzpatrick, O’Brien, O’Donnell, Callaghan...
The Philadelphia Flower Show‘The World’s Largest Indoor Flower Show’ The Philadelphia International Flower Show welcomes you to ARTIculture, the 2014 theme, closely aligning Art & Horticulture. This awesome...
Celebrating Mardi Gras in PhiladelphiaN’Awlins Philly Style! Why let New Orleans have all of the fun for Mardi Gras. We can have as much fun right here in the City of Brotherly Love. Mardis Gras, known as the Carnival Season, are events...
Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Mardi Gras, Flower Show, Art and More!‘Party Time with the Flower Show, Mardi Gras & Much More’ Spring must be around the corner, because the World renowned Philadelphia Flower Show opens this weekend. Just don’t peak outside...
USS Somerset Arrives in Penn’s Landing‘A Tribute to 9/11 Victims of Flight 93′ Move over small boats, because here is the USS Somerset! The 684 foot-long Naval LPD 25 ship, the USS Somerset, arrived in Philadelphia on Friday,...
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'Erin Go Bragh - Ireland Forever' St. Patrick's Day in Philadelphia is right around the corner. Do you have your green on and your pint glass in full tilt for that Irish toast. Below is a list of events on St. Patrick's Day, events and activities leading up to St. Patrick's Day and most of the Irish Bars located in the City of Brotherly Love. If you plan on starting St. Patrick's Day in … [Read More...]
'Exploring Philly's Exciting Museums' Philadelphia’s museums are anything from small to massive, many with historic stories, some being interactive and others that dare us with the unexpected. We get excited when talking about Philly's Museums and we would think Benjamin Franklin would feel the same if he were to come back to the City of Brotherly Love. List of Philadelphia … [Read More...]
Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ First Fridays, Brewer’s Plate Food Beverage Pairing, Harlem Globetrotters and More!
‘Flower Show Ending, Appreciating Art on First Friday's, Food Pairing Event’ What a great way to start off the weekend than with First Friday's in Old City and in Manayunk. Taste your way through the city on the Craft Beer Express or check out the cupcake and cocktail pairing at Peddler's Village. End the weekend at the Brewer's Plate event which allows you pair many great foods with local … [Read More...]
'Irish Fun at the Shambles at the Headhouse District' Who is ready to get their Green on! Your name doesn't have to be O'Connor, Fitzpatrick, O'Brien, O'Donnell, Callaghan or Murphy. This Irish event is open to everyone, of all nationalities and of all ages. Head on over to the Shambles in the South Street Headhouse District on March 16. The party starts at 11:00 am and will continue … [Read More...]
'The World's Largest Indoor Flower Show' The Philadelphia International Flower Show welcomes you to ARTIculture, the 2014 theme, closely aligning Art & Horticulture. This awesome event will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from March 1-9. So bring your creative juices, your cameras, and your walking shoes. The Philadelphia International Flower Show Experience & … [Read More...]
N’Awlins Philly Style! Why let New Orleans have all of the fun for Mardi Gras. We can have as much fun right here in the City of Brotherly Love. Mardis Gras, known as the Carnival Season, are events that begin on or after the Epiphany or Kings day and wrap up on the day before Ash Wednesday. Get ready to feast your eyes and fill your stomachs on good New Orleans food, parades, dancing … [Read More...]
‘Party Time with the Flower Show, Mardi Gras & Much More’ Spring must be around the corner, because the World renowned Philadelphia Flower Show opens this weekend. Just don't peak outside starting Monday and Tuesday. Think warmth and flowers. Don't forget that East Passyunk Restaurant Week ends this weekend. In up coming weeks, get ready for the St. Patrick's Day Parade, St. Patrick's … [Read More...]
'Carousel Rides, Mini-Golf, Burgers & More' Franklin Square is located in the historical part of Philadelphia in Old City. It's one of the five original open-space parks planned by William Penn during the late 17th century. The Square opens its new season Saturday, March 1, 2014. SquareBurger, the STARR Restaurants burger stand, opens on March 22. There will be many special events and … [Read More...]
'A Tribute to 9/11 Victims of Flight 93' Move over small boats, because here is the USS Somerset! The 684 foot-long Naval LPD 25 ship, the USS Somerset, arrived in Philadelphia on Friday, February 21. This huge amphibious transport dock is now in Penn's Landing for a commissioning ceremony on Saturday, March 1. It's to be noted that tickets to the public are no longer available for the … [Read More...]
'2nd Oldest St. Patrick's Day Parade in the Country' St. Patrick's Day is a huge celebration, and the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Philadelphia is just as much of a big deal considering the history. The Parade will take place on March 16 at 11 noon. History of the Philadelphia St. Patrick's Day Parade The first St. Patrick's Day parade in Philadelphia was in 1771 and is the 2nd oldest … [Read More...]
‘Enjoy Lots of Food, Beer & Much More’ Let Spring appear! We can feel it around the corner. This weekend kicks of with a St. Patrick's Day countdown at McGillin's Olde Ale House with live music, Irish beer and Irish food. Followed by the Philly Bierfest the next day at the German Society of Pennsylvania. These events are just the start of what will be taking place soon in … [Read More...]
'Top 10 Beer Festival in America' March couldn't start off better than with the Philly Craft Beer Festival and the Philadelphia Flower Show. The Philly Craft Beer Festival has been called as one of the "Top 10 Beer Festivals in America" by Forbes Traveler. Experience more than 75 of the best craft breweries from around the block, around the country, and around the globe who will be on … [Read More...]
'Exploring the Principals and Ideas of Our Past Presidents' President's Day, which is on Monday, February 17, starts off with a weekend of activities and themed events that lead into President's Day itself. It's a time to explore and honor those Presidents such as George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and other Presidents also known as the … [Read More...]
‘Love is in the Air & Hopefully Spring Weather Soon!’ Winter is pretty in the City of Brotherly Love when it snows, but it's time for Spring. Bring on the sun and warmer weather. This weekend kicks of with Valentine's Day today and ends with President's Day on Monday. Check out the many things to do below. Don't forget that the Philadelphia Auto Show and Ringling Bros. and Barnum … [Read More...]
'Exciting New & Old Cars at the Pennsylvania Convention Center' The Philadelphia International Auto Show is back, from February 8-16, 2014. It first began in 1902, and the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia has been producing the show since 1997. Almost every manufacturer’s display welcomes show-goers to sit inside the vehicles, pop the hood and kick the tires; … [Read More...]
‘The Philadelphia Auto Show Speeds Into Town’ It's been an exciting week in Philly and much more to come! We want to give a shout out to Chef Nicholas Elmi who won "Top Chef"! Click Here for more info. There are many exciting events taking place now, such as the end of the Chinese New Year, First Friday's, the Hockey Classic this weekend, the Philadelphia Auto Show, Ringling Bros. and … [Read More...]
'Meet New "Top Chef" Nicholas Elmi!' Have you been keeping up with the television series Top Chef? A Bravo tv show that first aired in 2006, in which chefs compete against each other in culinary challenges. Philadelphia can now welcome one of its own. Congratulations chef Nicholas Elmi, who took the grand prize and the title of "Top Chef" in Top Chef's 11th season which aired Wednesday … [Read More...]