Philly Beer Week & Tom Kehoe of Yards Brewing

Philly Beer Week’s Hammer of Glory Leads Neighborhood Pub Crawls

Philly Beer Week Grand Marshall Tom Kehoe of Yards Brewing Co with the Hammer of Glory ‘Come Pub Crawl with the HOG & Tom Kehoe!!’ Spring signifies the start of many festivals in Philadelphia.... 
Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia

The Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia

‘A Spring Celebration of Japanese Culture, Art and Cuisine’  Spring is in the air! It might not always feel like it with the sometimes cooler temperatures early on, but the budding of trees... 
Logan Square Swann Memorial Fountain

Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Philly Wine Week, Opening of Franklin Square, Museum Exhibits and More!

Logan Square Swann Memorial Fountain – Photo by Molly Higgins ‘Spring is in the Air!’ Ignore today’s snow, because Spring doesn’t officially start until 6:45 pm tonight. And... 
Philly Wine Week

Philly Wine Week ~ Exploring Wines in the City of Brotherly Love

‘Savoring Wines All Over Philly’  Move on over Philly Beer Week, here comes Philly Wine Week. Philadelphia already having the first and largest Beer Week in the country, now welcomes the... 
St. Patrick's in Philadelphia

St. Patrick’s Day in Philadelphia – Guide to Irish Bars, Irish Food and Irish Events!

‘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... 
St. Patrick's Day Parade in Philadelphia

St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Philadelphia

’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... 
Warm Day in Philadelphia

St. Paddy’s Events and Parade, Fun Exhibits, Pi Day, Craft Beer Express and More!

‘The Luck of the Irish & Warmer Weather’ Finally warmer weather has taken over the dreary cold that we have experienced in the first part of May. This weekend kicks off with St. Paddy’s... 

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Philly Beer Week & Tom Kehoe of Yards Brewing

Philly Beer Week’s Hammer of Glory Leads Neighborhood Pub Crawls

'Come Pub Crawl with the HOG & Tom Kehoe!!' Spring signifies the start of many festivals in Philadelphia. One anticipated event is Philly Beer Week! Usually you have to wait until the end of May. Not anymore! Rev up your palates for the inaugural #HOGTour pub crawl! For those of you that don't know, HOG stands for Hammer of Glory. The first pub crawl leading up to Philly Beer Week will … [Read More...]

Franklin Square in Old City Philadelphia - Parks in Philadelphia

Franklin Square – Parks in Philadelphia

'Carousel Rides, Mini-Golf, Burgers, Movie Nights & 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 Sunday, March 1, 2015. The 2015 kick-off festivities are to be held Thursday, March 26. (we are waiting to hear back to … [Read More...]

Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia

The Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia

'A Spring Celebration of Japanese Culture, Art and Cuisine'  Spring is in the air! It might not always feel like it with the sometimes cooler temperatures early on, but the budding of trees and flowers are just around the corner. The annual Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival starts on April 6 and will bring a week of events that not only surround spring and the blossoms, but Japanese culture as … [Read More...]

Logan Square Swann Memorial Fountain

Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Philly Wine Week, Opening of Franklin Square, Museum Exhibits and More!

'Spring is in the Air!' Ignore today's snow, because Spring doesn't officially start until 6:45 pm tonight. And soon many of the fountains in Philly will be spraying water to signify the warmer days. This weekend kicks off with the continuation of the Lego Art exhibit at the Franklin Institute, Beneath the Surface exhibit at Penn Museum and the Monster Snake exhibit at the Academy of Natural … [Read More...]

Philly Wine Week

Philly Wine Week ~ Exploring Wines in the City of Brotherly Love

'Savoring Wines All Over Philly'  Move on over Philly Beer Week, here comes Philly Wine Week. Philadelphia already having the first and largest Beer Week in the country, now welcomes the 2nd Annual Philly Wine Week in the City of Brotherly Love. This eight day event takes place from March 22 - 29 and the party kicks off the week at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts starting at 5 pm … [Read More...]

Sports bars in Philadelphia - March Madness

Sports Bars in Philadelphia for March Madness

'March Madness in Philadelphia' Who doesn't love March. You have spring fast approaching, St. Patrick's Day, American Red Cross month, Women's History month and of course, there is March Madness. The 2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament kicks of this week, March 19 and ends on April 6 with the National Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. This is the time of year that … [Read More...]

St. Patrick's in Philadelphia

St. Patrick’s Day in Philadelphia – Guide to Irish Bars, Irish Food and Irish Events!

'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 Irish breakfasts and events on St. Patrick's Day, which is a Tuesday this year, events and activities leading up to St. Patrick's Day and most of the Irish Bars located in the City of Brotherly … [Read More...]

St. Patrick's Day Parade in Philadelphia

St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Philadelphia

'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 15 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...]

Warm Day in Philadelphia

St. Paddy’s Events and Parade, Fun Exhibits, Pi Day, Craft Beer Express and More!

'The Luck of the Irish & Warmer Weather' Finally warmer weather has taken over the dreary cold that we have experienced in the first part of May. This weekend kicks off with St. Paddy's food & drink specials with special events, Pi Day at the Franklin Institute, the Craft Beer Express and the continuation of the Lego Art exhibit at the Franklin Institute, Beneath the Surface exhibit at … [Read More...]

Titanoboa Snake: Credit Will Klein

Titanoboa: Monster Snake Exhibit at The Academy of Natural Sciences

'Get Up Close & Personal with the Largest Snake in the World' From deep underground in a Colombian coal mine, in a layer dating to 65 million years ago, scientists have uncovered the remains of the largest snake that ever roamed the planet, Titanoboa cerrejonensis. Explore the Titanoboa: Monster Snake Exhibit at The Academy of Natural Sciences until April 19, 2015. Experience … [Read More...]

Free & Fun things to do in Philadelphia

Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ First Friday, Brewer’s Plate, End of Flower Show and More!

'Bring On Spring!!' After any snowfall, the City of Philadelphia turns into a lovely snow castle, but think it's time for spring. This weekend kicks off First Friday in Old City and in Manayunk, the end of the Philadelphia Flower Show, and the continuation of the Lego Art exhibit at the Franklin Institute, Beneath the Surface exhibit at Penn Museum and the Monster Snake exhibit at the Academy … [Read More...]

2015 Philadelphia Flower Show

The Philadelphia Flower Show

'The World's Largest Indoor Flower Show' The Philadelphia International Flower Show welcomes you to "Celebrate the Movies", the 2015 theme. This awesome event will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from February 28 to March 8. So bring your creative juices, your cameras, and your walking shoes. The Philadelphia International Flower Show Experience & … [Read More...]

Blue Cross RiverRink at Penn's Landing

Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Philadelphia Flower Show, Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest and East Passyunk Restaurant Week

'Enjoy the Last Skating Weekend in Philly' As we turn to March, hoping for warmer weather, don't forget to enjoy the Winterfest and ice skating at the Blue Cross RiverRink this weekend. This weekend kicks off the Philadelphia Flower Show and the continuation of Lego Art exhibit at the Franklin Institute, Beneath the Surface exhibit at Penn Museum and the Monster Snake exhibit at the Academy of … [Read More...]

Things To Do In Philadelphia

Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Philadelphia Travel and Culinary Expo, Lion Dance Parade, East Passyunk Restaurant Week and More!

'Enjoy the Warmth of Many Museums in Philly' Don't let the cold get to you! Many fun and interesting events and activities to do inside. This weekend kicks off the continuation of Lego Art exhibit at the Franklin Institute, Beneath the Surface exhibit at Penn Museum and the Monster Snake exhibit at the Academy of Natural Sciences. Also enjoy Chinese New Year Celebrations, the Philadelphia … [Read More...]

Chinese New Year in Chinatown Philadelphia

Exploring the Chinese New Year Celebrations in Chinatown

 'Gung Hay Fat Choy! ~ Best Wishes and Congratulations!' The Chinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese Holiday that is celebrated on the first day of the year of the Chinese calendar. In China, the New Year is also known as the Spring Festival and traditionally, the festival was a time to honor deities as well as ancestors. The Chinese New Year celebrations traditionally run … [Read More...]