The resort on Tuesday formed the Atlantic City Sports Commission, whose mission will be to attract sporting events of all sizes to the seaside resort.
The grandson of Oscar Hammerstein has scaled back his plan for a museum honoring the Broadway lyricist in an effort to get zoning approval.
The Lambertville New Hope Winter Festival is back for an 18th year this month.
Hair O’ the Dog turns 21 years old this Saturday night.
It’s another accolade for the City of Brotherly Love!
Togetherness getaways can be overhyped, which is why a winter odyssey with family or friends where everyone does their own thing may be a good suggestion.
This week, Hadas Kuznits has details on butchery classes, the 2015 Philly Chef Conference and a new, authentic Italian café.
Forbes Magazine says the annual summit — which debuted in Philadelphia — will make the City of Brotherly Love its home for the foreseeable future.
Preliminary numbers for 2014 show the center city occupancy rate was at 76 percent.
If you just can’t seem to let go of the holiday spirit, you’ll want to know that this is the final weekend to go out and see some beautifully decorated trees in Bucks County.
Eleven groups took the stage for 4½ minutes each, generating lots of excitement.
This year the parade begins at 15th and Market Streets in center city and ends at Broad and Washington Avenue, with performance stops at Sansom and Carpenter Streets.
At Spring Mountain Ski Area, in Montgomery County, they started making snow in late November, but December brought rain and warmer temperatures.
Here are some of the highs and lows.
For the New Year, why not try a restaurant that specializes in meatballs? Or José Garces’ new venture at the former Bookbinder’s, in Society Hill?