Keeping your mind active is a strong defense against cognitive decline while a bit of friendly competition is good for the spirit. Knowing that, is it a far leap to consider the possibility that weekly trivia nights just might be the savior of humankind.
Catching up over a beer is what best friends do. This Father’s Day, show your dad how much he means to you by spending a little quality bonding time over some suds and grub.
Sometimes a vacation just isn’t practical or possible, however, you can get away without going too far. One of Philadelphia’s fine cigar bars may be your perfect respite from a long day.
The festival, scheduled from June 18-21, has 119 announced bands, including headliners Paul McCartney, Kings of Leon and The Killers. Last year about 80,000 people attended.
June 14 in Philly is Pride Day, when strong supporters of the gay rights movement turn out and celebrate through the city, enjoying entertainment along the way.
You can get a drink in any bar, but there are very few that will produce the kind of stories your kids will tell when asked about Mom and Dad. Join me in this second installment of storied watering holes.
No matter your whiskey preference, many Philadelphia bars have accrued impressive lists of the popular spirit known as “uisce beatha,” or “water of life,” in the Gaelic language.
Twenty-three impressive women comprise one team that represents the entire nation. This year’s Women’s World Cup is a definite must-see event. But where is the best place to watch the drama unfold in Philadelphia?
A pop-up garden springs to life in the heart of South Philadelphia.
The music scene in Philadelphia is vibrant enough to include some great cover bands that play everywhere from weddings to casinos.
Your weekly happy hour is about to get even happier: Center City Sips, one of the best parts of summer in Philadelphia, is set to return on June 3!
Now that warm weather has arrived, it’s time to head out of the house to find an outdoor patio where you can enjoy good food, drinks and company.
Sometimes you want to go out without spending a lot of money and a bar without a cover offers just that.
This year, Festival Pier is again set to host the annual festival on the waterfront. Here’s what you need to know.
The City of Brotherly Love loves outdoor drinking. Here are a few suggestions to get you imbibing with nature…or at least outside.