From Sharknado cocktails to clothes of the futrure, there are many events at Philadelphia’s Science Festival that begins later this month.
We all played with them when we were younger, and it’s hard not to still enjoy them today. We’re of course talking about LEGOS, and on April 26th and 27th, they’ll be taking center stage at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa.
An international orchid show has transformed the Academy of Natural Sciences on the Ben Franklin Parkway this weekend.
If you’re tired of hocking the house for a bushel of crabs on a Maryland getaway, you’ll be pleased to know the do-it-yourself crab season opened on April 1st.
A “new American” bistro with a French flair opens right off Rittenhouse Square. In South Philadelphia, Anastasi Seafood begins home deliveries.
“March Madness” is giving way to the “Frozen Four.”
Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter of “The Roots” is lending his support for a mural that would honor the legacy of a beloved community leader he grew up with in South Philadelphia.
Wine can be paired with many things, including desserts. That’s one of the lessons you can learn at Penns Woods Winery in Chadds Ford, Delaware County most weekends in April during their Wine & Cupcake Pairings event.
If you’ve been on the boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ, chances are you’ve sampled their fare at Manco & Manco Pizza.
A few dozen people were the stars of the video. One was Jonathan Jernigan, Cathedral Kitchen’s executive chef and culinary instructor.
The fourth annual “Philly Jam” is the city’s way of showcasing Philadelphia’s contribution to the art of jazz.
The $125 course is taught by Rachel Brudzinski, a onetime intern there who became a champion tree climber.
It’s called poutine, and it’s being served for the first time this year at Harry the K’s, in the ballpark.
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on two new restaurants opening and a fundraiser taking place, all in center city Philadelphia.
Virginia’s Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden came in second place.