From Sharknado cocktails to clothes of the futrure, there are many events at Philadelphia’s Science Festival that begins later this month.
“We have wonderful storytelling featuring brand new picture books, favorite classics,” says the librarian, Miss Margaret.
The Winter Garden, The Lodge (pop-up restaurant), and the skating rink are all in operation throughout the winter.
It’s a collection of trees designed and decorated by different groups around the area, on display in the hotel’s historic rotunda lobby.
The weekend of December 7th and 8th, the Pennsylvania Ballet will operate a holiday marketplace in the lobby of the Kimmel Center.
Lauren DeBruicker has just been elected to head the board of directors of Inglis, making her the first board chair in its 136-year history who is a wheelchair user.
“Flower Show is going to be ‘Articulture,’ and it’s the celebration of art and horticulture together,” says Drew Becher, president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
The Penn Museum celebrates the 100th anniversary of the arrival in Philadelphia of a 15-ton Egyptian treasure.
On the second Sunday of each month, Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens holds”Family Jams,” a chance for kids (and even some adults) to make their own magic.
The Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia offers walking tours of neighborhoods and neighborhood architecture all over the area, pointing out things you probably would have missed on your own.
Philadelphia is quite a player on the world stage, but because we’re sandwiched between New York and Washington, people don’t always remember it. Zabeth Teelucksingh has a plan to fix that.
You may not know this, but there’s a lot of green spaces often hidden from view in South Philly.
Mandi Woodruff is editor of the personal finance section at Business Insider. Her recent visit to Philadelphia delighted and amazed her.
One of the biggest attractions at the annual Pennsylvania Dutch Festival has always been watching Beiler’s Donuts being made, and then eating them fresh from the kettle.
Keith Bellows, executive vice president of National Geographic Travel, was in Philadelphia recently, checking it out for his next book.