Despite living in the digital age, there are still numerous bookstores throughout Philadelphia that take a community-centered approach and offer weekly events.
Some prefer the smell of a book and the feel of it in their hands, and the Philadelphia area is still full of many specialty bookstores where you can buy, trade or even sell books.
Channel your inner Jedi and celebrate Star Wars Day in Philadelphia.
Many of these festivals are free or low-cost, so shake off the blandness of winter and get outside!
April is National Poetry Month. Whether you are an accomplished or novice poet, or you just have a real love for the spoken word, April offers up the blooming talents of many artists in Philadelphia.
Many directors got their start on Broad Street before they hit Broadway.
This spring, there are numerous festivals and events throughout the city and surrounding suburbs.You might want to start planning your calendar now.
In Philadelphia, we’ll be celebrating Pi Day in some slightly irrational ways, with many more desserts and circular foods than usual.
The Philadelphia area has bred some of the best known comics such as Bill Cosby, Kevin Hart, Tina Fey and Bob Saget.
Philadelphia is a historic city that offers numerous places to immerse yourself in history, from where the Declaration of Independence was signed to the Liberty Bell and the National Constitution Center. Here are some of the best places to learn in Philadelphia.
Grab your sweetheart for some fun on Valentine’s weekend in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs.
Every February, the City of Brotherly Love allows Philadelphians a chance to learn about and celebrate African American artists, authors, leaders and, most notably, those who have struggled against all odds to have the freedoms all Americans enjoy today.
Whether you’re indulging your inner rock star or trying to introduce your kids to the arts, check out the area’s best options for guitar lessons.
Handmade items or the talents of local artists in the Philadelphia area will bring a new twist to the typical gift.
Though the poinsettia is usually associated with winter holidays — especially Christmas — it’s actually a tropical plant that hails from Mexico.