From exercise, to art and theater, there’s a lot to do in Philadelphia this weekend.
Tonight’s First Friday in Old City will be just the beginning of a three-day “First Weekend” in the arts district. Galleries and businesses are hoping to extend the success of their busiest night of the month.
First Friday gallery openings in Old City Philadelphia will soon be expanding to include art-related activities stretching into the whole weekend.
First Friday was designed to showcase musicians and artists by giving them a venue to perform in before the crowds of people who would show up and stroll around the borough.
The organization that runs “First Fridays” in Doylestown, Pa. says the event has run its course and will no longer continue.
Tired of the same old, same old? This weekend, ditch the usual happy hour or crowded nightclub routine and check out the unique variety of venues and events that Philladelphians have come to love.
A coalition of residents, concerned about the safety of their properties as well as parking and noise issues, wanted the borough to end the monthly celebrations.
With so much attention on the Catholic Church now following the death of Cardinal Bevilacqua, some folks are hoping to force the church to be more forthcoming.
Check out these monthly high culture events with a low admission price if you want to experience art without blowing your budget.
People watching is a delightful way to spend an afternoon with friends. The best part of it all: it’s absolutely free. Here are a few of the best spots in Philadelphia for some great, free fun.