Hear Philly: Flavors Of The Avenue Returns To South PhiladelphiaOver two dozen award-winning East Passyunk restaurants will be participating in one of South Philadelphia's largest food festivals on Sunday, April 24th.
Hear Philly: Go Behind The Curtain With 'He Who Gets Slapped'For a little more than two weeks in April, the Broad Street Ministry in Philadelphia will be transformed into the backstage of the Big Top when the Philadelphia Artists' Collective, in partnership with the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts, presents 'He Who Gets Slapped.'
Hear Philly: Local Cuisine Meets Museum At New FestivalDozens of your favorite local restaurants will be serving some delicious dishes under one roof later this month.
Hear Philly: Special Reunion Planned At Philadelphia Running Of The SantasThe Running of the Santas is coming back to town December 12th.
Hear Philly: Please Touch Museum Kicks Off Holiday Season With Gift Of Giving WeekThe Gift of Giving Week gives kids who visit the Please Touch Museum a chance to learn the importance of generosity and kindness, while also finding something that interests them to get in the spirit of the holiday season.
Hear Philly: New Event Inspires, Helps Shape Child's FutureWhatever their ambitions are, an event is coming to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center that surely will inspire your children.
Hear Philly: Competition Brings Fairmount Restaurants Together For Good CauseOn November 19th, those restaurants are joining forces for a friendly food competition known as the "Fairmount Food Fight."
Hear Philly: Local Community Members To Be Honored At Masquerade EventThe event is called "Unmasking the Legacy."
Hear Philly: Fashion Meets Ballet In Bala CynwydA fashion show like no other before invades Saks Fifth Avenue in Bala Cynwyd November 6th to help support the Pennsylvania Ballet.
Hear Philly: Zombies Return For Prom Night In PhiladelphiaThe annual zombie prom started in 2007 as a reunion between people who already participated and attended the Zombie Crawl in the spring on South Street. The demand was so strong, creator and organizer Robert Drake says they decided to make the prom its own event.
Hear Philly: Philadelphia's AIDS Walk Returns, Raising Awareness Throughout The CityThe walk started in 1987 as volunteers gathered in the streets for the cities first AIDS walk-a -thon. Nearly 300 people attended the cities first AIDS walk raising roughly 33,000 dollars. Since then, the walk has transpired into the regions largest annual HIV/AIDS public awareness and fundraising event with thousands of walkers each year.
Hear Philly: The Shore Thing - Food, Wine and All-Around Family FunFrom Sea Isle City to Cape May, food is a huge part of the post-Labor Day weeks down the shore.