One hundred forty five fine craftsmen from across the country and Canada will set up booths in Rittenhouse Square
The city intends to roll out a program next year in which customers will be able to help themselves to a sturdy bike for a short time, paying at the self-service docking stations by the day or through an annual membership.
Themed pub crawls in Philadelphia have become a popular way to enjoy drinks, food, companionship and explore a favorite interest.
Yes, Le Bec is back. But this former grand dame of French gastronomy, which spent decades in the rarefied air of haute cuisine, is still adjusting the recipe on its second act.
Deputy Mayor for environmental and community resources Michael DiBerardinis says recent improvements have been remarkable, including $20 million in streetscape improvements, the new Barnes Foundation, the renovated Rodin Museum, Sister Cities Park and the restored Logan Square.
These nearby staycation getaways are your best bet for a pet-friendly adventure.
A pint in one hand and a ping pong paddle in the other, that’s what all three Drinker’s Pubs want to see their patrons sporting on a Tuesday night.
Walking through the toy department can seem a little foreign to those of us who haven’t ventured into this magical land since childhood, so here are a few gift ideas.
A couple dozen families gathered in Rittenhouse Square Sunday evening for the annual lighting of the menorah.
According to one social media network, Rittenhouse Square is among the top 20 most popular parks in the United States.
The black tie optional masquerade event takes place at the Ethical Society Building on Rittenhouse Square.
It was a beautiful, sunny day to take a walk in Philadelphia, and I had lots of company.
The emphasis was on the “pro,” and the goal was to spread positive feelings.
A lot at 19th and Walnut, across from Rittenhouse Square where a movie theatre burned down years ago, sat empty until the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society planted a Pop-Up Garden there.
A pro-vegetarian group served up some food for thought to a lunchtime crowd at Rittenhouse Square on Tuesday – a 10-foot long inflatable puppy crammed inside a bun, with lettuce and cheese.