University City District
University City is home to some of the most innovative and diverse dining options in the region. From July 16 through July 26, diners have the opportunity to eat at some of its great restaurants for a significant discount.
University City is home to some of the most innovative and diverse dining options in the region. From July 17th through July 27th, diners have the opportunity to eat at some of its great restaurants for a significant discount.
On this week’s show, Hadas reports on University City Dining Days and a June 12th preview; a new, Cajun-inspired restaurant in center city; and a South Philly competition for the best burger.
The weather is heating up and so is the fun at The Porch at 30th Street Station. Dan Majka has the scoop on what’s hot… and cool in June.
The buck stops in West Philadelphia on Thursday, June 19th. Dan Majka says one dollar will get you food, drinks and much more at the Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll.
Currently in its third year of programming, The Porch at 30th Street offers great food, fitness and lots of free fun.
Adjacent to the second busiest train station in the country, The Porch at 30th Street is viewed as one of the most creative and animated public spaces in Philadelphia. It offers everything from great food to a plethora of free entertainment.
According to officials, the money will go to help the University City District find students from West Philadelphia to participate in a certificate program to become a physician’s assistant.
By now, the Christmas tree is up and decorated (hopefully!), but it’s the time to mark your January calendar for recycling — both tree recycling and “e” recycling — as in electronics.
From 5:30 to 8:30 tonight, vendors in University City are bringing their products to the street for the third “Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll.”
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on a celebrity chef returning for a hometown gig, and two exciting dining events coming up this month.
The parking lane along the Market Street side of 30th Station was closed to create the 50-foot-wide sidewalk for a public space which will feature new plantings, a farmer’s market, even occasional yoga classes.
The West Philadelphia Skills Initiative is connecting three universities and two health systems with entry-level jobs they need filled, and partners with the community to find those who can fill them.
Participating restaurants have set menus of locally grown food for $15, $25 and $30 during University City Dining Days.
The trolley tours will travel to urban farms, where local foods start from seed and end as compost, to local restaurants that use the local products.