The Fairmount at Brewerytown Rooftop Party

by Moriah Kelley Cities are a place of constant change. Philadelphia is no different and Brewerytown seems to be the next transforming neighborhood. Brewerytown’s name comes from the numerous breweries that were located along the Schuylkill during the late 19th century and early 20th century. The neighborhood falls approximately between the Schuylkill River’s eastern bank and 25th Street, bounded by Cecil B. Moore Avenue to … Continue reading The Fairmount at Brewerytown Rooftop Party

Mom’s Night Out Philadelphia

Any mom out there has had an experience where they’ve sacrificed their happiness for their children; it’s just part of the job! However, it’s important to your overall well being that you don’t make this a life long habit, be sure to set aside time for you! Free time is often something that disappears as soon as it presents itself, but we challenge you to … Continue reading Mom’s Night Out Philadelphia

What’s on at SugarHouse Casino

We’re excited to announce that the SugarHouse Casino’s Fishtown Hops beer garden graces the cover of our latest issue. Each summer, we compile a list of what’s happening in our city, near our city, and what to look forward to in the next few months. We call them our “hot spots”. You can find the entire list here. Along with Fishtown Hops where you can … Continue reading What’s on at SugarHouse Casino

A Hidden Gem: Art in the Navy Yard

by Moriah Kelley The Navy Yard- I think of it as Philadelphia’s best hidden gem- is one of the most whimsical landscapes I have ever visited in the city. Yesterday afternoon, I stopped by the beautiful porch of building 101 to celebrate a new art opening with installations curated by artists Nate Harris and Miriam Singer. The Gate Keepers is just one of the four … Continue reading A Hidden Gem: Art in the Navy Yard

Kevin Hart: Face of the Neighborhood

by Mark Casasanto   For the second time this week, Philadelphians came out en masse to celebrate a famous birthday. Just two days after the party on the Parkway to celebrate the nation’s birthday on July 4th, hundreds turned up and out today to serenade and honor native son, Kevin Hart, on what is now known as Kevin Hart Day. With fans, friends and the curious … Continue reading Kevin Hart: Face of the Neighborhood

Chill Moody’s nicethings IPA

by Moriah Kelley Dock St. Brewery and Cannery Lounge dropped hip-hop artist Chill Moody’s nicethings IPA beer last night. In 2016, a test run of the draft version sold out quickly and it was clear that he had a hit on his hands. Last night’s launch party was one I’m glad I did not miss! Chill Moody is best known for his music career, but … Continue reading Chill Moody’s nicethings IPA

Motownphilly’s Back Again

by Mark Casasanto Now did you really think I’d do an article on Boyz II Men and not go all cliche’ for the title? Look, cheesy as it might be, it rings true. The boys are back and received mad props too boot. This afternoon, a section of Broad Street between Carpenter and Christian has been ceremonially renamed Boyz II Men Boulevard. Go ahead and … Continue reading Motownphilly’s Back Again

SugarHouse Casino Debuts New Fishtown Hops Beer Garden

by Matt Kelchner What better way to celebrate the summer solstice than by opening a brand new beer garden? SugarHouse Casino unveiled their new outdoor dining and drinking destination Wednesday evening with a small preview party before it officially opens today. Located directly along the riverwalk and behind the casino itself, Fishtown Hops offers some of the best waterfront views in the city. Pair that … Continue reading SugarHouse Casino Debuts New Fishtown Hops Beer Garden

Local anti-hunger organizations look to fill the gap with feeding programs

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION Contact: Alain Joinville, 267-886-3032, Alain.Joinville@Phila.gov Six of Seven Children in Our Area May Go Hungry This Summer Local anti-hunger organizations look to fill the gap with feeding programs Philadelphia, PA,  –Hundreds of thousands of kids in the Delaware Valley who receive school meals may go hungry this summer, according to a newly-released study from the Food Research … Continue reading Local anti-hunger organizations look to fill the gap with feeding programs