Kimpton’s soon-to-open Hotel Monaco in Old City, Philadelphia is launching a five day social media seek and find called “Where are the Monacans?”.
(Photo Credit: monaco-philadelphia.com)
Who exactly are these Monacan’s you’re wondering ? They are Ben and Betsy, the hotel’s mannequin mascots modeled after Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross. September 10-14 these [...]
This past weekend, Philadelphia celebrated Labor Day weekend as 100,000 people flocked to the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum and Benjamin Franklin Parkway to the first ever Made in America music festival.
(Photo Credit: Sarah McLaughlin)
The festival, which was the collaborative project of artist and entrepreneur Jay-Z and sponsored by Budweiser, [...]
On Thursday, September 6, 2012, guests will be gathering at the Water Works Restaurant and Lounge for the 12th Annual Cruise for the Kids. Hosted by Friends of Children’s Crisis Treatment Center (CcTC), this event will prove to be even more spectacular than the prior years. Attendees will join together for an evening of [...]
For those in Philly who love everything that has to do with style, Fashion’s Night Out Philadelphia is a must. On Thursday, September 6, 2012, fashion boutiques, style venues and even dining establishments will be putting their best foot forward for Fashion’s Night Out Philadelphia.
Photo Credit: FNO Philadelphia Facebook site
Fashion’s Night [...]
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Attendees at the prior FEASTIVAL events know just what fabulous culinary treats await them at FEASTIVAL 2012. For those who have not yet been to a FEASTIVAL event, rest assured that on Wednesday, September 12, 2012, Pier 9 on the Philadelphia waterfront will be the hottest place to [...]
With the oppressive August temperatures of late, relaxing in Rittenhouse Square Park doesn’t quite feel like an escape from summer in the city; which is why, this past Sunday, I chose to escape the humid throng of city living indoors rather than out, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s exhibit: Visions of Arcadia: Gauguin, [...]
If you live in Philadelphia, it’s likely that you are familiar with the lavish and verdant expanse of Longwood Gardens, Pierre du Pont’s extraordinary legacy. Featuring over one thousand acres of beautifully cultivated gardens and picturesque landscapes, the property is an absolutely stunning place to visit any time of year, but particularly in the [...]
On Sunday, August 5, 2012 Philadelphia magazine presented their 1st Annual Philadelphia Style Magazine Cup. The event was held at the Brandywine Polo Club in Toughkenamon, PA.
(Photo Credit: Malikah Lewis-Upchurch)
The polo match competition was between The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia Polo Team versus Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Polo Team.
Philadelphia school districts are suffering greatly, as we know from recent news. The number of drop outs and lowering test scores in the city each year are staggering. So when I hear about charities that are here to support students and their families who may not be able to afford supplies, I always donate. [...]
On Saturday, July 28 the ihearthearts Foundation presented their First Annual Cupcakes and Champagne Fundraising and Network Event at the James Oliver Galleryon 723 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia.
(Photo Credit: Tiara Williams)
The ihearthearts foundation was founded by Latrice Milbourne after the tragic lose of her brother in November of last year. [...]