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For those who’ve been in a relationship for a while (like myself) or even for the new couples, it’s sometimes difficult to find something beyond the norm to partake in on Valentine’s Day. You don’t always want the cliche heart-shaped candy box and flowers. A tantalizing dinner for two sounds [...]
The 2013 Philadelphia Auto Show will kick off its event with its Philadelphia Auto Show Black Tie Tailgate Event on Friday, January 18th 2013. The Black Tie event benefits benefit the division of gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia has been donating to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for 27 years now. In 2003 the Auto Dealers Caring for Kids Foundation was established as a public charity to annually donate to children programs in the Greater Philadelphia area. [...]
October is finally here, and for many Philadelphia residents, that means it’s time to venture into the countryside in pursuit of fun fall activities such as apple and pumpkin picking, hayrides and corn mazes.
Photo Credit: Linvilla Orchards
For decades, the premiere orchard in the Philadelphia area has been Linvilla Orchards. Located on [...]
Everyday thousands of websites launch, but it’s not every day that one worth blogging about does… but this one is more than “blog-worthy!” It’s a unique way to shop and buy once a day and actually feel good about it!
It’s also not every day that the site owner is polite [...]
Join the Friends of Rittenhouse Square on November 30 in the center of Rittenhouse Square Park for the annual tree lighting. The event will take place from 5-6pm with hot cocoa, caroling, and an appearance by Santa Claus himself. This will be a great event for friends and family. The Friends of Rittenhouse [...]
On Saturday, October 16, the women of the Junior League of Philadelphia (JLP) conducted a bus tour around Philadelphia highlighting some of the various sites that the JLP has been intimately involved with. Stops along the tour included:
-Belmont Mansion, built by William Peters (an English lawyer and agent for the [...]
Just a couple blocks from Rittenhouse Square and in the middle of high end shopping and restaurants stands the 230 room Hotel Palomar and restaurant Square 1682.
Philadelphia’s first LEED Gold Certified boutique hotel, Hotel Palomar, a Kimpton hotel, “pampers you in style while supporting a sustainable planet.”
The Art Deco furnished guest rooms [...]