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Are you ready for some time off, but don’t want the stress and expense of travel away from home? If so, you’re in luck because if you live in or around Philadelphia, a fun-filled vacation awaits at your doorstep.

  • Step Back in Time in Old City: Did you know that Old City Philly is known as “America’s most historic square mile?” Clearly, you don’t have to go far from home to steep yourself in our nation’s history.

Start the day by learning the lay of the land with an Old City Walking Tour. Your guide will bring history to life as he or she tells you the story of the places you visit, including Christ Church, Ben Franklin’s Post Office, Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Carpenter’s Hall and more. Also, you’ll see Elfreth’s Alley, the

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We wanted to thank Fitler Club Founder and CEO David Gutstadt for dedicating the time to speak with us and share more about the lifestyle club coming to Philadelphia!

Being the owner and creator of the Fitler Club, what do you imagine seeing when you walk through the club when it’s members are enjoying all the amenities & what conversations do you foresee overhearing as you walk through?

I imagine seeing a diverse community of Philadelphia's leaders and influencers coming together to work, socialize and play - and enjoying all the various areas of the club while socializing, working out or conducting business.     How did you decide on the space at 2400 Market Street?
As soon as I walked into the building, I knew it was Fitler…
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  Have you been looking for a home around Old City or Society Hill that exudes luxury while allowing for livability & convenience? At Estates on Third, all this and more is part of the package! 214 S 3rd Street is part of a new construction gated development which offers 4 Bedrooms, 4 Full Baths, 2 Powder Rooms, an elevator and 2 car garage parking. The first floor offers a stunning open floor plan designed with entertaining in mind with 20 foot ceilings, a surround sound system and a Living Room with a stunning gas fireplace as the focal point.
    The professionally designed Chef's Kitchen showcases custom-built cabinetry, bar seating, stone counters, top of the line appliances, stainless floating hood, wall oven, microwave and features…
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  Philadelphia Black Restaurant Week: This kicked off earlier this week with a pop-up dinner at the African American Museum on Arch Street & is offered through Sunday at participating restaurants. Choose between a more causal fair for $15-$25, or fine dining for $35-$45 and enjoy delicious African-American, African & Caribbean cuisines! For full details on participating restaurants, check out the list here.  

BlueCross RiverRink Summerfest: Ongoing but not something to forget and leave until the end of the season! Enjoy the beautiful weather by being waterfront this weekend! Bring dad or friends and play carnival games, rounds of mini-golf or indulge in some delicious fair food at their lodge.

Spruce Street Harbor Park: If you’re looking

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The last we left off Risa & Kerry McKenzie, Owners of Hale & True were gearing up for their grand opening the last weekend in April. Since then it's been a whirlwind and we're so glad they had the time to catch up once again to fill us in on what's been happening at their cidery, how their opening weekend went, what ciders we can see when we stop by and so much more!

  • The grand opening was the weekend of April 27th, can you go into a bit of how this was for you both as the owners? How were you feeling, did it meet and exceed your expectations?
    • Opening weekend was incredible and so surreal! After working on our dream of starting a cidery for 5 years, seeing it become a reality and sharing it with the world feels amazing. It was so exciting
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Phillies vs. Brewers: Even our sports teams are supporting Philly Beer Week, the Phillies are taking on the Brewers this weekend beginning tonight and going through the weekend. If you’re looking for a good time for a great prive - tickets start at $17, this is the perfect day or night out!

Union vs. Toronto FC: Just over in Chester, the Philadelphia Union will host Toronto F.C. tonight at 8pm. Toronto has some heavy hitters in US Men’s National team stars Michael Bradley & Jozy Altidore so it’s sure to be an exciting game. Tickets are still available and tonight would be an absolutely stunning night spent on the waterfront at Talen Energy Stadium.

   

Odunde Festival: Philly is known for it’s festivals but this one is the

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We love this time of year...Philly Beer Week, and this year we are especially excited! This time around we are not only focused on the brews but the special connection we have to one local brewery in the works for Wayne Junction, more specifically, 137 Berkley Street.


Real Estate & Beer, you may be asking yourself, what do they have in common? Well for the owners of the Attic Brewing Company, Todd & Laura Lacy, we were able to work with them to find their home just around the corner from the location for their brewery! Wayne Junction is on the verge of a major redevelopment and after sitting down and speaking with the Lacy’s we’ve found that they could not be more thrilled and honored to be a part of this change. The neighborhood is a tight-knit

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  Parks on Tap at Gorgas Park in Roxborough: The good news is the whole weekend won’t be a washout! Make the most of the overcast day we have headed our way Sunday for a little Sunday Funday at Gorgas Park! From noon to 10pm enjoy drinks, bites & the beauty of being able to drink outdoors after all this rain we’ve been having!
Philly Beer Week: Brewing beer was Philadelphia’s first business, so it’s only right that the city pay homage by dedicating 10-days to the brew! We would be here for days if we highlighted all events happening over the next few days so if you’re a beer enthusiast looking to celebrate with other like-minded people, check out the full event schedule here.
Roots Picnic: Pack. A. Poncho. It’s going to be a great…
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We all consider Memorial Day to be the official start to summer...who wouldn’t want it to start then anyway? But in reality, June 21st is technically the start of our beloved season of sunshine, cold drinks & of course...heat! We’ve rounded up our favorite places to frequent when the weather gets hot & you just NEED to cool down...some just opening the first week of summer!

  • Spruce Street Harbor Park: This is no new news but always a favorite! Relax on tree strung hammocks or out over the river of off one of the barges offering food & drinks! Pick up some of your favorite fair food like funnel cake or cotton candy...maybe even a snowcone! Spruce Street Harbor Park is a great place to beat the heat...or embrace it!

  • Summerfest at the

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International Museum Day: It’s International Museum Day & although there are only a few hours left in the day, there is still time to celebrate! Today only you can visit a handful of museums for FREE! This includes but isn’t limited to: the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Penn Museum, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts & many more. Be sure to check their times and if select museums participate before heading out tonight!       Union vs. Real Salt Lake: The Flyers & the Sixers may be finished for the season but the Phillies and our own Philadelphia Union are just getting started! Kick off is at 7:30 pm so hopefully the weather breaks a bit by then so you can head down to the stadium for a nice evening on the waterfront.
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