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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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  Phillies vs. Mets: You’ve got three chances to watch the Phillies host the New York Mets this weekend so if you love the game, or are just looking for a great opportunity to get out, enjoy the weather & eat your fill of hotdogs & popcorn, Citizen’s Bank is calling your name! Tonight & tomorrow the first pitch is at 7:05 pm, Sunday at 1:35 pm so take your mom out to the ballgame this weekend to celebrate!   Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta: If you live or work by Kelly Drive, you’re most likely already feeling the added traffic of this weekend’s event on the Schuylkill River. This weekend more than 100 universities are competing in the largest regatta in the county & every seat along the river is a great spot to catch some of the races. Pack up some…
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First Sunday at Philadelphia Art Museum: It’s First Sunday at Philly’s Art Museum, so you know what that’s pay-what-you-wish! You choose your entrance fee and you can explore the museum for as long as you wish until close.

First Sunday Family Day at The Barnes: Unique event happening this Sunday at the Barnes Foundation! This will be a very interactive event where you can make your own art, go on stroller tours of the foundation as well as Philly’s popular, Indego Bikes, will be unveiling the winning designs for the #BiketoBarnes contest. Plus they will be offering 15-minute bike tours of the Parkway to coincide with the grand unveiling. More info on this free event here.

First Weekend of the Chinese Lantern

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Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Fest (May 1st - June 30th)

May kicks off with a bang at Franklin Square Park with the return of the Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival. For the 3rd year, the park will light up this part of the city with whimsical and creative constructions including the 200-foot-long Chinese Dragon! The best time to go is after dark although they open the park at 6pm to those with tickets. You are able to purchase tickets at the door however it’s advised to pre-purchase to avoid the lines! This festival is only here from May through the end of June so be sure to plan a time to go before it’s gone! More information on the festival here.

Dining Under the Stars Media (May 2nd - September 26th - Wednesdays)

Nothing’s better than

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North Broad Street is growing and changing every day and with the re-opening of the hotel and the buzz around the tenants coming in, including Chef Joe Cicala, it is sure to have a positive impact on the neighborhood. Here's our exclusive interview into the opening of Chef Cicala's newest creation, Cicala, plus your chance to see it before the opening this fall & play a part in Philadelphia's Culinary History!

How do you know Eric Blumenfeld and when he approached you regarding this opportunity, what were your initial thoughts and feelings?

Cicala: I met Eric through my restaurant consultant Harris Eckstut.  Both were having dinner on the patio last summer together at Le Virtu and after Eric mentioned the space being available.  I was

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Philadelphia has its fair share of breweries and micro-breweries, however, what are those who aren't into the typical IPA or Belgian to do? That's where the new owners of Hale & True, Risa & Kerry McKenzie have focused their efforts - those who aren't into beer or looking for something a little different. We checked in with the McKenzie's to get some detail on Hale & True, tucked between Society Hill & Hawthorne on South 7th Street, to learn more about the process of making cider, how they got into the business, what we can expect when we visit Hale & True...and of course, when they're opening their doors! Here's what Risa & Kerry had to say about their cidery:

We’ve read you used to make cider out of your apartment, can you go more in depth about

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Calling All Foodies!

With only a few days left to take advantage of Manayunk's Restaurant week, it'd be a shame to miss! Through Friday, April 27th diners are welcome to enjoy exclusive 3-course meals ranging between $15-$35! Along with restaurant week, there's been a shift in weather and in turn, more Manayunk establishments are opening their outdoor seating options, windows & doors so that patrons can enjoy more than just the food & drink offerings, but also the weather!

Manayunk in the spring and summer are like no other, if you're thinking of buying and think this area of the city may be for you? Check out these two great listings which are currently on the market within 1-mile of Main Street Manayunk...where everything happens!


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  Independence Beer Garden Opening: We walked by yesterday and saw taps for kegs going in and immediately got excited for summer nights and happy hours after work! Independence Beer Garden is giving us a little tease this weekend to give us a taste of what we can expect when they open for the season on April 26th. New this year...large plates! Last year they not only added in small plates and alternatives to beer but now they’ve added in brisket, wings & other delectable fillers!   Manayunk Restaurant Week: Who doesn’t love a week full of enjoying delicious food at a steal of a deal? 17 restaurants in Manayunk are ready to showcase what they’ve got through April 27th. You can find the full list here and just know you are in for a treat wherever…
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Cherry Blossom Fest: The week-long festival is coming to a close this weekend! Come out this weekend, or if you’re interested in the main day, Sunday, to celebrate with special dinners, tea ceremonies and for those who love sake...a sake garden! Enjoy this beautiful weather and the Japanese culture at Fairmount Park this Sunday!

Philly Celebrates Jazz: It’s Jazz Appreciation Month and Philadelphia knows how to keep the groove going with many different events & performances now through the end of April. Check out for more information on what’s happening when in the Philly Jazz scene.    Garces Foundation’s 2018 Benefit at the Loews: The 6th Annual Think Local.Give Local Benefit is happening tonight at the Loews Hotel…
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