Philadelphia, PA - 2018 Made in America Music Festival, an exciting, two-day music event during Labor Day weekend. The event will be produced locally by Live Nation, Roc Nation and DPS on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The festival will feature a roster of more than 60 musicians and will benefit The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Pennsylvania, and United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.
Philadelphia, PA - Set amid some of the most attractive and historic buildings on the University of Pennsylvania’s beautiful campus, the Perelman Quadrangle offers an extraordinary collection of meeting and event venues in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, PA - August is flying by, but before the month comes to a close, National Whiskey Sour Day is here to give you the chance to celebrate your favorite classic cocktail—this Saturday, August 25th. From classic creations to creative new takes, Philadelphians have a bevy of boozy options to choose from at locations all across town.
Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia Gayborhood: The heart of Philadelphia’s gay community ever since World War II, the blocks along 11th Street and Broad Street, Pine Street and Chestnut Street acquired its nickname—the “Gayborhood”—during an October Out-fest celebration in 1995. In 2007, Mayor John Street added 36 rainbow street marks all-around the neighborhood. Ever since the rainbows have increased, decorating more street signs (72 in all), properties, businesses and crosswalks around 13th and Locust Streets.