In The Spotlight
Philadelphia, PA - Without a jackpot winner in Friday evening's drawing, the Mega Millions pot for new weeks drawing on Tuesday, Oct. 23 holds an expected annuity worth of $1.6 billion – a new world record. The projected cash option will be around $905 million dollars.
Philadelphia, PA - East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) is revving up for the 13th Annual Car Show and Street Festival presented by Jefferson Health Methodist Hospital on Sunday, July 29, 2018, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, on EPA between Broad and Dickinson streets.
Philadelphia, PA - Indego Bike Share Program is going to expand this year, placing at a minimum of 8 additional stations to the system. The early summer extension is going to consist of station and bike availableness at the Navy Yard with junctions at AT&T Station and FDR Park. Further stations will be setup all through the summer to offer additional dock and bike accessibility along higher ridership locations.
Philadelphia, PA - Parlour in Ardmore, Pa. is situated in the former Pala'a Latin American Seafood location on Lancaster Ave., this cozy, spot is going to offer 24 yummy flavors from Nelson’s Ice Cream, in Royersford, Pa. Ultimately, the parlor might create a few of its very own ice cream variants, for now, though it has contracted out ice cream sandwiches produced by iSwich, from West Chester.
The Wildwoods - Secondo, the latest location for Panico’s Bistro and Italian bistro has recently launched their second location in Cape May, accordingly known as Secondo, at 991 Ocean Drive right before the 2-mile bridge. The spot was previously Axelsson’s Blue Claw Restaurant.
The Wildwoods - Wildwoods Restaurant Week, Wine and dine in some of Wildwoods finest restaurants. All participating restaurants will offer a complete four course meal, including appetizer, salad, entree and dessert for $30 (plus tax and gratuity). - August 26, 2018 - August 30, 2018
Philadelphia, PA - On October 20, Mayor Jim Kenney and representatives from the City’s Department of Commerce will depart for a multi-city international business trip with stops in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Philadelphia officials will spend time in nine cities, including: Dublin, Clonmel, Athlone and Cork in Ireland, Derry City and Belfast in Northern Ireland, and London, Reading and Cambridge in England.
Philadelphia, PA -The Philadelphia Streets Department and Police Department announced today a streamlined process for residents applying for block party permits. Applicants will now have one less step in the approval process as they no longer need to visit their local Police District to submit an application in-person or by mail. The Departments will now manage this step of the process internally, saving residents extra time and added process.
Philadelphia, PA - Declaring that “preventing violence is not just about law enforcement, but also about improving the health and well-being of every resident,” Mayor Kenney today called on his Cabinet and senior leadership to develop a plan, within 100 days, for how to dramatically reduce the killings and shootings in Philadelphia.