Philadelphia, PA - CO-OP, restaurant, and lounge situated on the corner of 33rd and Chestnut Sts., is making sure college students ace the finals this term featuring a three-course prix-fixe brain food menu available on Monday, December 10 through Thursday, December 20.
Philadelphia, PA - The Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market has a lot more than 40 local artists, designers, and confectionaries providing an exclusive range of gifts along with unique holiday foods in joyfully lit outdoors tents capped with traditional Herrnhut stars. The marketplace is open November 17, 2018, through January 1, 2019.
Philadelphia, PA - Mayor Kenney will turn on the lights of the holiday tree, a fresh 65- foot-tall, 60-year-old white fir (Abies Concolor) at City Hall officially ushering in the City’s holiday season. The north side of City Hall will magically transform into a joyful winter wonderland of entertainment, food and family festivities.
Philadelphia, PA - On election day in Philadelphia, voters displaying their "I voted" decals can walk off with free offers or discounted items, actually against the law, though restaurants — from neighborhood cafes to national chains — do it regardless.Saxbys, a Philadelphia coffee company, declared it will hand out free maple bourbon lattes to anybody that shows up wearing an “I Voted” sticker on November 6.
Philadelphia, PA - Our nation is grappling with an epidemic and, sadly, Pennsylvania is not immune. Our neighbors are being poisoned at a rate of 43 deaths per 100,000 people – far exceeding the national average of 22 per 100,000 – according to a recent report by the DEA Philadelphia Division and the University of Pittsburgh, for a total of 5,456 deaths last year. That’s just a little less than the equivalent of two September 11th attacks in our state alone.
Philadelphia, PA - All City of Philadelphia offices are going to be closed as well as City services restricted on Monday, November 12, in honor of the Veterans Day holiday.
Philadelphia, PA - The City of Philadelphia is notifying citizens of an issue with the 911 system. In an alert released mid-day Monday, the City of Philadelphia stated landline phone calls to 911 might not be reliable.