In his fiction, Jay McInerney chronicles New York City life. From the coked-up wannabes he portrayed in his now-classic first novel, Bright Lights, Big City, to the titans of various industries who are now a good three decades older in his new and eighth
James Levine, leader of the Metropolitan Opera in New York City since 1976, has announced his retirement, according to a statement from the opera company. The statement said Levine would retire after the current season because of health reasons.
For those who don’t fancy snowboarding and skiing on a mountain resort, Philadelphia and its surrounding regions are full of hills of all sizes to get your snow thrills on. Grab your sled or your trashcan lid and hit up these sloped parks.
With temperatures flirting with the single digits, here are some of Philly.com's favorite fireplaces at restaurants and bars.
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International House (3701 Chestnut St.)
7 p.m., Friday, $9; $7 seniors and students.
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Dogs are the best.
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It’s a long weekend, get on with your fun-having selves.
Things are about to get merry and bright. The season’s most beautifully adorned trees will get the switch flipped on within the coming weeks at these local lighting ceremonies.
No-shave November, as well all know, is a reason not to shave for an entire month. It not only gives men a reason to don their best facial hair, but it also shows support of men's health.
Grab a jacket and shades and get to having fun this weekend.
See Philly from every angle this month. The 57-story One Liberty Observation Deck (1650 Market St.) will be open for business starting Saturday, Nov. 28.
Keep your sights set on the weekend. You can do it.
Here's how to have fun with the little ones this weekend.
Woof! Returning Saturday, Nov. 14 through Sunday, Nov. 15 The Kennel Club of Philadelphia’s National Dog Show returns to the Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pennsylvania.
It’s Halloween and it’s also a weekend. Double whammy of good times.
On Saturday, Oct. 31, it’s that time again – Halloween!