Grab your cape and mask. We’re gettin’ judgy.
The fourth stop on this international tour lands in Philly August 11 and 12.
|What||If you don't like crowds of people enjoying outdoor eating, drinking, shopping and dancing, stay away from NoLibs on Sunday. But if you're like the more than 6k folks interested in the FB event, definitely head to Second Street. Instead of speeding cars, the stretch from Germantown to Green will be full of 250 vendors, three music stages, beer gardens and more.|
|Where||North Second Street at Germantown Ave. & N. 2nd St. 19123|
|When||August 6, 2017 at 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm|
You can always go out for a rewarding drink afterwards.
And this time around, the city knew it was coming.
See who wins Mission Leader, Startup Leader and Geek of the Year Aug. 26 at the black tie event.
Sure, beer garden and food trucks and DJs will be there. But there’s a deeper meaning for summer 2017.
The Danya Blend is the clear favorite, but ok, try the Vetri rye, too.
More than 45 local podcasts will record live in venues around the city over the next two weekends
The Guac Stop is more than just snacks — it’s all about that avocado life.
Why the celebrated author’s essays still carry a punch in 2017.
|What||This Black Music Month panel, organized by WURD, will explore how the black experience and activism has been expressed through song. The panel will include renowned poet and musician Ursula Rucker, Lehigh University Africana Studies director James Braxton Peterson, Oberlin College Music professor Fredara M. Hadley, and West Philly rapper ARSIN. RSVP available.|
|Where||Philadelphia Clef Club at 736 S. Broad|
|When||June 22, 2017 at 5:30 pm to 8:00 am|
|How much||free for members, $10 for non-members|
Whether you’d like a tarot reading or simply a summery drink, here’s your guide.
The Art for the Cash Poor event can help new collectors or buyers looking for deals
|What||The Bleed On fundraiser series comes to Philly! The feature presentation is "See Here Now: Menstrual Hygiene," a video produced by Refinery29, highlighting social issues surrounding menstruation, including the tampon tax, menstrual equity, and the lack of access to products for homeless people with periods. Bring menstrual items for donations|
|Where||SEER Interactive at 1033 N. 2nd St., 7th floor 19123|
|When||June 8, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm|