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The Complete Guide to Drinking Outdoors in Philly

El Camino Real: 1040 N 2nd St.

Standard Tap: 901 N 2nd St.

Silk City: 435 Spring Garden St.

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Bourbon Blue: 2 Rector St.

In Riva: 4116 Ridge Ave.

Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant: 4120 Main St.

Morgan’s Pier: 221 N Columbus Blvd.

Spruce Street Harbor Park: 401 S Columbus Blvd.

Flying Fish Crafthouse: 1363 N. 31st St.

Johnny Brenda’s: 1201 Frankford Ave.

Kite & Key: 1836 Callowhill St.

Parc Restaurant: 227 S. 18th St.

Rouge: 205 S. 18th St.

Tria Cafe: 123 S. 18th St.

City Tap House University City: 3925 Walnut St.

Continental Midtown Restaurant: 1801 Chestnut St.

Maison 208: 208 S. 13th St.

Positano Coast: 212 Walnut St.

Revolution House: 200 Market St.

Tiki: 102 S. 13th St.

Front Street Cafe: 1253 N. Front St.

Graffiti Bar: 124 S. 13th St.

Interstate Drafthouse: 1235 E. Palmer St.

Little Nonna’s: 1234 Locust St.

Llama Tooth: 1033 Spring Garden St.

M Restaurant: 231 S. 8th St.

Martha: 2113 E. York St.

Talula’s Garden: 210 W Washington Square

Cira Green Beer Garden: 129 S. 30th St.

Drury Beer Garden at Opa: 1311 Sansom St.

Evil Genius Beer Garden: 1727 N. Front St.

Fette Sau: 1208 Frankford Ave.

Frankford Hall: 1210 Frankford Ave.

Memphis Taproom: 2331 E. Cumberland St.

Assembly: 1840 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Bok Bar: 800 Mifflin St.

Skygarten: 1717 Arch St.

Stratus Lounge: 433 Chestnut St.

    The Complete Guide to Drinking Outdoors in Philly | Philly PR Girl
    In the midst of summer, you may feel as though you've been to every outdoor bar or restaurant in Philly. With so many options, there's endless types of views to see. Whether you prefer a place by the water, beer garden, rooftop bar, or simply a busy sidewalk to people
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A Night-By-Night Guide To Summer In Philadelphia

Where:The Barbary, 951 Frankford Avenue

Where:North Bowl, 909 N. 2nd Street

Where:The Schmidt’s Commons, 1001 N. 2nd Street #21

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Where:Various locations including Bok Bar, 800 Mifflin Street

Where:Various locations including the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Race Street Pier, Race Street & N. Columbus Blvd

Where:Trocadero Theatre, 1003 Arch Street

Where:PHS Pop Up Garden South Street, 1438 South Street

Where:PHS Pop Up Garden University City, 3600 Filbert Street

Where:Red Owl Tavern, 433 Chestnut Street

Where:World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut Street

Where:Morgan’s Pier, 221 N. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Warmdaddy’s, 1400 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:One Liberty Observation Deck, 1650 Market Street #5700

Where:Various locations including Marathon Grill, 1818 Market Street

Where:La Peg, 140 N. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Oyster House, 1516 Sansom Street

Where:PFS Roxy Theater, 2023 Sansom Street

Where:Various locations including High Street on Market, 308 Market Street

Where:Various locations including City Tavern, 138 S. 2nd Street

Where:Sister Cities Park, 210 N. 18th Street

Where:Schuylkill Banks, 2501 Walnut Street and Grays Ferry Crescent, 34th and Walnut streets

Where:Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th Street

Where:Clark Park, 4300-4398 Baltimore Avenue

Where:Pleasant Playground, 6720 Boyer Street

Where:Cannstatter Volkfest Verein, 9130 Academy Road

Where:South Bowl, 19 E. Oregon Avenue

Where:Trolley Car Diner & Deli, 7619 Germantown Avenue

Where:The Trestle Inn, 339 N. 11th Street

Where:Bob and Barbara’s Lounge, 1509 South Street

Where:Tria Cafe Locations; 123 S. 18th Street and 1137 Spruce Street

Where:Tria Cafe Locations; 123 S. 18th Street and 1137 Spruce Street

    A Night-By-Night Guide To Summer In Philadelphia
    Spruce Street Harbor Park | Photo courtesy Delaware River Waterfront Corporation More than 70 ways to spend your summer nights... The later the sun sets, the longer the evenings seem to last - and that's just fine with us since Philadelphia heats up from twilight to midnight (and later) with summer fun galore.
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Jul 14

A Thousand Times Yes: Rubicon1’s New Mural in Northern Liberties

Another amazing mural from Barcelona-based artist Rubicon1 in Philly. You can catch this one at 2nd and Poplar streets in Northern Liberties. (Map it here.)

    A Thousand Times Yes: Rubicon1's New Mural in Northern Liberties
    LOVE this! Another amazing mural from Barcelona-based artist Rubicon1 in Philly. You can catch this one at 2nd and Poplar streets in Northern Liberties. ( Map it here.) See Rubicon1's two other recent Philly murals here!
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Jul 06

Cold War

Philadelphia Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Korean War Memorial, Spruce and Columbus Boulevard at Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia.

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...an important role. Vito Mazzone (1903-85), pastor of St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi at 712 Montrose Street in South Philadelphia, encouraged active patriotism among his parishioners. “Christian patriotism” was the message of...

Philadelphia Naval Shipyard Collection, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library, Independence Seaport Museum, 211 S. Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia.

Twentieth Century Collections: Wars and Military Service, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1300 Locust Street, Philadelphia.

    Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia
    The period of international political and military tension known as the Cold War (1947-91) had military, political, and cultural implications for Greater Philadelphia. The region served as a first line of defense for a conflict that depended more on missiles than forts, and it provided the nation with an arsenal, a shipyard, and a source of manpower.
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Jul 05

“Kittydelphia” Pop-Up Cat Shop Coming to Philly

...more. It’s scheduled to run between July 7th-9th at Gravy Studio, located at 910 N 2nd St. in Northern Liberties...

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Kawaii Kitty Cafe, Philly’s first cat cafe, will function as a “South Kittydelphia” outpost during the event. Cafegoers can curl up with a book and a cup of coffee while they surround themselves with felines in the “cat lounge” at the cafe, which is located at 759 S 4th St. in Bella Vista.

    "Kittydelphia" Pop-Up Cat Shop Coming to Philly
    The three-day event will feature everything cat: Instagram-famous cats, adoptable cats and cat-centric vendors. First came the cats. Then the cat cafes. Now, Philly will house " Kittydelphia " - the city's first pop-up cat event. The three-day feline festival, which kicks off this Friday, will feature Instagram-famous cats, adoptable cats and cat-centric vendors selling art, toys, clothes, food, housewares, jewelry and more.
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Jul 05

15+ Concerts In Philly You Won’t Want To Miss This July

Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing, 601 N. Columbus Boulevard

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Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 Frankford Avenue

Electric Factory, 421 N. 7th Street

Mann Center’s Skyline Stage, 5201 Parkside Avenue

Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad Street

Temple Performing Arts Center, 1837 N. Broad Street

    15+ Concerts In Philly You Won't Want To Miss This July
    Mad Decent Block Party, XPoNential Music Festival, Kendrick Lamar and a slew of other music happenings this month... If a music festival is on your summer to-do list, pack up your sunscreen and get ready to cross it off.
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Jul 05

18+ Terrific Things To Do In Philly This Week, July 5-9

Where:The Schmidt’s Commons, 1001 N. 2nd Street

Where:Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing, 601 N. Columbus Boulevard

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Where:Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Various locations including Pagano’s Market and Bar, 2001 Market Street

Where:Oyster House, 1516 Sansom Street

Where:FringeArts, 140 N. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Various locations including Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar, 10 South 2nd Street

Where:Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue

Where:Market Square Park and the 5400 block of Germantown Avenue

Where:Franklin Square, 200 N. 6th Street

    20 Terrific Things To Do In Philly This Week
    Photo by Matt Stanley for DRWC Hispanic Fiesta, free movie nights and much more... The fun in Philadelphia doesn't stop with the passing of the July 4th holiday. Instead, it continues in the form of beer garden events, festivals, summer movie nights and more.
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Jun 28

20+ New And Coming-Soon Restaurants In Philly This Summer

Where:Urban Village Brewing Company, 1001 N. 2nd Street

Where:Fishtown Hops, 1001 N. Delaware Avenue

Where:The Kettle Black, 631 N 2nd Street

Where:Fishtown Brewpub, 1101 Frankford Ave

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Where:Maison 208, 208 S. 13th Street

Where:Palizzi Social Club, 1408 S. 12th Street

Where:Blue Duck on Broad, 220 S. Broad Street

Where:Pizza Dads, 2843 W. Girard Avenue

Where:Wiz Kid, 124 S. 19th Street

The highly anticipated second outing from Peter Serpico and Stephen Starr will serve both traditional and contemporary Korean eats at 2025 Sansom Street.

Where:Green Eggs Café, 35 S. 18th Street

Where:Usaquen - Cafe & BYOB, 1700 N. 3rd Street

    20+ New And Coming-Soon Restaurants In Philly This Summer
    Photo courtesy Maison 208 The season's openings include French fare, vegan cheap eats and more... Summer's here - and Philly's food scene is hotter than ever. Recent openings include plenty of fast-service options a fresh pair of brewpubs ( Roy-Pitz Barrel House, Urban Village Brewing Company); a spinoff of a highly successful locavore tavern ( Blue Duck on Broad) and a beautiful, long-awaited debut from from Top Chef alum Sylva Senat ( Maison 208).
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Sweet: There’s a Fitness-Filled Pool Party in Northern Liberties Next Week

...workouts as part of their Summer Bash Event, which will be held at Spa Riva (1 Brown Street, Northern Liberties) from 4 to 8 p.m. Insert all the confetti emojis here...

    Sweet: There's a Fitness-Filled Pool Party in Northern Liberties Next Week
    And yes, you are invited. Next Thursday, June 29th, the folks at Riva Health and Wellness, Aqua Vida, and Fitness Alive Swim Academy are teaming up to give you an excuse to start your holiday weekend a little early.
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Jun 23

What $500K Will Buy You in Radnor

114 Poplar Ave. | 5 beds, 1 full, 1 half baths, 1,832 square feet, $495,000

    What $500K Will Buy You in Radnor
    It's one of the Main Line's most affluent townships, but you can live there without spending a fortune, as these three homes in Wayne prove. Are you looking to avoid breaking the bank but only want to look at listings with a Main Line mailing address?
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Jun 20

CDAG Board Minutes April 13, 2017, 6:00 PM

...Festival Pier” site (www.festivalpierphilly.com) at Columbus Blvd near Spring Garden Street: Co-Developers, Jefferson Apartment Group and Haverford Properties, met with the Delaware River Waterfront Corp...

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...contacted CDAG for support in preserving the Pennsport Engine 46 fire station building, located at 1401 S. Water Street. PAGP has documented the 1894 building, attributed to architect John Windrim, for its architectural significance...

    CDAG Board Minutes April 13, 2017, 6:00 PM - Central Delaware Advocacy Group
    Central Delaware Advocacy Group (CDAG) Board Minutes April 13, 2017, 6:00 PM Society Hill Towers Community Room - Recorded Attendance Attached First Draft CDAG Minutes from Irene's notes Call to Order and Approval of Minutes *Chair Matt Ruben called the meeting to order at 6:15 pm.
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Jun 19

The Rise of Neighborhood Noir

900 North Front Street, October 20, 1915. Alonzo D. Biggard, photographer (PhillyHistory.org)

    The Rise of Neighborhood Noir
    The "Philadelphia Gothic" genre enjoyed a major breakthrough in the 1840s thanks to riots, crippling poverty, racial and religious discrimination and the lurid literature of George Lippard and Edgar Allan Poe. But the genre's debut goes back to the 1790s, when Charles Brockden Brown mongered his brand of Philly-based fear.
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24+ Wonderful Things To Do In Philly This Week, June 12-18

The Fillmore, 29 E. Allen Street

Where:Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, 601 N. Columbus Boulevard

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Race Street Pier, Race Street & N. Columbus Boulevard

Franklin Square, 200 N. 6th Street

Various locations including South Kitchen & Jazz Parlor, 600 N. Broad Street

Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 S. Columbus Boulevard

Blue Cross RiverRink, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Forrest Theatre, 1114 Walnut Street

Columbus Square, 1200 Wharton Street

Various locations inlcuding Bar Bombon, 133 S. 18th Street

Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Street

The Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th Street

The African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch Street

The Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

...neighborhood-wide happy hour kicks off on June 15 with a free block party on 2nd and Market streets...

Where:Between 2nd & Chestnut and 2nd & Market streets

Where:The Rosenbach, 2008 Delancey Place

Historic Germantown celebrates the passage and ratification of the 13th Amendment — which ended slavery in America — with its annual Juneteenth Festival this week. The free fest fills the 6300 block of Germantown Avenue with special exhibits, performances, discussions and more.

Where:Parade starting point: 13th & Locust streets; festival: Great Plaza at Penn's Landing, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

    24 Awesome Things To Do In Philly This Week
    Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia Pride Day LGBT Parade and Festival, Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll, Juneteenth Festival, Old City Eats and more... The popular warm-weather hot spot that is Spruce Street Harbor Park is now open for al fresco lounging along the Delaware River waterfront.
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Armstrong Association of Philadelphia

814 North Hancock Street

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Armstrong Association of Philadelphia Annual Reports, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1300 Locust Street, Philadelphia.

Thomas Durham Public School, 1600 Lombard Street, Philadelphia.

    Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia
    The Armstrong Association of Philadelphia was a social-service organization established early in the twentieth century to assess and address the needs of the African American community. Through its efforts to improve education, housing, and health, the organization addressed social and economic issues facing African Americans.
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Jun 07

TROUBLE INTERSECTIONS: A Meeting of Bad Driving and Increasing Poulation

2nd and Spring Garden

...others, however, believe more dangerous intersections could exist further north in more residential spots, like 4th and Green, where Poglar lives. Matt Ruben, president of the Northern Liberties Neighbors Association, noted 2nd and...

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  All three spots have at least one busy street, but only East Norris and Frankford Avenue lies in a somewhat residential area. The other two are larger intersections, and more so a product of being near busy, wide thoroughfares.

  “If I take a bus and get off at 5th Street … If I have to cross at 5th and Poplar, people don’t stop,” Gansky said. “They come close to sideswiping me.”

  “Frankford and Girard is way busier,” said Jenna Vecchione, 27, a lifelong Fishtown resident. “With all the businesses, lights and cars, that [intersection] is more prone to accidents than down here.”

  Jon Yankelewitz lives right by the intersection, on the 1800 block of Frankford. He said he hasn’t seen any accidents there, and agreed with Vecchione that Frankford and Girard is a worse spot.

  Hans said this led to an accident at Susquehanna and Frankford about a year ago, involving a car and motorcycle. The car hit the motorcycle and caused considerable damage to it and a leg injury to the man riding it, he said.

Lehigh and Aramingo

  Emery Greenfield, 29, has lived on the 2600 block of Aramingo for about two years. He said it’s hard to even cross the street given the timing of the pedestrian signal, and that people speed through the intersection constantly.

    TROUBLE INTERSECTIONS: A Meeting of Bad Driving and Increasing Poulation - Spirit News
    During the past few months, Spirit News has closely examined issues involving streets in the Riverwards. In this installment, we look at some of the problem intersections throughout our coverage area. This is not an exhaustive list - it's based off how Lowenthal and Abrams, a law firm downtown, analyzed 2015 PennDOT data.
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Just Listed: Modern Luxury in Northern Liberties for $1.199M

822 N. American St. #4, Philadelphia, Pa. 19123 | Photos: Jackie Dabrowski via Space & Company

    Just Listed: Modern Luxury in Northern Liberties for $1.199M
    Everything about this secluded four-story townhouse is top of the line. It's not that often that one sees a home in Northern Liberties with a million-plus price tag, so when one does hit the market, you know there has to be something special about it.
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Jun 01

Your Guide to the 10th Annual Roots Picnic

...SEPTA Eastbound Market-Frankford subway stops within a blocks from Festival Pier. Get off at 2nd and Spring Garden. If driving into the city works best for you, cash parking lot and kiosk street...

    Your Guide to the 10th Annual Roots Picnic | Philly PR Girl
    Philly's Grammy Awarding-winning hip-hop icons, The Roots, present their 10th annual Root Picnic on Saturday, June 3. Back for its 10th year, the picnic will take over Festival Pier at Penn's Landing. We've created this guide to get you through the day as smoothly as possible. Tickets All tickets are
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May 31

Drink Philly's Guide to 2017 Philly Beer Week

...admission tickets are $46 and VIP are $92—get them now before they sell out! (29 E Allen St....

Visit NoLibs for a special beer week beer garden brought to you by the folks at Shangy’s. Each night they will have different features from breweries like Avery, Austin Eastciders, Bell’s, Flying Fish and entertainment like quizzo, live music, and even a dunk tank. (1040 N 2nd St.)

Enjoy a family-style, 4 course menu complete with beer pairings in Headhouse Square, and you'll even get the chance to participate in a meet and greet with local brewers. Call Pizzeria Stella for reservations at 215-320-8000, and tickets are $60 per person. (420 N 2nd St.)

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This Center City beer garden holds the coveted spot as official beer garden of Philly Beer Week. Check Philly Loves Beer’s site for daily programming. (1735 Market St.)

...Captain Lawrence and Allagash. Check out their Facebook page for each day’s draft list. (1500 Locust St....

Kick off Philly Beer Week with a pig roast at this South Philly bar. Sip Founders and Fat Heads brews to pair with your pork. Best of all, this event is free to attend. (1401 E Moyamensing Ave.)

Johnny Brenda's is setting aside their “locals-only” policy for a night to celebrate brewers who mad began in Philadelphia and have gone on to brew elsewhere. Renowned breweries Coppertail, Oxbox and Two Roads will be on tap along with other surprises. (1201 Frankford Ave.)

...Note Too Distant Future”—a cider brewed with saturn peaches and dry-hopped with galaxy. (4301 Baltimore Ave....

Head to the Northeast for two days of hoppy, seafoody fun. Hop Angel will feature hoppy beers that have tropical twists from breweries like Alpine, Avery, Ballast Point, Evolution, Fat Heads, Green Flash and more. There will also be live music and outdoor games. (7980 Oxford Ave.)

Brooklyn and Saint Benjamin will be providing blank cans, and guests will do the rest of the work at this event. Guest judges will pick 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, and of course, there will be prizes. (100 E Girard Ave.)

Brooklyn and Saint Benjamin will be providing blank cans, and guests will do the rest of the work at this event. Guest judges will pick 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, and of course, there will be prizes. (100 E Girard Ave.)

Gather five of your best friends for this Fishtown scavenger hunt hosted by Evil Genius. Participants will meet at Evil Genius, get their list of tasks and bars where they have to complete them, and then head back to the brewery at 6 PM for the final showdown. (1727 N Front St.)

Grab your ticket to this one-of-a-kind opportunity to get in on the room escape craze whilst imbibing some of Victory’s craft brews. A $35 ticket gets your Escape the Room Philly tickets and two Victory beers at Jose Pistolas. (1528 Walnut St.)

Savor a five course food and beer pairing dinner featuring flavors from France, Germany and Austria. It's $55 per person, and you can call 215-625-3700 to reserve a spot. (614 S 7th St.)

Homebrew pros will face off at Jose Pistolas for  a chance to brew on the line at Dogfish Head Brewery. Dogfish’s founder Sam Calagione will even be there to try the brews. Tickets are $30 and are available to purchase at Jose Pistolas. (263 S 15th St.)

Come cheer on your favorite Pennsylvania brewery at this local brewer battle. Ten breweries will be facing off, and the more beers that are ordered from a particular brewery, the greater the chance that brewery has a guaranteed tap line at Time. (1315 Sansom St.)

...beer that was brewed via a recipe found inside King Midas’ tomb. Free to attend. (1901 Vine St....

Explore the process behind brewing beer all the while imbibing on unlimited samples at this interactive workshop. Tickets are $30 and include the activities and samples from local breweries. (222 N 20th St.)

Get your dance on at this party to celebrate the Free Will Brewing’s beer of the same name. There will be a DJ spinning tunes until midnight along with discounted pours of Free Will drafts and a free sampling table set up with complimentary Kragle IPA and snacks. (2113 E York St.)

...hand with giveaways— only if you are able to beat them at a board game. (6235 Frankford Ave....

...the Schuylkill River taking off at the Community Boathouse. Tickets also include your first beer. (5400 Lindbergh Ave....

Grab a can of your favorite Terrapin brew and watch as the little reptiles race each other in Opa’s backyard. All proceeds of the turtle-loving brewing company’s beers at the event will be donated to the Philadelphia Zoo. (1311 Sansom St.)

Vault brewer Jason Macias will be at the taproom to provide some of the Yardley brewery’s coolest, unfiltered beers. Selections include Aussie Double IPA (8.4%), Extra Special Bitter (6.3%), Armada IPA (6%), and Full City Coffee Stout (5%). (2005 Walnut St.)

...and the races begin at 7 PM. Read the event listing for derby car rules. (224 S 15th St....

...tailgate brews and bites from those breweries will also be on hand for your enjoyment. (1148 S 11th St....

This festival is a homage to beer and the music that many people were introduced to beer through. Splintered Sunlight, the area’s top Grateful Dead cover band, will headline the festival and brews from Sierra Nevada, Terrapin, Fat Heads and more will be showcased. (3925 Walnut St.)

What better way to top off Philly Beer Week than by shutting down the streets for a beer-themed block party? The 6th Annual FestivAle will have carnival games, a dunk tank, art, DJs, and of course, lots of beer. (1200-1300 Frankford Ave.)

Register by June 5 to partake in this beer pong tournament hosted by Bar-ly in Chinatown. The winner will get a custom made beer pong champ jacket and 2nd place gets a $50 Bar-Ly gift card. (101 N 11th St.)

...Cascade Vlad the Imp Aler, Cascade Elderberry, and Cascade Apricot. No tickets or RSVP required. (4333 Spruce St....

...rock tunes and Hawaiian shirts aren’t required, but if you have one, why not. (701 S 50th St....

    Drink Philly's Guide to 2017 Philly Beer Week
    Philly Beer Week is back, and bigger than ever for its 10th anniversary year from Thursday, June 1 through Sunday, June 11. Quite possibly the best week of the year for beer drinkers, PBW takes over the city with pairings, classes, games, dinners, festivals and all things beer.
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May 31

Vote for members of the Northern Liberties Board of Directors – Wed, May 31

...Liberties Community Center property as well as begin the work on the Dough Boy Park (2nd & Spring Garden).  During my time on the board I also focused on fundraising and worked with NLNA...

    Vote for members of the Northern Liberties Board of Directors - Wed, May 31
    The annual NLNA election will be held at the General Meeting on Wednesday, May 31, at 7:00 PM, at the NLNA Community Center at 3 rd & Fairmount Streets. We will be electing Vice President, Secretary and five at-large Board seats. All terms are for two years.
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May 31

Philly Beer Week 2017: The best events across the city

...music, a dunk tank, quizzo and other activities. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., 1040 N. 2nd St.

Night of Nicethings at Heritage: Philly hip hop artist Chill Moody and his band will be jamming at this NoLibs tavern to celebrate the release of his latest collaboration with Dock Street Brewing, Nicethings IPA. 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., 914 N. 2nd St.

Ladies Beer Tea at The Belgian Cafe: A civilized way to sip some of the best brews around. Nancy Rigberg of Home Sweet Homebrew helped put together the menu, which features three courses paired with beer for $28 per person. 2:30 to 5 p.m., 601 N. 2nd St.

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...the rest of the day — or at least back to Center City. 9 a.m., 7980 Oxford Ave.

...brewer — and special flatbreads from chef Adan Trinidad. 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., 19 W. Girard Ave.

Lucky JAWN release at Lucky’s Last Chance: If you prefer to be away from the crowds, hit Queen Village for the first sips of a special Neshaminy Creek collaboration beer, plus some specials from Chicago’s Half Acre Brewing. 8 to 10 p.m., 848 S. 2nd St.

...shirt and pint glass to whoever kicks the first cask. 5 to 7 p.m., 501 N. 13th St.

...All profits go to Broad Street Hospitality Collective. 10 p.m. to 12 a.m., 1526 Sansom St.

Almost 3k at Red Owl Tavern: Give yourself an excuse for a day of beer-drinking by starting with a mini race around Independence Mall. Admission includes tank top and mug, and deals on Founders beer at the Hotel Monaco restaurant when you’re done. 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., 433 Chestnut St.

...real, normal-looking Philadelphians in all their gorgeousness. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., 941 Spruce St.

...bevy of special drafts, including sours and ciders. 6 p.m. to 12 a.m., 4301 Baltimore Ave.

...nonprofit indie publisher The Head and the Hand. 7 p.m. to 12 a.m., 1201 Frankford Ave.

...but tickets are available throughout the day. 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., 263 S. 15th St.

Ninja Cowboy Bear at Evil Genius: Get a team together and sign up for this scavenger hunt that’ll send you walking through bars all around the brewery’s new Front Street taproom. Must have tasks completed and back to home base for the final showdown. 12 to 7 p.m., 1727 N. Front St.

Can Art Contest at Garage Fishtown: Pick up a blank can provided and Saint Benjamin and Brooklyn Brewery and cut, build, color or design it to try for the coolest artwork in the joint. A panel of guest judges will hand out prizes for first, second and third place. 1 to 5 p.m., 100 E. Girard Ave.

PAWS Benefit at Garage Passyunk: If South Philly is where you’ll be, head to this outpost of the game-happy tavern, where $1 scores you three chances to send your favorite brewer into the dunk tank. All proceeds to PAWS, plus deals on Yards drafts. 2 to 4 p.m., 1231 E. Passyunk Ave.

Cinder House Rules at Cinder: It’s not exactly beer, but close enough — the PA Cider Guild is hosting a PBW event anyway! Features seven local apple-booze producers and discounts on meat and cheese plates provided by Fair Food Philadelphia. 6 p.m. to 12 a.m., 1500 Locust St.

Chalk Above the Bar at U-Bahn: Local Phish-meets-Zappa band Hueman will be live on stage, but potentially even more exciting is the pop-up food from Reading Terminal’s new Fox & Sons Corndogs. Plus lots of Forest & Main beer on tap. 8 p.m. to 12 a.m., 1320 Chestnut St.

...home prizes like Phillies tix and Yuengling swag. 12 p.m. to 12 a.m., 1311 Sansom St.

Zombie Apocalypse at Tria Taproom: Indulge your inner spook and enjoy meads and ciders from Michigan’s B. Nektar while you get your face painted in full zombie regalia. Candlelight atmosphere, spooky soundtrack. 5 to 7 p.m., 2005 Walnut St.

Chimay at Moriarty’s: Chimay’s US brand ambassador is so well-known he only goes by one name — Bobo — and his jolly, bearded self will be holding court at this Wash West wings destination. Buy a Chimay and you’ll get to keep the glass. 6 to 8 p.m., 1116 Walnut St.

Hot Wheels at Bar: Get your own personal NASCAR on by breaking out your best vintage Hot Wheels and racing them on tracks set up by Oskar Blues. There’ll be bracket style eliminations to crown a champ at the end of the night, with prizes for winners along the way. 7 to 9 p.m., 1309 Sansom St.

...Calagione and his Ancient Ales collaborator Penn prof Pat McGovern. 6 to 9 p.m., 1901 Vine St.

Free Pig Roast at Bar-Ly: The Chinatown bar with 60 taps is giving away free platters of fresh-roasted pork for happy hour while serving Yards beer for just $3.50 a pint (that deal runs all day). Also look for special Conshohocken Brewing pours on tap. 5 to 7 p.m., 101 N. 11th St.

...20% of ticket sales donated to a Philly art nonprofit. 7 to 9 p.m., 1210 Frankford Ave.

Let’s Make a Deal at Grey Lodge Pub: Bring something to trade and join in as Scoats and folks from yards, Harpoon and Sam Adams recreate the classic game show. Will you score a sweet prize or get zoinked with a clunker? Costumes encouraged. 7 to 10 p.m., 6235 Frankford Ave.

Stickman & Stones at Gaul & Co Malt House: Get a taste of some of the unique Belgian-style farmhouse ales from Royersford, Pa.’s Stickman Brews while listening to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards rock out over the speakers at this Port Richmond newcomer. 7 to 10 p.m., 3133 Gaul St.

...compete in the derby. Prizes for best hit. 4:20 to 7:21 p.m., 2331 E. Cumberland St.

Beer Lab at the Franklin Institute: Sample and sip your way to scientific discovery with a new signature workshop. Hands-on activities will make it clear how brewers turn water, hops, barley and yeast into the delicious beverage we know and love. 7 to 10 p.m., 222 N. 20th St.

Dinner Under the Shambles at Pizzeria Stella: Dine al fresco on Headhouse Square at four-course dinner featuring pizza and more paired with beers from Delco’s 2SP for $60 per person. 6:30 p.m., 420 S. 2nd St.

Evil Idol at Craftsman Row Saloon: Like American Idol, but helped along by Evil Genius beers. Belt out your best karaoke and show the judges panel you’ve got what it takes to make it big. Sly Fox beers also featured. 8 to 11 p.m., 112 S. 8th St.

...come, first-served basis). One kid free for each guardian. 4 to 8 p.m., 5400 Lindbergh Blvd.

Big Fish Challenge at City Tap House UCity: Hang your rod over the terrace balcony and see how many “fish” you can hook — each one you reel in is worth a prize from Harpoon or Ballast Point. 5 to 8 p.m., 3925 Walnut St.

Deutschland at Dusk with Brauhaus Schmitz: The bierfest moves to the Headhouse Shambles for a night, with $6 half-liters or $14 full liters (keep the mug!) of Germany’s best brew. Also: Food, live music and family-friendly games. 5 to 10 p.m., 2nd & Lombard St.

2 Priests, 2 Ministers & a Rabbi at Fergie’s Pub: The fourth annual edition of this conversation with actual ordained leaders in Philly, who’ll discuss how beer figures into their various religions and why it’s a good medium for discussion about life…and god. 6 to 8 p.m., 1214 Sansom St.

Drag Show at Taproom on 19th: Josh Schonewolf Entertainment and Left Hand Brewing are putting on a night of drag, comedy and beer at this Girard Estates taphouse, featuring Bev, Vinchelle, Sutton Fearce and Fahrenheit. 8 to 11 p.m., 2400 S. 19th St.

Canwood Derby at Good Dog Bar: Pick up a wooden derby car in advance at this Center City bar, then trick it out and bring it to the races to win prizes and take advantage of a special lineup of Troegs and Sly Fox beer. 5 to 9 p.m., 224 S. 15th St.

Tailgate Olympics at Devil’s Den: Join local breweries in fierce battles to win tailgate favorites like giant Jenga, Kam Jam, Ladder Golf, beer pong and more. Teams from Levante, Free Will, Yards, Evil Genius, Weyerbacher and 2SP will compete. 12 to 6 p.m., 1148 S. 11th St.

Fishtown FestivAle: This annual block party takes over Frankford Avenue with beer and food stands, food trucks, arts and crafts vendors, games, DJs spinning music and more. 12 to 10 p.m., Frankford & Girard

Kick the Keg Growler Sale at Whole Foods: To clear the taps from all the PBW fun, the grocery’s pub is running a special of $2 off 64-oz. or $1 off 32-oz growler fills. A good way to keep the party going. 12 to 4 p.m., 2101 Hamilton St.

...live acoustic music will set the communal mood. 4 p.m. to 12 a.m., 2301 Fairmount Ave.

    Philly Beer Week 2017: The best events across the city
    Can't decide which of the hundreds of things to do are worth your time? Here's a handy guide. From June 1 to 11, Philly Beer Week returns for its tenth year, bringing literally hundreds of brew-focused events to venues across the city.
    https://billypenn.com

May 30

The 10th Annual Roots Picnic Rocks Penn’s Landing In Philly This Weekend

Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, 601 N. Columbus Boulevard

    The 10th Annual Roots Picnic Rocks Penn's Landing In Philly This Weekend
    This weekend, Festival Pier at Penn's Landingwill be buzzing with activity thanks to the return of the Roots Picnic. ROOTS PICNIC FAST FACTS This year's Roots Picnic will be headlined by music producer / artist Pharrell, rapper Lil' Wayne, and R&B star Solange. The Roots Picnic takes place at Festival Pier at Penn's Landing at noon.
    http://www.uwishunu.com

May 30

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