Avid trash pickers and treasure hunters, the Dumpster Divers of Philadelphia search for material to create inspiring, whimsical artwork. Found object artists Betsy Alexander and Burnell Yow! take us through home and studio filled with their work as well as…
Women represent only one third of bicyclists in Philadelphia, according to the Bicycle Coalition of Philadelphia. This is slightly better than the national average, but there is still a gender gap that exists in bicycling. Katie Monroe of the Bicycle…
Earth Bread + Brewery is Philadelphia brewpub crafting homemade beer and flatbread pizzas while staying committed to their sustainable philosophy.
After leaving the “Big Food” industry, Amanda Feifer O’Brien filled her mason jars with dinner scraps and started creating her own pickled foods.
The Philly Fixers Guild sets up Repair Fairs every few months where the community can bring their broken stuff to “fixers,” who will repair their items. The best part: it’s free.
Scroll through for my picks of some of the best students events going on in Philadelphia.
Set to launch in mid-March, Eco Philly is a video series featuring the stories of Philadelphia locals.
Outside of Center City, there are few impressive menus and drink specials for brunch – Derek’s Restaurant is one of them.
With a box of condoms ready at hand and freshly tweezed eyebrows, three friends hit the road to campaign for presidential candidate John Kerry in the coming-of-age comedy Farah Goes Bang.
Gluten-free, dairy free, soy-free, peanut-free and corn-free, the Philadelphia-based Sweet Freedom Bakery is free of the most common food allergies.