The best wine is the wine we drink with friends. Did you know Philadelphia had a week dedicated to wine? I mean come on, Wine, it’s like duct tape, it fixes everything. Philly Wine Week is expanding faster than ever and now features hundreds of special events in over 50+ restaurants and bars across the city.
We are going back in time for Women's History Month. A more radical time and meet the Guerrilla Girls and their unorthodox tactics, which have been instrumental since then, bringing light to the underrepresentation of female artists in the art world – and the world at large.
A few years ago, Matthew Nocho of Avenues of Change in East Kensington saw that there was a great need for an education based organization committed to empowering low income families and defending local teachers.
Linens and candles and cards… oh my! Just one sweep of Yelp, and it’s clear that Occasionette gift shop is the locals’ favorite for stationary, kitchen knick knacks and our personal favorite, Philly-themed goodies
If you’re enough lucky to be Irish... You’re lucky enough! In fact, Trulia calls Philadelphia a top 5 city to celebrate St.Patricks day and since it's also Friday we thought we would spice up your Jameson with some of the best places to check out this weekend (if you’re wearing green). Plus, you won’t need the luck of the Irish to score these awesome deals on drinks and food around the city.
Despite Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction, it doesn't seem like the weather in Philadelphia has decided whether or not spring is here. So whether this weekend brings more snow or another 70-degree day of sunshine, there is still plenty of time to feel spring fever (or allergies). Step out and get your seasons on when you attend the whimsical world of Philadelphia’s 188th Flower show.
The Philly Home Girls had the privilege to guide our beloved clients through 246 home purchases and sales this year. We are so fortunate to have worked with such extraordinary people through one of life’s most exhilarating, fulfilling, and important experiences. Our goal has always been to get you a great house: a home that is perfect for you in all of the ways that are meaningful to you.
Millennials represent a growing group of home buyers ranging from about the age of 18 to 34 today. While many are buying their first home, some millennials found on the higher end of the age scale may be buying the last home they will own until retirement. Regardless, the home itself may not be nearly as important as the city it's located in, at least for millennials