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  • Love Park Grand Reopening Announced

    Mark your calendars! The highly-anticipated renovated Love Park is getting ready to open. City officials announced the re-dedication is scheduled for May 30th. The iconic sculpture returned to its home on 15th and JFK a few months ago after a year-long restoration. The $16 million renovation took about two years.

  • Going Viral: Texas Teen Takes Mom to Prom

    Taking your mom to prom sounds like a punishment, but it’s exactly what one Texas teen wanted.   Joe Moreno of Corpus Christi brought his mom Vanessa to senior prom. The 18-year-old student held fast to a middle school promise of bringing his mother along for the big night.   My mom had me at the age of 17 she dropped out of high school to focus on giving me her all. Last night I gave her the prom night […]

  • Nominations Open for L’Oréal Paris 2018 Women of Worth

    *The following post is sponsored. The signature philanthropic program for L’Oréal Paris, Women of Worth, is now in it’s thirteenth year and calling for 2018 nominations. The Women of Worth program chooses 10 women from around the country every year and awards and celebrates them for the work they’re doing to serve others in their community. It can be anything from supporting and serving the homeless to supporting troops abroad. Nadya Okamoto and Schinnell Leake are former honorees and talked about […]

  • This Spot in Philly Is Offering Kombucha On Tap

    Grab the growlers! Whether you like it or not, kombucha continues to grow in popularity. Local company Inspired Brews serves up handcrafted kombucha with unique and seasonal ingredients right in Old City. When you hear the word “bacteria” it doesn’t exactly sound like something you want to put in your body, but Co-Owner of Inspired Brews Fermentary Jessa Stevens says the right kinds of bacteria can work wonders. She’s been drinking the probiotic tea for the last seven years. “It […]

  • Apple Unveils Special Edition Red iPhone

    iPhone users may be seeing red with Apple’s latest product, but it’s a good thing! The release of the limited edition red iPhone 8 and 8 Plus is part of a partnership with HIV/AIDS advocacy group “Red.” You might remember last year’s red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. It was the first iPhone to get the red treatment. Apple discontinued the red variations of the phones once the 8, 8 Plus and X were announced meaning these new models may […]

  • City Gears Up for Villanova Championship Parade

    For the second time in the past two months, the city of Philadelphia is gearing up for another championship parade. Villanova beat Michigan 79-62 securing their third NCAA Championship and another parade for Philly. The parade kicks off around 11 AM and will follow the same path as the 2016 parade. The Wildcats will start on 20th and Market Street and head eastbound down Market to Dilworth Park. A rally is scheduled at Dilworth Park for 11:45 AM. As always […]

  • 4 Ways to Refresh Your Routine This Spring

    *The following post is sponsored. Spring is a great time to refresh your daily routine. Lifestyle expert Kate De Ponte has tips from skincare to healthy eating to help you look and feel your best this season. If winter left you stressed and sleep deprived, Elemis is here to help the appearance of tired skin. Their “Face the Future” three-piece collection with new pro-collagen overnight matrix is the next generation of Elemis pro-collagen, anti-aging skincare with smart technology. “It uses […]

  • Just Tired Or Excessive Daytime Sleepiness?

    *The following post is sponsored. There’s a big difference between hitting the snooze button a couple of times and feeling tired all the time. The latter may be excessive daytime sleepiness. Sleep Expert Dr. Raj Dasgupta explained the difference. Jazz Pharmaceuticals recently conducted a survey that asked whether Americans knew the difference between being tired and excessive daytime sleepiness. Sixty-three percent said they did not. “It’s the irresistible urge to sleep. Sleep attacks that come at unopportune moments during a […]

  • Women’s History Month: Travel Survey

    *The following post is sponsored. In time for Women’s History Month, travel journalist Patricia Schultz discusses why women travel, how traveling empowers them and tips for women travelers. Schultz has spent decades traveling and found that the operative word is empowerment. “I think travel makes us inspired. Women find that it makes us strong. It makes us resilient, creative and just all around independent in ways that sitting at home on the couch simply cannot.” A recent survey showed women […]

  • Good Food, Better For You

    *The following post is sponsored. Good food should be good for you, right? Registered Dietitian Lourdes Castro shared some healthy and delicious meal hacks. It all starts with ingredients. “My favorite ingredient to work with is Greek yogurt for three simple reasons. It’s nutritious, it’s delicious and it’s really versatile. You can prepare both sweet and savory preparations.” A very popular dish that has taken off is avocado toast. “While avocados are delicious on their own, they don’t have any […]