Philadelphia Inquirer “On South Street, an annual celebration of Easter finery” By Jacob Adelman, March 29, 2016 There were Mad Hatter-inspired top hats, handmade green-and-orange porkpies and bunny-bedecked sun caps. But the best bonnet of all was the one worn by Joules Santos, according to the judges at this year’s Easter Promenade on South Street…..more.
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Billy Penn “How Philly’s famous Easter Promenade died, and was resurrected” By Danya Henninger March 26, 2016 Strutting around in finery on Easter Sunday became common long before Philadelphia had a coordinated Promenade. In East Coast metropolises of the late 19th century, Easter was considered even more of a major shopping holiday than Christmas, so
Conde Nast Traveler “The 6 Best Places to Eat in Philadelphia Right Now” by Ashlea Halpern April 04, 2016 Hungry Pigeon f you walk into this Fabric Row restaurant and smell garbage, fear not: it’s just Birchrun Hills’ Red Cat cheese baking in the oven. The scent is noxious but the velvety taste, when