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New Philadelphia Rental Property Lead Certification Law

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Beginning October 1, 2020, landlords in Philadelphia will be required to test and certify rental properties as lead-safe or lead-free in order to A) execute a new or renewed lease or B) receive or renew a rental license.  The requirement applies to all residential properties, but it will be phased in by zip code over…

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

What is Indigenous People’s Day? Beginning in 1991, dozens of cities, several universities, and a growing number of states have adopted Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a holiday that celebrates the history and contributions of Native Americans. This Holiday also happens to fall on the same day as Columbus Day, which does not happen to be a…

Hispanic Heritage Month 2021

Coming up on September 15th, Hispanic Heritage Month will begin. If you are unfamiliar, this is a period of time celebrated throughout the latter half of September and the first half of October as a way to promote the history, culture, and contributions of Hispanic-Americans. More specifically, those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the…

The Best Philadelphia Fall Activities

With Summer quickly coming to an end, we can only try and look and the next best things ahead! Luckily, Fall in Philadelphia is just as much fun as Summer. The crisp Autumn air, the colorful leaves, and of course, Spooky Season. Throughout the Fall months, Philadelphia has a variety of fun and exciting activities…

Learn About Labor Day

Labor Day is often thought of as summer’s “final send off.” The holiday weekend usually offers a chance to spend time hanging out and enjoying time with all of your family and friends. It’s the perfect time to do any of those last minute summer time things that you missed out on over the last…

Guide to Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia!

Summer gets a proper send-off in Philadelphia this Labor Day weekend (September 3-6, 2021) with tons of fantastic things to do both indoors and out! Labor Day weekend is typically the last weekend before people officially say good bye to summer. Students are back at school, the days begin to get shorter, and the warm…

CELEBRATING NATIONAL BLACK BUSINESS MONTH

August is National Black Business Month, and we recognize the Black-owned businesses across the country! African American business owners account for approximately 10% of U.S. businesses and about 30 percent of all minority-owned businesses. Cities, specifically, all over the United States go out of their way during August to make sure their support and encouragement…

Tips to Protect Yourself From Unhealthy Air

West Coast wildfires have progressively gotten worse over time. Recently, wildfires in the Canada and Oregon region have had long lasting effects all over the country. Sadly, the Northeast’s air quality is also becoming very harmful because of these fires and have made the air extremely hazy and foggy, while also making it very difficult…

Best Ice Cream Shops in Philadelphia

There’s nothing better than a cold ice cream cone in the summer! Philadelphia has some of the most delicious ice cream parlors and they are the best places to go on a hot sunny day. Here are some of our favorite places to head over to for a delicious ice cream treat!   Milk Jawn…

Essential Things To Do On Your First Trip To Philly

Philadelphia is one of the most historical cities in the country and is a place that everybody should visit at least once in their life. Just like any city, Philadelphia has endless possibilities of things to do and places to see. It can seem very overwhelming, especially when you want to make sure you don’t…

Best Outdoor Movie Spots in Philly

It’s summer, which means there are lots of opportunities for so many different outdoor activities to take part in! One of our favorite things to do in Philly during the summer is to watch free movies outdoors! Whether you want to make it a date night under the stars or want to have a cute…