Posted by Aubrey Nagle on August 23rd, 2012
Bee prepared, the Philadelphia Honey Festival is right around the corner. See what all the buzz is about from September 7th to the 9th as the city’s beekeeping community comes together to raise awareness about the importance of bees, while having fun and tasting delicious products. Activities range from kiddie crafts to cooking demonstrations to honey-based beer tastings. Franklin Fountain and Little Baby’s will be among the businesses participating.
Read on for highlights from the un-bee-lievable schedule. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Foobooz on October 19th, 2011
The 10th annual First Person Arts Festival is set for November 10th to 20th. This year the festival is expanding to 11 days featuring local and nationally known artists in theater, film, literature, visual art, and storytelling — all inspired by real life experience. As always there are a number of worthwhile food events including a nightly happy hour at Khyber Pass Pub.
Posted by Foobooz on August 26th, 2011
Best of Philly Tweeter Dan McQuade has taken over the Twitter account @PhillyMag today and it is already producing results. Earlier this morning D-Mac tweeted a link to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board mascot, L.C. Bee.
We look forward to having a legal drink with L.C. in 2013, perhaps some mead.
Follow D-Mac all day at #dhmtweets
Posted by Foobooz on November 12th, 2007
Craig LaBan tastes Honey in Doylestown. Not surprisingly honey plays a major role in the dishes, sometimes for good, sometimes for bad.
Whether McAtee scores or stumbles, he does it with exuberance. It’s a likable enthusiasm that infuses every aspect of Honey, including its friendly and generally well-prepared servers, who were charming even when they didn’t have all the answers about the small American wine list.
Two Bells – Very Good