• Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Museum of the American Revolution Opening

     
    FROM THE Spring 2017 ISSUE
     

A sneak peek of the venue spaces at the Museum of the American Revolution, which will open on April 19, was celebrated on Jan. 19 in Philadelphia. The invite-only event was held for industry insiders to showcase the new museum’s offerings for events and meetings, which includes four main event spaces: Rotunda, Patriots Gallery, Liberty Hall and Founder’s Board Room. 

Marilyn Sukonick-Zeff’s story starts in a Barnes & Noble. On a whim, many moons ago—as she says—she took her two children for story hour at the national bookstore and noticed there would be a tarot card reader coming in to promote selling the cards. The experience intrigued her so much she asked for a private reading with the woman on a different date.

 

May has been FOOD BOWL month in Los Angeles, a 31-day festival of curated events produced by the Los Angeles Times to celebrate the city’s dynamic and diverse culinary scene and bring awareness to food waste and hunger through programs with chefs and food-justice activists. The charity partners include No Kid Hungry, PATH & Food Forward.

 

Red Pedal Tours in Philadelphia is now offering a brand-new tour for foodies. We profiled Red Pedal Tours in our Spring 2014 issue when they had just hit the streets with their bright red pedicycle, and we are thrilled they are growing in popularity. The pedicycle is powered by you—there are 12 seats lining two sides of the cycle, with a bench in the back for three non-cyclers to enjoy the ride. Their history tours are a fun and active way to experience the city’s history in a new way.