Diana Rocco leaves CBS3, Meet Jim Donovan’s Angels, Teal Butterflies, Easter Parade Contestant Rules
Good Friday to you. Such a busy week. This weekend Mike and I will in DC to check out the cherry blossoms. I’m also doing a Capital Hill Hotel activation, which means they are hosting us at their hotel and I’m going to blog about it, and do a social media take over for them. You’ll see the majority of those photos on their site next week, and I’ll share them with you. They’re having a really cool political theme offer for the rest of the year, and I can’t wait to experience it. Have a wonderful holiday weekend, and if you’re lonely, reach out to that friend who you’ve been meaning to get together with. There’s a good chance they are looking for something to do too. SUNDAY my FAVORITE PHILLY SPRING Easter event is happening. THE South Street Easter Promenade.
The 85th Annual Easter Promenade returns with a
sea of bonnets, bows, bunnies and brunch options. Thousands are expected
to turn out and parade down South Street in their Sunday Best. Henri
David, the World’s Tallest Bunny, the Easter
Bunny, Mr. & Mrs. Cottontail and the Philadelphia Freedom Band will
lead the crowd from Passyunk/South to Headhouse Square for a best
dressed competition for kids, adults, families and PETS too! Check out here for contest categories.
This morning I caught Erika von Tiehl and Katie Fehlinger on the CBS3 at about 5AM. Those two were having so much fun. Erika as you may have heard is leaving soon to get married, and make a career change while at it. This is her last week at CBS3, so tweet her a sweet goodbye.@evontiehl
But don’t fret, everyone’s favorite Jim Donovan will be slipping into the anchor chair with these lovely ladies helping out.
Meisha Johnson, Brooke Thomas and Katie Fehlinger,
at The Pearl Theatre at Avenue North for their new movie: Barbershop: The Next Cut. Philly’s Eve is also in the movie, but she couldn’t get away from her billionaire lifestyle to say hi to her old hometown.
has accepted the position of Executive Director, effective in June. He
replaces Caroline Boyce, who plans to establish a consultancy for
Check Out The Scene at Philly Mag to see the 5 parties I photographed this week.