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October 2017


Rodney McLeod & Eagles Teammates Dress Up for Halloween for A Good Cause

Rodney McLeod & Eagles Teammates Dress Up for Halloween for A Good Cause

Halloween Ping Pong-A-Palooza Fundraiser at SPiN Philly (ping pong club) benefiting American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Foundation hosted by

Eagles Rodney McLeod (and girlfriend Erika Lee) took place last night and a lot of his teammates came out to support him, and dressed for the occasion

Danielle Triplett, CMP Director, Community Relations and Events for AACR, guest and Mitch Stoller, MA – Philanthropy and Development Executive Director of the AACR Foundation  Michelle Miller, Josh DeMarco, Kim Crawford and Marcus Allen.
OMG MICHELLE did everyone’s make up. That girl is talented.

Marielle Ritchie and John RitchieMcLeod
Morrisa Jenkins and Malcom Jenkins.
(Congrats on their baby due in January)
Nelson Agholor with Jilly a young girl in remission.McLeod
Happy Birthday to MyNEWPhilly’s Kyree Terrell with his team.McLeod
Malcolm Jenkins getting into game mode at SPiN Philly’s social Ping Pong ClubMcLeod
Rodney McLeod and Mitch Stoller, MA – Philanthropy and Development Executive Director of the AACR Foundation with
a $20,000 proceeds from the event being donated to AACR

Torrey Smith and Alshon Jeffery

The winner of Best Costume “The Headless Cowboy” won a pair of tickets to the December 31, 2017 Eagles vs Dallas game at Linc.


A Spooky Good Time was had at The Young Friends of the Academy of Music Monster’s Ball

A Spooky Good Time was had at The Young Friends of the Academy of Music Monster’s Ball
The Young Friends of the Academy of Music held their annual Halloween party “The Monster’s Ball” at XIX at the Bellevue in Center City on Friday, October28th. Co-chairs Martin Ihrig, and Alison Young welcomed nearly 200 fashionably dressed guests — most wearing fancy masks — to the event. The attendees enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and dancing. Proceeds from the event benefit the Academy of Music Restoration Fund. The Academy of Music’s 161st Anniversary Ball and Concert will be held on Saturday, January 27th, 2018.

Elizabeth Wixted and Kyle Scott


Emile Anderson, Meredith West, Erin Cook, Joe Vaccone and James Delmonico

Martin Ihrig, co-chair Young Friends of the Academy Ball and Alison Young , co-chair Young Friends of the Academy Ball


Billy Rossi and Claire Allamby, senior director, Academy of Music Restoration Fund

Guest, Michael Magnatta and Joy Deibert

The Orchestra’s Young Friends program began about five years ago as an effort to attract more young concertgoers. “We wanted to break down some perceived barriers to concertgoing,” Philadelphia Orchestra Vice President of Marketing Janice Hay says. “Before launching the program we talked to a number of young professionals and found out many of them didn’t know anything about The Philadelphia Orchestra. They weren’t willing to pay for something they weren’t familiar with. They had perceptions that concerts were always sold out, or not affordable. In addition, many people thought you had to dress up to go to a concert and felt the Kimmel Center might be an uptight scene. But it isn’t.”

The Young Friends program was the result. With free membership and the ability to purchase up to two tickets at a reduced rate for most concerts, it brings together dynamic and successful professionals between the ages of 21 and 40 who have a love for music and an interest in exploring arts and culture. (source)

Stacey Kracher, Anthony Dodaro , Aida Sparta and Brandon Morrison


Evan Solomon, Ryan Kaysen and Katie Clemm

Ashlee Fuglio and Marquita Eshun

Jackie Raab and Josh Raab


Katelyn Smith, Sirelle Torres and Alyssa Creitz


Mystery Man

About Academy of Music

Known as “The Grand Old Lady of Locust Street,” the Academy of Music is the oldest grand opera house in the United States still used for its original purpose. Each January, the Anniversary Concert and Ball is the primary annual fundraising event for this National Historic Landmark, original home of The Philadelphia Orchestra and current home to resident companies The Opera Company of Philadelphia and The Pennsylvania Ballet. Proceeds provide the restoration and preservation support necessary to maintain the Academy of Music as an architectural and cultural jewel and a tremendous source of pride for our region. For more information please visit

The support of the Young Friends of the Academy of Music is a crucial part of ensuring that this iconic building—that has been an integral part of the fabric of Philadelphia’s arts and culture community for more than a century and a half—continues for generations to come. The Young Friends are truly the future of the Academy of Music! Spooky
Alexander Hankin and Danielle Hankin

Lynsie Solomon, and Kristin Detterline, who with Matthew Malinowski
will be the 2019  co-chairs of The Young Friends of the Academy of Music


Adorable Kids at the 6th Annual East Passyunk Fall Fest and Spooky Saturday

Adorable Kids at the 6th Annual East Passyunk Fall Fest and Spooky Saturday

East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) presented a double dose of spooktacular fun with free activities for the kids, adults and even fido too! The 6th Annual East Passyunk Fall Fest and Spooky Saturday returns on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Family activities included pumpkin decorating, arts and crafts, live music, trick or treating, costume contests (for children and dogs), pet treats and more. For the grown-ups enjoy live music, 40 craft and arts vendors, fall fare, spirited cocktails, and more.

AdorableHugh Hefner
Businesses between the Singing Fountain and Mifflin Triangle (Mifflin and East Passyunk) opened their doors to trick or treaters. Most activities were held at the iconic Singing Fountain (EPA and Tasker),

Adorable Adorable Adorable Adorable
Love her, makes me want to have some ice creamAdorable
The winner in baby category, yes there’s a baby in there – Cheesesteak with Wiz Adorable Adorable Adorable
Kids crafts

These two are adorableAdorable
Scary adorableAdorable Adorable Adorable
Tomorrow I’ll have pooches at the Piazza and South Street Headhouse fun. Don’t miss out next year, these three neighborhoods really
created great programing for family fun.


Happy Halloween Week – Plus this weeks Links to Parties You Might Have Attended

Hey it’s Sunday, and rainy so let’s catch up on parties the Philly Chit Chat team photographed this week.



This year The Arthritis Foundation has launched the Bone Bash a Halloween Fundraiser for Arthritis across all their branches, but I’m sure no one had the perfect location to hold theirs as we did at our own bone museum, the Mütter Museum of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

CBS Philly Bone Bash

The Bone Bash

After the Bone Bash last Friday night, I was enticed by the tunes I heard coming from the Barnes Museum, which is fairly close to my house. I remembered they were hosting their quarterly Young Friends event, this one was to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the museums new location.

It’s always a great time, and crowded with ticket prices at a reasonable $35  with a cash bar and snacks to buy. Mole Street Entertainment provides the music and their DJ and bands always pack the floor.

Young Friends at Barnes Museum

RUSH ART Philly with The Simmons brothers on PSM

AACR Party with a Purpose CBS Philly

Philly Style Mag

Philadelphia Hospitality Honors Paul R. Levy At 2017 Vision For Philadelphia Award Gala

CBS Philly AKA Opening

PSM Photos of AKA Opening

Jeff Erb and friends first outing with an upscale, fun interactive masquerade party was a huge success. I was really impressed that people dressed to the nines to
attend the event. I’m going to write more about this party on PCC this week.

CBS Philly Shadow And Flame Presents Prospero’s Ball At Fringearts’ La Peg

PHOTOS: Prospero’s Ball at La Peg- Metro Philly

Have I mentioned how much I love working with CBS3Philly. I got to go shoot a day of activities with some of the cast of Superior Donuts.

PHOTOS: Stars From The CBS Hit Comedy ‘Superior Donuts’ Visit CAPA And Factory Donuts

All next week I’ll be posting more photos from Halloween parties and other events happening around town, plus some interesting gossip, engagements & weddings


Komen Philadelphia Celebrates The Greater Gatsby While Raising Funds

Komen Philadelphia Celebrates The Greater Gatsby While Raising Funds

On Saturday, October 14, the Susan G. Komen Foundation hosted the 16th Annual Pink Tie Ball to continue their fight against breast cancer at Cescaphe Event Group’s Vie. This year’s theme “The Greater Gatsby”, guests will enjoy an array of activities that play on the popular flapper era including dressing up in the era’s popular flapper and gangster look, their was even a “speakeasy” door with a password that allowed you to enter.

The Smyrna Police Department has a Komen Pink Car

The cocktail party decor was created by Kristine Izak,

while the decor for the ballroom was done by Scott Rothenberger , PLACE


Elaine Grobman, CEO, Susan G Komen Philadelphia and Dr. Sidney Grobman
“We are coming together to support our fight against breast cancer and celebrate the many victories we have achieved together,” says Elaine Grobman, CEO of Susan G. Komen Philadelphia

Dottie Giordano and Frank Giordano, President & CEO of The Philly POPS and President & CEO of Atlantic Trailer Leasing Company
Frank was presented the “Friend of the Fight” Award from Susan G. Komen at the 16th Annual Pink Tie Ball in Philadelphia.



There was a wide array of fun items available to bid on during the silent auction


Jeanette Stephens-El and John Dixon

Gatsby'sStacy and Jules Vorndran

Spirits from Boardroom



Co chairs Thomas Bove and Michele T. Schina  greet the guests as CBSPhilly’s Stephanie Stahl and Natasha Brown look on.
PS Tom and I went to Paul VI together. it’s always so fun to run into him at Komen events. Komen is very near and dear to his heart, and he and his fiance Michele do so much for the organization. He was one of the best dressers in high school, looking dapper above as well; as well as super nice.


Troy Windham, Wendy Newell, MD and Karen Kelly
Troy and Wendy are married, later in life Troy’s sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and Dr. Newel became her doctor. She saved her sister in law’s life.

Gatsby'sEntertainment followed, then dinner and dancing to complete a great night to raise funds to battle breast cancer.

PS PhillyChitChat readers, sorry I missed Wednesday. Thanks for visiting as I see the numbers were still high. As you know Social Season is kicking my butt. So many events. Tonight oh my, The Philly Mag Whiskey Fest at the Linc. Bruce Willis is being honored by the Phila Film Society, and it’s rumored the whole Glass crew will be there, sadly not me, I’m photographing what is going to be one of the coolest Halloween Masquerade parties this year, and in the future – Prospero’s Ball at La Peg. PhillyChitChat’s Mike Hirata will be shooting Timothy’s School Austic Fundraiser in the burbs and there are a lot of other fun parties happening tonight. This weekend I’ll be shooting 2 events Friday, 3 on Saturday, working all day Sunday, then 2 events on Monday. It’s all fun, and I love bringing it to you. I will again promise to not miss a day, I hate when I do that too. Thanks HughE


The Bourse Marketplace Retains It’s Charm as it Renovates It’s Food Hall

The Bourse Marketplace Retains It’s Charm as it Renovates It’s Food Hall

As the City moves forward, a few of our historic business are heading in the director of new and prettier too while keeping it’s historic charm. One of those places is the popular tourist spot -The Bourse, overlooking Independence Hall.

Charm(Common creative use)

The Philadelphia Bourse was a commodities exchange founded in 1891 by George E. Bartol, a grain and commodities exporter, who modeled it after the Bourse in Hamburg, Germany. The steel-framed building – one of the first to be constructed – was built from 1893 to 1895, and was designed by G. W. & W. D. Hewitt in the Beaux-Arts style.[1] Carlisle redstone, Pompeian buff brick and terra cotta were all used in the facade. The Bourse stopped functioning as a commodities exchange in the 1960s. The structure continued to serve as an office building until 1979 when the trading space adaptively reused the space a food court.

Fast forward to 2017 and the Bourse is undergoing another transformation – to the tune of $40 million, one which will continue as a hub for tourists in the Historic Philly area, as well as office workers and locals, but as a serious food and beverage hall with 27 new vendors.

Earlier this month a press conference was held to showcase the changes as well as introduce a few of the new tenants

Anney Thomas, Chaat and Chai

Chaat and Chai closed their South Philly storefront over the summer but the restaurant will reopen at The Bourse;   Bluebird Distilling plans to open a full service bar at The Bourse, currently at the Shops of Liberty Place they have a tasting room; Chef Sylva Senat of Maison 208 is opening Baby Buns, named for what his daughter calls sliders. Pasta makers Vera Pasta plan to serve lunch option, they had samples at the press conference which were delicious.  Olive with a Twist, which sells olive oils, balsamic vinegars, jams, and other gourmet pantry items,

Whenever I’m down in Old City and just want to chill, the Bourse was always my go to spot. Plus I liked the various vendors and postcard shops. It was a great hideaway with minimum offers, and now it’s going to have a better selection of food and shops.

Philadelphia Marathon 11/17 – 11/19


Think Seattle Marketplace, wouldn’t it be great if someone tossed a few fish?Updates
MRP Realty, in conjunction with Cana Development, will bring an array of artisanal vendors, as
well as established Philadelphia businesses, to Old City’s The Bourse, one of the city’s most
iconic buildings. Upon opening, The Bourse Marketplace will offer visitors and locals 27 high-
quality businesses under one roof, in addition to four anchor tenants in the building’s four

Matt Holman, Chanan Delivuk, and Thomas Foley, Sedso Design

Jeffrey Yau, Annie Jiropatnakul, Marissa Taffer and Jim DePhillip


Job Itzkowitz, Executive Director of Old City District, Kate McGlinchey, Brett Mapp, Old City, and Gabriella Sacidor


Laura Burkhardt, Visit Philly

Chocodiem, a Belgian-style chocolate shop will be at the new The Bourse Marketplace

Punch Media PR team handing out gift bags featuring a few of the products soon to be sold at the Bourse, in Spring 2018


That Meatball Contest Controversy, and Pixs & Links to Media Placements This Week

That Meatball Contest Controversy, and Pixs & Links to Party Pics This Week

Hello gorgeous Sunday. GET OUT, really today is probably the last really nice weekend day of summer before Wednesday’s cold front comes through. The Social Season is winding down; PhillyChitChat was out and about shooting a lot of fun events which happened this week. If I photographed you towards the end of the week, your link will be here next Sunday or follow me on Social Media and find the link there. Let’s check out a few photos, followed by a link to additional photos.

SUNDAY: Taproom on 19th Meatball and Gravy Contest, not so much gravy judging though. Good thing cause one contestant told me she dropped her gravy slow cooker on the way to setting up


The judges in the Meatball Gravy Contest

Charles Roxland‘s meatballs came in 2nd

Winner Jena Leigh Lucas won with her tradition pork, veal & beef, gluten free bread crumbs. She told me the recipe was from her mom who got it from her Nonna, and each women added their own ingredients to make it special. Originally it was a DEAD HEAT between the first and second winner, but I told the judges of her sweet story, and about the cute apron she wears while cooking. The apron was created by her Nonna when she was a little girl.

South Philly’s Jennifer “Fear” Zavala , and her son at the Taproom on 19th Meatball Contest last week. Jennifer created a delicious chick pea meatball, which wreaked havoc with the old school meatball lovers of South Philly. Some people went as far as to assume Jen’s meatball won the contest and began blowing up the internet. I guess all gals with tattoos look alike?  Mary Sellers was MAD AND LET US ALL KNOW ABOUT IT ON HER ZAGAT REVIEW

– Mary Sellers (left this on Zagat under Taproom on 19 s review)


Check out Victor Fiorillo’s column for more deets and

Tune into Fox 29 Monday to find out what happened at @taproomon19th Meatball/Gravy Challenge?
@foxyladychef & @missmalloryknox will be on @mikejerrick@alexholleytv@fox29philly 8:30 Monday ! #meatballmadness#basicbitch

Plus Check out CBSPhilly for photos from the contest



Monday night I attended another in a series of author/panel conversations of the Arts + Business Council of Philadelphia. This one was Turning Big Orgs into Lean Startups with Eric Ries + Adam GrantWrestlingIt was held Monday night at the Prince Theater, and was well attended. Usually they’re held during the morning hours before people head to work. I think A+B might now consider mixing them up holding them both in the morning and in the evening. The ticket price is always reasonable, usually about $35 to attend, and the event is between 2 and 3 hours long. There is a higher VIP price, which includes a meet & greet with the author, receiving a book and getting it signed.

Dane Copeland, Karin Copeland, executive director of the Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia and Jason Whitelock (Get to know Karin)

During the VIP on Monday night there was a performance by Ballet X, a partner of A+B. BalletX is Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet company, who perform at the Wilma Theater at Broad and Spruce. Their season kicks off November 29. Wrestling
Eric Ries signs his latest book for a fan
The doors opened up and the crowds were ready to be schooled. Check out additional photos at CBSPhilly

Komen Philadelphia’s Annual Pink Tie Gala, this year’s them was The Great Gatsby’s. What a great event, and theme. I’m going to write a longer piece on the event to showcase the decor and the smartly dressed guests.

Philly Style Magazine
Philly Metro Online


CureDuchenne | Finding a cure for Duchenne  
Saturday night PhillyChitChat’s Andre Flewellen photographed Blingo, a blinged out fundraiser for Duchenne, muscular dystrophy is fatal muscle disease that usually affects young boys.

I headed there after photographing Komen’s Pink Tie Gala just in time to photograph the last two Blingo games. Blingo is played just like bingo, but all the prizes are gift certificates, or blingy jewelery. Here’s sponsor Geno Vento pulling balls to determine the next winner

Farah Hassanbhai-Kapoor and Rahul Kapoor

Farah wants me to remind you to save the date for the 125th Anniversary of the Reading Terminal Market

Lucie Walker, Maria Kent and Sarah Bryns flank former Eagles player Tra Thomas

Decor by Ann Catania, Creative Director of Ten Pennies.
Philly Style Magazine

Philly Metro Online

Philadelphia Theater Company Presents Wrestling Jerusalem By Aaron Davidman
October 18 – November 5, 2017

I headed to the opening night after party which was held in the theater lobby

Paige Price, artistic director at the Philadelphia Theatre Co. and Aaron Davidman. writer and performer of WRESTLING JERUSALEM

Check out party photos in CBSPhilly

Check back next Sunday for more party links, and every day on PhillyChitChat for events happening near you.


Capital Grille Goes Al Fresco, Glass Update, Epic Window box

Capital Grille Goes Al Fresco, Glass Movie, Epic Window Box

Friday, yeah. After a super busy week I just have one event tonight, a wedding tomorrow and then it’s back to 2 events a day for a week or so….Let’s ChitChat


I attended the Union League’s Women’s Committee Fashion Show chaired by Lynsie Solomon at noon Thursday. It was fantastic and those photos will pop up somewhere soon. On my way over I spied Capital Grille happenings. I tweeted that it looked like Capital Grille was finally joining the al fresco club. By the looks of things I though this isn’t a good idea, that corner is a hot mess. (not Wawa hot mess, but close)


But hours later when I walked passed I thought this could work. The tables are fairly separated from prying eyes and solicitors. I spoke with a few Capital Grille peeps who told me they are going to experiment with al fresco, then when it gets colder put it away until the spring when they will celebrate the debut in grand style. It’s about time, the sidewalks are fairly broad there, it’s not like 18th Street or Walnut St where it’s tough to share, especially with the placards and street side tables.
Speaking of steak, I headed to Chima last night to check out their newly renovated eatery at the corner of 20th and JFK. It’s fantastic; it’s bright, clean and the food is as delicious as ever. The COO tells me that they might be bringing back their ever popular lunch again now that the renovations is over. Hey Alex Tewfik, Foobooz and my date for the night Thanju Hamilton. Also dining with us the infamous Le from Hopsing. Always great to see him.

After Chima and on my way to the Suzanne Roberts Theater to photograph the Philadelphia Theatre Company’s Wrestling Jerusalem – October 18 – November 5, 2017 I checked out this window box garden I saw being built earlier this week.

Shazam it’s amazing. It’s on the 1600 block of Spruce Street if you want to check it out. The glass bowl has actual live fish in it. Hope we don’t get a frost too soon.

James McAvoy and his lady love Lisa Liberti were shopping over the weekend at Green Aisle Grocery.  Bruce Willis spent a few happy hours at Scarpetta, seems nobody bothers him. Samuel L Jackson has been spotted roaming the Rittenhouse neighborhood, including taking in last weeks art show. Next week they head to Allentown with Sarah Paulson.
The Geeter Heater was working over time at the Palm Restaurant earlier this week
Speaking of working Jerry Blavat will be at Sugarhouse every Saturday beginning at 4PM
Date Book

Two Philadelphia college students with a passion for classic cars have joined forces to Save Jewelers’ Row. Marc Patterson, a Finance and Business Analytics major at Drexel University, and Yousif Memon, President of the Temple University Motor Club, have organized a classic car show for Sunday, October 22nd, from 10am to 3pm, on Jewelers’ Row (7th and Sansom Street), in support of the Save Jewelers’ Row campaign of the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia.  Patterson posted this video and invites views to the Facebook event page and LBI Limited Instagram account for more information.

Have a great weekend, see you Monday….


Nicole Miller: The Power of Pink

Nicole Miller: The Power of Pink

On October 12th, 2017 Nicole Miller at the Bellevue welcomed 50+ attendees to embrace the “Power of Pink.” Kristin Detterline, Laura Promiscuo, Philadelphia fashion bloggers Laurelle Gunderson and Ra’Chell Richards, were in attendance along with friends and fashionistas gathered for a special charity shopping event dedicated to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.


LBBC is a nonprofit organization that provides programs and services to help women whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer.

Denise DiSimone, Senior Vice President of PNC Bank, Wendy Hamilton, General Manager of Sugarhouse Casino, Jenny Woo, Vice President of ESM Productions and Dr Thanuja Hamilton joined the celebration hosted by dear friend Mary Dougherty.

Sabrina Pray, Bellevue store manager, Dr. Annina Wilkes, diagnostic radiologist of Jefferson University Hospital, and Mary K. Dougherty, Nicole Miller Philadelphia owner, joined together to kick off the Power of Pink charity shopping event on October 12th, 2017.

Emmy- nominated Co-host of Good Day Philly, Alex Holley, sporting the limited edition Nicole Miller pink baseball cap;

100% of the proceeds from the sales of the hat go to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

Photos provided by client Nicole Miller


Art Museum Target is Now Open Here’s A Preview

Art Museum Target is Now Open Here’s A Preview

A few weeks ago I stopped by the new Target located at 20th and Callowhill and chatted with the manager. She invited me to the soft opening, which occurred last night, but I was already booked. I swung by just before closing and took a few photos. During my chat with her I complained about the quality of merchandise at the Target’s that had already opened in Center City. The clothing was not the same high quality that you would find at a full size Target, and the stores didn’t sell picture frames. She assured me that this Target was more on target with the stores you’d find in the burbs, rather than the downtown smaller stores. Let’s see if she’s right.

The entrance and exit is on the left. The doors in the center, that’s the Fire Exit.

There was a nice size clothing section for men, women and children. I couldn’t find my size which is xxxl, which they carry in a real Target. They have dressing rooms which is great.


Prices were  very reasonable starting at $7 for a graphic shirt to $29 for an outfit,

The mini Target is in the old Whole Foods Market location 2001 Pennsylvania Ave. Wednesday morning and has about 30ks feet of shopping space. A full size target like the one on City Ave is about 130,ooo feet. The ones in Center City are less than 30ks feet. Target

I love that they have Target Mobile and Order Pickup, the service that allows shoppers to order items online and retrieve them in-store.
They have an electronics department, which is great for the neighborhood.


Conveniently there’s a CVS Pharmacy inside of Target. If you want the full CVS experience go a block over to the Whole Foods complex and visit CVS there. They have a magazine rack which I didn’t see at Target. I did see a small shelf of books.

Target is a great mini grocery store.

Hurry they forgot to add the soda tax an associate told me. They plan to do it today or tomorrow. Target
I buy soup, this is a good dealTarget
I buy this at Wegman’s, this is a good deal. TargetAvacado’s were on sale, 4 for $4Target Target
About a $.50 cheaper than Whole FoodsTarget
They sell milk & eggs as well. Plus cereal, pasta, just about anything you can think of that is convenient grocery shopping. There’s not a butcher or a lunch meat counter.TargetA  little less expensive than Whole Foods


Please do not by this bag, unless you live in a no pet building and you want to pet something
Yeah picture frames, but what heck on the left
If you want Starbucks while shopping, this kiosk is perfect, otherwise go across the street for the full experience which includes sitting and more lemon bar choices Target

There are a few full service check out countersTargetBut more self service check out counters

$5.99 for that huge pumpkin is a bargain.

Target Art Museum is a convenient store for the value shopper, and a welcomed addition to the neighborhood for a quick gift pick up and better grocery selection than the Wawa a block away, but it’s not for the fashion conscious wearing consumer.

Free parking to boot.
The hours are great too Weekdays 7am to 10PM
Saturday 7am to 11PM
Sundays 8am to 10PM

Check out Suzette Parmley’s column in for a more in depth business discussion on the new Target, and future Target’s coming to Philly.