More than 15 years ago, DJ Jocelyn was the first woman to host an on-air radio show in the history of WKPS 90.7 FM. Nowadays, she draws upon her broadcast charm to energize partygoers and make announcements as DJ David or DJ Billy from Philly lures guests to the dance floor by spinning oldies, classic R & B, funk, line-dance tunes, and hip-hop. The Phunky Sound Entertainment, LLC team can also dispatch live entertainers such as jazz guitarist Larry Woods. To preserve memories of important occasions even after the last remnants of the Cha Cha Slide have come unstuck from partygoers’ heads, Phunky Sound covers events with videography and photography services, including photo-booth rentals.
Indian cuisine made with seasonal ingredients and an American flair.
When to Go: Swing by on a Thursday night if you fancy live sitar and tabla music, but go any other night if you prefer humming your own tunes while you chew.
Inside Tip: The restaurant is BYOB, so pick up your favorite bottle of wine or six-pack of beer before dinner.
Chaat: savory Indian snack food made of potatoes, fried bread, and a spice medley that typically includes dried mango powder, cumin seeds, and black salt.
Paneer: a fresh cheese made from boiling cow's milk or water buffalo's milk and curdling it with whey—the dish dates back to at least 6,000 BC.
While You're in the Neighborhood
Before: Test your crafting skills at All Fired Up (602 Haddon Avenue), a studio devoted to paint-your-own pottery.
After: See what's happening at the Scottish Rite Auditorium (315 White Horse Pike), a historic 1930s venue that hosts musical acts and theater performances.
If You Can’t Make It, Try This: If you're in Philly for the evening, head to Indeblue's sister location (205 S. 13th Street).
With all the responsibilities that come with hosting an event, keeping the music on track shouldn't be one of them. The DJ crew from DP Entertainment takes over the beat with a team of mix masters who know how get a party rolling. By communicating with hosts and feeling out the crowd before them, DJs use their collective love of music to get guests at weddings, anniversaries, or office events grooving and having a good time. Several DJs are also Spanish speakers who can be called upon for bilingual emceeing or to play top hits in both English and Spanish.
Little SPORT is a creative learning and play center for children birth through kindergarten. Specializing in classes, parties and play, the Little SPORT mission is to develop healthy, joyful, respectful children...One PLAY at a time! Come play!
Hard-rock juggernauts Five Finger Death Punch give audiences four for flinching on their Share The Welt tour, a high-octane evening of nail-driving metal and chugging aural concrete. Since bursting onto the scene in 2007 with its gold-selling debut, The Way of the Fist, Five Finger Death Punch has scaled the charts and the musical food chain, gulping its competition like a possessed Takeru Kobayashi. For the tour in support of its latest effort, American Capitalist, the gang enlists an entire posse of heavy hitters. Massachusetts metal mavens All That Remains, fresh from melting soles on the Vans Warped Tour, bludgeon audiences with an arsenal of hits, and hardcore shredders Hatebreed share unkind words as they haze the speed of sound. Adding power-chord crunch to the show, Fort Wayne’s Rains sprinkles audiences with raw and emotional sonic sleet.
The cozy ambiance of Vitale's Italian Bistro sets the scene for the comforting regional dishes made from scratch. Spicy marinara and creamy alfredo sauces simmer in pots while chefs tuck cheese into ravioli pockets and roll out gnocchi dumplings. Chicken and veal dishes arrive in six different varieties, including saut?ed in a sweet marsala wine sauce or breaded, fried, and topped with a layer of melted cheese. Upgrading the classic grilled pork chop, chefs instead stuff the chops with spinach, roasted peppers, and provolone cheese, then cover them in a marsala demi-glaze and roast them in the oven.