HughE Dillon

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HughE Dillon is a self taught photographer who photographs charity events, openings or anything he thinks others would find interesting - especially the weather and celebrities who visit our City. He's been dubbed “Philly’s lone paparazzo” who's photographed Bradley Cooper, Sylvester Stallone, Reese Witherspoon and has had his camera broken by Jennifer Aniston's bodyguard right after he said "Jen you look beautiful today."  Members of the city’s PR community call him a “big cheerleader for Philadelphia.”  Follow him on Instagram @PhillyChitChat

May 20, 2019

Traditions

PHOTOS: Festive picnicking at the Radnor Hunt Races

The 89th Anniversary of the Radnor Hunt Races took place Saturday on May 18, in Malvern, PA. Festive tailgating, beautiful hospitality tents with elegant luncheons and picnics took over the countryside at the traditional event which benefits the land and water preservation programs of the Brandywine Conservancy.

May 14, 2019

Fundraisers

PHOTOS: The 'Beats 'n Eats Food + Music Event'

Hosted by Chef Robert Irvine of Food Network's Restaurant: Impossible, the third annual Beats ’n Eats Food + Music Event, was held Monday, May 13, at The Fillmore Philadelphia. 

May 13, 2019

Boyz II Men

PHOTOS: Boyz II Men at Acres of Diamonds Gala

The Temple University Hospital Acres of Diamonds Gala, was held on Saturday, May 11 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.

May 8, 2019

Family-Friendly

PHOTOS: Philadelphia Zoo's WildWorks ropes course

PHOTOS: Philadelphia Zoo's WildWorks ropes course

May 7, 2019

Pennsylvania Ballet

PHOTOS: Pennsylvania Ballet at Laurel Hill Cemetery

West Laurel Hill presented a one-of-a-kind featured where Pennsylvania Ballet dancers, Aleksey Babayev, Yuka Iseda, Sterling Baca and Lillian DiPiazza performed excerpts from Romeo & Juliet and Giselle at the historic landmark on Sunday May 5, in celebration of the cemetery’s 150th anniversary. 

May 6, 2019

Festivals

PHOTOS: South Street Spring Festival

The 6th annual South Street Spring Festival took place on Saturday, May 4. Over 10,000 people walked the 10-blocks-long festival which ran between Front and Eighth Streets on South Street, and along Second Street to Headhouse Square. The festival featured 135 vendors, including food, cocktails and crafts. There was a family fun zone with circus acts, crafts and face painting. 

April 30, 2019

East Passyunk

PHOTOS: Flavors on the Avenue

The sunny weather brought out the crowds to Philadelphia's tastiest food festival "Flavors on the Avenue " on Sunday April 28, 2019. The annual event took over five blocks offering delicious treats, local beer, live music, arts and crafts vendors and family fun zones which included a bounce house. Over two dozen of the region's best restaurants served street food, small plates and signature dishes along South Philadelphia's restaurant row including meat and vegetarian sliders from P'unk Burger and Bing Bing Dim Sum serving spicy cold sesame noodles and Chinese BBQ Pork Sandwiches to customers. Nice Things Handmade presented nearly 80 of the region's top makers and crafters with home décor, paintings, candles, jewelry, pottery, furniture, soaps, artisan foods, handmade pet treats, fashion – and everything in between for sale along the Avenue as well.

April 29, 2019

Hotel Monaco

PHOTOS: Stratus Lounge's Spring Awakening Party

Despite a rain delay followed by a cold front, Stratus Rooftop Lounge on the 11th floor of 433 Chestnut Street, hosted their annual Spring Awakening party on Friday April 26 on the roof of Kimpton Hotel Monaco to kick off the warmer months ahead.

April 22, 2019

Parades

PHOTOS: The 88th annual Easter Promenade

The 88th annual Easter Promenade was held, Sunday, April 21. A record crowd came out to watch the promenade down South Street to the Headhouse Square on 2nd Street. 

April 18, 2019

Philadelphia Union

PHOTOS: Philadelphia Union x Parley Kit launch party

About 200 Philadelphia Union fans turned out for the first chance to buy jerseys resulting from the Adidas x Parley partnership.

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