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Pop-up cocktails

Leda and The Swan Pop-up Cocktail Garden will be open through September 5.

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Image | Courtesy of Glu Hospitality

Glu Hospitality presents a limited-edition, end-of-summer experience with the grand opening of Leda and The Swan Pop-up Cocktail Garden at 1033 N. 2nd Street, running through Sept. 5. The new al fresco cocktail and music hideaway will pop-up outside of the former home of Wahlburgers, next to the Piazza and across from El Camino and SET No Libs. This outdoor space come September will be part of one of the city’s largest openings of the year when Glu will debut two side-by-side restaurant concepts Figo Ristorante and Figo Pizzeria. Lnsphilly.com,

Puppy Yoga
Image | Courtesy of Glu Hospitality

Dogs + yoga

September is National Yoga Month, and to celebrate, The Bourse Food Hall is partnering with Morris Animal Refuge to host Doggy Yoga – an afternoon of yoga and quality time with adoptable pups on Sept. 12. The first class will run from 11am – noon, followed by a second session from 12:30 – 1:30pm, and attendees are required to BYO yoga mat. In addition to the serene, totally zen yoga sessions, volunteers from Morris Animal Refuge will be on the 5th Street patio of The Bourse Food Hall selling a variety of merchandise and collecting donations for America’s first animal shelter. Tickets for the yoga classes are priced at $25 per person. theboursephilly.com

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The current number of homicide victims year-to-date under Mayor Jim Kenney and District Attorney Larry Krasner’s leadership. This represents a 18 percent increase over the same time last year and is higher than the annual number of homicides that took place in 2008 through 2017.

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