“It’s honeygrow!” exclaimed one of our young musicians as she caught a glimpse of the snack being prepared. These kids join the Musicopia String Orchestra for the music, but they certainly enjoy the snack break during weekly rehearsals. Musicopia String Orchestra program, founded by Musicopia in 2005, is based on the philosophy that participating in serious, long-term musical endeavors can have a transformative impact on students, encouraging discipline, tea
how do you transform your culinary idea into reality when space, capital + resources are difficult to come by in Washington, DC? That's where Union Kitchen's commissary, storage space + distribution efforts come into play. We met with Co-Founder, Cullen Gilchrist, to learn what the space offers + how a surge in cookie demand prompted the creation of one of DC's most valuable culinary assets.
we're thrilled to announce that our second Baltimore location + 14th overall, #hgHarborPoint, is NOW OPEN at the base of the new Exelon tower in the Harbor Point development! Located just steps away from the popular Fells Point + Harbor East districts, #hgHarborPoint is open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, seven days a week.
in 1978 Gary Abramowitz launched Wok 'n Roll, a vegetarian friendly food truck, into the expansive arsenal that is Rutgers University's fast-service dining options. A few years later he found himself moving on from the truck + into the realm of tofu production at Allentown, PA's Fresh Tofu Inc., where he's been cranking out various soy-based products ever since.
we couldn't be more excited to announce our TENTH store opening today, right in our own backyard at Temple University. Located on the southeast corner of Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore in the new Morgan Hall building, this location will feature our signature stir-fry, salad and honeybar offerings including our Philly regional stir-fry, The Philly Roast Pork. Our new seasonal Fall salad will be unveiled at all locations, including Temple, on October 4th.
If she's not on the sidelines giving you the latest Sixers updates during television broadcasts, odds are you can find Comcast SportsNet reporter Molly Sullivan at honeygrow. A day after returning home from her getaway wedding in Hawaii, Molly took the time to sit down with us at our 16th St. location to talk about why she loves honeygrow, her life on the road in the NBA and what makes the city of Philadelphia special.
For runners, there is no more challenging time to train than the dead of winter. It’s dark when you wake up. It’s dark when you leave work. Not to mention the cold temperatures and ice that make it hard to remain consistent with your runs.
So how do you stay motivated and safe in the winter?
Here are three tips for any runner training for a spring race:
1. Run in well-lit and clear areas