Author Natalie Pompilio Discussing Book – Walking Philadelphia

Author Natalie Pompilio Discussing Book – Walking Philadelphia
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Author Natalie Pompilio Discussing Book – Walking Philadelphia
Date:
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Time:
6:30 PM
Location:
Shakespeare & Co. Rittenhouse
1632 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Cost:

FREE | Registration Required

This event is organized and presented in whole by Shakespeare & Co Rittenhouse. 


Walking Philadelphia: 30 Walking Tours Exploring Art, Architecture, History, and Little-Known Gems

Grab your walking shoes and become an urban adventurer. Natalie Pompilio guides you through 30 unique walking tours in this comprehensive guidebook. Go beyond the obvious with self-guided tours that showcase famed fare (such as cheesesteaks, pretzels, and beer that make Philadelphia a foodies’ paradise), as well as vintage boutiques, high-end shopping destinations, and one-of-a-kind local goods. Discover Philadelphia’s many “Firsts”―the first zoo, first library system, and first hospital―plus dozens of historic sites you learned about in school. Explore a Museum District that’s second to none, an all-encompassing park system, America’s Most Historic Square Mile, and much more.

Walking Philadelphia is the only guide to the city that makes you feel like you’re being led by your smartest, closest, funniest friend. The tours not only include all the important historic facts and figures, but Natalie also shares behind-the-scenes stories and tidbits that you’ll later rush to tell others. Plus, Tricia Pompilio’s photography brings these walking tours to life. Walking Philadelphia is recommended for locals, as well as tourists, promising something for everyone.

About the Author:

Natalie Pompilio is an award-winning writer and editor based in Philadelphia.

Formerly a staff reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Daily News, and The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune, Natalie still contributes to those publications as well as to the The (Newark) Star-Ledger, the Associated Press, The Washington Post and Thomson Reuters.

She also also regularly writes for magazines, including Delaware Today, Neurology Now, The Penn Gazette, Yes! and Haverford.

Her web work includes legacy.com, cityandstate.com and cruisecritic.com. She's also involved in commercial writing projects with local Fortune 500 companies, government offices and non-profits.

About This Event

Store seating is first-come, first-served. To join the signing line, we ask that you purchase a copy of the book from Shakespeare & Co. (available at the event). Please note there is no elevator access to our mezzanine/event floor.

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