About JoAnn Greco

JoAnn Greco is a Philadelphia – based journalist who writes frequently on travel, hospitality, lifestyle, and architecture. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, National Geographic Traveler, Hospitality Design, History Magazine, and many other publications.

Why You Have To Go On A Cape May Beach Holiday

  Why should you go on a Cape May beach holiday? Well, if you’re looking for great architecture and pristine beaches, a laid-back vibe and sophisticated cuisine, family-friendly fun and grown-up pleasures, then America’s oldest seaside resort, Cape May, New Jersey (situated at the southernmost … Continue reading

NextFab: The Philadelphia Design Scene

From a thriving shipbuilding industry established during the Colonial era to a diverse manufacturing economy of textiles, beer, and raw materials in the mid-20th century, Philadelphia has long since called itself the “workshop of the world.”   At NextFab, members can learn new trades, like … Continue reading

Philadelphia Mural Arts Program: 30th Anniversary Celebration

Sitting at a cafe in the shadow of his Garden of Delights “” a wash of azure blues and sunflower yellows laid down with vigorous brushstrokes “” mural artist David Guinn, 40, considers his oeuvre, of which this piece is central. “Not everything has to … Continue reading

The City of Brotherly Love: A Beginner’s Guide to Philadelphia

Perfectly positioned between New York City and Washington D.C., the City of Brotherly Love – as Philadelphia translates from the Greek – offers the big city amenities of those two world capitals but at a more human scale and an often quirkier pace. Take a look … Continue reading