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Latest Philly Family Fun
Kate O’Neill, deputy director of the Chestnut Hill Business Association, says “Harry Potter Weekend” appropriately takes place the weekend closest to Halloween.
“Skateboarding is an art form, a way of life, and a very important part of Philadelphia’s culture and creative economy,” says Claire Laver, executive director of Franklin’s Paine Skatepark Fund.
New Yorkers love it, but visitors rarely see it.
The Philadelphia Orchestra is ready to kick off its new season, including a liver performance of the score to accompany the film “West Side Story.”
For Delaware Valley leaf peepers the color shift may still be a few weeks away, but in New England the parade of fall hues is already shifting.
The World’s Fair of Money runs through Saturday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
You may have walked by and never noticed it, but there is the coolest little museum at Broad and Walnut Streets in center city.
Preparations are underway for the “Taste of Philadelphia” event, which runs from 5pm Friday to 7pm Sunday on Penn’s Landing.
Finishing touches are being put on a six-month, $4-million makeover of the tour at the US Mint in Philadelphia, which reopens to the public on July 3rd.
We generally think of movie franchises as dwindling in quality as the sequels mount up. But occasionally, as with this third trip to “Madagascar,” just the opposite is true.
So what do June, July, and August have in store for us as mainstream attractions compete for box office dollars? Plenty!
KYW’s Jay Lloyd looks at a fun getaway in the nearby Pocono Mountains.
Playhouse officials say renovations are on schedule and everything looks good for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and the first production of “A Grand Night for Singing,” by Rodgers and Hammerstein, on July 2nd.
Lardner’s Point Park is just south of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, on the Delaware riverfront, behind a looming old pumping station.