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- The Sunshine Returns
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Latest Philly Summer Fun
The June fun in Ocean City starts even before the first full weekend.
We’ve arrived at the week when area tourists who are seeking thinly populated getaway destinations get their wish.
Border hopping may be an extreme path to a Philly cheesesteak, but sometimes it’s worth the effort.
In many South Jersey shore locations, Hurricane Sandy blew in a bonus.
Lots of “secrets” are revealed in this week’s What’s Cooking!
This is the weekend when swashbucklers who live pirate fantasies set a course for Rock Hall, Maryland, on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
A weekly farmers’ market opens in Old City, a West Philadelphia restaurant holds a seafood extravaganza for charity, and a nonprofit organization readies for its third nighttime market event of the season.
A surefire way to find your way around a strange, bustling city is to start with a tour bus.
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on two food-related festivals this weekend — one in Northern Liberties and one in the basement of the Comcast Center — plus a new dining spot at the Jersey shore.
It’s an aerial obstacle course in a pristine section of the Fernwood Resort. Pocono Tree Ventures lets anyone in reasonably good shape see the world from treetop level.
This week, Chad Durkin can now be found in South Philly, Mamma Maria’s is ready for a big weekend on East Passyunk Ave. and A. Bar in Center City is open for business.
One of the most visually dramatic and popular getaway destinations is little more than one tankful of gas away from the Delaware Valley.
This week, Hadas reports on the “Jog ‘n’ Hog” ice cream race in Yardley, Pa., a paella cooking class in Northern Liberties, and the Philadelphia Zoo’s summer ale fest.
Eakins Oval, the traffic circle in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, is being transformed into a family-friendly play space for the summer.