Latest Philly Summer Fun
Dorney draws tens of thousands of visitors annually for a one-tank trip brimming with boundless excitement.
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KYW’s Hadas Kuznits finds out about the Philadelphia Zoo’s Summer Ale Fest, a new Japanese restaurant in Manayunk, and a “secret” dinner event for thousands!
For a night out that’s more interesting than an air-conditioned movie theater followed by some sweaty grappling in the front seat your dad’s Buick (but still might earn you some of that!), check out our list of summer first date ideas in Philly.
Michael Strange, owner of Bassett’s Ice Cream Company, says the festival will be a celebration of ice cream and other frozen desserts.
Learn from top Food Network celebrities and taste some amazing food and drink at the Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival, located at four Caesar’s properties.
Some folks in center city Philadelphia were beating the stress of the heat with free ice cream, manicures, and massages.
If your summer wardrobe happens to be lacking a range of styles and a shopping trip is in order for new shoes, there are plenty of shoe boutiques in the city worth paying a visit.
Ranked as the second best beach in the United States and ninth in the world by Trip Advisor in 2011, Cape May is the country’s oldest seaside resort. Expect a solid crowd and a great time on a weekend getaway to Cape May.
“The Blob” was a low-budget horror film that was filmed at the local movie theatre and other locations around Phoenixville.
“Probably about 5,000 people will be in Philadelphia over the next ten days,” notes Jeff Johnston, senior director of the American Contract Bridge League.
What’s summertime without a tiki bar to look forward to at the end of a day? You know – those island and tropical themed outdoor watering holes that provide breeze-blown relief from the heat and a cool drink to fuel an evening of tall tales and salty yarns.
Do you want to avoid the crowds and chaos of a beach getaway with the kids? KYW’s Jay Lloyd may have the solution.
The Dog Days of summer might be upon us, but as anyone with a pup will tell you, every day is actually a dog day! Here’s where to take yours this summer in the city.
Preparations are underway for the “Taste of Philadelphia” event, which runs from 5pm Friday to 7pm Sunday on Penn’s Landing.
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“Summer Philly Fun” Broadcast Schedule
- Saturday 6/25/11 1030-11pm on The CWPhilly
- Sunday 6/26/11 930-10pm on The CWPhilly
- Saturday 7/2/11 7-730pm on CBS3
- Saturday 7/2/11 9-930pm on The CWPhilly
- Sunday 7/3/11 11am-1130am on CBS3
- Sunday 7/3/11 730-8pm on The CWPhilly
- Monday 7/4/11 1030-11pm on The CWPhilly
- Saturday 7/9/11 12-1230pm on CBS3
- Sunday 7/10/11 12:05-12:35am on CBS3