Fireworks show producer Ken Furstoss says crews are beginning the three-day job of loading shells for the two shows — which, he says, should go off regardless of rain or snow.
With its candles and cooking, the holiday season is also burn season.
Fifteen years ago an obscure holiday made its way to American popular culture and is still celebrated by some today.
Anyone who visits Manhattan around the holidays knows the smell: food carts roasting chestnuts. It’s a tradition of sorts in the Big Apple, but not so in Philadelphia.
The sounds of the holiday season are filling the air.
Before “Charlie Brown,” before “Rudolph,” before “The Grinch”…there was Quincy Magoo.
Many families cannot afford what others take for granted, much less holiday gifts. These are the best places to make holiday gift donations in Philadelphia.
Last Christmas, finding myself and the whole clan in New York City, Chinatown was the ticket for dinner! But a sudden change of plans was required.
Try one of these five recipes to tickle your taste buds and truly get you into the spirit of the season.
Handmade items or the talents of local artists in the Philadelphia area will bring a new twist to the typical gift.
Crafting your own holiday decorations can save you cash to spend in other areas of your budget or for other holiday novelties.
“It sounds a little counterintuitive because you hear us greenies tell you all the time, ‘reusable this, reusable that,’ ” notes a Sierra Club editor.
The Christmas season is the perfect time to let your furry friends know just how special they are to your family, so show them how much you care with these great holiday gift ideas in the Philadelphia area.
It appears Ugly Christmas Sweater parties are gaining in popularity.
Though the poinsettia is usually associated with winter holidays — especially Christmas — it’s actually a tropical plant that hails from Mexico.