Holiday Shopping Frenzy Continues On Cyber MondayThe kickoff to shopping season continues today with Cyber Monday, if you haven't spent all of your money just yet.
Store Sales Drop As More Holiday Shoppers Look For Online BargainsCyber Monday is expected to draw an estimated $3-billion in online sales.
Positively Philadelphia: Open Auditions For Wilma Theater ChoirAuditions to sing in a production called 'The Christians' will be held December 5 and 6 beginning at 2 p.m. each day at the Wilma Theater.
New Program Encourages Local Shopping On Small Business Saturday"It's a day to really celebrate the small businesses in your neighborhood, or in your community," says Kevin Moran with the Fairmount CDC.
Holiday Shopping With Tibetan FlairWhile most people flock to the malls or big box stores on Black Friday, some made their way to Rittenhouse Square for the annual Tibetan Bazaar. Not only can you find a good deal, but it's also the only place in the city where you can find an authentic Tibetan meal
Consumer Watchdog Group Releases "10 Worst Toys" List Of 2015As shoppers head out to buy presents for all the kids on their list, one non-profit organization says there are ten toys you should absolutely avoid.
Ways To Prevent Shopping Season From Becoming A Budget BusterThe holiday shopping season is officially underway, and that can result in big, unwanted bills if you're not careful.
Philadelphia Shoppers Expected To Spend Less Than Most This Holiday SeasonThe official start to the holiday shopping season is nearly upon us, but just how eager are you to empty your wallet? It turns out Philadelphia is bucking this year's national trend of spending more, according to a survey.
"Trouble In Toyland" Report Lists Potentially Dangerous Toys Ahead Of HolidaysThe holiday toy shopping season will move into high gear this Thanksgiving weekend but some toys can be dangerous, according to the annual toy report from PennPIRG. We're talking about everything from choking to toxic exposures and more.
Holiday Weekend Shopping StrategyRemember when Black Friday used to be the big kick-off to the holiday shopping weekend? Well with more and more stores opening on Thanksgiving Day it's more like a mid-point. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has what you need to know before heading out to shop.
2015 Black Friday FreebiesThe following stores and businesses are offering "freebies" this year.
Top Ten Most Dangerous ToysJust in time for the holiday shopping season, here's is a list you should check out.