This week on “What’s Cooking,” KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on the new bar at Townsend, cooking workshops at PS&Co, and how to cook up your own eco-friendly cleaning supplies.
Earth Day comes a little late in Cherry Hill, but organizers of Saturday’s festival at Croft Farm say it’ll be worth the wait.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection was the target of protest this Earth Day by more than 62 organizations fighting Marcellus Shale drilling or fracking.
With both Earth Day and Arbor Day this week, you’ll find all kinds of gardening events going on this weekend.
A local pub is doing their part to give a toast to Earth Day.
Whether volunteering, donating or simply appreciating the great outdoors, everyone can do something to celebrate Earth Day in 2013.
Yowza! delivers real-time coupons to your smartphone from retailers that are in your immediate area.
One day after the annual celebration of Earth Day (April 22nd), an Earth Day program for kids was continuing at the National Constitution Center, on Independence Mall.
A Newtown, Bucks County hair salon celebrated its grand opening over the Earth Day weekend. And the timing couldn’t have been better. The salon is totally organic.
After the 5K, many of the runners joined the Earthfest celebration on the lawn where members of various organizations were providing information about things like recycling, composting, mass transportation and bicycling.
The Bucks County Commissioners are sponsoring an event on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. that’s designed to reduce how much food waste goes into the waste stream.
Pat Ciarrocchi spoke to Katie Edwards, the director of Philly’s largest Earth Day event, the 5K Run for Clean Air.
Hadas finds a new restaurant near Graduate Hospital, a hotel planting a rooftop herb garden, and a food-and-drink link to the Philadelphia Science Festival.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that you don’t even have to get your hands dirty to make a difference this Earth Day, and you could end up with some extra cash in your pocket.
Nobel Prize winner and noted professor of geophysics Henry Pollack weighs in on ice and the environment.