Philadelphia’s Chinatown echoed with firecrackers and drums on Sunday as the community celebrated the lunar New Year, which began Friday.
New Year’s Eve in Philadelphia means two fireworks shows. One to officially ring in 2014 at midnight and a 6 p.m. display that brought in a lot of families.
More than 4,000 shells were loaded onto barges at the Philadelphia Navy Yard Sunday in preparation for the New Year’s Eve fireworks shows.
Some of your favorite restaurants and food trucks have set up shop at Penn’s Landing this weekend for the annual Taste of Philadelphia event.
A city official says a man threw a firecracker to the ground as the crowd was dispersing after the Fourth of July fireworks display in downtown Philadelphia.
To accommodate extra holiday travelers heading to events like the Wawa Welcome America festival and the fireworks, SEPTA will be running extra service on the Broad Street Line, the Market-Frankford Line, trolley routes and Regional Rail lines.
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This is good news for some local business owners who were planning to hit the streets this weekend to try to raise enough money for the fireworks.
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The city of Philadelphia hosted annual New Year’s Eve celebrations with the highlight being a pair of fireworks shows over the Delaware River.
New Year’s isn’t just for adults. Some kids had the opportunity to ring in 2013 a little early Monday.
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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.
New Year’s Eve doesn’t have to be all about alcohol-fueled parties and crazy ball drop bashes. Toddlers, teenagers and parental units can enjoy the festive holiday by celebrating at family friendly destinations throughout Philadelphia. From scrumptious buffets to spectacular pyrotechnic displays, the city has it all. Skip the raucous revelers, ring out the old, and ring in the new with these top family friendly New Year’s Eve parties in the city of brotherly love.