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.
Summer is half over, but there are still tons of exciting events coming up in Philadelphia this August. Take your pick from the list and enjoy!
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.
The event had been pushed back originally because of last weekend’s savage storms.
Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
Do you want to buy large fireworks in Pennsylvania? The law says out-of-state residents may, but not Pennsylvania residents.
If you want to see fireworks this holiday, it’s best to head to a community display rather than celebrating in your backyard.
Sadly, it’s been observed that more dogs tend to run away on the fourth than any other day of the year. The overwhelming sounds tend to easily signal their flight instinct while causing extreme stress.
What better way to celebrate your independence than in a bar in the birthplace of America. Here are some suggestions to get you in the party mood.
Pyro Spectaculars produces some of the biggest July 4th fireworks displays. We talked to them about their plans for this year.
More fireworks than ever before will be lighting up the sky in Center City Philadelphia this summer.
Chris talks to Rick Santorum about his candidacy for President and staying in the race in the face of the long odds he faces against Mitt Romney. He also talks to Lisa Bloom about her book, Think, and to Victor Fiorillo of the Philly Post.
Chris laments he didn’t win the Mega Millions jackpot. He talks to Jeff Roe and Mark Greenbaum on the Monday Morning Matchup about the latest in the Republican Primary and to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel to preview the opening week of the season.
Chris to the Chairman of the RNC Reince Priebus about the Supreme Court’s hearing of the Affordable Healthcare Act case and the current state of the Republican Presidential Primary and he discovers why some people hate Bruce Springsteen.