Fourth of July
If you’re in an area that’s going to be wet and rainy this year, Real Fireworks Artwork might distract you from the clouds.
Fireworks are much easier to get than they used to be. If you are not experienced or have not been taught how to safely use them…stay away.
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This week, America celebrates its Independence Day and Philadelphia celebrates America with a week’s worth of free events for the whole family.
Few places know how to celebrate the nation’s birthday better than Philadelphia, the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence.
Have some fun with a DIY Fourth of July!
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.
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst has pulled the plug on the festivities – which usually include entertainment and a fireworks show — due to “current fiscal constraints.”
Philadelphia’s Fourth of July celebration is going national. This year’s free outdoor concert will be broadcast live on the cable network Vh1.
One of the sweetest ways to celebrate the Fourth of July is with some of our most patriotic fruits: native blueberries and raspberries.
The fact that fireworks are much more plentiful and easier to obtain increases the opportunity for injury.
If you want to see fireworks this holiday, it’s best to head to a community display rather than celebrating in your backyard.
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Get ready for Occupy Fourth of July in the cradle of liberty.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter warns drivers to stay away from the Art Museum area on July 4th, and encourages folks to get there using public transportation instead.