The annual Philadelphia Book Festival is back, and there are more events than ever for bookworms, bibliophiles and wannabe writers to get in on.
The author of this year’s selection will be on hand for one last discussion.
Kate Bilo kicked off the first week of the program Monday by reading to children at the Torresdale Library on Holme Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia.
A new policy of the Philadelphia Free Library to forgive overdue book fines for students came under the microscope in City Council.
One-hundred years after the “unsinkable” ship, well, sank, the James Cameron-directed sob-fest starring Leo and Kate returns to the big screen—in 3-D! Here’s a guide to Titanic-themed events and programs here in Philadelphia.
You love being a mom (most of the time, anyway), but sometimes you’re dying for multi-syllabic conversations that don’t involve threats of naptime. Lucky for you, living in Philadelphia puts you in just the right place to get out, meet up with like-minded women and let the kiddos go crazy.
Since 1976, the United States has set aside February as Black History Month. Here’s where to take part in the celebration of African American history, culture and heritage in the Philadelphia area.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…and in 2012, it’s time to celebrate the 200th birthday of the dude who wrote that iconic line, Charles Dickens.
New Series At The Free Library To Focus On Intergenerational Issues Between Seniors And Their Adult Children
The three-part series You are Always a Son or A Daughter brings experts to the Parkway Central Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia to examine the issues between seniors and their adult children.