The race is Sunday, June 14. It gets underway at 8:30 a.m. at 26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway and runs along the Schuylkill River on Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.
‘Genghis Khan: Bring the Legend to Life’ takes visitors on an unforgettable journey into the legendary Mongol Empire and its founder.
Who doesn’t love a good bar crawl this time of year? Especially when great drink specials are offered and you’re helping some wonderful causes.
South Street will come alive the first weekend in May as one of the largest festivals of the year in the area returns.
“Dude, we need to do a show on street harassment.” That began a conversation between Alyson Rodriguez Orenstein and Amanda Sylvester of theater company Touch Me Philly Productions.
For nine days, beginning April 24, budding scientists of all ages will have the chance to discover the science happening across the region at The Franklin Institute’s fifth annual Philadelphia Science Festival.
Everyone’s favorite colorful building toys take center stage April 25th and 26th at Brick Fest Live.
On Sunday, April 5, hop on down to South Street for one of Philadelphia’s oldest traditions, the South Street Easter Promenade.
For the last decade in Philadelphia, zombie have become synonymous with the Easter holiday.
Do you think you can eat a whole pig? You’ll have a chance to find out Saturday March 21st all throughout Fairmount.
On Saturday, March 28, Talking Stick Learning Center, a homeschool resource center in Northwest Philadelphia, is holding its 2nd annual 5K Walk at Awbury Arboretum.
The Sapsucker Festival — formerly known as the Maple Sugar Festival — returns March 7th.
By Andrew Kramer PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s going to be one big party in Philadelphia’s Chinatown neighborhood the second half of the month. The reason: to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which is February 19th. […]
Adventure Aquarium’s ‘Dinosaurs of the Deep’ offers visitors a chance to dive into the past and discover what it was like deep beneath the oceans’ surface during prehistoric times.
The Lambertville New Hope Winter Festival is back for an 18th year this month.