New Year’s Eve
The Philadelphia Orchestra is ready to kick off its new season, including a liver performance of the score to accompany the film “West Side Story.”
“That was Jesus that appeared on my verticals” on New Year’s Eve, says Patty Maiellano of South Philadelphia.
Take a New Year’s resolution for what it is worth – an attempt to make a lifestyle change. This can be done any time of the year. Don’t give up.
Philadelphia’s top law enforcement officials say there’s nothing festive about people shooting weapons into the air to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
There are no shortage of places where you can ring in your New Year. Communities near and far have many activities planned.
The key to keeping a New Year’s resolution is making certain that you do it routinely, which means taking small steps toward your ultimate goal.
You don’t have to break the bank to ring in the New Year.
It’s a New Year’s Eve party with a pirate theme at the Independence Seaport Museum on Penn’s Landing.
For those who like to see the New Year in with a bang, Penn’s Landing is the place to be on Saturday. Two fireworks shows are scheduled for New Year’s Eve and preparations are already underway.
While champagne and classic cocktails are plentiful at parties, even if you’re not serving alcohol, there are lots of ways to make holiday beverages festive and fun.
Spending New Year’s Eve in Philadelphia? Good choice! Here’s where to watch the ball drop and toast 2012 in the City of Brotherly Love.
Pat Ciarrocchi spoke to Ben Premack and Jordana Neumann, of the Hyatt Regency at Penn’s Landing, about some New Year’s Eve parties and events happening at the hotel.
CBS 3 will once again broadcast the Penn’s Landing New Year’s Eve fireworks live at midnight on December 31st.
By Bill Wine PHILDELPHIA (CBS) – Movie sequels dominated at the box office over the weekend. After three subpar weekends in a row, and with three new sequels in the mix, national box office rebounded, […]
Movie audiences celebrated ‘New Year’s Eve’ on the early side this year, but in much more modest numbers than were expected.