New Year’s Eve
The city of Philadelphia hosted annual New Year’s Eve celebrations with the highlight being a pair of fireworks shows over the Delaware River.
SEPTA is adding extra regional rail service for New Year’s eve celebrations.
New Year’s isn’t just for adults. Some kids had the opportunity to ring in 2013 a little early Monday.
It’s an annual reminder that, apparently, isn’t reaching its target audience.
The AAA-run service, which offers a free tow home for drivers who have been drinking on holidays like New Year’s Eve, started a few years ago in certain cities, but still hasn’t made its way to the Delaware Valley.
After hundreds of man-hours in the design, and then three days of setting everything up here, show producer Ken Furstoss and his crew have done the final checks.
SugarHouse Casino Presents New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront at 6pm and 12 Midnight!
There are numerous things we can all do to improve our lives and the lives of those around us but, whatever your resolution, keep it in perspective.
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.
Find out more about New Year’s Eve events at the Hyatt.
Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter says the city’s New Year’s Eve celebration seems to get better every year.
Sugarhouse is a sponsor of two New Year’s Eve fireworks displays on the Delaware River (6pm and 12 midnight), and of the Mummers’ Parade the following morning.
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.