The U.S. Army Band returns to Philadelphia Saturday for a free concert.
Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
Later this summer, a hundred of the nation’s top anglers will be catching bass for a competition on the Delaware River.
Families can enjoy unlimited frozen treats at Penn’s Landing on July 4th through 6th to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Here are the best places in Philly to catch an open-air concert.
Philadelphia’s 26th annual Pride Parade took over the streets of Center City on Sunday and those who attended the festivities had a little more to celebrate than in year’s past.
From exercise, to art and theater, there’s a lot to do in Philadelphia this weekend.
Now in its seventh year, The Roots Picnic is a one-of-a-kind, genre-bending festival that showcases the latest and greatest artists of today’s music scene.
Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at Israel 66 on Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia on May 18th, 2014. […]
About 15,000 people are expected at Penn’s Landing this weekend for the 11th annual Art Star Craft Bazaar.
A new feasibility study released Friday by the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation claimed a re-design and expansion of Penn’s Landing would generate over $1.3 billion in economic growth in Philadelphia, at the cost of $250 million in investment.
The temporary park will include a boardwalk, an “urban beach,” lily pad water gardens, a pop-up restaurant and bar and nets that will allow guests to literally hang out on the water.
Officials say the Spanish-American War-era ship will remain docked at Penn’s Landing after efforts to find it a home elsewhere in the country fell through.
A half-dozen bands, many of them local, are headlined this year as Penn’s Landing hosts a jam-packed day of music this Memorial Day weekend.
The 7th annual event is scheduled for Saturday, May 31 at Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing.