KYW’s Hadas Kuznits finds out about the Philadelphia Zoo’s Summer Ale Fest, a new Japanese restaurant in Manayunk, and a “secret” dinner event for thousands!
The Philadelphia area abounds with family friendly venues when it’s time to get the kids out of the house this summer.
The heat isn’t just tough on people, it’s also tough on some animals at the Philadelphia Zoo, and the staff is doing what they can to keep the animals safe and comfortable.
Families flocked to the Philadelphia Zoo Sunday. And fathers at the zoo talked about what Father’s Day means to them.
City Council this coming week is expected to give final approval to plans of the Philadelphia Zoo to construct a sorely-needed parking garage.
Zoo visitors sang to the birthday boys — first for Lucha, a jaguar cub, and then for Dian, a snow leopard, both born at the Philadelphia Zoo, less than a week apart, last year.
On the second Saturday of May every year, the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta takes on two days of 120 college students and their crews from across the U.S. in an unforgettable series of boat races.
The Phlash Downtown Loop returns for the 2012 season, beginning on Friday, with a couple of new destinations.
The zoo put up cash prizes for schools to create art campaigns that illustrate the connection between palm oil — an ingredient in products including snack chips, crackers, and candy — and the habitat of the orangutan.
Friday was the public debut for a new female African lion at the Philadelphia Zoo. The hope is to breed her, to produce new lion cubs.
It’s as much a sign of spring as April showers and May flowers. It’s zoo traffic, and this time of year, it causes quite a headache across the entire city.
Looking for family-friendly entertainers in Philadelphia? Check out these five performers or activities that the entire family will enjoy. Whether you need someone for a birthday party or someplace to take your children, the following entertainers are sure to please.
The zoo brings in 1.2 million visitors every year, and that’s a lot of cars to park.
With its latest acquisition, the Philadelphia Zoo is preparing for a new generation of lions.
The brothers were born June 9th and have since grown to about 28 pounds each.