Positively Philadelphia: Germantown FestivalThis coming Saturday you're invited to the revolutionary Germantown Festival with battle reenactments and much more.
Positively Philadelphia: 1st Annual CiderFest Comes To Fairmount ParkThis coming Saturday Sept. 30, a first of its kind event is happening in Fairmount Park. It's the first annual CiderFest.
Positively Philadelphia: Opera PhiladelphiaIf you think the fun is over once summer ends there is a major event coming to Philadelphia.
Positively Philadelphia: Valley Forge National Historical ParkThere are so many layers of history at Valley Forge National Historical Park, and living history volunteers help the past come to life.
Positively Philadelphia: Andrew Wyeth Retrospective At Brandywine River Museum Of ArtThe Andrew Wyeth Retrospective going on at the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford is really something to see.
Positively Philadelphia: A Criminal Defense By Lawyer Bill Myers Jr. A criminal defense is a fast selling legal thriller on Amazon written by Philadelphia lawyer Bill Myers Jr.
Positively Philadelphia: Museum of the American RevolutionThe Museum of the American Revolution is now open at 3rd and Chestnut Streets in Philadelphia.
Positively Philadelphia: Longwood Gardens' New FountainA jewel of an attraction is about to shine even brighter.
Positively Philadelphia: Historical HousesSpring is here, and along with it so many things to do, especially at the historical houses around the area.
Positively Philadelphia: Lew KleinThis coming week, Temple University's School of Media and Communication will be renamed to honor a man who is not just part of the tapestry of Philadelphia, but a man who helped weave it.
Positively Philadelphia: Charles Sheeler ExhibitCharles Sheeler grew up in Philadelphia, worked and lived for a time in Doylestown, and, on March 18th, some of his work rarely seen is coming to the Michener Museum in a new exhibit: "Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form."
Positively Philadelphia: Ralph LawtonHe is only a freshman in pre-med at Duke, and already has been published for his high school research.