With Presidents’ Day upon us, it’s always fun to rank the presidents.
What better place to celebrate Presidents’ Day than in Philadelphia, the birthplace of the nation?
It doesn’t get much better than this — a double dip for lovers who also happen to be skiers. Here’s where to combine romance with a downhill rush.
President’s Day usually means school is out, but today students are up early and in class, whether they like it or not.
Despite the fact that this is a holiday, the city of Philadelphia will have trash and recycling collection today — a change made in light of last week’s nor’easter.
Call it February Madness. The Philadelphia Police Athletic League held its traditional Presidents’ Day basketball finals on Monday at the Palestra.
Chris celebrates President’s Day with Independence Mall Park Ranger Ed Welch and talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup about the confirmation of Chuck Hagel and the scandal surrounding Bob Menendez. He also reviews Saturday Night Live’s parody of Marco Rubio, CNN’s coverage of the stranded cruise liner and New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg’s decision not to seek re-election.
Philadelphia is a historic city that offers numerous places to immerse yourself in history, from where the Declaration of Independence was signed to the Liberty Bell and the National Constitution Center. Here are some of the best places to learn in Philadelphia.
Presidents Day is next week but this week there’s some hands-on history taking place this week at the National Constitution Center.
Many people set aside long holiday weekends like that of Presidents’ Day to shop for cars and low interest rates recently have certainly helped to fuel car sales.
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John Adams weren’t just Presidents, they were also great gardeners.
Do you enjoy getting a good deal? Well February is about a lot more than just candy and flowers, it means plenty of shopping deals too!
Abraham Lincoln stopped in Philadelphia on his inaugural journey in 1861 and that visit will be reenacted Tuesday morning on Independence Mall.
The three-day weekend has brought lots of visitors to Philadelphia’s historic sights but there’s some confusion about what holiday we’re actually celebrating.
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