Learn more about “Titanic The Artifact” Exhibition.
Though you can’t go wrong in this historic city, these are the best museum exhibits of 2013.
The Titanic saga has been chronicled in a number of ways over the last century, but nearly 2000 people aboard a pair of cruise ships marked the occasion about 2.5 miles above the vessel’s watery grave.
Sunday morning will be historic for history buffs worldwide as we will mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
Several hundred people are aboard a cruise ship destined to arrive this weekend at the site where the Titanic went down 100 years ago. KYW Newsradio’s David Madden is one of them.
More than 40 people from the Philadelphia area were on board the Titanic 100 years ago. Some of their stories are told in a new exhibit, opening today at the Independence Seaport Museum along Penn’s Landing.
Multiplex audiences remain hungry for ‘The Hunger Games.’ The runaway science fiction epic finished in first place at the box office for the third weekend in a row by earning an estimated $33-million, pushing its cumulative total over the $300-million mark.
Now, fifteen years later, it’s back in re-release, in a conversion to the 3-D format that beckons viewers to theatres to see it on the big screen once again.
Some re-releases have become “big time.”
One-hundred years after the “unsinkable” ship, well, sank, the James Cameron-directed sob-fest starring Leo and Kate returns to the big screen—in 3-D! Here’s a guide to Titanic-themed events and programs here in Philadelphia.
Time travel has become reality with the Video Time Machine app, a compendium of over 10,000 videos, some dating back as far as 1860.