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‘Winter Fun In Philadelphia’ The weekend kicks off with the last day of Philadelphia Restaraunt Week, the Philadelphia Auto Show, ice skating at Rothman Ice Rink at Dilworth Park and Blue Cross RiveRink Winterfest and the continuation of Jurassic World...
Also: Plein Air in Chadds Ford, and options to battle cabin fever By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times After just a few year’s the Kennett Chocolate Lovers Festival has become a staple for local chocolate lovers. This year’s event takes place Feb...
What a glorious week! The National Championship to start the week (Go Duke!). National Beer Day midweek. And opening day and week of Major League Baseball. And while traveling to Major League Baseball stadiums around America is one of my favorite road...
As National Poetry Month comes to a close, we're celebrating these Black women poets who have changed us with their work. The help us to see our selves and makes sense of the world. They inspire us to be better and to make a difference. Here are the...
Our book received a nice compliment in a recent blog: Saturday, November 12, 2016 How to Be a New York Basketball Fan In Washington — 2016-17 Edition Next Thursday night, the New York Knicks visit the Washington Wizards. They will visit again on January...
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Greater Philadelphia’s multi-use trail network, the Circuit, meanders along the Schuylkill River bearing more than 20,000 runners, walkers, bikers and comm