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The Procrastinator’s Guide to Philly Summer Camps
Late on planning your kids’ summer? Here are a dozen great camps that still have spots.
Kimmel Center Expands Free Plaza Performance Series
Family Fundays join Lunchtime Unplugged, Nightlife, and other free happenings at the Kimmel Center this season.
Reflections on the Reopening of the Weitzman Museum
What the new exhibits at Philadelphia’s museum of Jewish American history — now with a new name — say about the moment we’re living in.
1040 Creative — a New Artistic Hub — Opens in Northern Liberties
The space contains an art gallery, artist’s studios, and classes for all ages.
Everything to Do, See, and Eat on the Delaware Waterfront this Season
The RiverRink and Spruce Street Harbor Park join a lineup that will keep you busy all season long.
Philly’s Biggest Restaurant Ever — Five Years in the Making — Is Now Open
Liberty Point seats 1,400 people on the outdoor decks of the Independence Seaport Museum.
14 Philly-Area Gardens and Arboretums to Visit
Catch spring’s beautiful blooms at these Philadelphia-area gardens and arboretums.
Mother’s Day Gifts and Events around Philly
From a Philly-made gift to a relaxing spa day, make Mother’s Day special for every mom on your list — even if that mom is you.
The Best Kid-Friendly Beer Gardens
Laidback outdoor spots for sippy cups and craft beers alike.
Mix the Perfect Cocktails for Your Favorite Albums With This New Book
Philly-based siblings add 70 more albums (and 140 more cocktails) to your listening party lineup with their new book.
Rabbit Brings a Subterranean Speakeasy to South Street
With a sexy ’70s vibe, Rabbit takes cocktail service underground.
10 Philly Record Stores to Feed Your Vinyl Habit
From music-lover mainstays to niche genre havens, dig through the crates at these essential spots.
Your Guide to Philly-Area Earth Day Events and Volunteering
From volunteering to kids’ activities, there’s something for everyone looking to celebrate and protect our planet.
Dilworth Park’s Roller Rink Returns for Spring
Roller skate outside City Hall starting April 22nd.
A Look Inside The Clay Studio’s Massive New Space in South Kensington
The brand new facility expands the organization’s studio, classroom and gallery space — and its plans for community outreach.