African American Culture Showcase features rarely seen artifacts from black history

Located in the Pennsylvania Convention Center, The African American History and Culture Showcase will features artifacts, replicas of artifacts, and inventions, that were made, owned, or used

African American Culture Showcase features rarely seen artifacts from black history

Located in the Pennsylvania Convention Center, The African American History and Culture Showcase will features artifacts, replicas of artifacts, and inventions, that were made, owned, or used

7 days of things to do, April 21 to 27: Easter Promenade, Parks on Tap kickoff

Plus, Brian Regan and the start of the Philadelphia Science Festival.

7 days of things to do, April 21 to 27: Easter Promenade, Parks on Tap kickoff

Plus, Brian Regan and the start of the Philadelphia Science Festival.

What to do in Philadelphia from April 19 through 25

Easter weekend festivities, Parks on Tap returns, and Cher comes to Philly.

What to do in Philadelphia from April 19 through 25

Easter weekend festivities, Parks on Tap returns, and Cher comes to Philly.
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A Peeps diorama contest takes over Peddler’s Village — no politics allowed

In this Peeps contest, you'll find a pink Peep on the Iron Throne, Peeps chatting in Central Perk, a 'PEEPza,' and more. But you won't find anything controversial.

‘Better than a spa day’: I took a walk with a llama and found inner peace in New Jersey

A mile into the wooded trail, I looked over at Clemente and thought, “I could really get used to walking a llama.”

Touring Eastern State Penitentiary: Watchful eyes, hidden messages, mystery murals

Besides Al Capone, Fairmount's looming prison-turned-museum once housed an inmate who led a 12-man prison escape. He left his mark on Eastern State in more ways than one.

We found Philly’s best park benches for spring. See if you agree.

When choosing the right park bench, you must use your butt instinct.

See ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 premiere at free watch parties around Philly

Don't have HBO? No worries. Head to one of these free, open-to-the-public watch parties.

What to do in Philadelphia April 12 through 18

Manayunk's street food festival, PFS SpringFest, the Real Ale Invitational, and more.

Free Library’s new spaces open today after more than a decade of renovations

The Free Library’s Parkway Central location is opening new civic, teen, and business centers, after more than $35.8 million in renovations.

Photography by a Philadelphia all-star and other must-see gallery shows this month

David Lebe's photographs are at the Art Museum's Perelman Building. Grizzly Grizzly has a powerful series of animated documentaries exploring race and injustice. Old City's Pentimenti offers two vibrant solo shows.

Marvel Universe exhibit at Franklin Institute opens this weekend, and legions are expected to attend

Movie props from Avengers, Captain Marvel, Captain America, Black Panther, Iron Man, Spider-Man, and more are part of a major exhibit that broke attendance records in Seattle. Philadelphia is its only East Coast engagement.

Broadway Beat: ‘Tootsie’ the musical, Morrissey at the Lunt-Fontanne, and other hot shows opening soon

Also opening just in time for Tony consideration: "Ink," a British import about the wicked world of UK tabloid journalism. Off-Broadway, the buzz is about The Shed at Hudson Yards, a brand-new venue.

From DNA tests to family trees, here’s a road map to researching your genealogy

A guide to going down the genealogy rabbithole and coming back up with real results.

Philadelphia Zoo opens Urban Green outdoor dining space

There are three food trucks, serving vegetarian and fried foods as well as paninis and wraps. Beer and wine also are available.

Starting today, cyclists and runners have MLK Drive to themselves on weekends

From water ice to cleanups to open streets, there's plenty of fresh signs of spring around Philadelphia this weekend.

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