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Family fun in Philly this spring: Make art, see the circus, hang out with a sloth

Spring is a great time for family adventure. Here are the best family-friendly activities in the city this season.

Find black children’s books at this weekend’s African American Children’s Book Fair

The fair turns 28 this year. Meet up-and-coming and bestselling black authors and illustrators, and find your kid's next favorite book.

Riverdance, Gen Z: This South Jersey teenager stars in a new world tour, coming to Philly next week

Haley Richardson is the fiddle player for the 25th anniversary Riverdance world tour that comes to Philly Jan. 21. You may have seen her perform as a kid at The Plough & the Stars, or at Fergie's.

‘Snow Queen’ at Arden has it all: Imagination, goosebumps, haunting sound — and lots of snow

The Arden's new children's production, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen, features powerful female characters, magical royalty, haunting sounds, fabulous design … and lots of snow.

Nia Vardalos pivots from 'Big Fat Greek Wedding’ to ‘Tiny Beautiful Things,’ now at the Arden

Her adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's book has played twice off Broadway and is now on stage in Philadelphia. And, yes, the two women have become fast friends.

Bebe Neuwirth is on stage in Philly all month. Can she resist adopting another cat from PAWS?

The TV-famous actress, a two-time Tony Award winner, has deep Philly ties. So does her cat Talulah.

Kim Wayans from ‘In Living Color’ has come to Bucks County to play God

The actress didn't think twice when Bristol Riverside Theatre offered the role. "I’m not going to turn down the opportunity to play the role of God."

This fall’s family events explore ‘Worst-Case Scenarios,’ magic, candy, Day of the Dead, and the ‘Baby Shark’ phenomenon

Fall brings fairy-tale illustrations, British 'invaders,' free movie nights, and more sugar skulls than you ever anticipated.