1 Get crafty at Penn's Landing

Crafty mamas can celebrate Mother's Day by heading to Penn's Landing this weekend, where more than 100 artists will participate in the Spring Art Star Craft Bazaar at the Great Plaza from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and tomorrow.

2 Get rid of junk, raise $ for St. Hubert's

Get rid of your old computers and electronics today at St. Hubert's, which will get a portion of the money raised from recycling the items. Drop off computers, broken air conditioners, outdated TVs and more from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

3 Popular Tex-Mex restaurant burns

Adobe Cafe on Mitchell Street was seriously damaged in a fire that broke out in the kitchen early yesterday. It's unclear when it will reopen.

4 Swedish royalty come to city

The king and queen of Sweden stopped by the American Swedish Historical Museum in FDR Park yesterday during a tour of the city meant to commemorate the 375th anniversary of the arrival of Swedish settlers in the New World.

5 SEPTA to upgrade Route 10 trolley

SEPTA plans to begin construction tomorrow on several stretches of the Route 10 trolley track along Lancaster Avenue. The project should take at least three months.

6 Temple grads to flood Broad Street

Expect thousands of people to come to North Broad Street in the week ahead as Temple University holds its 126th Commencement starting at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Liacouras Center. Officials say nearly 9,000 students will receive degrees over ceremonies spanning two days, both Thursday and Friday.