9 ways to celebrate Juneteenth around Philly, from parades to plays

The 154th anniversary of the first Juneteenth celebration also marks the 400th anniversary of the first recorded slave ship's arrival on the shores of Virginia.

When Philly’s free public pools open in 2019: Making the schedule is ‘like a game of Tetris'

Philly's public pools will begin to open in mid-June, with Bridesburg kicking off the season Monday.

When Philly’s free public pools open in 2019: Making the schedule is ‘like a game of Tetris'

Philly's public pools will begin to open in mid-June, with Bridesburg kicking off the season Monday.

What to do in Philly June 14-20: Kidchella, Juneteenth, Pizzadelphia, and more

Plus Perry Farrell, Billie Eilish, and Organ Day.

What to do in Philly June 14-20: Kidchella, Juneteenth, Pizzadelphia, and more

Plus Perry Farrell, Billie Eilish, and Organ Day.
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9 ideas for Father’s Day weekend, from helicopter rides to free High Life

The best gift? Quality time doing his favorite thing, whether it's classic cars or cooking.

What to do down the Shore, June 14-20: National Marbles Tournament, Jonathan Van Ness

Plus a seafood and wine festival, Wu Tang Clan, and a sand soccer tournament.

A community gardens guide to Philly, from getting wait-listed to planting your plot

How to score a patch of land — and what it'll take to keep it — in Philadelphia's 400-strong community garden scene.

Yoga Hive Philly will host goat, lamb, duck, monkey, and lizard yoga — all at once — in July

The East Passyunk Studio brings a Noah’s Ark of sorts to South Philly to celebrate its one-year anniversary.

Philly's Pride Parade will make TV history this year

The parade, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, will be televised for the first time in its 31-year history.

What to do in Philly June 7-13: Pride Parade, West Philly Porchfest, the Wailers

Plus: Odunde, VegFest, and the Specials.

What to do down the Shore June 7-9: LPGA Classic, Mummers in North Wildwood

Plus: The Wildwood Beer Fest, Babyface, and Pentatonix.

Huntingdon Valley’s June Fete: Rides, funnel cake, and 100-plus years of history

Originally held at estates and country clubs by the ritzy Old York Road set, the Abington Hospital carnival/benefit has gotten more down-to-earth over the years.

Summer Events Guide: Hamilton, Made in America, and everything else to do in Philly

Our staff picks the best movies, concerts, TV, festivals that you need to see this summer.

Philly’s summer festivals: Philly Pride, Odunde, Wawa Welcome America, Fringe, and more

Phoenixville's Blobfest and North Second Street's food-fueled street fest, too.

The Piazza Pod Park opens in Northern Liberties on Saturday. Here’s what to expect

A 33-foot-tall waving robot, wine and cocktail bars, open-air workouts, a toy store — all seven days a week.

Franklin Institute’s Tech Studio gives visitors a hands-on taste of engineering

Activities at the museum's Tech Studio include building robots that sense their surroundings.

Philly’s SPCA is waiving adoption fees this weekend. Here’s why.

All free adoptions include a medical examination, spay and neuter, microchipping, and standard shots.

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