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Only two weeks after a glorious late February weekend spent in the Pocono Mountains, relaxing at Lake Harmony’s Split Rock Resort, the world – and with it, the Poconos tourism industry – shut down in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With summer 2020 now upon us, the four-county region that makes up the Poconos is reopening, with a focus on safety. This means that all is not lost for those seeking a little R&R in the mountains.
And why not? From its humble beginnings in the late 1800s as a d...
“I’m planning to play a long set … songs going back to the very beginning, then to the present day, and maybe a new song or two,” Gray says of the seven-city North American tour, which stops Wednesday at the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Collingswood for a sold-out show, then segues next month into a European jaunt. He’s envisioning his concerts divided into two sets: the first half, an overview of personal career-spanning favorites; the second, fan-favorite hits like “Babylon,” “Fugitive,” and ...
Girlfriends getaway weekend in Wilmington and beautiful Brandywine Valley.
Travel story about San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Feature for Philadelphia Inquirer's "Do This" weekend section about the 2019 Philadelphia Folk Festival.
It’s a little after 6 pm on a Thursday night when people start arriving at a Moorestown home that fronts Strawbridge Lake. Some come with bottles of wine or soda. Others carry appetizers, desserts or side dishes. But this isn’t a pot-luck. It’s a concert people bought tickets for – and it’s in Jim and Pam Davis’ living room.