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Let’s Check Out Philly’s New Year’s Resolutions

Every Year the Kimmel Center has a New Year’s Resolution Wall in their lobby. Folks who wander in to enjoy the days free family events at the arts & culture center are eager to share their thoughts for the future on the wall, which is sponsored Arts Montco and Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board.

Not Die Overseas? Dustin what does that mean?

Oh a visitor on New Year’s Day!!

OK good luck on the Broad Street Run this year. Congrats Marlene & Yvonne. Lots of people want to be kinder this year.

I highly recommend checking out MeetUp.com to meet new friends. You can pick out a subject you like to participate in, and meet other folks that have the same interest. Happy New Year, be kind, Vote, and Go Eagles!!

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The Sugarhouse Casino Presents The Mummers – My Fav Pixs

The Sugarhouse Casino Presents The Mummers – My Fav Pixs

I know a day late, here are my favorite Mummer photos. This year I decided to credential to shoot the parade instead of just shooting from the sidelines. When I applied I thought it was going to be 45F, as it stated in the 15 day outlook.


It was a lot of fun, being that cold made the whole parade feel like a community, cause we were all in the same boat, kinda. I did have the opportunity to party hop, which I did about every ninety minutes.


I headed to McCormick & Schmick’s for the Sugarhouse Casino/PHL17 Party. It was exactly what I needed, I warmed up, got a bite to eat and uploaded photos to CBS3, which you can see here.
Thanks Wendy Hamilton, GM Sugarhouse Casino, here with her son.


Councilman Mark Squilla
Definitely the best dressed at the parade


Quaker City performs in front of the Union League.
The crowd made a circle and everyone enjoyed the performance


The cutest thing, the Mummer shared a pair of gloves with a young fan


This mummer had photos of children around his neck


Cousin it makes it’s way up Broad Street

Then I headed to the Kimmel Center for their family fun day. It was fairly crowded for the frigid day.

There was a lot of fun happening. There was face painting and balloon crafts, this guy is making wings for the little girl

This is definitely the place for families to attend every year

On the 3rd floor, there was a Jose Garces Brunch until 3PM, when the floor was open to the public to check out the parade from the terrace.
There was also an area where families helped packaged healthy food for the needy in Philly


There were two lines of folks creating packages

Fire Chief Curran strutting with the Lego’s in front of Ladder 5 on Broad Street

Some Mummer spectators brought home souvenir.
All in all it was a fun day, in fact I think it was one of the best events. There was plenty of room and barely any crazies making a scene.