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At Thomas & Friends™: Explore the Rails, WHYY members are invited to investigate and interact with the familiar faces and sights from the popular series. Families will sort freight and baggage on to train cars, sell tickets, and even help fix the trains.
Come celebrate Black History month with WHYY, The Inquirer, and Daily News at Black History Untold: Black Joy. Serving as the finale to a month-long series of editorial coverage, the program will convene African American community leaders to discuss happiness.
Curious George is taking a vacation from New York City to visit his fans in Norristown. After you are done discussing your favorite books with George, enjoy the festivities during the zoo’s annual “Read Across America” celebration.
How can the Trump Administration change water rules already in place, and what will happen to Obama Administration proposals? Join us for a discussion on these questions and more.
For this special edition of Radio Times, Marty talks with Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO of New America about her new book, The Chessboard and the Web: Strategies of Connection in a Networked World.
WHYY invites you to a unique affair featuring this group of fearless amateur archaeologists. Discover how this courageous team reveals the mysterious objects that have lain undisturbed for years.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The third film in our series is The Best and Most Beautiful Things.
This two-hour tasting will feature an incredible array of area chefs, restaurants and caterers serving up their best fusion creations for a chance to win the honor of being crowned Best of the Chefs!
Calling all public radio enthusiasts! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to enjoy unprecedented access to NPR Studios in Washington, D.C.!
The Moth is coming to Philadelphia! Join WHYY for a night of storytelling.
Our friendly therapod, Buddy from Dinosaur Train, is visiting his friends in New Jersey! Grab a selfie with Buddy and explore Diggerland’s attractions with other WHYY friends.
You're invited to join Keystone Crossroads at the second annual Urban Ideas Worth Stealing conference. We'll discuss the revitalization of our state's cities and towns. Details and online registration coming soon. Click here to be notified when tickets become available.
WHYY partners with different community groups to host screenings of documentary films from the Indie Lens Pop-Up series. The fourth film in our series is Real Boy.