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Reading Science Center Hosts Sneak Preview of Interactive Exhibits

The Reading Science Center opened its doors for a few hours on Saturday, giving the public a sneak preview of their new facility and...

Sensory Friendly Theatre Offers Quieter and Gentler Experience

If you've ever been to a Genesius Theatre performance, you know you're in for a one of a kind show. Hosting a live orchestra,...

Officers Give Back with Crime Alert Berks Annual ‘Shop with a Cop’

The annual Crime Alert Berks County holiday Shop-with-a-Cop returned to Boscov’s North in Muhlenberg Township Thursday night. Twenty-seven 4th and 5th grade students from...

Berks Ballet Theatre Performs Classic Tale “The Nutcracker”

The annual holiday tradition presented by Berks Ballet Theatre, The Nutcracker, takes the stage this weekend at West Reading’s Scottish Rite Cathedral. The classic...

Holiday Tree Lighting Brings Joy to Reading’s South Side

It was a brisk Saturday afternoon as residents gathered at Reading's Iron Playground on Laurel Street. Planned as a joint effort to bring the...

Santa Returns to the Reading Public Museum for “Stories with Santa”

Ho Ho Ho, The big man himself will be visiting the Reading Public Museum on Sunday, December 8th, 11-2pm, for the annual "Stories with...

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