Just when you thought Philadelphia’s streets couldn’t possibly hold anymore historical culture, the city prepares to open a new attraction right in the heart of the city: The Museum of the American Revolution. In 2017 the museum’s halls and galleries will be filled with the story of the American Revolution including exhibitions for Boston’s Liberty Tree, the story of the Native American Oneida tribe and their deliberations revolving around the United States’s debate of…Read More
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Programming is the art of telling a computer what to do. Whether it’s creating a new game, programming an app for your smart phone or trying to create an AI to do all your homework for you, programming allows you to do amazing things! During the Computer Science Education week (December 7th through the 13th) you can get your chance to try programming and be part of an international movement at that same time. The movement is called Hour of…Read More
In honor of the Fun Safe Philly kick off event happening today at the Martin Luther King Recreation Center at 3:30 p.m., we here at Tutor Delphia want to help you get started on your summer planning. The last day of school is approaching, and we can already feel the summer heat.
First, we encourage you to stop by the Fun Safe Philly kick off event for some free music,…Read More