Today, June 21, is the summer solstice, and the official first day of summer! Summer in Philadelphia means outdoor dining, under-the-stars movie.
Today is the first day of summer in 2013 (and Supermoon!), and while yesterday's solstice – undoubtedly noted by your pagan friends over on Facebook — is when summer starts, June 22 is the first whole summer day. The first day of summer 2013 is marked
The 17-year-old showed off her modelling skills on Thursday in a sexy one-piece swimsuit. The reality star wannabe captioned the photo: "some un-retouched shots from today's shoot with @adamfranzino. styling by @myangelica." Only a teenager could brag
Summer Solstice is here and retailers are celebrating the first day of summer by offering freebies and deals. See below for free stuff you can get to celebrate summer available June 21, 2013. • Quick Chek – Get a free $2.99 sub when you have a hand stamp
In ancient cultures, the solstice was a cause for celebration. Ancient Greeks heralded the summer solstice as the first day of the year with festivals honoring Cronus, the god of agriculture and time, and Ancient Romans took the day to honor Vesta, the