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Brothers Osborne Free Concert Gets Thumbs Up from Audience!Last night’s kickoff show for the Downtown Alive free outdoor concert series drew rave reviews from concert-goers. Check out their … Continue reading
Downtown Alive free concert series kicks off WednesdayThe red-hot country act Brothers Osborne will light up center city Reading on Wednesday when the second season of the … Continue reading
MidDay Cafes Will Be Serving Up Fun, Food, and Live Music!May 18 Summer’s right around the corner, and so are MidDay Cafés! Our popular annual lunchtime series kicks off on Friday, … Continue reading
It’s a “Park and Play” jam session!They’re jamming away with “Park and Play” in downtown Reading! This new free outdoor venture gives everyone access to two pianos side … Continue reading
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Baker College Steps Into Spotlight In Latest NewsletterBaker College, the largest independent college in Michigan, is making its mark outside of its home state by opening a … Continue reading
Downtown Improvement District’s Annual Report Now AvailableThe Reading Downtown Improvement District’s Annual Report for 2015 is now available in electronic and print versions. You can access … Continue reading
Music is in the air in latest Downtown Improvement District newsletterFree concerts by major league performers and a free, fun-filled piano-playing program — what more could downtown Reading ask for? … Continue reading
Ambassadors Lend A Helping Hand With Mobile PantryThe Greater Berks Food Bank held its first mobile pantry in downtown Reading on Wednesday, April 13, and DID’s Ambassadors … Continue reading
Read All About the Expanded Penn Street Market Here!Penn Street Market will kick off its season in downtown Reading on June 2 with an expanded look and some … Continue reading
What Do Successful Cities Have In Common?Cities that are successful have several common traits, according to a couple who visited numerousl towns around the country over … Continue reading
Check out the latest edition of “Destination: Downtown Reading!”The latest edition of “Destination: Downtown Reading!” includes an article on DID 2016 property assessment payments that are now being … Continue reading
Upcoming Reading Fire + Ice Fest Featured in Latest NewsletterThe second annual Reading Fire + Ice Fest is only weeks away, and you can make it bigger and … Continue reading
New Downtown Hotel, Holiday Parade in Latest DID NewsletterRead the latest about the soon-to-be-open DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in the 700 block of Penn Street, and … Continue reading
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