Vince Carey, The Reading Eagle

Vince Carey

The Reading Eagle

Pennsylvania, United States

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Recent:
  • The Reading Eagle
  • PottstownMercury
  • Delco Times
Past:
  • The Reporter
  • The Times Herald
  • Daily Local News

Recent articles by Vince:

‘The Sushi Whisperer’ offers a one-of-kind dining experience

Omakase is a Japanese cuisine style “menu” that is completely left in the hands of the Chef. Chef Yanaga prepares his Kaiseki style Omakase, in the intimate and exclusive eight-seat dining area att… → Read More

‘The BOX,’ an immersive play into the deep end of the U.S. prison system, is at Eastern State Penitentiary

The End of Isolation Tour brings Sarah Shourd’s immersive theatrical performance ‘The BOX’ to Eastern State Penitentiary August 13-14. → Read More

Sick of the soup? Well, a cool relief is on the way in the next couple of days

A slow-moving cold front will pick up some steam in the coming days and will dip southward across much of the region, ushering in a new weather pattern through the start of the weekend. Think fall-… → Read More

It’s officially a heat wave and here are some tips to stay cool

An extended heat wave is in the forecast for the region, AccuWeather forecasters say. The building heat will bring a prolonged stretch of 90-degree temperatures. → Read More

Morning Briefing: Drones to help with emergency calls; Inflation hitting region hard; ‘Deana’s Law’ on the books

Top stories from around the region include law enforcement to use drone technology to help with emergency calls, local residents talk about inflation and 'Deana's Law' gets the governor's signature. → Read More

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band announce U.S. tour dates

After months of teasing and five long years off the road, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are heading back on the road and will play the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia March 16, 2023. → Read More

Aldan’s Charisse McGill ready to make you summer cooler with French Toast Bites Gelato

The new French Toast Bites Gelato, in two flavors to start (Stracciatella and strawberry), is the most recent product for a company that started with an investment from the owner’s daughter&#… → Read More

Morning Briefing: Guns taken off streets; Rail transit help coming; Defensive flub costs Phillies

Top stories from around the region include a huge bust in Upper Darby takes guns off the street, the new Schuylkill River Passenger Rail Authority starts working and Odubel Herrera's error in judgement costs Phillies in loss to Nationals. → Read More

Philadelphia Flower Show moving back indoors for 2023

After 2 years of presenting the annual event at FDR Park in Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society announced the 2023 Philadelphia Flower Show will return to its indoor location at th… → Read More

‘Listen to the Music’: Doobie Brothers celebrating 50 years of cool tunes

The Doobie Brothers (currently Tom Johnston, Patrick Simmons, Michael McDonald and John McFee) will be at the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion in Camden June 23 as they continue their 50th anniversary tou… → Read More

A whole new outer space experience coming to Franklin Institute

The Franklin Institute has received a $3 million gift from The Boeing Company for the ambitious development of an entirely new future-focused SPACE exhibit. → Read More

‘Dear Evan Hansen’ coming to Forrest Theatre in August

‘Dear Evan Hansen’ was written by Ardmore native, Benj Pasek, and his writing partner Justin Paul. It’s a story inspired by Pasek’s time at Friends’ Central School. → Read More

A musical life: Robert Martin still out on stage playing Frank Zappa and everything else

Robert Martin and The Zappa Band will be performing at the Ardmore Music Hall, 23 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, June 22. → Read More

Morgan Reilly coming home with ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’

Allentown’s Morgan Reilly will be performing with some of the biggest names in theater, including Lin-Manuel Miranda and Christopher Jackson, in ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’ at Kimmel… → Read More

Free tolls on Atlantic City Expressway this Friday to kick off Memorial Day Weekend

Yes, gas prices may be a detriment, but thanks to Chickie’s and Pete’s, there’s a little bit of a break as the restaurant chain is helping give a little bit of a break. After a 2-year break, … → Read More

Beer gardens popping up just in time for summer weather

One place to try is Parks on Tap sets up at the Fairmount Water Works outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art beginning May 20. → Read More

Lady Gaga to play Hersheypark Stadium this summer

Lady Gaga is leaving Las Vegas for the North American leg of her ‘The Chromatica Ball’ and an Aug. 28 stop at Hersheypark Stadium. → Read More

Philadelphia Zoo wants help in naming new animals

In a new exhibit about the African Plains, the zoo now has three Ankole, which are known as the “Cattle of Kings.” Ankole are known for massive crescent or lyre-shaped horns, measuring up to 8-feet… → Read More

Sting still rocks the hits after 40 years on the road

For the most part, the hits was what the first of back-to-back sold out shows by the former Police frontman was all about. Sting, 70, started the show with a rousing edition of “Message in a … → Read More

Lottery registration for Science in the Summer is open

Families in the five-county Greater Philadelphia area can enter the lottery to register for the program beginning at noon, May 9, and ending at 5 p.m., June 3. → Read More