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FAIRMOUNT PARK - The Dad Vail Regatta returns to Philadelphia in full force. The longtime event is celebrating 83 years and the city is excited to participate in the festivities after the pandemic.The mighty Schuylkill River shows no mercy as rowers from all across the nation converge in Philly for the country’s largest collegiate regatta, the Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta.Young Addi and her dad drove all the way to Philadelphia from Dallas, Texas to root for their son and brother, competing as a coxswain for Loyola, Maryland.MORE HEADLINES:Addi says Philly is the best.

"I really like the food and it’s fun to walk around the city and come here and watch my brother."That’s something she, nor anyone could do in the past two years, because of COVID-19. Last year’s event was a third of the size and had no spectators.This time, business is booming for vendors."It’s awesome! It’s my first time, but this company has been here for many years.

We do very well here. People are very excited to buy the merchandise and we’re already running out of things and we have another day tomorrow," remarked vendor Art Fraiser.More than 100 colleges are in Philly competing, including hometown favorite La Salle.Madeline Fawcett’s brother rows for the Explorers and she says it’s not only great to see them back, but performing well.

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FAIRMOUNT PARK - The Dad Vail Regatta returns to Philadelphia in full force. The longtime event is celebrating 83 years and the city is excited to participate in the festivities after the pandemic.The mighty Schuylkill River shows no mercy as rowers from all across the nation converge in Philly for the country’s largest collegiate regatta, the Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta.Young Addi and her dad drove all the way to Philadelphia from Dallas, Texas to root for their son and brother, competing as a coxswain for Loyola, Maryland.MORE HEADLINES:Addi says Philly is the best.
Southwest Airlines. Pam and Jeremy even dressed the part, wearing their wedding attire to the airport. But when they got to DFW airport in Dallas, their flight to Vegas was eventually canceled after several delays.While at the gate area, they met Chris, another passenger booked on their canceled flight.

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