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Assistant coach Brendon Burke talks with KYW’s Greg Orlandini and Philly Soccer Page writer Eli Pearlman-Storch.
Three breeds newly recognized by the American Kennel Club will make their competitive debut later this month when the National Dog Show comes to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
Nomad Pizza opens a second center city location, “Cook and Shaker” opens in Kensington, and watch for “St. Benjamin Brewery” in South Kensington later this winter.
Janet Geissler (left) leads the Philadelphia chapter of Project Linus, and during her tenure they’ve donated 22,000 blankets for kids dealing with trauma.
Singer Bobby McFerrin brings his unique style to Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center on Nov. 10th.
The 2013 season didn’t go well for the Philadelphia Union, but it was better than 2012.
Several fabulous food-related events are coming up very soon in and around Philadelphia.
The stage adaptation of “Flashdance – The Musical,” is coming to the Academy of Music on November 19th to the 24th.
“Our block is policed every day, from 63rd and Lansdowne to 64th and Media,” says Yvonne Gaskins. “Our folks walk the streets picking up the litter, picking up the trash. We care.”
This year the Philadelphia Museum of Art is having one smash exhibit after another, and 2014 will be just as exciting.
With Halloween approaching, Rittenhouse Row merchants are getting into the spirit. And in South Jersey, meals like your Polish grandmother used to make (if you had one)!
At 76 years old, Ruby Grant is just hitting her stride.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is now showcasing “Léger: Modern Art and the Metropolis.”
Two beer festivals headline this week’s “What’s Cooking” report, plus a new restaurant opening at 10th and Walnut Streets.