One hundred everyday folks are preparing to take the stage to perform an epic scene in one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays.
A Fishtown nonprofit that teaches girls confidence through musical self-expression held a concert this week. The “Girls Rock Philly” participants performed on instruments they made from scratch during a two-day workshop.
Even before this incident, a coalition of more than 60 hospitals in the Philadelphia area would meet regularly to talk about events that could disrupt care — everything from an “active shooter” incident to transit strikes and snowstorms.
And they say Archbishop Chaput’s comments of optimism don’t affect their planning for the event.
Free Potassium Iodine Tablets To Be Handed Out To Residents, Workers Within 10 Miles Of Del. Nuclear Plant
The new KI tablets will replace previous tablets handed out in the area that expire beginning in September 2014.
Friday brings the start of three days of activities in Philadelphia marking the importance of the Liberian community in the area — three weeks after four Liberian American children died in a fire in the city.
“These are some of the biggest works we’ve ever brought to Philadelphia,” says Nick Stuccio, producing director of the 2014 lineup.
John Lundberg, director of operations and logistics with Recruit Military, said this veterans’ job fair isn’t just for those finishing their military service, but also for those in charge of hiring in the private sector.
The ticket was for the Wednesday, July 23rd drawing and correctly matched all five white balls, 04-10-12-22-31, but not the red Powerball 03, for the $1 million prize.
A state grant will help officials in Gloucester County study driver behavior at crosswalks to get the word out — state law requires you to stop for pedestrians.
On Friday, July 25th, a very sick little boy from Foxboro, Massachusetts will be celebrating his 6th birthday. His wish? Getting lots of birthday cards
He’ll join a prestigious list that includes Oprah Winfrey and Sidney Poitier.
They’re kids from the Philadelphia area who might just come up with the next iPhone or create the next Amazon.
“We’ve been made familiar with the bomb shelter and we’ve been made familiar what to do when the Code Red siren goes off,” says Max Newman, of Blue Bell, Pa.
An inch of rain puts Von Nieda Park, in Cramer Hill, underwater for days. Nearby streets and homes are also inundated.
After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!