Push To Ban Controversial "Anti-Gay" Therapy Introduced In Congress18 Dem senators have co-sponsored the "Therapeutic Fraud Prevention Act" including New Jersey junior Senator Cory Booker.
Celebration Of Black Art Throughout May In PhiladelphiaA South Philly non-profit will kick off its annual celebration of African American Art May 1st.
Work Begins For 'Great Chefs' Fundraiser In PhillyOver 40 chefs will be participating in this year's 11th annual event.
Young Entrepreneurs Promote Business Ideas While Driving In An Uber SUVYou've heard of an elevator pitch, but what about an Uber pitch?
Phila. Group Dedicated To Fire Prevention Receives PraiseIn 2015, the Philadelphia Fire Department had the lowest number of fire deaths in the city's history.
Campbell Soup Company Announces New Parental Leave PolicyThe policy could have an impact on corporate culture everywhere.
Broad Street Runners Pick Up Bibs, Prep For Inclement WeatherRunners are getting ready to brave the cold and rainy forecast this Sunday.
More Food, Music, Hammocks At Spruce Street Harbor ParkThe summer attraction opens next weekend along the Delaware River Waterfront with new features.
Philly March Offers Support For Sexual, Domestic Abuse Victims, SurvivorsThe 6th annual "Take Back The Night" rally took place Thursday night.
Gloucester County EMT Give Kids Life-Saving Lessons For 'Take Your Kids To Work Day'This year for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day the Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management gave employees’ kids some life-saving lessons.
Local Congregation Digs Deep To Help Get 2 Homeless Families Into HousingAn Ambler congregation raised $300,000 that will go a long way in helping two homeless families in need of a place to live.
Volunteers Prepare More Than 100,000 Meals For Families In NeedA high-energy dance-club atmosphere complete with music and disco lights, as hundreds of volunteers scurry about, including Laura Rapp.