From The Process To The Future, Fans Celebrate All Things SixersThe team added another top prospect Thursday night
One Of Nation's Top Workshops For Writers Moves Headquarters To PhiladelphiaVoices of Our Nation Arts Foundation has found a new home at the University of Pennsylvania.
Solar Tech Company's Educational Programs Give Young People Second ChanceSolar States works with several programs to train ex-offenders, former high school drop-outs and the underemployed to work in solar.
Wednesday's Child: ZymirZymir is a 16-year-old who has a big presence on the football field.
Historic Preservation Declares Philadelphia 'National Treasure'Research by the National Trust for Historic Preservation says Philadelphia is losing more of what it calls "irreplaceable historic" buildings than similar cities.
West Philly Church Helps Gives Fathers In Need Boost In Self-EsteemThe countdown is on for Father's Day and a West Philadelphia church is hoping to reconnect dads with families this weekend.
Food Festival For The Ages (Including Prehistoric!) Returns To PhiladelphiaThe ultimate festival for food lovers is back on June 15th.
Project HOME Looks To Close Deal Aimed At Helping Homeless LGBT YouthProject HOME is hoping to close the deal on a new $13 million project that would provide more affordable housing for homeless LGBT youth.
Summer Reading Series Aims To 'Make Change In Philadelphia'Organizers say the goal of the series is to inspire activism throughout the city.
Dream Drives: Rare Roses Bloom At Wyck In GermantownUntil mid-June, the nation's oldest rose garden still in its original planting is in bloom at Wyck Historic House, Garden and Farm in Germantown.
Wednesday's Child: SahbayTen-year-old Sahbay doesn't back down from a challenge.
Chopping Up Cultural Barriers At Reading Terminal MarketTheir "Breaking Bread, Breaking Barriers" series wrapped up Monday night.

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