The group of just over 50 people took self-guided tours of the various exhibits on display, while also taking time for some arts and crafts and a scavenger hunt.
A group of Temple University journalism students got to participate, as part of a foreign reporting project.
From city managing director to head of the School Reform Commission, Pedro Ramos says he’s probably seen as much of the city as any resident.
Runners will be limbering up this morning getting ready for the annual Stroehmann “Back on my Feet in24″ race challenge to combat homelessness.
Fourteen thousand people filled the Wells Fargo Center Friday night for Joel Osteen’s Night of Hope.
Supporters gathered on the Main Line Friday to push for the bill.
Many residents and people who work in the city are starting to think about how they will get around when Pope Francis is in town.
Philadelphia city officials and police officers held a community walk through West Philadelphia Thursday night.
The Philadelphia Housing Authority will no longer allow smoking outside of designated areas in their public housing developments.
The Justice Action Network includes organizations like the ACLU and the Faith and Freedom Coalition. Their goal is to pass laws in key states like Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Project Home’s Will O’Brien says up to 150 people a night stay out on the Ben Franklin Parkway during warmer weather.
“T-E Fire Companies Funding Coalition” is made up of Berwyn, Paoli, Radnor, and Malvern fire companies.
The study is the latest in a flurry of studies that show a link between gas drilling and health problems.
The Cordish Company of Baltimore, which intends to build a casino in South Philadelphia, has been accused of racist policies toward customers at some of its entertainment sites across the country.
Clinton walked into rousing applause and organ music.
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!