“Fair Coin,” by EC Myers, won the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Fiction, given each year by the Science Fiction Writers of America.
A web site that quietly went up this week may have some answers.
The good news is that you won’t be facing any construction delays this weekend.
The famous “Brooklyn Flea” is expanding to Northern Liberties, starting June 2nd.
Visitors were standing in line to see Mighty Mike, the aquarium’s fourteen-foot, 800-pound American alligator.
That good news must be taken with a grain of salt, however, because table game revenues in April were less than a third of the overall take from slots, which are taxed at a much higher rate.
Public pools will soon be opening up for the season, but there’s some disgusting new research you might want to consider before you dive in.
If a special event brings you to center city Philadelphia, why not make a night and day of it?
…and they’re all the weekend of May 18th! Get ready for some fabulous variety in street food.
Six young and successful men got together in 1812 in a cake shop near 3rd and Market Streets to launch their endeavor.
Zipcar Philadelphia general manager Peter Bruvick says they’re selling convenience and accessibility.
Sugarhouse casino officials say construction should take about two years now that the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has approved a revised plan to expand their waterfront casino.
Add another title to Philadelphia’s rapidly growing list.
To get the public fired up, area college players participated in a rugby demonstration on a blocked-off street along Rittenhouse Square.
Tuesday’s weather isn’t exactly bringing on cravings for cold treats, but perhaps the word “free” will.