A new production of “Hamlet” has opened at the Wilma Theater, in center city, and director Blanka Zizka’s casting of the title role may be a historical first.
Folks eager for nicer weather will be happy to hear that Philadelphia’s Shofusu Japanese House and Garden in Fairmount Park has officially opened for the season.
The world’s largest theme park with North America’s fastest, tallest roller coaster is working on a new achievement – becoming the industries’ greenest park.
The Philadelphia Streets Department will do the painting, and Philly Pride will be responsible for the upkeep.
Developer Bart Blatstein’s plans to redevelop the shopping mall at Caesars Casino, in Atlantic City, are back on track.
There are seven ski resorts in the Poconos, and six of them are still open, at least through this weekend.
As deputy mayor for transportation and public utilities, Cutler has overseen major aspects of Philadelphia government: potholes, trash collection, recycling, bicycle lanes, the Philadelphia Gas Works, bridges, the airport, and the water department, among others.
Two groups of students, from Philadelphia and Mongolia, have been working online together to study the effects of global warming. And now, five teens from Mongolia are visiting Philadelphia until the end of this month.
The students, who are being hosted by Collingswood High School and were in Camden today, will be flying back home on Tuesday.
One of the busiest play parks in Philadelphia is back for its ninth season since a major renovation.
City Council overwhelming approved the installation of two electronic advertising structures, dubbed “Urban Experiential Displays,” ranging in height from 30 to 50 feet.
(Jay Lloyd is hard at work here, scouting for bargains in Cuban cigars and rum from the British Virgin Islands.)
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on a new Korean BBQ restaurant in Chinatown, a new cheesesteak shop in Fishtown, and a food truck festival coming to Lincoln Financial Field.
Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia is expected to draw millions of people to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in September.
On Sunday, April 5, hop on down to South Street for one of Philadelphia’s oldest traditions, the South Street Easter Promenade.