Parking Authority Deputy Director Richard Dickson found himself in hot water, this week, when a website reported that, while briefing his board on the papal visit, he said the “security perimeter” would extend from Girard Avenue to South Street and river to river.
You design it and the old city t-shirts will print it on shirts, hats, tote bags and even baby bibs.
The Philadelphia Fringe Arts Festival takes place throughout the city September 3rd through the 19th.
Without doubt, the dominant power couple of the 20th century was Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. KYW’s Jay Lloyd enjoyed a getaway that offered memories of the times and an introduction to an iconic family.
Construction workers, friends and others involved with the building of the Museum of the American Revolution signed the highest beam of the building, before it was raised in place at the museum’s topping off ceremony.
As new summer pleasure boaters take to the busy area waterways, there’s often confusion about when an unplanned situation is an emergency or merely an annoyance.
University City is home to some of the most innovative and diverse dining options in the region. From July 16 through July 26, diners have the opportunity to eat at some of its great restaurants for a significant discount.
A New Jersey landmark is celebrating “her” birthday this weekend, and it’s a big one.
Putting up with the hassles of getting to the Parkway for the Pope’s mass in September may be too much for many, so worshippers at St. Catherine of Siena in Horsham are planning a party to enjoy the spectacle with ease in the suburbs.
This year’s edition, at Philadelphia’s Convention Center, featured more than 70 employers, including some that attendees might not have expected.
It’s still very much a construction site at the Gloucester Premium Outlets off of Route 42 in Gloucester Township.
Attendees are looking to Obama for national leadership on civil rights. And they’ll be looking to former president Bill Clinton on Wednesday to discuss economics.
Thirty-five cement mixers have begun pouring the 350 cubic yards of concrete for what is the first phase of the project titled simply “East Market.”
Peppers, green beans and squash are just some of the veggies growing in this little garden outside the museum walls.
St. Laurentius Church, which was slated to be demolished, has won a reprieve from the city’s Historical Commission by receiving a historical designation.