The yearlong collaboration between members of the Attic Youth Center and seniors from the LGBT-oriented John C. Anderson Apartments produced a series of photos that focus on faces, with eyes open and closed.
In a blog post, Instagram says, “Through trending Tags and trending Places, you can experience moments like #bonnaroo or #fathersday from every perspective.”
Philadelphia’s delegation to Vatican City met with Pope Francis this morning during his weekly Papal audience.
The US Secret Service, working with the Department of Homeland Security and local authorities, is in charge.
The “Marvel Experience” opens on Wednseday. It’s a mobile theme park that packs a punch.
Philadelphia archbishop Charles Chaput, who is leading the delegation, tells CBS-3 that tomorrow morning he will introduce members of the delegation directly to the pope after his public audience on St. Peter’s Square.
“This is an international human rights violation,” said Florcy Morissett, a founding member of the Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP).
Plans for the apartment building on the 200 block of Arch Street were due to be voted on by the architectural committee of the Philadelphia Historical Commission.
A famous taste of New York City has moved out of its longtime home in Queens, New York, and landed in Burlington, NJ.
About one hundred thousand people are expected to ride the Speedline each day when the Pope is here, that’s about triple the usual ridership.
With proposals to expand casino gambling to other parts of New Jersey gaining momentum, Atlantic City is faced with an existential choice.
Officials initially had hoped that the Townsend Inlet Bridge, which links Avalon and Sea Isle City, would be back in service by Memorial Day.
Okay, so you want a Philadelphia-related t-shirt, but you want something other than the usual?
Enter Philly Phaithful!
The space agency set up shop today at the Franklin Institute, aiming to educate the public about research aboard the International Space Station and how it benefits us back here on Earth.
Abbas Khalaf, a native of Iraq, had a dramatic journey to resettle in the United States, finding his way to Northampton, Pa.