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Officials say there will be an increased police and emergency personnel presence. Cameras will be scanning the crowd and course.
Walking through the toy department can seem a little foreign to those of us who haven’t ventured into this magical land since childhood, so here are a few gift ideas.
Hadas Kuznits covers a seafood restaurant on South Street, a Christmas celebration at a Reading Terminal Market shop and an Italian feast in South Philadelphia.
The new Philadelphia City Council President took the stage and set a positive tone, during Inauguration Ceremonies at the Academy of Music on Monday.
Spielberg tries not to overdo the self-conscious tear-jerking. He succeeds, but at a price.
The makers seem to think that gunfire exchanges represent the height of drama. They couldn’t be more wrong. As for the rooting interest aspect of the film, it’s muddy at best.
Charm and chemistry aren’t exactly absent, but they are (like the number of hours in a day for a mother of two with a high-powered employer) in short supply.
If it weren’t summer, you’d think it was Christmas, with so many people browsing and buying at the new Philly AIDS Thrift store at 710 South 5th Street.
Click here to see the latest Brotherly Love stories and to share your story ideas.
Learn more about the arts in Philadelphia — theater, ballet, opera, fine art exhibits and the stories of the people who create the magic on stage and canvas.
A community project giving children the opportunity to record a KYW Newscast, which is then posted online for download. The segments (when we could count downloads) are among the most-downloaded audio feature created by KYW.
For two years running, the “Best Regularly Scheduled Newscast” in Pennsylvania, according to the Associated Press. A twice-daily “de-brief” of our staff of local reporters and worldwide correspondents on the top breaking news of the day.
A weekly spotlight on an upcoming performance or exhibition being staged by one of the Delaware Valley’s cultural organizations.