Interview: Garbage's Shirley Manson On Trump, Sexism, And Pushing Through ItThe dust will still be settling from the Democratic National Convention when Shirley Manson and Garbage pull into Philadelphia this Saturday night.
Philly Bars Could Stay Open Later For DNCThe Democratic National Convention Host Committee is now accepting applications from restaurants to temporarily extend their hours.
Review: Paul McCartney Mixes It Up At Citizens Bank ParkRock royalty set up shop in the outfield of Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on Tuesday night for some singing and storytelling.
'Sophisticatedly Creepy' Fundraiser Masks Eastern State PenitentiaryThe prison opened its doors for Party at the Pen: The Masquerade over the weekend.
All Prince Forever: Dance Party In Philly Celebrates The IconPurple Rain, Kiss, When Doves Cry...you name it, they played at the All Prince Forever Dance Party
Philadelphia's 'Most Glamorous Event' Returns This MonthHair O' The Dog is back January 16th at the Crystal Tea Room in Center City.
Record Number Of Champagne Bottles Popped NYE In Atlantic City Still looking for something to do to ring in the new year? In Atlantic City, you can be a part of history.
Last-Minute Shoppers Hit Up Stag And Doe Night In Chestnut HillThere's no way a little rain could put a damper on the parade of last minute shoppers in Chestnut Hill.
Hear Philly: Special Reunion Planned At Philadelphia Running Of The SantasThe Running of the Santas is coming back to town December 12th.
The Kid Cast Of Walnut Theater's "A Christmas Story, The Musical"CBS3's Vittoria Woodill heads to the theater for some holiday entertainment to see A Christmas Story, The Musical.
The Districts Come Home For First Headlining Show At Electric FactoryOn this night at Electric Factory in Philadelphia the stage is filled with intensity.
Hear Philly: Zombies Return For Prom Night In PhiladelphiaThe annual zombie prom started in 2007 as a reunion between people who already participated and attended the Zombie Crawl in the spring on South Street. The demand was so strong, creator and organizer Robert Drake says they decided to make the prom its own event.