The Philadelphia Charity Ball takes place November 29th at the Bellevue in Center City.
It will be the end of an era for Penn football on Saturday as the Quakers visit the Big Red of Cornell in what will be the final game for head coach Al Bagnoli.
For the third straight season and 16th time since 1991, the Rowan football team is preparing to play in the Division III NCAA Tournament.
The Phillies appear to be one team that Cuban prospect Yasmany Tomas could sign with.
The 0-5 Sixers are looking for their first win on Friday against the Bulls.
You’ve heard of beer festivals, but November 8th and 9th it’ll be some warmer beverages taking center stage in the Philadelphia area.
Health professionals from a variety of fields will be on hand on Saturday, October 18 at the Living Hope Fellowship on East Lycoming Street in North Philadelphia for a free health fair.
If you’re looking for something fabulous to wear to this fall, you won’t have to go very far to find it. Phashion Phest, the Philadelphia area’s largest showcase of fashion and beauty is back again, offering the season’s newest and hottest trends.
After Labor Day weekend things don’t slow down — not even for a second — on Absecon Island. The first weekend after the holiday, the pros from a popular summer sport come to Atlantic City.
Michele Gillian with the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce says it begins with Street Rod Weekend — where classic cars will be on display on the Ocean City Boardwalk.
Hear Philly: The Shore Thing – Mardi Gras AC, Armed Forces Salute and The Largest East Coast Air Show
A few days after Blake Shelton performs a free concert on the Atlantic City beach, Jeff Guaracino with the Atlantic City Alliance says another big name in the music industry will do the same to kick off August.
A long-standing tradition in Cape May is in full swing.
August in Ocean City is full of many of the town’s signature events.
The Franklin Institute’s adults-only monthly events combine scientific learning and happy hour this summer through 2015.
Like a magician snapping his fingers or waving a wand, magic stores throughout Philadelphia have disappeared. Located at 617 East Passyunk Avenue, South Street Magic is the city’s only full-time magic shop and theatre.