By John McDevitt PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A billboard near the Benjamin Franklin Bridge is preventing construction of a high-rise apartment building at 2nd and Race streets in Old City. Many are wondering why the billboard […]
The long-running battle over outdoor advertising on the old Electric Factory site at 7th and Callowhill Streets is returning to City Council.
Even if your radio is always set to KYW Newsradio 1060, you couldn’t escape a certain pop song over the past few months. Billboard is making it official, now — naming it the “song of the summer.”
The billboards feature a young boy, a toll free hotline number and the message, “where does human trafficking happen?”
Pat’s Steak’s in South Philadelphia usually has lines around the block, so you wouldn’t think it would need to advertise. But some wacky Pat’s ads have begun popping up.
One of the songs on Billboard’s Hot 100 this week is performed by Bucks County native, and relative newcomer, Christina Perri.