Pretty much any US city, short of maybe Birmingham, AL, has some elements/neighborhoods of hipster culture at this point (you really just need a fixed-gear bike shop, right?), but these 10 cities are vying for the title of hipster-est. Behind Williamsburg, of course.
You’ve never set foot in Brooklyn, but you know of Brooklyn Bridge Park. Come on along and don’t get distracted by Tom Selleck!
New Exhibit At Philadelphia Museum Highlights Artist Who Broke Color Barriers In Children’s Literature
A new exhibit opens Friday at the National Museum of Jewish American History that showcases the work of a children’s author and illustrator most known for breaking a color barrier in children’s literature.
Federal prosecutors say a New York City woman who led a group that shipped dozens of stolen and carjacked luxury vehicles to Africa has been convicted in New Jersey on numerous charges.
In early 2012, the three men were making an attractive offer: the opportunity to purchase Facebook stock just as the company was expected to go public.
What are parents naming their newborns these days?
Police in New York were awaiting the return of a man arrested in Pennsylvania in connection with a gruesome car crash that killed a pregnant woman and her husband on their way to a hospital.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., rabbi has been sentenced to a year in federal prison for his admitted role in a large-scale corruption and money laundering sting in New Jersey.
A report says the New York Islanders have struck a deal to move to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center as early as 2015.
Chris reviews President Obama’s speech from the Democratic National Convention. He gets final reports from Charlotte from CBS 3′s Chris May and Breitbart TV’s Larry O’Connor. He also talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and previews the Eagles season opener with CBS 3′s Beasley Reece.
As the Nets prepared to say goodbye to New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie bid the Brooklyn-bound NBA team good riddance.
Chris talks to Senator Pat Toomey about the Jobs Act and the Republican Presidential Primary. He investigates the hierarchy of grocery stores, asks who is to blame to the deadly fire in Kensington and laments the Phillies slow start and stagnant offense.
A Pennsylvania man convicted of stalking “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” actress Kathryn Erbe has been sentenced in New York to five year’s probation and ordered to pay $42,000 in restitution.
Firefighter Darryl Bacchi and fellow volunteers at the King of Prussia Fire Company have a very special connection to the tragic events at Ground Zero.
The man being hailed as a hero says the true heroes are the New York City police officers who arrested a suspected serial stabber.