CBS Philly Presents
MT. HOLLY, N.J. (CBS) – Two-time Grammy-nominated artist Eric Roberson performed before a packed crowd at the Firehouse Café in Mt. Holly Friday night. It was mixed feelings for the crowd and for Eric as […]
Eugene Perry knows first-hand about struggle. At the age of 10, he migrated to the United States shortly before the Liberian Civil War. Almost 25 years later, in his own studio in Port Richmond, Perry depicts the battles he endured in life through metal sculpting.
William Pierce, 96, pointed at an old clock that stood tall in his daughter’s living room – a clock he remembers building as a gift for his daughter Joan Fisher’s wedding several years ago.
For the last several years, DePerro and her daughters Alexa and Larissa of Marlton, New Jersey have spent their holiday season volunteering for Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice’s annual Thanksgiving basket deliveries.
Actress Beth Behrs of the new CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls” got her first taste of Philadelphia this week at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
When Frank McGovern received notice in February 2003 that he was being deployed to Iraq, he didn’t ask questions – he wanted to fight for his country.
Walt Hunter has been reporting for over four decades, but nothing compares to what he experienced on September 11, 2001.
Philadelphia is known for its history and rich culture, but it is also known for its tremendous amount of talent. Sierra Hurtt is one of Philly’s talented singer/songwriters who spreads her message through her music.
A group of young skateboarders from Seattle know all about teamwork and are in sync with the twists and turns they come across at each skate park they tackle.
Amidst the decision of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to suspend 29 priests following an investigation of an alleged sex scandal, one woman is reminded of her own abuse and the childhood that was stolen from her.
With influences like Dave Matthews Band, it is hard not to see how Reed Kendall of Up the Chain has steadily impressed Philadelphia music fans.
Exotic, sweet, and distinctive describe the music of this Philadelphia artist who uses soft, rhythmic beats and cultural melodies to engage his audience.
A music professor by day and a singer/songwriter by night, Joshua is doing what he loves and he’s enjoying every minute of it.
Newly crowned Miss America Teresa Scanlan visited children at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia as a spokesperson for IHOP’s National Pancake Day. She hopes that people will donate on National Pancake Day in an effort […]
Their crisp green jackets, studied poise, and youthful voices have made this group of boys quite popular on all seven continents.