“I’m In Philly,” That’s the name of the collection of art work from Philadelphia photographer Scott Weiner that is on display at Philadelphia International Airport.
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Athletes took to Twitter to react to the Boston Marathon explosions.
Instead of sitting in your sweatpants eating popcorn this February, why not get dolled up and paint the town red carpet red?
Millions of people, mainly women, have eating disorders. But most are too guilty or embarrassed to admit it. Now, with some famous people leading the way, experts say it’s starting to change.
From private jets and tanning beds to the stupid things they often say and do, celebrities impact our environment. Pick who is worse.
Chris Brown and Rihanna, back together? People on the street and on the internet are abuzz with comments.
We all have a celebrity crush. Pick your dream date with Pick-A-Side.
Celebrities aren’t always beautiful. Pick your nightmare date with Pick-A-Side.
Larry Thomas, the actor who popularized the “Soup Nazi” character on the Seinfeld TV show, is a friend of the owner.
Philadelphia is not a city that has organized tours of the final resting places of the famous that travel from one cemetery or burial ground to the next, so you’ll need to do it on your own. Here’s a guide to the burial sites of the famous in the Philadelphia area.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Power bands are the newest fitness trend. Hollywood swears by them, and athletes say they’re amazing. 3 On Your Side Medical Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the new rage. It’s a […]
Any professional stargazer traveling outside the orbit of New York City and Los Angeles knows that most name-brand celeb sightings are few and far between. That does not, however, mean you should be surprised to be rubbing elbows with such wildly-famous game in other urban jungles.
Searching for information on celebrities, sports figures and even politicians in cyberspace can be hazardous to your computer.