Celebration Of Black Art Throughout May In PhiladelphiaA South Philly non-profit will kick off its annual celebration of African American Art May 1st.
Philadelphia Black Pride Events Celebrate African American LGBTQ CommunityIt has a history that goes back decades.
Center City Jazz Festival Returns For Fifth YearThe Center City Jazz Festival will take over Sansom street Saturday for the fifth year in a row.
North Penn High School Jazz Band To Play New Orleans FestivalThey may be young, but their music has old-fashioned soul. And they're taking that soul on the road to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Brandon Tate-Brown Family Lawsuit Will Move ForwardBrown was killed by police in December of 2014, but his supporters allege a cover-up.
Local Reaction Pouring In Following Death Of PrinceThose who attended Prince concerts say it was an experience to remember.
North Philly Catholic School Holds Parade After Boys Basketball Team Wins ChampionshipA North Philadelphia Catholic school shut down Lehigh Avenue near 23rd Street today for a parade
West Philly Barber Uses Chair To Build Dialogue And Bridges Across Color LinesA Wynnefield barber who has cut the hair of some of nation's biggest celebrities is using his chair to spark dialogue.
Program In Camden Aims To Close Gender Gap In Politics By Inspiring GirlsWomen are more than half of the U.S. population, yet hold less than 20 percent of seat in Congress. A program in Camden, New Jersey is hoping to close this gender gap in politics by inspiring high school girls.
Conference At Community College Of Philadelphia Aims To Tackle PovertyA South Philadelphia nonprofit implemented a new solution to poverty and will host several political leaders at a conference Wednesday hoping the dynamic approach sticks.
Philadelphia Immigrants Rally Outside U.S. Supreme Court In Support Of Obama's Immigration PlanPhiladelphia immigrants were among those who rallied outside of the U.S. Supreme Court Monday as the eight justices heard oral arguments over the legality of executive actions taken by President Obama to protect immigrants.
3 Dead In Shooting, Barricade In KensingtonThree people are dead after a shooting and violent standoff in Kensington early Sunday morning.

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