There’s nothing that says culinary indulgence like the menacing claws of a live lobster, outstretched to exact vengeance before winding up bright red and inert on a plate.
Large crowds lined 10th Street near Arch for the Suns Lion Dance Parade. Shops along the parade route were decorated with red envelopes and heads of lettuce, both symbols of good luck.
A simple request for a cigarette lighter at a SEPTA stop ended in a terrifying beating caught on tape.
A group of volunteer doctors and nurses from Drexel and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital have teamed up to provide free medical care to the uninsured.
Nutter spoke about his upcoming trip to Beijing and Tianjin with Steve Coyle’s seventh-grade social studies class at the Folk Arts Cultural Treasures Charter School, at 11th and Callowhill Streets in Chinatown.
From television shows to the Homeland Security, it seems everyone is preparing for an impending zombie apocalypse. But one Philadelphia organization is having some fun with the phenomenon.
Police have now released the identification of the suspect wanted in connection with the indecent assaults of two females that happened just over an hour apart in Chinatown last week.
Police are searching for a suspect in connection with the indecent assaults of two females that occurred just over an hour apart in the city’s Chinatown neighborhood.
The “Home2Suites by Hilton” will rise on the corner of 12th and Arch Streets, across the street from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and Reading Terminal Market.
Transportation officials say safety is their top priority and they will not tolerate irresponsible bus companies that jeopardize the safety of bus passengers and other motorists.
Thursday was a day of protests in Philadelphia and around the world for supporters of an independent Tibet, and a day the Dalai Lama said he will give up his political role in the Tibetan government-in-exile.
The safety of ceramic kitchenware that contains lead is being investigated by the FDA. Philadelphia doctors uncovered the problem in Chinatown, but say the dangers could be widespread. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more.
Doctors at Jefferson University are trying to find out just how much lead is in ceramic cookware sold in Chinatown.
Chinese New Year arrives tomorrow but Philadelphia’s celebrations begin at 11 p.m. tonight in Chinatown.
They’re a staple of big cities in China and other Asian nations: nightmarkets featuring vendors, exotic foods, and live entertainment.