New Commission Represents LGBT Community In PhiladelphiaLGBT Affairs director Nellie Fitzpatrick said the Commission will advise the administration on the communities needs and experiences.
Christmas Village Moves To New Location For Holiday SeasonThe Village opens on November 27 and runs rain or shine through Christmas Eve.
Victims Of Homicide Remembered At City HallPhiladelphia officials come together to reflect on the lives of those who died as a result of a violent crime.
Philadelphia City Hall Transforms Into Beer GardenWhen will it transform again?
Protesters Hit Streets For Hot Day Of Marches Before DNCSeveral Sunday demonstrations are planned, including an anti-fracking march from City Hall to Independence Mall, near the Liberty Bell.
Philadelphia Celebrates World Refugee DayPhiladelphia marked World Refugee Day with a celebration at City Hall Saturday afternoon.
Group Of Rape Survivors And Advocates Call Attention To Violence Against WomenA group of rape survivors and advocates came together in City Hall on Tuesday to call attention to violence against women, with a public reading of a letter from a rape victim to the Stanford student convicted of the crime.
Anti-Poverty Group Sues Philly Over Rush-Hour Ban On DNC ProtestAnti-poverty activists have sued the city, seeking the right to demonstrate during rush hour as the DNC opens next month.
New City Hall Statue Honors One Of Philadelphia's Earliest Civil Rights LeadersOctavius Catto won a courageous fight to desegregate Philadelphia's trolley system and helped win ratification of the 15th amendment, extending the right to vote to black men.
Old Inquirer Building Could Become New Philly Police HeadquartersMayor Jim Kenney says he likes the location for the police department.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | April 26Chris previewed today's Pennsylvania primary and discussed it with Tom Fitzgerald from Philadelphia Inquirer at 7:20, Surrogate for Ted Cruz and Senator from Utah, Mike Lee at 8:20 and presidential candidate Ted Cruz at 845.
Israeli Students Of Various Faiths Bang The Drum For PeaceOrganizers say the 12-to-15-year-old Israeli Jewish, Christian, and Muslim children from the Galilee region of Israel are living proof that diversity can be overcome through music, and co-existence is possible.

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