The first in a series of four events called “Shake it Up Saturdays” begins this weekend at The Market and Shops at Comcast Center.
“We’re focused on building the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center, and are not currently planning for a third building,” says a Comcast spokesman.
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Philadelphia’s bustling soccer community includes a growing number of World Cup fans.
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The miniature statue of William Penn that stands atop the current tallest building in Philadelphia is considered by superstitious sports fans to be the phantom force that broke a 25-year curse on local sports teams.
A source says the cable-and-entertainment juggernaut is already outgrowing the Comcast Center, at 17th Street and JFK Boulevard, opened in 2008.
This week Hadas reports on a coffee shop entrepreneur, cooking demonstrations at the Comcast Center, and a special Mexican dinner to celebrate the new year.
Savor For Sandy is on Sunday, December 16th from 6 – 11 p.m. at Table 31 at The Comcast Building.
Philadelphia is one of the country’s oldest cities, and that shows up in its architecture.
Festival director Nick Stuccio says the hope is these pop-up performances will get people talking about the show. “People’s opinions matter more than reviews as much as they used to.”
To get folks geared up for the tournament, the rugby sevens teams of Temple and Notre Dame universities took over the plaza at Comcast Tower for a demonstration.
Monday was sunny and warm outside, with near-record temperatures, and people were finding any excuse they could to get out to enjoy their lunch hour out of doors.
A Flyers’ “Fight for the Cup” caravan made its way through the streets of South Philly and center city on Wednesday, ending with a pep rally at the Comcast Center.