The Play 'Rizzo' Is Back, Portraying The Life And Career Of Frank RizzoThe play is called 'Rizzo' and the production is being revived after a successful run last fall.
Protesters Place KKK-Like Mask On Statue Of Former Philly Mayor Frank RizzoA protest was held on Friday over the statue of former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo.
Time To Go, Rizzo? Some Want Philly Ex-Mayor's Statue GoneAn anti-police brutality group wants Philadelphia to remove a statue of Frank Rizzo.
Zeoli Show Log 08.09.16Rich discussed the father of the Orlando shooter attending a Clinton rally, Donald Trump's second amendment comments and the latest regarding Johnny Doc and Frank Rizzo's statue. He also discussed the banning of diving while drinking coffee in New Jersey, Sen. Susan Collins deeming Trump as 'dangerous' and more. Rich spoke with Peter Schweizer at 3:30, Gov. Gary Johnson at 4pm and Assemblyman John Wisniewski at 4:20pm.
Philadelphia Theater Bringing The Frank Rizzo Story To The StageA South Philadelphia theater is bringing the story of one of the city's most divisive political figures to the stage.
South Philly Theater Tells Frank Rizzo's StoryThe theater is bringing the story of one of the city's most divisive political figures to the stage.
KYW Flashback: The Death Of Former Mayor Frank Rizzo1991, Frank Rizzo was brought down by his own heart.
Philadelphia Political Figures Remember Former Bodyguard, Driver Who DiedAnthony "Tony" Fulwood will be laid to rest this week.
KYW FLASHBACK: Rizzo Wins GOP Primary Decade After Democratic TermIn 1991, after 10 years out of office, Rizzo jumped back in to a mayoral race.
KYW Flashback: Fairmount Park Police Become A Thing Of The PastThe year was 1972 and Rizzo was ready to merge the Fairmount Park Police with the city force.
Italian Market, a South Philly Icon, Gears Up for Celebration of Its 100th YearThe Italian Market is celebrating its 100th anniversary, with events being held every month until the end of the year.
KYW Flashback: Philadelphia Cop Cars Go Through TransformationWhen Philadelphians had to call for police in the 1960's, the cars were red.