The end of Daylight Saving Time can sure impact how people sleep, especially children. So how can you help them adjust?
This week we’ll hear about a new restaurant in Kensington with an in-house butcher shop, a “cake pops” convention coming to Philadelphia, and an event in support of a very special school.
One woman in government is traveling the commonwealth, reaching out to students about voting.
Those surveyed on the website sleepinginairports.net ranked Philadelphia International as the sixth-worst airport in North America — but most travelers at PHL say they had a good travel experience.
New statistics indicate many of the region’s richest Americans graduated from the University of Pennsylvania.
“Peanut Chews is a local candy, and a reminder of home — all the things they cherish and miss,” notes a company executive.
Hadas Kuznits reports on two Halloween-related festivals on Saturday, October 25th, and a new restaurant opening at the Navy Yard.
“Not only are they trained and are they well-prepared, every single health care institution represented in the room said that they can handle a patient who has this disease,” noted US representative Chaka Fattah.
The 46th annual KYW Newsradio Newstudies program for High School students in the Delaware Valley began this weekend.
There were fall-themed activities at Reading Terminal Market’s annual Harvest Festival Saturday.
Hundreds of boy scouts are gathering in North Philadelphia for a weekend full of inner-city camping and activities.
The ASPCA’s annual “Mega Match-a-thon” is underway all weekend at the Pennsylvania SPCA, on East Erie Avenue in Kensington.
A new class at the Community College of Philadelphia is geared toward aspiring food truck entrepreneurs.
It’s a beer theme on this week’s “What’s Cooking on 1060,” as Hadas previews a new craft beer brewery in Old City, a new gay sports bar in center city, and a Halloween beer crawl.
It’s the end of an era at 309 South Broad Street, where the “Sound of Philadelphia” was born.