The original U.S. capital and now the nation’s fifth largest city, Philadelphia touts its historical significance. It has hosted the presidential nominating convention seven times since 1856, most recently the Republican one in 2000.
Throughout the years, epidemics and plagues have shaken up societies and cultures around the world.
Inner city kids need positive role models. So says a high school history teacher who’s mounted an unusual outreach.
Jordan Bondrowski joined Angelo Cataldi in studio on 94WIP to hand him the Tom McCarthy homerun ball.
A new program in Philadelphia’s historic district allows children to wear colonial costumes as they tour the sites.
Charter Day, or March 9th, is held annually to celebrate the founding of Pennsylvania.
The Time Shutter app lets you visualize the past, offering vintage images of New York and San Francisco.
Visiting local restaurants and bars is one of the best parts about traveling. Check out any of these old bars – most of which are older than America.
Pearl Harbor has become the centerpiece of a personal mission for the Kimmel family of Wilmington.
There are three happenings – eerie, extraordinary and seemingly random at the time – that have irrevocably shaped the life of Dr. Robert McClelland.
Pennsylvania is surprisingly a crime-filled place, at least according to a man who co-wrote a book compiling many of the incidents we don’t mention in polite company.
There is a lot to be learned about Philadelphia through 150-year-old trash.
It doesn’t get more patriotic than Philadelphia’s July 4th parade, right in the heart of one of our nation’s most historic areas.
The Battle of Gettysburg is underway for the second time in a week and tourists are converging in droves even if the outcome of the Civil War’s pivotal encounter has been known for 150 years.
You’re a Civil War re-enactor carrying an authentic musket, out on the field with your history-buff buddies making a charge under withering enemy fire. It’s great fun except for one thing: Someone’s going to have to “die.”