The tumultuous year of 1963 included the March on Washington, Dr. King’s historic speech, and the assassination of Pres. Kennedy.
On 50th Anniversary Of Assassination, KYW Newsradio Speaks To Reporter Who Covered Kennedy’s Texas Trip
In November 1963, Sid Davis was the White House Correspondent for Westinghouse Broadcasting and KYW Radio.
The college is opening a coin art exhibit showcasing the works of Gilroy Roberts of Upper Darby. He carved Kennedy’s face for the half dollar.
In the wake of the JFK assassination 50 years ago today, Philadelphia TV and radio stations provided massive coverage.
JFK was a hero in the U.S. Navy and a big sports fan, especially football. Two local men remember their time with Navy football and the day the world turned upside down.
While the nephew of JFK remembers that faithful day, he is also welcoming a new Kennedy.
The shots that killed President Kennedy 50 years ago tomorrow changed the nation in many profound ways. One was that television became the go-to place for news.
Fifty years ago, as an 11-year-old, it’s the place where she became a witness to the horrific.
As we look at this area’s connection to the assassination of President Kennedy, which happened 50 years ago Friday, we look back on a piece of the story that almost got away.
In South Jersey, one of the best known uses of the name “Kennedy” is the Kennedy Health System.
New York Times reporter Philip Shenon says the Kennedy assassination probe was mishandled by the Warren Commission.
As we approach the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy, there’s a place in Philadelphia you can go to relive the event.
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