This show paints the Mongolian conqueror not as a ruthless barbarian but as a great civilizer of humankind.
The next time you jog up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, take a moment to notice the azure blue and golden yellow flag on the righthand side. It’s Philadelphia’s “civic” flag.
The Italian Market is celebrating its 100th anniversary, with events being held every month until the end of the year.
The historic Eastern State Penitentiary, in Fairmount, launches its 2015 season with new art installations and a free open house on Friday evening.
It’s that time of year when animal activists and others notice a surge of cats living on the street near college campuses.
Autism Speaks and Hersha Hospitality Management, or HHM a hospitality investment firm, hosted area families of autistic children at the zoo.
A free community shredding event was held Saturday outside the CBS Broadcast Center in the Spring Garden section of the city.
At the tenth annual Greater Philadelphia Sea Perch Challenge, hundreds of spectators in the bleachers were cheering on their favorite competitors as they maneuvered their robots through obstacle courses and a simulated recovery mission.
“I want to thank the Air Force for being a partner,” fire commissioner Derrick Sawyer said today, “because you could have chosen another fire department.”
Nick & Lou’s Pines Diner, in the Penn Pines Shopping Center, says it will donate 20 percent of all guest bills between 4pm and 9pm to the Throw Away Dogs Project.
Thousands showed up today at a job fair at the Collingswood Ballroom, hosted by the Camden County Freeholders.
Philadelphia is one of five cities to test out a high-tech bench that allows the public to participate in the measurement of air quality and weather information.
The Philadelphia International records building in Center City will soon be no more.
The city of Rome is turning 2,768 years old and Penn Museum is marking the occasion with a birthday celebration featuring gladiatorial bouts.
According to the poll, 52 percent of registered New Jersey voters think Menendez should leave office, versus 39 percent who think not.