Jenoff was one of two men hired by Cherry Hill rabbi Fred Neulander to murder his wife, Carol, so Neulander could carry on an affair.
Malcolm X remains both a famous and controversial figure, 49 years after he was assassinated yet a new book presents what may be a fresh take on the activist: his childhood from the perspective of his daughter.
A lot of this is way out there from the perspective of mainstream Western medicine, described by Mincolla as “diagnose and prescribe.” Mark Mincolla focuses much more on prevention.
STEM education, for Science, Technology, Eningeering and Math, is highly prized these days, but what if it were as accessible as playing with a favorite toy?
A Mummers’ offshoot got some new blood this year.
An intriguing little ditty on the CNN Money web site may be a peek into how we interpret data in the future.
This is the fourth year for “Operation Holiday Help” by the group Unity in the Community.
Game tickets range from $72 for standing room, to more than $21,000 for the field level. Then there’s airfare and hotel.
Acetaminophen, a pain and fever reducing medication, is the active ingredient in Tylenol and all sorts of other things, and that’s where a danger lies.
“Flora & Ulysses, The Illuminated Adventures,” is a mix of prose and comic book sequences that begin with a squirrel’s near-fatal encounter with a vacuum cleaner.
For the second time this week, the Philadelphia Fire Department has gotten a nice donation for smoke detectors. But this time, it’s for people who can’t hear the regular ones.
A hidden facet of a Philadelphia landmark will host a unique musical event on Saturday.
It will be performed Saturday afternoon in a drained and dry former pool inside the Fairmount Water Works, with the river just outside windows that will back light the singers.
About 40 activists braved snow and cold during the noon hour outside a center city office tower, to protest a fracking-related project at the headquarters of the firm behind it.
The number of nuns at the Monastery of the Dominican Nuns of the Perpetual Rosary, on Haddon Avenue, had fallen to four, and the order made a change of address.