A South Philadelphia native who calls himself a cultural arsonist is one of the speakers at a conference of atheists and humanists in town next weekend.
As we near the 12th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks, The Smithsonian Channel is airing a documentary beginning Sunday evening that doesn’t exactly take a new look. It’s more of a new listen.
This first crop of 8th-to-12th graders shares one thing in common: top-level soccer. But school founder Rich Graham says that will allow them to be more diverse.
Amtrak is planning a one day, special train trip from Philadelphia on November 2nd, visiting many railroading sites
The Cheltenham School District is holding a second community meeting this evening on the subject of mold remediation in one of its buildings.
The governor says 99.7 percent of the state’s beaches are open — a better percentage, he says, than in states not hit by Sandy.
The new facility in Hunting Park combines agencies that deal with the aftermath of sex crimes.
The percentage of new cars bought by 18 to 35 year olds has been rebounding after sputtering about the time the Great Recession hit.
A well-known children’s book author wants more children to read, so she’s involved in two projects with the hopes of accomplishing that.
Even if you’ve been to the Franklin Institute lately, you might have been unaware of the construction on its south side: the three-story Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion.
Colleges routinely get big names or celebrities to make graduation speeches, but the task of welcoming newbies may be in-sourced. For a young woman at La Salle this is her spotlight moment.
Blavat, the ageless friend to singers, stars, and mobsters, was guest speaker at the Constitution Center’s “The 1968 Exhibit,” which runs through September 2nd.
Workers have pulled a huge sheet of plastic over the 20-foot-tall, white marble statue of Ben Franklin, in preparation of removal of a portion of the south wall of the Franklin Institute’s central great hall.
Big lottery jackpots are really exciting, but usually not good personal finance. One financial expert has much better numbers.
A minor makeover to a popular health book can help you make a major personal makeover.