NFL Hopes To Leave Legacy Even After Draft Leaves PhiladelphiaThe NFL kicked off Draft Week here in Philadelphia by showing city residents it's doing more than just causing traffic jams.
'Too Tall' Ballerina Lands On Her Feet With New Dance CompanyThe ballerina considered to be too tall by the Pennsylvania Ballet, and let go, has landed on her toes nicely.
State Of The Art Senior Rec Center Opens In North PhiladelphiaA Central North Philadelphia ribbon cutting, nearly two decades in the making, gives senior citizens a recreation center to finally call their own.
Philadelphia Prepares As Penn Relays Coincide With NFL DraftWhile the NFL Draft is grabbing headlines, there will also be huge crowds in University City this week for the 123rd Penn Relays.
With Allergy Season Here, Natural Remedies May Be What You NeedPeople all over the region are complaining about allergies, but is there a natural way to handle the sniffles?
Two Ways Philly Judicial Candidate Hopes His Run For Office Is A Game ChangerIf elected, one of the candidates for judge for the Philadelphia Court of Common Please would become a first for the LGBTQ community, and says win or lose he's hoping to send a message.
Netflix Discovers An Indie-Philly Band To Promote New Series A little bit of luck and the internet enabled a song from a Philadelphia-based indie band to make it on to an promotional trailer for an upcoming Netflix series.
No 5 O'Clock Shadows Here! Impressive Beards Showcased During Philly FestivalThe Philadelphia Beard Festival took over The Schmidt's Commons in Northern Liberties Saturday, featuring many bearded men, and much more.
Philadelphia School District Honors Best Principals In The CityHundreds were nominated but only seven principals were recognized by the School District of Philadelphia for their excellent work at the Lindback Distinguished Principal Awards.
Fire Commissioner Responds To Recommendations Made By Federal ReportPhiladelphia Fire Commissioner Adam Thiel held a press conference Tuesday morning to address a Federal report on the death of 37-year-old firefighter Joyce Craig.
More Liquor Reform Bills Teed Up In PA HouseThe state House Liquor Control Committee has advanced two more bills as lawmakers get ready to tackle more possible reforms to alcohol sales in Pennsylvania.
Museum Of The American Revolution Grand Opening Features More Than 400 ArtifactsAfter planning and working on the exhibits for 5 years Mead, says he still gets chills when he encounters historic artifacts.