George Beamon scored 24 points and Michael Alvarado added 16, including the go-ahead 3-pointer that pushed Manhattan past La Salle for a 99-90 double overtime win on Saturday.
It’s probably safe to say that the 2012-13 La Salle Explorers provided Philadelphia sports fans with the most exciting ride of the year to this point. After a 21-win regular season, the Explorers earned one of the last at-large berths for the NCAA Tournament.
If you want to see the city but dread traffic, take to the water!
Central Park is an urban oasis that brings together fantasy, escape, glamour and wide open spaces.
Marco Joaquin, an 18-year-old from Manhattan, was arrested on May 6th for the murder of Dwayne Page and Anthony Fletcher.
This grand old architectural wonder in the heart of Manhattan is celebrating 100 years of landmark status and countless memories. What’s there now? Climb on board for a tour!
The Lower East Side of Manhattan has to be the ethnic epicenter of New York City. You can nosh your way through a random walking tour, crossing from pickles to pasta. So, where to start?
Spectacular waterscapes, jazz, hip bars, a restaurant explosion and unique hotels – it’s all there on the eclectic patch of Manhattan called the Upper West Side.
A man has been arrested in the 1979 disappearance of a 6-year-old New York City boy. It’s the first arrest ever made in a case that helped give rise to the nation’s missing-children movement.
With Memorial Day on the horizon, Jay Lloyd tries to beat the getaway crowds.
Authorities on Wednesday were focusing on what caused a construction boom crane to crash to the ground at a Manhattan work site, killing one construction worker and seriously injuring another.
It’s a ‘banner’ week for videos, especially if you are a Woody Allen fan.
Politicians from Philadelphia and all across the state are gathered in Manhattan this weekend for the annual “Pennsylvania Society” gathering. Among those there is a retiring city councilman who until now avoided the event.
The names of the Sept. 11 dead, some recited by children barely old enough to remember their fallen mothers and fathers, echoed across ground zero Sunday in a haunting but hopeful tribute on the 10th anniversary of the terror attack.
It’s 150 years ago this week since the first shots were fired in America’s bloodiest war ever. Here are some nearby but little known Civil War getaway possibilities within a few hours of Philadelphia.