New York City
A Big Apple landmark is coming to the City of Brotherly Love very soon—if a new feature at 20th & Sansom is any indication.
That nothing is quite what it seems, a familiar approach in this kind of thriller, is fine. We only wish that the eventual revelations were more interesting and satisfying.
Something new grows in Brooklyn, and Jay Lloyd notes that history buffs now have another getaway spot to visit.
“Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close” is a poignant, stimulating drama about the tragic effects and aftermath of the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Subway passengers in New York City have faced jail time or worse for breaking the train’s etiquette rules according to recent article in the New York Times. But could that happen here in Philadelphia? A SEPTA spokesman says no.
One of several bus companies commonly referred to in Philadelphia as the “Chinatown bus” has been ordered to stop operations by the federal government.
Among those who tucked into domestic rather than foreign travel this year was KYW’s Jay Lloyd.
A retired Philadelphia police captain arrested in uniform during Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City is getting a warning from police and union officials.
Villanova has a tough matchup on tap tonight, as Jay Wright’s Wildcats are in New York City to play #10 Missouri at Madison Square Garden.
This week, the holiday lights are blazing on Broadway, and it’s the perfect time for a Big Apple getaway.
When a Coatesville woman found out she was accused of wrongdoing and facing almost $1000 in fines, she said, “I didn’t do it!” but she needed help proving her innocence.
As America celebrates the 236th birthday of the US Navy, KYW’s Jay Lloyd is on board for weekend getaways around many of the historic naval attractions in our area.
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.
Dr. Cynthia Otto is an associate professor at the University Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine who created the “Working Dog Center” at Penn Vet. She is also a member of a FEMA search-and-rescue team.
The Borough of Avalon welcomed an artifact from the World Trade Center during a special ceremony held Thursday evening.