KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on two food-related festivals this weekend — one in Northern Liberties and one in the basement of the Comcast Center — plus a new dining spot at the Jersey shore.
A gas leak has forced residents to evacuate in Northern Liberties Thursday night.
This week, Hadas reports on the “Jog ‘n’ Hog” ice cream race in Yardley, Pa., a paella cooking class in Northern Liberties, and the Philadelphia Zoo’s summer ale fest.
Mayor Michael Nutter expects 600,000 people to show up on the Parkway and more than one million to pass through the various city activities.
Brandon Pankey, one of the organizers of the first The City event, says the party at the Piazza was the brainchild of The Roots, who wanted to host a pre-party to the big 4th of July Jam on the Parkway.
A man checking out a sinkhole in a street saw something unexpected inside — a pool of what looked like green ooze.
The ribbon-cutting and inaugural bike ride showcased Philadelphia’s first separated on-road bicycle and pedestrian trail, running for about 1,400 feet from Spring Garden Street to Ellen Street.
The burgers will be served on a first-come-first-serve basis, and they’re up for grabs in honor of the restaurant’s Latin-infused lunch menu launch.
With families on the lookout for affordable entertainment, these free music events in Philadelphia are bound to be favorites during the upcoming months.
The Hardy Williams Education Fund awarded scholarships to six students in Philadelphia interested in careers in government, law or social action.
The famous “Brooklyn Flea” is expanding to Northern Liberties, starting June 2nd.
With the majority of possible combinations of Powerball numbers in play, someone is almost sure to win the game’s highest jackpot during Saturday night’s drawing, a windfall of hundreds of millions of dollars — and that’s after taxes.
Read on for the top spots to bring-your-own-booze in rapidly growing Fishtown and Northern Liberties.
Philabundance hosted its 3rd Annual Cupcake Smash on Saturday, an event to raise money for the organization as it tries to address hunger issues in the Delaware Valley.
Under current regulations, homeowners would have to pay the new — and possibly higher — bill and then get reimbursed if they win the appeal.