City officials say the Philadelphia police officer caught on video using his baton to help make an arrest at a South Street block party last month has been sued in federal court 13 times.
Less than three weeks after a video of a Philadelphia police officer punching a woman went viral on the internet, another video of police force in Philadelphia has surfaced.
When the temperature starts to dip and the leaves change color, many beer drinkers like to move from light, refreshing brews to deeper, richer, more full-bodied choices. Here’s where to get them in Philly.
Dust off your dirndl and head to Frankford Hall for what might just be the city’s largest Oktoberfest celebration.
There are quite a few Oktoberfest celebrations in and around Philly this year, so get your beer mug and head on out to one of the awesome festivals below.
A classic French BYOB, an Irish pub celebrating Oktoberfest in September, and a feast to benefit Philadelphia Live Arts/Philly Fringe are on the spotlight this week.
The beer is flowing and brats are sizzling at the 140th annual Cannstatter Volksfest this weekend in NE Philadelphia.
Summer’s end is still a month away, but one Center City bar is getting a head start on Oktoberfest.
Oktoberfest starts, ironically, in September around Philadelphia. Check out these spots perfect for grabbing a beer.
We may ring in October a week from now, but this weekend marks Oktoberfest around here. First there is a midmorning parade along Frankford Avenue in the northeast, followed by a weekend of revelry in Trevose, Bucks County.
Oktoberfest is a two-and-a-half week German beer festival that’s held every year beginning in mid-September. Check out our guide tto the best Ale Houses and Beer Gardens throughout Philadelphia.
Oktoberfest is a two-and-a-half week German beer festival that’s held every year beginning in mid-September. But, one local bar decided to start a little early.