This week marks the 175th anniversary of the malicious burning of Pennsylvania Hall. It was an abolitionist meeting place set ablaze just three days after it opened.
Police are investigating what caused a taxi driver to crash overnight in Old City.
Eagles tight end Brent Celek to open ‘Prime Stache,’ a restaurant in Old City.
By John McDevitt PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A billboard near the Benjamin Franklin Bridge is preventing construction of a high-rise apartment building at 2nd and Race streets in Old City. Many are wondering why the billboard […]
Philly Social Sports is a blend of sports and old-school socializing that relies on social media to enhance the face-to-face experience.
Some fashion industry experts are reporting a slow start to spring sales, but the turn in the weather is turning things around for some shops in Philadelphia.
What happened inside a taxi led to an arrest after a passenger tried to pay his fare with pot.
Hundreds of Irish Philadelphians celebrated St. Patrick’s Day at the Memorial to the Irish Famine, at Front and Chestnut Street in Old City.
Tonight’s First Friday in Old City will be just the beginning of a three-day “First Weekend” in the arts district. Galleries and businesses are hoping to extend the success of their busiest night of the month.
The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation is looking for design teams to submit proposals for a new project; the creation of the eight acre Penn’s Landing Park that would connect part of Old City with the waterfront.
First Friday gallery openings in Old City Philadelphia will soon be expanding to include art-related activities stretching into the whole weekend.
Philadelphia police say a man in custody after allegedly threatening to blow up the Liberty Bell Saturday morning.
A pint in one hand and a ping pong paddle in the other, that’s what all three Drinker’s Pubs want to see their patrons sporting on a Tuesday night.
One person is in custody and another person is hospitalized after three separate shooting incidents that occurred in Philadelphia.
Whether you are a trust-fund baby with oodles of cash to blow on designer labels or a frugal fashionista looking for the latest designs, Philly has a store to suit any budget.