On Friday, July 25th, a very sick little boy from Foxboro, Massachusetts will be celebrating his 6th birthday. His wish? Getting lots of birthday cards
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Today, Museum leadership and a world renowned architect unveiled for the public a master plan to upgrade the interior, create extensive new gallery space, and re-imagine the exterior steps that “Rocky” made famous.
The Mann Center is pulling out all the stops this summer. This week alone, an iconic star, Italian tenors and the Philadelphia Orchestra are performing.
Talk Philly Arts Contributer, Joel Gibbs, was here to speak with us about several upcoming entertaining things that are happening in the City.
Maya Angelou may have been America’s poet, bestselling author, artist and teacher, but to civic leader Roz McPherson, soon to become CEO of the Philadelphia Urban League, she was more.
The Levin’ s will come to experience the Museum and its story of nation attacked, and the sacrifice that families were forced to suffer.
Our very own Pat Ciarrocchi visited the Ashley Furniture Store in Cherry Hill to speak with Mark Locascio, who is the Regional Sales Manager about various ways to spruce up the rooms in your home for the season.
Carrying the banner at the front of the Survivor’s Parade of Pink will be a married couple. Both are women and both are breast cancer survivors. For Kelly McCrea and Janet Kollmann, this will be their fifth survivors march together.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Emmy-winner Pat Ciarrocchi, CBS 3’s longtime anchor, reporter and host, will be inducted into Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame this Sunday, May 4 at a special dinner at the Hotel […]
Bishop David O’ Connell of the Diocese of Trenton says Popes John Paul II and John the XXIII both helped to renew the strength of the Roman Catholic Church.
Sunday, the Catholic world will witness the making of two saints. Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII will rise to sainthood.
Dr. Nadia speaks to innovative, rejuvenation treatments that avoid unnecessary surgical procedures.
At Tuesday’s tribute to the victims and first responders of the 2013 Boston Marathon, runner Amy Oneill of Doylestown was among the guests.
The private discussion, over a wooden desk in the papal library, scheduled for a half hour stretched to 52 minutes.