Pennsylvania Convention Center
The Philadelphia Antiques Show returns this week for the 53rd year in a row.
Philadelphia’s new “portfolio model” of school governance came in for some harsh criticism at the American Educational Research Association’s annual conference being held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Relief from this unusually tough winter arrived Saturday with the opening of the Philadelphia Flower Show to the public.
With backup cameras getting more common, the next frontier looks to be a cure for blind spots.
Getting to the Pennsylvania Convention Center might be the hardest part, especially if your visit is to research a replacement for a ride that’s worse for wear.
The Philadelphia Auto Show opens Saturday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, allowing you to feast your eyes on concept, classic, luxury, and exotic cars.
The annual Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention is drawing thousands to the Pennsylvania Convention center this weekend.
The American Library Association’s Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits is taking place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
More than 7,000 lacrosse enthusiasts from around the country, in Philadelphia for a national convention, are learning about a new device designed to signal a bad hit to the head.
Each club gets four minutes and 30 seconds to put on a theatrical production.
At MummerFest, fans can see the Fancy Brigades practice and can get a look at some of the costumes, props and floats.
The Fancy Brigades are the folks who strut indoors, at the Convention Center, with building-size floats and recorded music timed to compliment their choreography.
Developer Brooke Lenfest (center of photo) wants to build two hotels — a “W” and an “Element” — on what is now a parking lot at 15th and Chestnut Streets.
With the booking of major conventions on the decline, the Convention Center board has hired the firm SMG, based in Conshohocken, to take over operations, replacing paid staff.
Clinton is a long-time friend of expo sponsor, the Green Building Council, from “greening” the White House as First Lady to requiring LEED certification for all embassies and consulates overseas as secretary of state.