Philadelphia Art Museum
For 13-year-old Sean Bartolucci, these 72 steps represent a year-and-a-half of struggle to persevere through a battle with cancer. And for him, standing above them Sunday means everything.
Among those at the event was Melissa Coleman from Devon, who got a new kidney seven years ago.
After a brief closure for a full-scale reinstallation, the Philadelphia Rodin Museum has reopened on the Ben Franklin Parkway.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art, usually closed on Mondays, will be open on Monday, January 19th for Martin Luther King Day, and it’s part of a whole weekend of events.
Titled “Represent: 200 years of African American Art,” the exhibit is comprised of 75 objects from 50 African American artists, including more than a dozen from Philadelphia.
Designed as a continuous loop, Philly PHLASH allows riders to hop on and off at 20 stops, either right in front of or within steps of the city’s most popular sites.
Thousands started their holiday Thursday at the 95th annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade, the oldest in the country.
If you’re traveling between Philadelphia and South Jersey this morning, be aware: The Ben Franklin Bridge will be closed from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. in both directions.
JDRF, formerly known as Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, held its annual 5K walk at the Philadelphia Art Museum on Sunday.
10,000 people took to the Philadelphia Art Museum area this morning for the 28th annual AIDS Walk Philly 5-K.
Thousands gathered in front of the Philadelphia Art Museum steps Sunday morning for the Out of the Darkness Community Walk.
It looks as if cleanup will finish on schedule, with roads expected to reopen by 6 a.m. Tuesday.
The Philadelphia Soul have a new video that they have released that is sure to garner some attention from fans. The team sent out QB Dan Raudabaugh and DB Rayshaun Kizer to check out some of the city’s top spots while performing a few trick passes.
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.
Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at the March of Dimes’ March for Babies at the Philadelphia Art Museum on April 27th, 2014