These trendy havens in Philadelphia draw crowds in with drink specials and keep them for their eccentricity, providing underground music, cheap beer and grunge appeal to more than just hipsters. Flannel is optional–but highly recommended.
March of the Sombreros takes place tonight on South Street. What is it?
As always, the public is invited to show off their Easter finery.
A big, blank wall at the corner of 6th and South Streets in South Philadelphia will soon be a giant mural to showcase one of Philadelphia’s most famous bands, The Roots.
KeVen Parker has begun a year-long campaign to do random acts of kindness throughout the area. First up was paying the grocery store bill for a woman named Shirley.
Entrepreneur KeVen Parker is most known for his soul food establishment “Ms. Tootsie’s,” is branching out with a lifestyle boutique and a hotel of lavish, extended-stay suites.
From super-chains to local names, these six sections of Philly have everything on your shopping list covered.
Mark Miklosovich of Busybee Homestore on South Street says he became aware of the need for bone marrow donors when his business partner got Leukemia. So, he decided to host a bone marrow drive here at the store.
Philadelphia has a multitude of fabulous and funky dive bars equipped with great music. From classic rock to home-grown local bands, the jukeboxes are stocked with divine and diverse music. Next time you are planning […]
A shooting at 5th and South Streets on Thanksgiving Day left one person injured.
Philadelphia’s favorite band is hooking up with Philadelphia’s premier public arts program.
Philadelphia abounds with shopping for free. Check out these spots around town to window shop.
A city council committee has signed off on plans for a new apartment building at Broad and South Streets in Center City, but not before some residents on neighboring streets voiced their concerns.
Have you ever received a late notice for a parking ticket you didn’t know you got? You’re not alone.
John Benson was given a sentence of 30-72 years in prison and ordered to pay restitution. Co-defendant Sheakia Stubbs, 32, got 11-23 months of probation with credit for time served, and immediate parole.