Broadway Conductor, Philly Native Leads Masterclass With Choir Students At GAMPWhat a music lesson for the high school choir at Girard Academic Music Program in South Philadelphia.
Fishtown Schoolyard To Become Green SpaceAn asphalt schoolyard at the Alexander Adaire School in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia, is being transformed into a green space.
At Valley Forge Park, A Celebration For George Washington On Presidents DayToday would have been Washington's 285th birthday.
Fairmount Waterworks Opens Mussel Exhibit Along River TrailThe Fairmount Water Works is hatching a plan to help clean the water we drink every day, with a Mussels Hatchery.
One Final Fling For LOVE Statue At Dilworth ParkA hearty send-off for an iconic pop-art sculpture on Valentine's Day.
Anti-Immigration Posters Found On Penn State Main CampusOn the Penn State campus, someone was attaching unsigned anti-immigration posters to bulletin boards that university officials have denounced, and promptly removed.
Delaware River Waterfront Starts Recreational Fund In Honor Of Late BoardmemberIn memory of the passing of a board member, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation is committing funds to support outdoor recreational opportunities for young people.
Penn Vet Possibly Hobbled By New State BudgetWhile state-owned universities would get a slight increase, funding for the University of Pennsylvania's veterinary school would be eliminated.
A Snowy Test For New 'SEPTA Key' SystemOn a snowy day for commuting, SEPTA expanded its key fare system.
DeVos 'Unqualified And Unfit' Says Philadelphia Federation Of TeachersThe Philadelphia Federation of Teachers came out strongly against President Trump's pick for Secretary of Education.
Expert Testifies In Damages Phase Of Salvation Army Collapse CaseAn expert witness, called by plaintiffs' lawyers in the deadly Salvation Army Thrift Store collapse case, described how one victim suffered for hours in the rubble.
William Penn Charter To Be Subject Of 'Goldbergs' Spin-OffA Jenkintown native making waves in Hollywood by creating and co-writing "the Goldbergs," a popular TV sitcom, is not only hitting on all cylinders, but it's driving a spin-off, also loosely based on his actual upbringing.