La Salle Students Return From Historic Trip To CubaAfter a travel ban that's lasted decades was recently lifted, a group of La Salle University students just got back from a historic, week-long trek to Cuba. Among them, CBSPhilly web editor Gavin Lichtenstein.
Barnes Foundation To Exhibit 21 Of Cézanne's Still Lifes The Barnes Foundation has gathered 21 of Cézanne's still lifes, from its own collection and from museums all over the world, in an exhibit titled "The World Is an Apple."
2nd Suspect In 3-Year-Old's Death ID'd, Police Release Mugshot Of Man ChargedThe Philadelphia Police department has released the mug shot of Douglas Woods, the suspect charged in the Grays Ferry shooting on Friday night that left a 3-year-old dead.
Hear Philly: 24 Hours To Build Something Awesome At CodeDayCoding, programming, and computer analytics don’t seem like very sexy careers. But did you know that developers and programmers are among the highest paid members of the workforce, right out of college?
Hear Philly: Discover America's Flagship At The Seaport MuseumThis ship has a lot of stories to tell. Her name is the SS United States, and she spent the better part of two decades as America's Flagship, breaking speed records across the Atlantic Ocean, and serving as the luxurious temporary home to many famous travelers.
Yinka Shonibare's 'Magic Ladders' At The BarnesThe Barnes Foundation brings British artist Yinka Shonibare and his exhibit, "Magic Ladders,” to Philadelphia for a three month showing, starting with a kickoff party and meet-and-greet with the artist on January 24th.
'Wild Flowers: Paintings And Drawings By Peter Paone'Walk in the door of the Woodmere Art Museum, and right away, the gallery down the hall demands your attention.
Ailyn Pérez At The Kimmel CenterAward-winning soprano Ailyn Pérez has strong ties to Philadelphia. Now, she's returning to the city on Tuesday, December 17th.