There are some great spots to booze and hang out in University City—whether you want to mingle with the co-eds or avoid them altogether.
From vacant lot to…dirt factory? It might not seem like much of an improvement, but the University City District is in the process of transforming a vacant lot at 4308 Market Street into just that.
Ethiopian restaurants seem to have one overarching attitude that is exuded throughout multiple locations: friendliness. So bring a crowd, order some delicious dishes to share and enjoy this unique experience.
The Ducky Birts Foundation will hold its 6th Annual Medallion Scholarship banquet at First District Plaza in University City this evening.
“Found Memories” by Brazilian director Julia Murat will be shown on April 13th at 7 p.m. at the International House in University City.
Philadelphia police officers were forced to open fire on a suspect while chasing him early Thursday morning.
“I’m John Adams and I’m Damien Pileggi from Rival Brothers Coffee Roasters, and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
Philadelphia police are investigating a Monday night shooting in University City that left two people dead.
If you are into costume parties, Distrito is holding one that has nothing to do with Halloween.
A West Philadelphia high school is finding creative ways to raise funds to keep its award winning athletic programs afloat.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and one of many events during the month is a dinner on Tuesday, October 25th, at Daniel Stern’s MidAtlantic Restaurant, in University City.
The Nutter administration will extend an earlier curfew in targeted areas for another two weeks, declaring the tool has been effective in preventing violent incidents.
Several community groups have been texting and tweeting, attempting to get the word out about the protest, Saturday at 8:30 PM, that begins with a rally at Broad and South Streets.
At 9 p.m. Friday, community members joined city leaders, determined to walk the walk in their fight against flash mobs.
Part of the new strategy to curb violent flash mobs, City Hall is enlisting the help of hip-hop artists to deliver a strong message.