The largest bar crawl ever officially took place last year in Kansas, drawing 4,885 people. On Saturday, May 3rd, that record is expected to be shattered in Philadelphia during what will likely be the new World’s Largest Bar Crawl.
The gavel came down on a Congressional hearing this morning, but it was in University City, not Capitol Hill, where the House Homeland Security subcommittee on cybersecurity called witnesses to testify on protecting our personal information.
The small green spaces, which are located inside parallel parking spaces at several spots throughout the city, offer Philadelphians temporary places to relax, sit, eat and enjoy the scenery.
Witnesses tell police a dispute inside the bar spilled out onto the street, where police say at least ten shots were fired.
Adjacent to the second busiest train station in the country, The Porch at 30th Street is viewed as one of the most creative and animated public spaces in Philadelphia. It offers everything from great food to a plethora of free entertainment.
Coined as Philadelphia’s next great public space, The Porch at 30th Street Station offers an assortment of events that are free for everyone and accessible to anyone.
It happened around 3 a.m. Sunday at the 7-Eleven at 42nd and Walnuts Streets in University City.
None of this affects the core of center city and University City, where multi-space kiosks are used rather than the old-style meters.
The school district says it will gross $35 million and net $25 million from the sales.
A local university is helping wage the war against cyberattacks on our nation’s infrastructure, as well as on criminals who take aim at your personal information.
This week’s report is all about fun foods!
This week in “What’s Cooking,” KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on two new spots to grab and sandwich and coffee, and an upcoming event for children of all ages.
Santa Claus is coming to Penn Vet, and the public is invited to bring pets to get their pictures taken with him.
A 34-year-old construction worker is hospitalized after falling three stories down an elevator shaft Wednesday afternoon.
It’s an old-school title from the ’70s that has just set a Guinness world record thanks to a Drexel University professor and a University City skyscraper.