Noted Philadelphia philanthropist Gerry Lenfest, who once served on US Navy destroyers in the Korean War, says it’s almost hard to believe, in this city of firsts, that we don’t have an official Veterans’ Day parade.
A spokeswoman says Washington’s letter restating his now-famous famous words, “to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance,” underscored his committment to freedom.
Despite the frigid weather conditions, about 75 people, led by Union cavalry reënactors, marched from Broad Street to Independence Hall.
The Democratic convention has been held here twice previously, and the Republican convention six times.
The Democratic National Committee has chosen Philadelphia as the city to host its presidential nominating convention, to be held the week of July 25th, 2016.
What better place to celebrate Presidents’ Day than in Philadelphia, the birthplace of the nation?
Betsy Ross would have been 263 years old on New Year’s Day.
The outline for AP high school history has been rewritten, a change being widely applauded by teachers and college professors.
The Moonstone Arts Center is hosting a festival of events that tells the rich history of the Underground Railroad in Philadelphia.
The tree was dedicated to the founding father of the museum, philanthropist Gerry Lenfest (at left in photo).
Want to avoid traffic and crowds this holiday weekend, but still get into the great outdoors? Here’s an ideal getaway just minutes from home.
A 2011 earthquake along the East Coast caused extensive damage to the Washington Monument. Now, an Abington company is helping to preserve the tourist attraction.
Dozens of volunteers and professional archeologists have been working side by side in Haddonfield, NJ, to uncover pieces of history from more than two centuries ago.
About 8,000 members of the National Association of Letter Carriers are in Philadelphia, many with family members.
If you have a family connection to World War I and are vacationing in Paris this summer, may I suggest a stop at the French Museum of the Army.