Chris returns from vacation. Collin Hanna and Michael Bronstein go head to head on this weeks edition of the morning matchup. Chris champions Tom Corbett for finally standing firm on the budget. Chris also talks immigration and the closings of multiple Atlantic City casinos.
And he says the city will try to make next year’s “Welcome America” concert a bit more G-rated.
A Philadelphia author’s book, to be released next week, provides a history of the road in pictures.
City officials tell concertgoers to dress appropriately for the heat, carry items in a clear bag if possible, and leave the coolers at home.
Today at noon, Wawa will be giving out FIVE TONS of hoagies in honor of Wawa Welcome America Hoagie Day to “celebrate life, liberty and the pursuit of deliciousness.”
The Independence Week festival wrapped up Sunday afternoon with a few final performances and activities at Penn’s Landing.
Learn more about Welcome American events.
Mayor Nutter was highlighting the economic benefit of the weeklong celebration for America’s 237th birthday.
The violence has people who live on the Parkway concerned about the upcoming Jay-Z, Pearl Jam Concert Series that is sure to bring thousands back to Center City.
Mayor Michael Nutter expressed his frustration at a City Hall news conference on Thursday over the gun violence that continues to plague Philadelphia, including a shooting during the city’s Fourth of July celebration.
Some of the events have been announced for this year’s “Welcome America” celebration, during the days surrounding America’s birthday on July 4th.
“There’s no reason why they can’t do it at 9, when it gets dark,” says one woman we spoke with.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Front and Spruce streets has been vandalized many times in the past. The latest act of destruction happened on one of the busiest weekends of the summer.
The Taste of Philadelphia is back in full effect at Penn’s Landing this weekend featuring big name artists such as Aaron Neville and Gerald Vesley.
Philadelphia is once again getting ready to “Welcome America” for the annual 4th of July celebration. In keeping with tradition, most of the activity will revolve around Penn’s Landing and Independence Mall.