South 9th Street Italian Market Festival Returns To Philadelphia After 2 Year Hiatus Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe gathering stretches over seven blocks with plenty of food, live music, and vendors.
Philadelphia Helping Kids Beat Heat By Opening 56 Spraygrounds EarlyAll city spraygrounds will open on May 28 and will be turned on seven days a week with exceptions for inclement weather.
Philadelphia's Parks On Tap Returns To Fairmount Water Works For SummerParks on Tap runs through Aug. 31. And for fans of the original traveling format, Parks on Tap will travel again in September, highlighting five different Philadelphia parks.
Phillies’ Bryce Harper Asks For Fan’s Hat, Trades His OwnHere's a pretty cool hat trick from NL MVP Bryce Harper.
ACCT Philly Searching For Volunteers To Join Itty Bitty Kitty Committee To Bottle-Feed Newborn Kittens OvernightThe shelter says the Itty Bitty Kitty Committee would be a team of on-call volunteers that will increase the "options to save bottle feeder kittens each day."
Grammy Winner Taylor Swift Receives Honorary Doctorate Of Fine Arts Degree From New York UniversityGammy winner, and Berks County native, Taylor Swift can add "doctor" to the front of her name.
“School Girls,” Directed By Temple University’s Amina Robinson, Tackles Difficult Topics"School Girls" is playing at the Arden Theatre in Philadelphia through June 5.
Former Giants CB James Bradberry Agrees To Terms On 1-Year Deal With Philadelphia EaglesBradberry fills a much-needed hole in the Eagles' defense as the second starting cornerback alongside Darius Slay. Bradberry had 47 tackles and four interceptions in 17 games last year for the Giants. 
Broadway Series 'Hairspray' Playing At Philadelphia's Kimmel Cultural Campus Through SundayBroadway’s eight-time Tony award winning musical, “Hairspray” is playing at the Kimmel Cultural Campus through Sunday.
Third Round Of Free At-Home COVID-19 Test Kits Now AvailableYou can now order more free at-home COVID-19 test kits.
WATCH: Penn Student Calls For Sixers To Fire Doc Rivers During Graduation CeremonyLeonard Y. Chen, the Penn student who flashed "Fire Doc Rivers" on his phone during his graduation ceremony, said he didn't expect the clip to go viral.