Summer officially started at 1:16 Tuesday afternoon. For the average working stiff in Philadelphia — you know, the guy who pays the bloated salaries of the 17 members of City Council — he’s looking forward to a summer vacation of a week at The Shore, two weeks, if he’s lucky.
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Jack Hanratty said he constantly catches himself looking up at the sky. Why not? Last month, the sky looked in on him.
‘Close-Up’ gives a good look at local talent in this year’s Philadelphia Independent Film Festival.
It’s the story of a modern family facing a crisis, revolving around a family that is impacted by a mother with bipolar disorder.
It was back in 1972 that the Rev. Paul Andell arrived at St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church, at Castor Avenue and Pratt Street, as a young assistant pastor.
The Cy Young Award is sort of like the Holy Grail when it comes to individual honors for pitchers.
These days Tony McDevitt works as a bond trader in New York City, but the Far Northeast native still comes home every year to teach his local lacrosse camp.
Sentinels Ave Bolli, Francesca Faillace and Kelsey McDonough were selected to represent the Philadelphia Catholic League during this year’s Carpenter Cup.