Travel back to the ’20s with Glen Foerd’s elaborate and lavish period party called Jazz Age on the Delaware.
Philadelphia’s political and administrative leaders may have difficulty finding the Northeast from time to time, but the head of one of the world’s largest and oldest religious institutions is planning to visit here in September.
In an effort to provide Philadelphia youths with safe alternatives to the streets this summer, the Philadelphia Police Department and Police Athletic League of Philadelphia are extending Friday hours at 15 PAL centers and will open the centers on Saturdays throughout the summer.
A viewing will be held later this week for Chuck Newns, who organized the popular quarterly Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association meetings at Randi’s Restaurant & Bar.
Andy Thomas is the newly elected president of the Local 22 firefighter’s union.
Lawncrest celebrated the Fourth of July on Saturday.
Cutbacks by the archdiocese have left a void in Frankford. There are no Catholic churches open in the neighborhood.
A NewCourtland Living Independently for Elders Center will open at Roosevelt Plaza, at Harbison Avenue and Roosevelt Boulevard.
Rev your engines: The Veterans Home at Roosevelt Boulevard and Southampton Road held a car show for residents on Saturday, June 20. Attendees toured approximately 12 vintage cars that were on display. MARIA S. YOUNG / TIMES PHOTOS