At one time, Philadelphia had at least nine different open-air streams that flowed into the Delaware River between the Pennypack Creek and the Schuylkill River.
I have long thought that the music was the best part of 1984’s Footloose. Who can forget Kenny Loggins’ toe-tapping, finger-snapping title-track hit song and Deniece Williams’ boogie-worthy Let’s Hear It for the Boy?
For two decades, the radio show ‘World Cafe’ has maintained the beat for music lovers. Later this month, an impressive lineup of artists will perform during a big anniversary bash.
I Don’t Know How She Does It often feels more like an extended Sex and the City episode than a movie.
Fairmount's Team Paper Crane is training to take on the 26.2 mile course of the Boston Marathon for next month’s Jimmy Fund Walk.
This new Francisville cafe and bar wants to be a focal point in the resurgent neighborhood.
Crescentville native Del Ennis passed away 15 years ago. But his legacy lives on for Phillies fans who followed the team in the 1950s.
A Mayfair man’s plans to put an indoor softball and baseball training facility into a McNulty Road warehouse got the city Zoning Board of Adjustment’s approval in July.
Cardinal Justin Rigali probably deserved better. He was just overwhelmed by a devil of a difficult time, a prelate lacking the power to change either perception or the course of things, and his resignation as archbishop is an appropriate response.