Dance has become quite avant-garde over the years, but Pam Hetherington and Kat Richter are building their upcoming Philly Fringe performance around a classic style.
Kensington’s Richie Antipuna is vocal when it comes to the community. He wants to take his voice to City Hall, but is a long way off.
A staple of the neighborhood, the Port Richmond Leprechauns sports organization will celebrate its 50th anniversary in the coming months.
Torresdale native Adrian “A.J.” D’Angelo has worked in a bunch of different fields over the years — retails sales and management, insurance and investment sales and Web site design and instruction.
During troubled times, Elizabeth Lane had put family first. Now two scholarships and a lot of support are helping her reach a dream for her own future.
Citing an increasingly sterile and uninviting environment, some Old City artists are looking to Frankford Avenue for a new First Friday stomping ground.
Fed up with drug users, one Port Richmond resident decided to send a clear message to heroin addicts getting high in front of his home.
Those who dream of bringing the Athletics back to Philly will get a brief glimpse of that vision when the Phillies face the Oakland A's at Citizens Bank Park this weekend.
John Featherman last week conceded the Republican mayoral primary to Karen Brown.