A combative attorney and about 130 concerned neighbors made for a raucous Zoning Board of Adjustment hearing last week about a proposed methadone clinic at 7900 Frankford Ave.
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.
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.
A staple of the neighborhood, the Port Richmond Leprechauns sports organization will celebrate its 50th anniversary in the coming months.
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.