Fishtown’s Peter Prusinowski walked from Penn Treaty Park to Bartlesville, Oklahoma to commemorate the trail the Lenni Lenape Indians took.
As City Council nears a deadline to remap district boundaries, residents weigh in at public hearings. Two more are scheduled.
Running isn’t for everyone. But would you be more likely to go the distance if you were promised a cold root beer float at the end?
The days when K & A was a bustling shopping district are long gone, but a handful dedicated entrepreneurs and a local nonprofit see better times ahead.
Edward John Staniszewski, beloved Fishtown shoemaker and owner of Star Shoe Service for more than 60 years, died peacefully on Friday, Aug. 12, at age 88 from complications of a stroke suffered in late March.
A blend of passions is making for an interesting brew in Fishtown.
Two sports fans are putting their heroes on paper with a new comic series called Dugout Phunnies.
Police from the Special Victims Unit have released the sketch of a man wanted in a July 11 rape.
The Kissling family has been making sauerkraut in Philly since before the Great Depression, and still cranks out millions of pounds annually from their Fishtown plant.