Philly native Sean Murphy, who was drafted by the Oakland A’s last year, is now starting in Class A action.
Residents in East Kensington are once again fighting to save Emerald Street Park, which has been targeted for development several times in recent years.
Everything pizza: Brian Dwyer thinks his collection of pizza related stuff might be the world's largest. He hopes to make the items part of Pizza Brain, a restaurant and pizza museum he plans to open on Frankford Avenue.
In person, Samira Long, 12, is something of a shy, quiet kid.
The far out Philly folk of Fursaxa will follow British folk artist Sharon Kraus at Highwire Gallery in Fishtown this Friday.
With the expansion of Interstate 95 underway, PennDOT is looking for suggestions when it comes to sound barriers in Fishtown and Port Richmond.
Last week, a City Council committee OK’d a bill that would alter zoning and make the 34,000-square-foot music venue possible, with plans to vote Thursday, June 16, on the bill.
Now open to just about anyone, the Farm to Families program makes picking up a weekly box of fresh, locally produced food easy and affordable.
For its final production of the season, the Walnut Street Theatre is presenting a musical that was a hit in London and then on Broadway. Miss Saigon premiered in London in 1989 and ran for 10 years. When it opened on Broadway in 1991, it racked up 11 Tony nominations.