With a gourmet pizzeria, small music venue and restaurant on the menu, a recent zoning meeting showcased Fishtown’s rising reputation as a dining and nightlife hot spot.
Students and teachers from Lutheran Settlement House's adult education program met last week in Fishtown to discuss other options after cuts in state funding nixed classes there.
Citing an increasingly sterile and uninviting environment, some Old City artists are looking to Frankford Avenue for a new First Friday stomping ground.
Seeking refuge from a 2nd Street food truck ban, several vendors have taken root at 2nd and Poplar streets, where an outdoor space welcomes customers.
Harrisburg’s recently passed budget made steep cuts in education spending. At Lutheran Settlement in Fishtown, that means no classes for hundreds of adults looking for a leg up.
Philly native Sean Murphy, who was drafted by the Oakland A’s last year, is now starting in Class A action.
Like many people who grew up in a Mayfair row home with a small back yard, Kathryn Ott Lovell looked elsewhere for recreation.
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.