Becoming a docent at the Museum of American Jewish History requires more than a quick crash course. It’s clear to museum visitors that Laurie Gottlieb has passed the test.
State Reps. Kevin and Brendan Boyle want to deny pensions for government employees convicted of sex crimes.
The Philadelphia Horticultural Society created three Pop-Up Gardens around the city to offer respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Inside the Museum of American Jewish History, Laurie Gottlieb stood in front of an unusual display — a full-scale covered wagon.
I love driving on I-95 through Northeast Philly. Nothing is so relaxing as casually glancing at your mirror and being freaked by the massive headlights of a screaming 16-wheeler that’s six inches off your bumper, pushing you to do 70, 75, and then the trucker mercifully blows right by you, the back of his trailer tagged with one of those signs that ask, “How’s My Driving?”
Astronaut Chris Ferguson, the pride of Northeast Philly, is ready to take the Atlantis on the final flight of the nation’s space shuttle program.
The pride of the Far Northeast, Chris Ferguson, is going back into space on Friday, and folks everywhere, from his hometown in Northeast Philly to Walla Walla, Wash., should wish commander Ferguson and his co-astronauts well on their 12-day mission in the great blue yonder.
Lansdale resident Jordan White always knew he wanted to be a professional musician. Now he’s living his dream.
Chris Ferguson, a graduate of St. Martha Grammar School and Archbishop Ryan High School, will serve as commander of NASA’s final space shuttle mission.