A Mixed Martial Arts champ is also a Kensington native who learned how to compete while growing up in the neighborhood.
He’s a tough-as-nails, heart-of-gold, 29-year-old professional fighter who was born in Kensington and who swears he owes it all to his family and the City of Brotherly Love.
Artist Jennifer Baker is curating an exhibit about the history of the neighborhood, with an emphasis on residents’ personal experiences.
Cook and Shaker, a full-service restaurant with a bar, will open this month in the former location of Chug-A-Mug bar in Olde Richmond.
An “interactive” fence is part of an initiative to bring new life to East Girard Avenue in Fishtown.
City planners come to Fishtown to ask for neighbors' input on fixing areas of outdated zoning - zoning errors can mean developers put in lots of money and time unnecessarily.
In 2012, the Archbishop Ryan girls soccer team didn’t lose its first game of the season until Nov. 6. It was the Ragdolls’ only blemish of the season, a 1-0 first round state tournament defeat at the hands of Central Bucks West.
You may think you have a great job, but Lansdale resident Tom Burgoyne probably has it better.
As the Jardel Drama theater company prepares for three weekend performances of Anything Goes, director Rachel Hrynczyszyn thinks the cast has the right mix of community theater veterans and newcomers.