Owner names new whiskey bar and restaurant after his wife’s favorite drink.
A buyer is chosen for the Stephen Douglas High School building, an anti-SLAPP bill progresses, and other local news in brief.
An exhibition highlighting the history of Northern Liberties will open at the Philadelphia History Museum this week.
After its upcoming expansion, the casino will give the Penn Treaty Special Services District $1 million per year, all of which will benefit River Wards organizations. Here's a breakdown on where all that money has gone so far.
The co-owner of the Northern Liberties bar withdrew a request for funding from the Penn Treaty Special Services District after neighborhood residents were up in arms about the potential use of the funds.
The veterans’ memorial statue of a World War I “doughboy,” which stands in Madison Memorial Park in NoLibs, currently has no one tending to its needs, like upkeep and cleaning.
With summer around the corner, the Piazza at Schmidt’s will see weekend after weekend of large-scale concerts and festivals, and neighbors are already seeing some messy repercussions. Now, they’re working to implement a new security plan.
Larry Freedman's production company, 2nd Street Productions, began airing a show this month in HD on PBS WHYY.
The vacant Henry F. Ortlieb Brewery buildings in Northern Liberties could be demolished at any time beginning today, but exactly when is unclear. Ortlieb’s is among the last industrial landmarks in the neighborhood. What’s to come after the dust settles?