— JEVS celebrates its 70th anniversary by continuing to help refugees find employment in the United States.
Found Object Puppet Improv hits the Walking Fish Theatre this weekend, and it’s quite a unique show.
Nutrition initiatives aiming to provide more accessible and affordable healthy food have popped up all over the River Wards. Star takes a look at five of them to find out what might help create a fitter Philly.
To prepare for the role, the Frankford native had to learn a Boston accent, brush up on streetwise lingo and get a Snooki-style hairdo.
— The trip is from one Irish pub in Philadelphia to another in Atlantic City.
Students enrolled in the after-school music program Rock to the Future learn music and study skills. Plus, they perform at cool venues. Star has the scoop.
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 Women’s Community Revitalization Project will use the funds to provide supportive services for its tenants, one of whom said the community development group is anything but a lax landlord.