Directed by a Northern Liberties woman, WAMB (wind at my back), is just one of the many performances showcased in this year's Philly Fringe performing arts festival. WAMB shows again this weekend.
"There's always butterflies. It's an exciting time. I guess the day you don't get excited, it's telling you something." — Washington head coach Ron Cohen on his nerves before season-opening games.
Don Brennan, long-time executive editor of the News Gleaner, remembers Ed Kelly's passion and persistence when he was pushing one of his projects. A funeral Mass was held today for Kelly, a major contributor to life in Northeast Philly.
This weekend, Keita Crespina will be rewarding the Hall of Fame efforts of the members of his Philadelphia Football Skills Academy (PFSA) with a Hall of Fame gift.
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.
— Fox Chase Cancer Center will keep its name and plans to expand its services.
— Award-winning English teacher Frank Stepnowski relies on humor and honesty to tell his tale of America's education system.
— GW's Frank McFillin has had plenty of football success, but his unusually large family keeps him grounded.
— Officer Robert S. Hayes was honored with a mural and a plaque. His family and former partner joined in the ceremony.