The Made in America dust-up that embroiled hip-hop mogul Jay-Z mounted in a public relations war against the Kenney administration was about much more than the festival being held on the Ben Franklin Parkway. It was about the ongoing fights that are driven by gentrification, race, and class. In communities across the city and the nation, black residents […]

NFL Football fans the world over will be focused on Philadelphia this week and weekend for the NFL Draft, taking place Thursday, April 27th through Saturday, April 29th in a special 3000 seat open air pavilion constructed right in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Officials expect some 200,000 visitors to converge on the city […]

Maybe you’ve experienced New York’s “High Line” Park, a 1.45-mile-long linear park traveling through parts of lower Manhattan built using abandoned New York Central elevated railways. The tracks were removed, grass and flowers planted and new walkways were created on the old elevated line threading between buildings in Lower Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. Philadelphia will soon have something […]

July 4th Weather Philadelphia: 79°, clouds, some sun, but a better chance of scattered showers as the day progresses Tonight: Cloudy and cool with a low of 61 NJ Shore: 75°, mostly cloudy and a chance showers DE Beaches: 76°, mostly cloudy and a chance showers Caution: If you are at the Shore, there is […]

Weather: Today: Sun mixing with some clouds, going up to a pleasant 89! News you can use… Home Depot Security Breach! First it was Target, then P.F. Chang’s and now it’s Home Depot facing another big data breach. The retailer is currently working with security to verify if hackers were able to access customer’s credit […]