As the father of a newborn, you wouldn’t imagine that Sean McCloud would have much of a social life but since the quarantine began he’s been attending about four virtual social events a week. McCloud belongs to the Black Bourbon Society (BBS) and has attended quite a few of their weekly virt…
A Philadelphia mobile advertising company is taking the wheel and steering a community into the spirit of kindness by bringing a sense of “togetherness during the pandemic” we are currently facing across the country.
While the coronavirus pandemic has affected school children around the globe, high school seniors have especially been negatively impacted.
This is not the summer we had hoped or planned for.
Think back to your amusement park adventures in those heady days before the coronavirus pandemic.
Congolese designer, Anifa Mvuemba, gave a preview of what catwalks might look like in a post-pandemic world with a collection using virtual models.
You’ve always taken care of those you love.
BRUSSELS — Museums are starting to reopen in some countries as governments ease coronavirus restrictions, but experts warn one in eight worldwide could face permanent closure due to the pandemic.
ATHENS, Greece — Greece’s long-awaited tourist season will begin on June 15 with the opening of seasonal hotels, while international flights will begin flying directly to tourist destinations gradually as of July 1, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced last week.
MINNEAPOLIS — Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar's metamorphosis from refugee to the first Somali-American in Congress has been well-documented. Now, Omar is out with a new memoir that offers her own spin on her path to prominence, starting with her childhood in Mogadishu. "This is What America Look…
Pennsylvania’s primary election has been pushed back to June 2 this year because of the pandemic, but the number of places where Philadelphians can cast their ballot has shrunk significantly, by nearly 80%.
Whether you like cooking, love it or are indifferent to the task, most of us can agree that washing a lot of pots and pans after dinner is a drag. Wouldn’t it instead be easier if there were really only one? One skillet or one Dutch oven, one sheet pan, one pot? Wouldn’t that be great? Imagi…
Among Mayor Jim Kenney’s most recent budget is a $4 million cut to the city’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy.
Pennsylvanians can now order cocktails to-go legally thanks to a bill signed Thursday afternoon by Gov. Tom Wolf.
Have you ignored your Netflix account since the first season of "House of Cards"? Well, you might want to stream something soon, or you could lose your subscription.
So, what did you do last Monday? The “pomp and circumstance” associated with this day means that it is prominently marked on most calendars. However, you may not have realized until the last minute that last Monday was Memorial Day.
The Lov'n My Curves runway show featured local plus size designers, boutique collections and National Plus Size retailers. Curvy ladies and Big & Tall gentlemen strutted their stuff down the catwalk wearing designs from Motiff, Proud Muslimah, Mylk and Honey Clothier and more. The show a…
A Wedding Story
Mackenzie Mercedes Muscat and Mario M. Benoit were married Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, at the Falls Manor Catering and Special Events in Bristol, Pennsylvania. Rev. Williams Fishman and Rev. Philip Sciscione were the officiants. Red was the wedding color. The flowers, which were white and red,…
Offering an experience that expands students’ interest in music, challenge them in academics and prepare them for their future is what students find most appealing about the Girard Academic Music Program (GAMP).
The annual Philadelphia UNCF Mayor’s Masked Ball has been one of Philadelphia’s signature events and biggest fundraisers helping to provide college scholarships. Nationally, the UNCF (United Negro College Fund) actively supports 37 private historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs)…