The Museum of Archeology and Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania was built in the 19th century. Now, it’s being reimagined for the 21st century.
“Some days working with my dogs was a lot less stressful than it was working with people. Of course, it depended on the day,” says Aliyah Taylor who became a breeder of Azawakhs (as-a-wakhs) while still a Philadelphia Police patrol officer.
Had enough of all that serene winter wonderland decor, the birch trees and reindeer and sleighs? Ready to change it up this year and boogie down?
The Vision for Philadelphia Award Program was held recently at the Union League. The event recognizes and honors individuals who have contributed to making the region better for its residents, businesses and visitors. Our honorees have left an indelible impression and all have strong ties to…
Reava J. Curson was born Nov. 5, 1919, in Aiken, South Carolina. She eventually moved to Philadelphia and joined Zion Hill Baptist Church in 1942. During Curson’s 77 years at Zion Hill, she worked with the Sunday School, Cub Scounts, Boy Scouts and Baptist Training Union. She was also a memb…
The 27th Annual Philly’s Men Are Cookin’ was held on Saturday at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum at 6825 Norwich Ave. in Southwest Philadelphia.
Patrons of Philly’s Finest Barbershop located at 6122 Market St. in West Philadelphia had an opportunity to receive more than a haircut when they visited the shop on Saturday.
Dozens of volunteers gathered at Malcolm X Park on Saturday, and raked leaves, removed trash and provided other necessary services for the bi-annual Love Your Park Day.
Local author Willadine Bain reflected on the injustices her ancestors endured, during her third book signing on Thursday, at the Moody Jones Art Gallery, located at 107 Easton Road in Glenside.
On a recent Saturday morning, Aaron, 8, went with his dad to a playdate in a West Philadelphia playground.
The back screen door always slammed, loud.
Philadelphia Club of Frontiers International held its awards reception and jazz concert at PECO on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019. The Philadelphia group was established in 1942 and is the second oldest club in the international organization. This nonprofit provides volunteer service to children and …
Sun-faded photos hanging on the walls of Malik Divers’ horse stables reflect the nomadic history of his riding club, the Concrete Cowboys.
Tourists in Jerusalem will be able to take a cable car right up to some of the Old City’s key holy sites under controversial plans approved last week.
A Wedding Story
The former Adesola Ajayi and Abdulrahman Elabor were married Sunday, May 5, 2019, at The Waterfall Banquet and Conference Center in Claymont, Delaware. The wedding colors were red, mauve, gold, and cream. BCG Events did all of the wedding décor and floral arrangements. Adesola looked stunnin…
Teachers are the most important in-school influence on student achievement. It’s the teachers who remain intellectually curious and make a difference in a student’s life — both inside and outside the classroom.