Joshua Santiago is raising awareness about homelessness in Philadelphia and beyond as he builds an initiative that would allow him to travel throughout the country with an RV mobile barbershop.
American Airlines made an official announcement of the first nonstop flight from Philadelphia to Mexico City during a networking event at the Consulate of Mexico in Center City on July 2.
Casa de Venezuela and city political representatives commemorated Venezuelan independence — while hoping for a second revolution.
Philadelphia’s branch of the Occupy ICE movement, which is also focusing on ending the PARS agreement and shutting down Berks County Residential Center, will gather and organize participants at the Friends Center in Center City on July 10.
The Pennsylvania SPCA is asking for the public’s help in gathering any information about an injured dog, who was found on June 20.
Designing innovative Mediterranean menus, Chef Aparicio delights customers with decades of cooking experience.
The online resource outlines current federal policy and what steps Philadelphians can take to voice their opposition to the Trump administration’s current immigration policy.
Nelson A. Díaz’s autobiography, which details his groundbreaking career as a White House attorney and public advocate for the Latino community, will be released in October.
The City of Philadelphia will feature the Round of 16 Uruguay v. Portugal match on June 30 and anticipates the start of the International Unity Cup in August.
Project NorthStar, una conferencia tecnológica organizada por Black & Brown Founders en colaboración con la ciudad, que tendrá lugar en octubre, pretende destacar y potenciar el trabajo de los emprendedores latinos y negros.
Project Northstar, a tech conference organized by Black & Brown Founders in partnership with the city to take place this October, seeks to highlight and amplify the work of Black and Latinx entrepreneurs.
Check out the bars with the best reputations for showing soccer matches, offering happy hours, game specials and the best viewing options for international fans.
For 15 years, the Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians has helped immigrants integrate into the labor market in Philadelphia so they can contribute to the economic growth in the region.
Hace 15 años, el “Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians” ayuda a inmigrantes a integrarse en el mercado laboral de Filadelfia para que contribuyan con el crecimiento económico de la región.
Cuando Mike Yakusu llegó a Ciudad del Cabo, en Sudáfrica, hace casi dos años, este inmigrante nacido en el Congo, un país siempre en guerra, apenas llevaba algo más que ropa en su mochila.
When Mike Yakusu arrived in Cape Town, South Africa, nearly two decades ago, this immigrant born in the perennially war-ravaged Congo didn’t have much more than the clothes on his back.
In Alfredo Corchado’s latest work, "Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration," the author traces the Mexican-American migration story through his own experience and that of three friends he first met in Philadelphia 30 years ago.
La participación electoral en las primarias de Filadelfia podría definirse como “lamentable”. No votar boicotea las oportunidades de progreso.
Across Philadelphia—the city that revels in its history as the Birthplace of Democracy in America—only 16.74 percent of eligible voters showed up at the polls during the 2018 primary election.
En febrero de 2001, el exconcejal Ángel Ortiz, el primer latino en servir en el Concejo de FIladelfia, publicó un perspicaz informe que detallaba la fuerte discriminación en los sectores público y privado hacia las minorías raciales y las mujeres.
Former Philadelphia City Councilman Angel Ortiz, the first Latino to serve on that legislative body, released a perceptive report in February 2001 that detailed deep discrimination in this city’s public and private sectors that deliberately disadvantaged racial minorities and women.
AL DÍA News spoke with Nisha Garigarn, co-founder of Croissant, an app that provides entrepreneurs with access to different and inspiring workspaces in cities around the world, from Barcelona to Philadelphia.
Exactamente, por el infame incidente del Starbucks, el precio a pagar por el gobierno y la gente de la ciudad es de 200.002 dólares.
What is the price of prejudice in Philadelphia? For the infamous Starbucks incident, that price is $200,000, all payable by the City (and therefore the taxpayers).
Rep. Brendan Boyle, a Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania's 2nd District in U.S. Congress, spoke with AL DÍA News about his re-election campaign.