Tras prestar su servicio militar en Irak, Sylvester Mobley regresó a su Filadelfia natal con algo en mente: mejorar su comunidad instruyendo a niños de barrios desfavorecidos para convertirlos en expertos en codificación.
Acclaimed "Golden Age" Mexican actress Dolores del Río is honored today in a floral Google Doodle as gorgeous as she was. A society heiress, a mistress to Orson Welles, a victim of McCarthyism, a spokeswoman for UNICEF, and a beauty that reportedly slept "sixteen hours a day" to keep her youthful looks, here's a look at the life of Dolores.
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After a tour of duty in Iraq, Sylvester Mobley came back home to Philadelphia with an idea: To improve his community by helping inner-city youth become master coders.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Pop Up Gardens will showcase a new look for its very popular PHS location on South Street.
The Philadelphia local school community gathered together yesterday in support of Benjamin Franklin High School student Brian Burney.
Tras mucho tiempo trabajando en el mundo corporativo, Charlie García se dedica ahora a apoyar a los latinos y latinas que quieren llegar a posiciones de poder en el mundo de negocios.
As the CEO of ALPFA, Charlie Garcia focuses on developing a new way to advance and promote the work of Latino and Latina professionals in business.
Through their Comcast Cares Days event, Comcast tries to showcase its year round commitment to service.
Former Temple University president Peter Liacouras died Thursday at the age of 85.
Como parte de Philly Block Project, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center y el artista conceptual Hank Willis Thomas estrenarán “Archive Collective: South Kensington 19122”.
As part of the Philly Block Project, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas will unveil “Archive Collective: South Kensington 19122.”
Today, Mayor Jim Kenney announced the creation of a new office focusing on opening city data to the public and updating the government website.
The Ballad of Trayvon Martin will premiere Thursday, May 12 at the Freedom Theatre
This Wednesday Philadelphia Works, in collaboration with The Workplace, will launch a new job training program for long term unemployed residents of Philadelphia.
Councilman David Oh continues his meetings around town concerning the heroin and opiod crisis.
This story has been updated. On Friday, members of North Philadelphia gathered together at the New Vision United Methodist Church to discuss the ongoing issue of “stop and frisk."
El alcalde Kenney anunció que el programa Indego para compartir bicicletas será actualizado.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney announced yesterday that major updates are coming to the Indego Bike Share program.
At a forum hosted by Mothers of the Movement yeserday, Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton stated that she is supportive of Mayor Kenney's soda tax
SEPTA was one of seven agencies chosen to receive part of the $22.5 million grant offered by the Federal Transit Administration as part of their Low or No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Program.
El Diario/La Prensa fue, por muchos años, uno de los periódicos estadounidenses en español que más orgullo inspiraba en la comunidad latina. Ahora es noticia por haber perdido su rumbo, y por haber despedido a la mayoría de sus reporteros y editores.
El Diario La Prensa was once a proud newspaper to be a part of, but with the constant urge to stay relevant in today's time the paper has been hit with a number of layoffs and may soon be gone for good.
“Siempre he dicho que soy el presidente. En declaraciones públicas...con mis compañeros comisionados, etc. Me parece que hoy sigo siéndolo porque en cuestiones legales, el gobernador no tenía el poder de sustituirme”, dijo Bill Green en conferencia de prensa.
Bill Green announced earlier today that he is suing Governor Tom Wolf in an effort to get back his post as Chairman of the School Reform Commission.
La muestra, compuesta por 17 piezas diferentes, estará en exhibición en 3rd Street Gallery, localizada en Old City, hasta el primero de mayo.
Philly-based Chilean artist Jacqueline Unanue immersed herself in Chilean music to creater her latest exhibition of work.