You might have seen this making the rounds on Facebook. The guy who took the photo tells Billy Penn “He was basically shouting, ‘I am a vehicle, too, and I have a right to be here. I have right to this road.’”
Welcome to this month’s edition of Who’s Next, a feature presented by the Knight Foundation that highlights some of the most dynamic young leaders in Philadelphia.
|What||A Wide Variety of Vendors From The Tri-State Area Featuring Antiques, Collectibles, Vintage Home Furnishings, Antique & Estate Jewelry, Vintage Clothing & Accessories, Furniture, Pottery, Primitives & Much More! Rain Date - Sun, 5/29|
|Where||Schauffele Plaza at 14 E. Lancaster Ave, Ardmore|
|When||May 28, 2016 at 8:00 am to 4:00 pm|
Everything was fine. Fans were reluctantly coming on board with Doug Pederson’s plan to have Sam Bradford start and Carson Wentz sit and learn. And then his coordinators went and blew that to smithereens.
That’s some look, Boss.
Turnout overall for Philadelphians ages 18-to-34 was 29 percent, well below the overall city turnout of 40 percent.
Rendell called Toomey “a man of uncommon decency,” and the Toomey campaign capitalized.
Everyone agrees Philadelphia needs universal pre-K — but how to pay for it has sparked debate.
In a candid commentary, Darrell Clarke said Mayor Jim Kenney’s signature revenue proposal will not fly in its current form.
It’s a rooftop party. There are always drink specials. There’s no cover, despite people telling the DJs there should be.
|What||Bring a blanket and your favorite summer drink for the Pairing on the Parkway event with live music from April Fool Child. Chaddsford Winery will be there, Logan Square Cafe will have a special menu and the Children's Discovery Garden will be open late.|
|Where||Sister Cities Park at 210 N. 18th St. 19103|
|When||May 26, 2016 at 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm|
“Imagine what would happen,” says Tom Corbett’s DEP secretary, “if (I) sent a private email to presidents and CEOs of the top five oil and gas companies and said ‘where are you’ and ‘show up.'”
The taproom next to the Barbary is targeting an October launch — and eventually will become a full working brewery, too.
More Philadelphia police officers are trained every year to use Tasers, but the department decreased its use of the stun guns by more than 60 percent between 2010 and 2015.