The budding Spring Arts District looks primed to become a serious beer destination. Joining Love City Brewing, Roy-Pitz Barrel House and Yards will be Triple Bottom Brewing, which has found a home at 915 Spring Garden St. in a former Reading Railroad building. What sets the newcomer apart is a focus on a “triple bottom line” that measures impact on “beer, people and the planet.” In partnership with Project HOME and PowerCorps PHL, some of the staff positions will go to people who have faced barriers to employment. The effort goes beyond just getting folks on the payroll; it extends to every facet of the business.
A pair of teen boys were stabbed in a bloody fight that broke out in Eighth Street Station Wednesday afternoon. Violence happens too often in this city, but this incident was notable because it happened right in the center of everything, in broad daylight, with plenty of SEPTA cops and employees around. Witnesses were seriously freaked out. "It's something that shouldn't be happening in the center of the city," one person told NBC10, "because I look at this as being a safe haven." Authorities are still looking for suspects. After being in critical condition, the boys have been upgraded to stable, per 6ABC.
Many scenes in Avengers: Infinity War, the new Marvel blockbuster that starts showing tonight and officially gets released tomorrow, are shaped like a walks-into-the-bar jokes — except, of course, the fate of the universe is the punchline. This is one of the most anticipated comic flicks of the decade, if not the century (hey, the century is young). So after catching a preview, we asked Philly nerds to weigh in. Will this movie measure up to their expectations? Here's what they said (no spoilers).
Rep. Lou Barletta, a hard-nosed Republican who championed Trump's approach to immigration law, is running to unseat Sen. Bob Casey. In a recent fundraiser email, Barletta tried to link his opponent to billionaire hedge fund manager Tom Steyer, saying they were allies in the fight to “eliminate our borders.” Does his claim about Casey, a moderate Democrat, have any teeth? We put it to the PolitiFact PA test.
The eighth annual Philly Tech Week starts with an outdoor bazaar featuring the best in locally built video games and apps. Grab a bite to eat or a drink from the shops in the plaza and play with some locally built tech.
Where: The Schmidt's Commons at 1001 N. 2nd St., 19123
When: April 27, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
How much: Free