Here are the Philly movie theaters accepting the new $10 all-you-can-watch MoviePass subscription
Since its inception in 2011, MoviePass has been a sortof equivalent to streaming subscription services like Spotify or Netflix, only in this case MoviePass got you into an (almost) unlimited number of movies in the theater every month.
'Philly is Charlottesville' march and rally draws sprawling crowd to Center City
The "Philly is Charlottesville March and Rally" held in response to a violent weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia drew large crowds and attention in Center City in Philadelphia on Wednesday.
Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to ban guns at public demonstrations
In wake of the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, one Pennsylvania lawmaker is proposing legislation that he says would make public demonstrations safer.
In a high-tech world, composite sketches still helping police put a face on crime
Police turn to a decades-old tool when current technology offers them few leads.
Fashion District Philadelphia forms new identity at old Gallery site
The long-awaited renovation of The Gallery on East Market Street, spearheaded by developers PREIT and Macerich, will no longer be known as the Fashion Outlets of Philadelphia.
With $10 million grant, Philly airport makes dent in 15-year expansion project
The ongoing expansions to the Philadelphia International Airport received a big boost Thursday after receiving a $10.8 million grant from the Department of Transportation.
After 'Philly is Charlottesville,' BLM holds protest of its own – at Rizzo statue
Together, they pushed.
America's first circus school opens its Philly doors next month
In fewer than three weeks, Philadelphia will be home to another first in American history courtesy of a sprawling three-acre campus formerly known to its Mount Airy neighbors as St. Madeline Sophie Roman Catholic Church and School.
Philly activist: Secret Service agents asked my neighbors if I'm a threat to Trump
Melissa Byrne got to add a new descriptor to her Twitter profile this week.
'Black power' spray-painted on Frank Rizzo statue amid calls for removal, swiftly scrubbed overnight
The phrase "black power" was found spray-painted on a statue of former Philadelphia mayor and controversial figure Frank Rizzo late Thursday and was swiftly removed overnight, with the only remaining trace being the puddles of water surrounding it before Friday morning's rain is expected to soak the area.
No, it's not even safe to look at the eclipse through Transitions® lenses
As all of you probably know by now, a solar eclipse will give Americans who look skyward a rare treat today.