Philadelphia, PA - Thanksgiving is a special time where we give thanks for everything and everyone in our lives. But when family and friends who don’t see each other very often gather for the yearly feast and celebration, sometimes things get strange and awkward. How do you shut down those prying questions or handle a rogue guest?
Philadelphia, PA - On November 20-22, 2020, the PennVolunteer to Plant Trees in Philadelphia Regionsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) will work with over 70 of its Tree Tenders groups and community organizations in addition to hundreds of neighborhood volunteers to come together and plant over 1,000 trees in neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia and Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, PA - Society Hill, As you might think the name implies, it's neither an elevation nor the site and badge of social position. It's actually named for the Free Society of Traders to whom William Penn made liberal concessions of land and privileges.
Philadelphia, PA - Philly's history runs deep in diversity, the places listed below represent the achievements and struggles of Philadelphia's African Americans. Visitors to these sites can gain a better understanding of the events and contributions of African-Americans to the City of Brotherly Love.