Philadelphia, PA - Calling it an important step forward for public health, Mayor Jim Kenney signed legislation today requiring chain restaurants to place warning labels next to each menu item containing 2,300 or more milligrams of sodium – the amount in about a teaspoon of salt – which is the maximum recommended total sodium intake for an entire day.
Philadelphia, PA - Center City District (CCD) is pleased to present the activation of the first phase of Pulse, a site-specific work of public art created for Dilworth Park by internationally renowned artist Janet Echelman, who reshapes urban airspace with a monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight.
Philadelphia, PA - 10th annual Philly Naked Bike Ride will kick off with NAKED with the Naked Grouse team riding throughout Philadelphia. The Naked Grouse team will be cycling with Philly Naked Bike Ride; then followed by throwing a clothing-optional #LIVENAKED Costume award at the after party inside the Warehouse on Watts (WOW).
Philadelphia, PA - When Philadelphia honors Hispanic Heritage Month, the city starts early. The national celebration, officially September 15 through October 15, begins a week early in Philly with Penn’s Landing’s Brazilian Day Philadelphia festival.
Philadelphia, PA - The Animal Care and Control Team of Philadelphia (ACCT Philly) Board of Directors announced Susan Russell as the new Executive Director for the City’s animal shelter. Russell will begin her new role on October 22, 2018.
Philadelphia, PA - Old City District presents the return of Old City Fest on Sunday, October 7, 2018, from 11:00am to 6:00pm, at Third and Arch Streets in Historic Philadelphia. Old City Fest is a celebration of art and design, fashion and food, creativity and culture on the streets of America’s most historic square mile— Old City, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, PA - Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today announced he will conduct a performance audit of Temple University.I want to make sure that middle-class Pennsylvania families can afford to send their kids to college,“I want to make sure that middle-class Pennsylvania families can afford to send their kids to college,” DePasquale said. “Temple, and other state-related universities, receive hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer funds each year to help make college affordable.