Philadelphia, PA - All City of Philadelphia offices are going to be closed as well as City services restricted on Tuesday, January 1, in honor of New Year’s Day.
Philadelphia, PA - This was the 11th year for the Philadelphia Christmas Village at LOVE Park which has officially closed until next Christmas season. Visitors on Monday morning crowded the market to acquire some last minute artisanal items or perhaps sip some wine and hot cocoa.
Philadelphia, PA - The City formally opened the brand-new City Archives and dedicated an interactive new mural provided for the site thru the City’s percentage for Art Program.
Philadelphia, PA - The Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market has a lot more than 40 local artists, designers, and confectionaries providing an exclusive range of gifts along with unique holiday foods in joyfully lit outdoors tents capped with traditional Herrnhut stars. The marketplace is open November 17, 2018, through January 1, 2019.
Philadelphia, PA -The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced that drug overdoses killed more than 70,000 Americans in 2017, a new record. These numbers are staggering and perhaps even overwhelming. To put them into perspective, national overdose deaths are higher than deaths from HIV, car crashes or gun violence at their peaks. Last year’s deaths are equivalent to more than 23 September 11th attacks.
Philadelphia, PA - CO-OP, restaurant, and lounge situated on the corner of 33rd and Chestnut Sts., is making sure college students ace the finals this term featuring a three-course prix-fixe brain food menu available on Monday, December 10 through Thursday, December 20.
Philadelphia, PA - Our nation is grappling with an epidemic and, sadly, Pennsylvania is not immune. Our neighbors are being poisoned at a rate of 43 deaths per 100,000 people – far exceeding the national average of 22 per 100,000 – according to a recent report by the DEA Philadelphia Division and the University of Pittsburgh, for a total of 5,456 deaths last year. That’s just a little less than the equivalent of two September 11th attacks in our state alone.