A lawsuit saying Rite Aid charges too much for drug records came back to life when the Superior Court said pharmacy customers should be regarded as medical patients.
A study revealed that the city with the most lost cell phones was Philadelphia and the most common place to lose a phone was a coffee shop. With 9 million lost phones last year, the study projected that consumers could lose $30 billion worth of phones in 2012.
The Great Chefs Event is coming back, and in an effort to raise money for two local charities, the live auction will allow guests to bid on James Beard Award-winning chefs working their kitchen magic in the homes of the highest bidders.
Reading Terminal Market has announced the first ever Philly Farm & Food Fest, making us wonder what we could do with all of our new farming skills in the big city.
Fortunately, or unfortunately for you pervs out there, this story is completely safe for work. It’s about a man winning a title for his nailing skills, but not like that.
Starting last July, six restaurants in Terminal A experimented with diverting biodegradables into compost bins. The result: Lots of compost, and no harm to business.
Out of 16 James Beard Award semifinalists from our fine city of Philadelphia, only Vetri and Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery were named finalists.
As every elementary school student is required to learn, Springsteen’s lyrics were indispensable in forming our entire system of representative democracy.
From St. Patricks Day to Pi Day to March Madness there was admittedly a lot going this week. But, that doesn’t keep the crazy, exciting news from happening, too.
Celebrity chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain went and told everyone at SXSW that “Philadelphia is an example of a city we’ve neglected” and that the lack of a specific angle is what is keeping him from doing a show here. Well, we’re here to help.