A starlet’s home, America’s first Bible Society, a 300-year-old bridge that cars still use, and an early Jewish basketball team that now survives in a surprising form.
In an age of tax cuts and budget battles, we should show everyone how easy it is to live on five bucks a day in the low-budget, low-maintenance hollow of Philadelphia.
A new Electricity Price Ticker tracks the real time wholesale electricity price for the PECO area. You can waste a lot of power learning how much power you’re wasting.
It’s time again to take your service dog to U Penn’s School of Veterinary Medicine for his annual visit with an ophthalmologist. Wow. Has it really been a year already?
So here you are, a bunch of robots at Drexel University playing “Come Together” by The Beatles. The song isn’t prerecorded. Robots are really, independently playing music.
“The relief you are now experiencing is made possible by a gift from Michael Zinman,” says a steel plaque set at eye-level for any man voiding his bladder at the library.
He was supposed to be transfered from state to federal prison for filing fake tax documents while in jail. Instead, authorities got a document saying to let him go.
The first of five tweets said, “I know your routine, I know where you live, and I am going to rape you senseless … then come for [the victim's son's name]. Good luck.”
One possible factor for states with the most sleep problems: They also have high rates of obesity. Believe it or not, that could be good news for Philadelphia.
Oops, and eureka. If these three people hadn’t made those mistakes, they wouldn’t have just won a contest at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.