Stories tagged: "Philadelphia"


State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta
WATCH: State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta on the Hypocrisy of Republican Leaders Over Gun Safety

Kenyatta pointed to the hypocrisy of Republican leaders who cite a mental health crisis as the root cause of school shootings, then vote against bills that would provide resources for mental health care.

Photograph by Kory Aversa
Where to Take Your Family Who’s Coming to Visit Philly for the Holidays

If you have family coming to visit, show them how Philadelphia transforms between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. Take them to these festive events you can find in Philadelphia only during the holidays.

SteelStacks in Bethlehem
4 Day Trips From Philly to Hit the Road on a Budget

Keeping in mind that it can be a bit expensive to travel by car right now, these day trip ideas keep you in Pennsylvania while saving a little gas money.

Ebenezer Covered Bridge by Steve Guttman // CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
6 Must-See Covered Bridges to Visit Across Pennsylvania

We’ve compiled a list of some of the must-visit covered bridges across the commonwealth. We’ve profiled a range of bridges based on location, interesting bridge characteristics, and other things to do in the surrounding area.

Philly Thanksgiving Day Parade ft. Elmo by chrisinphilly5448 // CC BY-SA 2.0
6 Things You May Not Have Known About Thanksgiving in Pennsylvania

We’ve put together a list of facts about Thanksgiving in Pennsylvania to inform your celebration. The holiday always falls on the fourth Thursday of November. For 2022, that’s November 24.

Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner talks about Republican-led efforts to investigate his record addressing crime and gun violence on the front steps of the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg on Friday, Oct. 21. 2022. Krasner said he believes lawmakers could be voting on an impeachment effort in the state House as early as next week. (AP Photo/Mark Scolforo)
Republican Majority Pennsylvania House Votes in Favor of Impeaching Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner

Lawmakers voted 107-85 to impeach District Attorney Larry Krasner, setting the stage for what would be the first Pennsylvania Senate impeachment trial in nearly three decades.

A poll worker holds a ballot at the Trinity Christian Fellowship Hall polling place in Biglerville, Pa., Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
The Republican Party is the Reason Counting Votes in Pennsylvania Might Take a Few Days

If you see the vote count delayed, if we’re still waiting for a winner on Wednesday, if there’s a flurry of lawsuits in Pennsylvania, you can thank state Republicans.