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  • Eagles Award Veteran With New Toyota Highlander During Game

    During Sunday’s Eagles game against the New England Patriots, the Philadelphia Eagles and Toyota rewarded Retired Sergeant First Class Phillip A. Laws with a two-year lease on an all-new 2020 Toyota Highlander. It was part of Sunday‚Äôs “Salute to Service” game at Lincoln Financial Field and took place during the first quarter break. Sergeant Laws was chosen for his decades of service in the armed forces as well as his impact in the Philadelphia community.

  • Real Cars From ‘Ford v. Ferrari’ Housed At Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum In South Philadelphia

    The movie, Ford v. Ferrari, opens on Friday. The movie tells the story of a Ford driver competing in the 1966 Le Mans race. The driver sees the Italian team bring their latest hand-made Ferrari. The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum houses the real cars that are replicated in the movie. Our Khiree Stewart went to check it out. Click here for more information on the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum.

  • Cunningham Piano Company Opening New Location In Cherry Hill

    Cunningham Piano Company is opening a new location in Cherry Hill, New Jersey on November 16th. In 2016, Cunningham Piano opened a second location on Allendale Road in King of Prussia across from the mall. They also continue to use the original Cunningham Piano location in Germantown to restore pianos. The Cherry Hill location will offer free concerts and recitals that are open to the public. It is the exclusive retailer for Yamaha piano, Hyrbids, and Clavinovas in South Jersey. […]

  • Several Events Planned For Veterans Day

    There are several events planned on Veterans Day to honor the men and women that served our country. The National Constitution Center and the Battleship New Jersey are both offering activities for families to enjoy. Our Khiree Stewart gave a preview of what people can expect.

  • PHL17 In The Classroom: Kensington Creative And Performing Arts High School

    PHL17 In The Classroom is a new series that spotlights teachers, students, and faculty at local schools that have done something special to impact lives in their communities. This week, our Khiree Stewart went to Kensington Creative and Performing Arts High School to honor Ismael Jimenez. He is an African-American History teacher at the school and was recently given the prestigious national Honored National Teaching Award for October!

  • Hawthornes Plans 4th Annual Great Harvest Cider And Beer Festival

    Hawthornes Beer Cafe is planning its 4th Annual Great Cider and Beer Festival on Saturday, November 2nd. There will be more than 75 selections of seasonal beers and other sips. On top of food and drink, there will be live music, vendors, fun and games.

  • Grand Opening Weekend For Kurry Shack In South Philly

    Kurry Shack’s new Moyamensing Avenue restaurant is holding its grand opening this weekend. The staff will serve free appetizers to celebrate. Our Khiree Stewart went there to check out some of their dishes.

  • Makeup Artist Gives Khiree Stewart A Monstrous Makeover For Halloween

    Our Khiree Stewart got a spooky makeover for Halloween! One of the makeup artists for Eastern State Penitentiary’s Terror Behind The Walls stopped by our studio to transform Khiree into a zombie.

  • John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge Plans Halloween Spooktacular

    The John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge is planning a Halloween “Spooktacular” for families and their pets to celebrate Halloween. There will be pumpkin archery, spooky arts & crafts, and other activities for families to enjoy. The event is planned for October 30th from 5p.m. – 7p.m. Click here to learn more about the event.

  • Ghost Tour Of Philadelphia Educates Guests On Philadelphia’s Haunted History

    Philadelphia is one of the country’s oldest cities and many believe that it is probably one of the most haunted cities in the country. Ghost Tours of Philadelphia offers a candlelight tour through Old City, Philadelphia. During the tour, guests will hear spooky stories and tales of some of the city’s historic buildings and areas. Click here to learn more about the Ghost Tours of Philadelphia.

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