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Food & Drink

Miller Lite honors nation's first female brewer from Philly with limited edition can

Miller Lite Limited Cans

History

Proposed Black heritage trail in New Jersey moves closer to reality

Black Heritage Trail

History

William Way Center to host public exhibition, memorial ceremony to honor Philadelphians lost during AIDS crisis

William Way Center

Arts & Culture

David Lynch's former Fairmount row home up for sale

David Lynch House

History

50 years ago, Dr. John E. Fryer shifted views of homosexuality in a bold speech to the APA

John Fryer APA

History

Sun Ra House in Germantown gets historic landmark designation

Sun Ra House Philly

Investigations

Former Liberian rebel general allegedly settled in South Jersey by lying on immigration documents

Liberian War Criminal

TV

Costume on HBO's 'The Gilded Age' inspired by antique dress owned by Chester County museum

Dress Gilded Age HBO

History

Bucks County WWII vet's remains identified decades after fighting in U.S. Army's longest battle

Bucks County Soldier WWII

Entertainment

Test your sea skills with new Pirate Rum Challenge at Independence Seaport Museum

Independence Seaport Museum

History

Cape May fisherman finds submerged engine from WWII-era aircraft

Cape May WWII Engine

Holiday

Celebrate Mother's Day with brunch discounts and card-making from Museum of the American Revolution

MOAR Mother's Day

History

Holocaust class a family tradition for three generations of Stockton University students

Holocaust Course Stockton

History

Former Guggenheim family property in Bucks County on the market for $2.5 million

Guggenheim Bucks County

History

Native American burial ground in Chester County returned to descendants of Lenape tribe

Lenape Burial Ground

History

High school diploma awarded to 101-year-old who was one of the first Black trolley drivers in Philadelphia

High School Grad 101

Neighborhoods

Historic Harbisons Dairy milk bottle illuminated atop Kensington apartment facility

Harbisons Dairy Kensington

Arts & Culture

National Constitution Center, Museum of the American Revolution bring back joint discounted tickets

National Constitution Center Museum of American Revolution

History

John Hancock letter that proclaims America's independence from Great Britain up for auction

John Hancock letter auction

Arts & Culture

Concert at the Glen Foerd mansion to feature Mozart's music on an early form of piano

Fortepiano Concert Mozart

Family-Friendly

Sew your own sail at the Independence Seaport Museum this spring

Independence Seaport Museum

History

Historic Phillies memorabilia, including Baker Bowl seats, up for auction

Phillies Memorabilia auction

Education

Manor College, founded by Ukrainian nuns, to award President Volodymyr Zelenskyy its first honorary degree

Manor College Zelenskyy

Arts & Culture

Permanent Harriet Tubman sculpture to be installed outside City Hall

Harriet Tubman statue Philadelphia

Obituaries

Bucks County WWII vet dies hours after parade honoring his 102nd birthday

Veteran 102

Travel

Ferry and Main at New Hope's Logan Inn offers farm-to-table dining in a historic setting

Logan Inn

Arts & Culture

Philadelphia walking tour showcases important women in art, medicine and culture

Women's History Month Tour

Family-Friendly

Get a unique tour of a Naval submarine at the Independence Seaport Museum

Submarine Becuna Tours

History

Russian mug, gifted to Philly philanthropist nearly 130 years ago, hitting the auction block

Russian Mug Freeman's

Education

Pennsylvania's school curriculum mostly ignores disability rights, but there's an effort to change that

Disability Inclusive Curriculum

History

Smith Memorial Playground celebrating Black History Month with Philly-centric exhibit

Smith Playground BHM

History

Hip hop lecture kicks off Black History Month events at African American Museum in Philadelphia

AAMP Black History Month

Education

Reckoning over Woodrow Wilson’s racist legacy continues; Camden district latest to rename school

Woodrow Wilson Racist

History

50-ton tablet engraved with First Amendment now on display at National Constitution Center

First Amendment tablet Philly

History

A young MLK Jr. spent a few formative years in the Philly area

MLK Day History

Adult Health

Nearly 60 years ago, U.S. Surgeon General Luther Terry released report linking smoking to cancer

1964 Smoking Study

Arts & Culture

Tattoo exhibit coming to Swedish American Historical Museum

Tattoos Swedish American Exhibit

Illness

The war on cancer at 50: The origin story begins with a socialite citizen-lobbyist

Nixon National Cancer Act

Arts & Culture

Traveling Harriet Tubman statue to stand outside City Hall through March

Harriet Tubman statue Philadelphia

History

250-year-old map of Pennsylvania recalls little-known, colonial-era border dispute with Connecticut

Pennsylvania Connecticut colonial map

History

Patriots take no holidays: Philadelphia had its own tea party protest on Christmas in 1773

Philadelphia Tea Party

Crime

FBI returns centuries-old artifacts stolen 50 years ago to local museums

Revolution Museum

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