Basecamp Glamping LLC Brings Elevated Camping Experiences to the Philly Region

For those who want a taste of the great outdoors without completely abandoning the indoor amenities, there’s a new company provide campers with a more comfortable and unique experience. BaseCamp Glamping LLC aims to introduce people to a more glamorous side of camping by providing things like movie setups, telescopes, cornhole and s’mores kits. It … Read more

1 death, more than a dozen pain – NBC10 Philadelphia

State police said at least one person was killed and nearly two dozen others injured, five of them seriously, when a bus from New York City to Philadelphia overturned in a crash on the New Jersey Turnpike. The incident occurred just before 7 p.m. Tuesday night near Woodbridge Township, in Middlesex County, on the south … Read more

Drexel offers 50% tuition discount on community college transfers from Pa., NJschools

Beginning in 2023, Drexel University will make access to its undergraduate programs more affordable with a 50% tuition discount for Pennsylvania and New Jersey community college graduates. The Drexel Promise program, unveiled Tuesday, welcomes applications from transfer students who have associate degrees from accredited community colleges in the two states. The goal of the program … Read more

Bat Night at The Woodlands with a nature walk after dark and an ice cream truck

Later this week, walk under the last supermoon of the year and learn about urban biodiversity from a group of experts in West Philadelphia’s Woodlands. On Thursday, August 11, “Bat Night” will be held at the historic 18th-century cemetery from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm The nature night characterizes a walk in the dark to … Read more

How Wall Street Courted Senator Kyrsten Sinema and Maintained His Billion Dollars Made Interest Deductible?

US Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) waits for an elevator to go to the Senate floor at the US Capitol in Washington, US August 2, 2022. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters Long before Senator Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., held up a huge spending bill that promised to create jobs, invest in clean energy, and tax the rich — … Read more

Man killed, 2 others injured in shooting outside Popeyes in North Philadelphia: Police – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Late Monday night, gunfire was fired outside a fast food restaurant in North Philadelphia. Police say the shooting happened just after 11 p.m. when at least two people began shooting at a car outside the Popeyes on Lehigh Avenue and Fairhill Street. A man was shot and killed. READ MORE: Bridgeport Police … Read more

Pennsylvania lawyer Corey Kolcharno allegedly paid clients for sex and asked for nude photos

A lawyer and former prosecutor in Lackawanna County allegedly abused vulnerable customers by requesting nude photos and paying them for sex, authorities said. Corey Kolcharno, 47, was charged Monday with promoting prostitution after a joint investigation by the Pennsylvania State Police and the Attorney General’s Office. Kolcharno began practicing law in 2001 and served as … Read more

Guy Fieri opens new Chicken Guy! location in Atlantic City

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri will open his fourth restaurant on the Jersey Shore later this month, where he will debut a Chicken Guy! Bee Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City. The restaurant opens on August 30 and is part of Fieri’s collaboration with Caesars Entertainment. His other places in Atlantic City include: Guy’s Sammich Joint at … Read more

Camp University City Townhomes dismantled amid protest against affordable housing

The tent camp outside the University City Townhomes was demolished Monday morning by the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement officers, who were met by a group of protesters who opposed the building owner’s plans to sell the affordable housing complex. About 15 tents had been set up outside the 70-unit facility at 40th … Read more

Philadelphia Children Suffer Long-Term, Harmful Effects From COVID-19 Pandemic: Report – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A new report says children in Philadelphia are experiencing long-lasting, damaging effects from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Children First advocacy group says suicide calls from youths in Philadelphia have increased by 62% during the pandemic. The Philadelphia School District noted a dramatic decline in 2nd through 5th grade reading skills from fall … Read more