Weekly Entertainment Guide - From Philly With Love

Weekly Entertainment Guide - From Philly With Love

Robin Bloom shares her recommendations for Memorial Day Weekend activities.

New hearings for inmates sentenced to life as children set to begin soon in Philly

New hearings for inmates sentenced to life as children set to begin soon in Philly

New sentencing hearings for prison lifers who received their punishment in Philadelphia as teenagers are expected to begin late this summer.

Historic Second Bank reopens with portraits of famous Philadelphians [photos]

Historic Second Bank reopens with portraits of famous Philadelphians [photos]

One of Philadelphia's often-overlooked historic attractions has reopened for the summer season. The Second Bank of the United States, housing an historic collection of American portraits, closed last year after a fire broke out

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Betty, the Library Witch
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Betty, the Library Witch

Betty wanders through the library muttering and hugging herself. In her seventies, with scraggly grey hair and a hard, troubled gaze, she resembles a witch, but in baggy sweats and a faded T-shirt instead of a black dress and

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In remembering Hiroshima, one girl's heartbreak reaches across language and culture

As President Obama visits Hiroshima, a Philadelphia writer remembers an inspirational experience tutoring adults with the true story of a Japanese girl's prayer for peace in the aftermath of the atomic bomb.

Weekdays at 6 p.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM

Soccer popping up all over Philly this weekend

Soccer popping up all over Philly this weekend

A soccer tournament is taking place in Philadelphia this weekend ... but it's not at Talen Energy Stadium, where the Philadelphia Union plays. Street Soccer USA will open four pop-up soccer stadiums, including one at the foot

Fridays at 9 a.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM
Autopsies contribute valuable scientific data, but they've become rare

Autopsies contribute valuable scientific data, but they've become rare

Dr. Robert Ownbey, a pathologist who heads up the Hahnemann Hospital autopsy unit in Philadelphia, suited up in a blue plastic gown and latex gloves before approaching the patient. The man on the metal table was 64 years old,

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