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Travis Scott closes out Made in America 2019 with fireworks and controlled chaos

The eighth annual version of Jay-Z’s music festival wrapped up on Sunday night with a second consecutive 8½-hour day of hard banging hip-hop and R&B on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

At Made in America, Cardi B plays a rushed-feeling set at the mellowed-out festival

The 2019 edition of Jay-Z’s annual Labor Day music festival kicked off with the most relaxed, not overcrowded, practically pleasant day on the Ben Franklin Parkway in its history.

What Cardi B wore at Made in America

Cardi B delivered the fashion moment of the festival’s first day.

Hate group laid white supremacist wreath on Benjamin Franklin’s tomb on Independence Day

Officials at Old City's Christ Church say members of the hate group were quickly interrupted.

To end fatphobia, we need to dismantle western civilization, a Philly therapist says

The activist-therapist, who posts as @thefatsextherapist on Instagram, discusses the philosophies behind her popular posts.

Break dancing all but approved for the Olympics in 2024

Along with breakdance, the International Olympic Committee has given the thumbs-up to surfing, skateboarding, and sport climbing.

Breakdancing in the Olympics? Performers in Philly are conflicted on the possibility.

The International Olympic Committee is considering breakdancing for the 2024 games in Paris. In Philadelphia, hip hop’s second city, many breakers wonder how the judges would measure their groove.

How bad are Philly streets? One West Philly neighborhood made ritual offerings to a sinkhole.

Drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians have criticized Philly streets, but the city reports receiving about 2,100 fewer pothole complaints so far this year, compared to last.

Cornbread, the graffiti pioneer, returns to the Graffiti Pier, wondering what will happen to the iconic Philly canvas

"This is Philadelphia, the birthplace of graffiti culture,” declared the artist born 65 years ago as Darryl McCray.