Hillary for Pennsylvania Launches ‘Pennsylvania Latinos for Hillary’

Power outage did not stop Latinos for Hillary. Hispanic leaders gathered to stir a stronger Hispanic presence in the polls this upcoming election. A blackout at the Northeast Philadelphia Democratic Party office forced Hispanic leaders to advocate for Hillary from a furniture store that had power across the street. View More »


Bruce Springsteen Visits Free Library to Promote New Memoir

The world renowned rock start stopped by the Free Library of Philadelphia to promote his new book “Born to Run”, and catch up with some of his fans. The sold out event brought in 1,200 die hard Springsteen fans. For a mere $33, fans received an autographed copy of the memoir and a once in a lifetime chance to get a photo with The Boss. View More »

“Beyond the Notes”: Classical Concerts at Paley

Beyond the Notes is the library’s award-winning and beloved classical concert series. Now in its third season, the concerts are more diverse and imaginative than ever. From violin concertos, to gospel and spiritual songs, the concerts provide a varied range of music to be enjoyed by all. View More »


Temple Kicks off Conference Play vs. SMU Mustangs

Conference action is finally here; The Owls v. SMU matchup will be the Owl’s first taste of Conference play within the American Athletic Conference. Temple Football is looking to be 3-1 in their home stadium, Lincoln Financial Field, after this week’s matchup against Southern Methodist University. View More »

Temple Drops Conference Opener to Memphis

Temple’s Women’s Soccer team took on the Memphis Tigers on a wet and rainy day to kickoff American Athletic Conference play. The Owl’s fought hard keeping a low scoring game, but it was the Tigers that took home the win with a final score of 1-0. View More »