Kenneth Hilario, NBC10 Philadelphia

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NBC10 Philadelphia

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Past articles by Kenneth:

Aramark Brings Self-Service Kiosks to Phillies' Citizens Bank Park

Philadelphia-based Aramark added self-service checkout kiosks to all MLB stadiums, including Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. → Read More

'Flower Power': World Cup Competition Coming to Philadelphia Flower Show

The Philadelphia Flower Show next year will be host to the world's most prestigious floral competition that hasn't been held in the United States in over three decades. → Read More

Electric Factory Sold, New Owners Search for New Name for Iconic Philly Venue

A New York-based concert promotion and venue management company has acquired the popular Electric Factory — and it's calling on the public to think of a new name for it. → Read More

Visit Philly Turns to Wawa Welcome America Leader as New CEO

Visit Philadelphia will have a new leader by year's end — the destination marketing organization has named its new president and CEO. → Read More

Delaware County-Born Brick & Brew to Open 3rd Location in Chester County

Delaware County-born restaurant brand Brick & Brew is expanding to new territory with its third location. → Read More

Conshy's Stella Blu to Close, to Undergo 'Virtual Reincarnation'

Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, restaurant Stella Blu will close its doors this month, and the team behind the long-time eatery are going "ghost." → Read More

Philadelphia-Based Fast-Casual Chain Honeygrow Raises $6M

One of Philadelphia's fast-growing restaurant chains has secured $6 million in funding. What it will be used for is unknown, but company history hints that expansion is likely at play. → Read More

Multimillion-Dollar 'Dramatic Reconfiguration' Begins for Penn's 130-Year-Old Museum

University of Pennsylvania officials want to engage more with the school's visitors, and a large part of that will come after a major transformation of its 130-year-old museum building. → Read More

Christmas Village in Philadelphia to Return to Love Park in 2017

The popular Christmas Village in Philadelphia will return to Love Park this year, becoming the first event held at the park since its multimillion dollar renovation and upgrade. → Read More

American Airlines Calls PHL Airport 'The Crown Jewel,' Priming It For the Future

Philadelphia International Airport seems destined to be the American Airlines hub to open and develop new international markets, which includes the addition of a new fleet of aircraft that can penetrate markets... → Read More

Temple University Completes, Opens Renovated Student Center Food Court

Students will return to another semester with more food offerings at Temple University, which opened its renovated student center food court and atrium, bringing outposts of popular national eateries to... → Read More

Old City Bar Owners Pen 'Eulogy'; Blame Drugs & Crime for Closure

Eulogy Belgian Tavern near 2nd and Chestnut streets in Philadelphia is no more. → Read More

Caesars Bankruptcy Plan Gets OK From New Jersey Casino Commission

The New Jersey casino commission has given the OK to the bankruptcy plan of Caesars Entertainment's largest business unit that operates two Atlantic City casinos. → Read More

Why A German Cidery Made Its U.S. Debut in Philadelphia

A German cidery made its United States debut in Philadelphia, brought to the city by the same New York-based company that also introduced a cohort of five German craft breweries to our region. → Read More

Philadelphia Hand-Rolled Ice Cream Shop to Open in South Jersey

A Philadelphia-born hand-rolled ice cream concept is making its way across the Delaware River to set up shop in South Jersey. → Read More

Custom Doughnut Shop, Burger Joint Coming to KOP Town Center

Upper Merion residents and visitors can add customizable doughnuts and chargrilled burgers to the King of Prussia Town Center's growing list of food-and-beverage operators. → Read More

Health-Focused Fuel's Center City Eatery Undergoing Major Renovations

A Center City, health-focused restaurant founded by a South Philadelphia native is undergoing major renovations that includes the ability to use "over-flow space" for additional, exclusive events. → Read More

Comcast's $2.5M Gift Propels American Revolution Museum Past $150M Capital Campaign Goal

Set to open on April 19 to commemorate the 242nd anniversary of the "shot heard 'round the world," the Museum of the American Revolution has just exceeded its capital campaign after a multi-million-dollar... → Read More

Rittenhouse Hotel Undergoes Expansive Renovations

The latest round of improvements renovated the Rittenhouse Hotel's ballroom and pre-function spaces, as well as two board rooms – a $1 million investment. → Read More

$1M to Bring 'Dramatic' Art Installation for Ben Franklin Parkway Centennial

A grant of more than $1 million will bring what officials are calling a dramatic public art installation to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, which will be celebrating its centennial next year. → Read More