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Wet Seal Soaked for $7.5 Million in King of Prussia Race Case

In 2009, Nicole Cogdell was fired from her job as manager of the Wet Seal in the King of Prussia Mall shortly after she overheard […]

City Life

Busted King of Prussia Water Main Spews 60-Foot Jet

We’re not stranger to busted water mains in Philadelphia–nearly 1,000 had to be fixed in 2011 alone–but this suburban gusher is worth checking out. It […]

City Life

Shake Shack Opening a Joint in King of Prussia Mall

Go West, young cheeseburger palace. In June, Shake Shack unveiled its Center City spot. Last week, it announced a Drexel location. Now, King of Prussia. […]


Winter Fest at The Pub at Wegmans

On Friday, November 16, The Pub at Wegmans will debut their winter craft beer, Pub Winter Fest, brewed by Sly Fox Brewing Company. The medium […]

City Life

Saanvi Venna, Baby Who Was Killed, Remembered at Funeral

On Sunday, mourners remembered Saanvi Venna, the 10-month-old King of Prussia girl who was abducted from her grandmother and killed last week. (The grandmother was […]


Ralph’s of South Philly Opens Today

Ralph’s of South Philly, the King of Prussia off-shoot of the country’s oldest Italian restaurant opens today, Thursday October 11, in the Sheraton Valley Forge. […]

The Scene

HughE Dillon: King of Prussia Beerfest Royale

Over the weekend, the first King of Prussia Beerfest Royale took place in the mall’s parking lot. Nearly 350 attended the VIP Preview on Friday, […]


Fall Festivals Galore

Fall is upon us and that means beer fests, pumpkin fests, and Oktoberfest fests that all roll up into one giant festival fest. Luckily for […]


Main Line Restaurant Week Kicks Off September 24th

Across the Main Line and the ‘burbs, restaurants are teaming up to participate in Main Line Restaurant Week 2012. From September 24th to the 30th […]


America’s Oldest Italian Restaurant Opening in King of Prussia

Ralph’s Italian Restaurant, which recently inherited the title of oldest Italian restaurant in America thanks to the closing of San Francisco’s Fior D’Italia, is opening […]

City Life

Wet Seal Will Hire White People With Blonde Hair and Blue Eyes

Surprise, Wet Seal’s hiring practices might be just a tad bit racist. Nicole Cogdell, a former manager of the King of Prussia Wet Seal store, […]


The Generous Pour Event at The Capital Grille

Starting on Monday, July 9th and lasting until September 2nd, The Capital Grille is bringing back one of its most popular (and unbelievable) events: The […]

City Life

Alleged Panty Thief Caught Using Upskirt Camera in King of Prussia Mall

Back in January a Montgomery County woman called police after she realized that someone had burglarized her home. Someone had allegedly broken into her home, […]

City Life

KOP Grenade Was Actually a Stolen Paperweight

Yesterday a portion of the King of Prussia Mall was evacuated when authorities were told of a suspicious device in a planter at Bloomingdale’s. The […]

City Life

Live Grenade at the King of Prussia Mall

Entrances to the King of Prussia mall have been shut down and employees are still in the building—told not to leave—after reports of a live […]