Peace protesters stage a die-in at Philadelphia City Hall to demonstrate against US wars underway in 2007.
During this period, I was grabbing still frames from video footage I was shooting while covering breaking news events. But I can’t find the video from this event.
Ben Franklin reenactor Ralph Archbold poses with boxers Riddick Bowe, left and Evander Holyfield during a Philadelphia promotional event in advance of their match in Nevada in 1995. Bowe won by a technical knockout.
Philadelphia firefighters gather at the scene after the facade fell from two row homes in West Philadelphia. Nobody was injured.
Investigators examine the damage after an airliner struck a severe hail storm and made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport in 1995.
I had pass through a metal detector but security at that time did not require a ticket for me to get into the terminal and take this picture.
Police fire pepper spray toward photojournalists in Washington, DC, during an economic human rights demonstration against policies of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund in April, 2000.
I was wearing eye protection and ducked most of my face into my bent arm but I went home with painful sunburn-like irritation on my forehead.
Scattered acts of violence had broken out and protesters had rolled a dumpster toward this barricade moments earlier.
Philadelphia Phillies catcher Darren Daulton tags Brett Butler of the Los Angeles Dodgers out at home plate during a 1994 game at Veterans Stadium.
I had moved behind the plate to focus on the Phillies pitcher for a while but it proved to be the best perspective on this play.
Philadelphia Police officers charge down South Street on horseback in an effort to break up the crowd after violence broke out during Mardi Gras celebrations in 2001.
A crowd of 40-50,000 had gathered, some businesses were looted and around 100 people were arrested, according to a PhillyMag recap a couple of years ago.
Back in 2001, The New York Times reported that Mardi Gras violence had also broken out in Austin, Fresno and Seattle.