Downtown Philadelphia is festooned with flags ahead of the Democratic National Convention, which the city will host next week.
Tourists wait for a bus near one of the many donkey statues set up for the convention.
City Hall is reflected in the display window of a store in downtown Philadelphia.
Rock Ministries, in North Philadelphia, provides boxing and martial-arts classes for disadvantaged youth.
"The boxing gym felt like a safe haven in a very troubled world," photographer Alex Webb said. "Kids of all ages came to the gym -- the youngest simply to hang out, the older ones to box."
A dinosaur exhibit outside Drexel University's Academy of Natural Sciences.
Many homeless people drift through downtown Philadelphia, often sleeping in alcoves.
People wait for buses downtown.
A boy plays in the fountains outside City Hall.
Tourists congregate outside the Betsy Ross House, where the iconic seamstress is said to have lived when she sewed the first American flag.
A man puts on his jacket near Rittenhouse Square.
Philadelphia has a small but distinct Chinatown. Here, residents hang out in a wooden enclave built on the side of the street.
Protesters with Black Lives Matter demonstrate outside City Hall.