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Philly’s 100 Most Influential People
We rank the Philadelphians shaping the way we work and live right now.
What kind of city will we become? It’s time for you to step up.
Shani Akilah and Abdul-Aliy Muhammad, co-founders of the Black and Brown Workers Collective.
No individual has done more to popularize — and build a constituency around — the city’s evolving urban fabric.
Her massive social media following spans continents, and has made her one of the leading voices in the social justice movement.
The actor shares some of his most recent milestones.
A Phoenixville mayoral candidate sure looks like a silly wabbit.
They walked out of classes on Friday morning for a “Unity Event.”
Diner food, dumplings, tagine, pork chops and extreme steaks in Kensington.
You've got 9 nights to celebrate Philly's craft distilling scene with big and small events all over the region.
Yep, the one whose nursing home he defrauded.
Some 45,000 people packed the streets in 2016.
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