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We Want Answers: Diana Sabater

When did you first realize you loved to cook? When I was a kid. My mother and I would watch Julia Child together on Saturdays. […]

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Ralph Natale and the Decline of the Philly Mob

Ralph Natale was all of 12 when he first felt a dark, primal urge inside him — the desire to kill another man. On that […]

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How Matt Klentak Plans to Rebuild the Phillies

Matt Klentak agrees to meet me at Citizens Bank Park at two o’clock on a bitterly cold January afternoon. I show up early and kill […]

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Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, and Their Wildly Separate Paths to the Sixers

Ben Simmons wears the face of a kid getting dragged to Sunday school when he’d rather settle in for a Call of Duty marathon with […]

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Ellen Gregory’s Family Marks Sad Milestone by Fighting Domestic Violence

They knew this day was coming. Ellen Gregory’s family had fought tooth and nail to keep her killer — her husband, former University of Pennsylvania […]

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On the Record With World Cafe’s David Dye

The door to Main Street Music swings open, and a windswept-looking David Dye lurches into a room filled with shoppers half his age, thumbing through […]

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Jersey Shore Politics: This Is What Happens When No One’s Looking

THE SKY IS SHAPELESS and gray, looming above Margate like a wool curtain. Dustin Widas sits behind the wheel of a black-and-white Ford Explorer, sizing […]

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Philly Pays $4.4 Million Settlement For ‘Regrettable’ Police Shooting

One of the most troubling police shootings in recent Philadelphia history has led to a massive payout. The Kenney administration announced on Friday that a […]

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Grossman: Philly “Deserves Better” Than Seth Williams

If you’re going to try to hold a press conference in the middle of Kensington, you have to expect the unexpected. Former city prosecutor Beth […]

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What’s in Store for Philly’s Police Union in 2017

John McNesby sounds like he’s in a good mood when he picks up the phone a few days before Christmas. The president of the Fraternal Order of […]

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The Quiet Commissioner: Inside Richard Ross’s First Year as Top Cop

Richard Ross waited a decade for the chance to get into this chair. It’s a smooth, ergonomic number with a high back — a captain’s […]

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Roy Halladay Looks Back on His Phillies Years

It was another night on the road for the big man, another night in a hotel in between games. He called the team together to relax […]

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Is There a Place for Rocky in This New City of Ours?

I’ve always thought of the first Rocky as a love triangle. Two corners belonged to Rocky and Adrian, of course, and the stolen glances and […]

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Yo, Philly: Remember The 1966-67 Sixers?

The 1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers didn’t have multimillion-dollar contracts, or limos to ferry them to airports, or personal assistants to tend to their every whim. But […]

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Want To Shop And Help Some Local Non-profits?

Maybe you made a huge dent in your holiday shopping on Black Friday. Or maybe you didn’t even scratch the surface, and just spent the […]