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The Martyrdom of Mothers Must End

Did you buy your mom a Mothers’ Day card yet? It’s probably been on your mind since Monday when American Greeting dropped this heavy-handed reminder […]

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Mike Jerrick Is the Future of Philadelphia’s Digital District

http://vimeo.com/91355367 Picture yourself walking toward City Hall. Traffic zooms past you and as you stroll down Market Street, you dodge rushed business people texting and […]

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Is “Hon” the New “Ma’am”?

“How many do you have, hon?” the sales associate at the Express in Liberty Place asked me last week. The week before that, a young […]

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10 People Dumber Than Damon Feldman

As human beings, there are some things we should just know in 2014: The earth is round. Fire is hot. Ryan Gosling is sexy. This […]

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Purse Snatching Doesn’t Mean Philly Women Need Male Protection

“Where are our men? Why are they not protecting us?”  Tyema Sanchez recently told the Daily News. “Men are failing us. I feel as though […]

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Commuter Etiquette: The 10 Commandments of Sloppy Weather SEPTA Riding

Philadelphia might lead the nation’s big cities when it comes to bike commuting, but this winter it feels like every single person in the city […]

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10 Places Pope Francis Should Visit When He Comes to Philadelphia in 2015

File this under sentences I never expected to type: I’m really excited that Pope Francis is definitely, probably, maybe visiting Philadelphia in 2015! I never […]

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The Millennial Revolution: We’re Committed to the City

It’s 9 p.m. on a Saturday night, and my boyfriend and I are driving toward the Philadelphia skyline. We’ve had a lovely evening visiting friends […]

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10 Signs You’ve Moved Too Many Times in Your 20s

I am writing this post while sitting on my couch, which is wedged between a bookcase and an armchair in the corner of my cluttered […]

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10 Celebrity Apologies We Wish Would Happen

Lesson learned: Reese Witherspoon is kind of a diva. When her husband got pulled over for a DUI, she made a big old Hollywood scene […]

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Hey Twentysomethings: Here Are 16 Things You Can Do With the Sunday Inquirer

As my colleague Joel Mathis reported last week, the launch of the Daily News and Inquirer paywalled websites isn’t just about pageviews. It’s also about […]

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How Our Cute President, Barack Obama, Let Women Down

On Friday, I was headed down 19th Street, on the way to my favorite bar for happy hour. It was 5:45 p.m. The sun was […]

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Barbara Walters Should Quit The View and Go Work for Fox News

Last week, news trickled out that longtime television interviewer Barbara Walters planned to retire next spring. It seemed, perplexingly, both inconceivable—can TV news exist without […]

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Top 5 Best Philly Parody Accounts on Twitter

Social media experts and holier-than-thou journalists (ahem) will tell you that Twitter changed the way we receive information. The rest of humanity will tell you […]

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Recap: #PHLRaceChat

[View the story “Recap: #PHLRaceChat” on Storify] Recap: #PHLRaceChat A snapshot of last night’s discussion on race at the National Constitution Center. Storified by PhiladelphiaMagazine· […]