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How Wawa Became One of the Top Spots for Missed Connections

Love and Wawa. Photos | Wawa Instagram Looking for a summer love? Don’t bother with dimly-lit bars serving $6 Coors Lights. Skip the club scene and the electronic […]

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How Did Wawa Become One of the Top Spots for Missed Connections?

Looking for a summer love? Don’t bother with dimly-lit bars serving $6 Coors Lights. Skip the club scene and the electronic beats. Even your corner coffee shop with […]

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First Car Passenger Robert Hewett Recounts Surviving Crash of Amtrak 188

The Amtrak 188 train derailment happened one year ago today. Survivor Robert Hewett has relived it every day since. “Every breath I take, I think about it, I have a […]

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Two Bike Accidents on Tuesday Precede Next Week’s “Ride of Silence”

Two bike accidents on Tuesday come right before the annual “Ride of Silence,” which aims to bring awareness to bike accidents, as well as honor those […]

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Kenney Expands City-Funded Travel Ban to Places With Anti-LBGT Legislation

Photo | Jeff Fusco Last month, Mayor Jim Kenney placed a ban on non-essential city-funded travel to Mississippi and North Carolina, in response to legislation enacted in those […]

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Kenney Expands City-Funded Travel Ban to Places With Anti-LBGT Legislation

Last month, Mayor Jim Kenney placed a ban on non-essential city-funded travel to Mississippi and North Carolina, in response to legislation enacted in those states that limit the […]

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Worker Who Fell Through Glass Floor at Rodin Museum Gets $7.25M Settlement

This story has been updated with a statement from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Phani Guthula had been inspecting light fixtures at the Rodin Museum […]

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White House Social Secretary Deesha Dyer to Speak at CCP Graduation

From West Philly to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue; Deesha Dyer is our own hometown success story. The Washington Post describes her as “a girl from a […]

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Inquirer, Daily News Hiking Newsstand Prices to $1.50

Philadelphia Media Network — the parent company of the Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com — will be raising the price of weekday single issues of both papers from $1.00 […]

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Uptown Theater Is Hosting a Prince Memorial Today

UPDATE: The Prince tribute will be postponed to Friday, May 6th due to inclement weather. It will be at the same time and place. Original: […]

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Creator of the Mister Softee’s Jingle Dies

The high-pitched chime of Mister Softee’s ice cream truck is one of the first signs that summer has reached Philadelphia. The upbeat, instantly recognizable notes awaken […]

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SEPTA Wins Big Grant to Buy 25 Zero-Emission All-Electric Buses

U.S. Senator Robert Casey announced Tuesday that SEPTA will receive a $2.6 million grant to purchase 25 electric buses. The buses will serve South Philly routes 29 and 79. The […]

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SEPTA: Don’t Take Selfies on Train Tracks

Chances are you’ve seen more than one photo of a young couple strolling aimlessly along a set of old-wooden train tracks. The images are iconic, […]

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Scenes From Yesterday’s “Day of Action” Demonstration in Center City

Several coalitions joined together on Thursday — Fight for 15’s national Day of Action — to not only demand a $15 minimum wage, but to also protest local issues like […]

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Michael Nutter to Stump for Hillary Clinton in Wilmington

“When I support a candidate, I fully support that candidate,” said former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter back in 2008 while standing by his endorsement of Hillary Clinton in spite […]