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Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski on Rendell’s Support in Gubernatorial Run: Just Kidding

Friday, Allentown mayor Ed Pawlowski name-dropped Ed Rendell as the host of a Center City party on Thursday night to benefit his ongoing gubernatorial campaign: […]

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Local Lawyer’s Play Ponders Life with a Living JFK

John F. Kennedy died more than 50 years ago, setting off a chain of events in the wake of his untimely demise that would result […]

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PA Lawmakers Take on Transportation Funding, Liquor Privatization in New Fall Session

After a three-month break from their daily legislative duties, Pennsylvania’s politicians returned to Harrisburg today to begin the heavily hyped fall legislative session. At the […]

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Philadelphia Mourns the Retirement of SEPTA’s Greatest Bus Driver

Anyone familiar with the No. 2 bus, which runs from Pulaski and Hunting Park to 20th and Johnston through Center City, will know Joe Wilson. […]

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Philadelphia Suffers Bout of Nostalgia, Wants Mayor Ed Rendell Back

Nostalgia is a powerful emotion, especially for Philadelphians pining for better days (and winning sports teams). Things in the past were just better, more navigable […]

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Radnor to Review Villanova’s Expansion Plan in Hearing Tonight

They’ve been rejected by the township once before, but tonight, Villanova gets its bureaucratic due at expanding its campus at a hearing tonight. Seeking zoning […]

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The Philly Diner Is Being Replaced by an Office Building for Penn

Penn students and night owls citywide alike morned the loss of the iconic Philly Diner at 39th and Walnut when it closed in October 2011. […]

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Next Up in Eric Cantor’s School Choice Promo Tour: Philly Schools

Virginia Congressman Eric Cantor supports providing students with alternatives to public schools, and he wants you to know about it. So, naturally, he’s in Philly […]

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Philly Restaurants Host Celebrity Diners as Movie Business Makes Its Way to Philly

When in town for work or pleasure, the world’s celebrities have to eat somewhere. This being Philly, a city of great restaurants, celebs have their […]

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Schoolmageddon ’13: SRC Chairman Pedro A. Ramos Set to Make “Unpopular Decisions”

Thousands of layoffs and hundreds of millions of dollars in the red later, the Philadelphia School District has started to clean up its act with […]

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Phillies Rank 14th on GQ’s Worst Sports Franchise List

They voted us the worst sports fans in America in 2011, and now GQ has returned to throwing shade by way way of Philly. This […]

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Street Artist Kid Hazo Gets Giant Cardboard Revenge on the PPA

First, he went after the vampire squirrels in LOVE Park. Then, it was the fist-pumping bros of Drexel. Now, Phillly street artist Kid Hazo has […]

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Schoolmageddon ’13: Education Advocates Storm Harrisburg for the Start of the Fall Legislative Session

State legislators are back in office for the fall session today, and they can expect to be met by what’s become the most feared special […]

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Schoolmageddon ’13: Councilman Jim Kenney Wants to Rent Out the City’s Luxury Boxes… For the Kids

School’s already off to a rough start for Philly’s 137,000 public school students, but providing them with the proper equipment ought smooth things over a […]

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Joe Biden’s Niece Allegedly Tries to Punch Cop, Gets Arrested

Fightin’ Joe Biden’s Internet-bestowed nickname may be wearing off on his family members, most recently the vice president’s niece, Caroline Biden. Seems Caroline had a […]