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Philly’s Biggest Losers of 2017

The eight people, groups, and institutions that really failed this year.

Business

I Love My Job: Burlesque Ballerina Lelu Lenore

She tells us where she gets all those fabulous costumes and explains how her job is different than dancing at Delilah's.

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Parking Ticket Amnesty Is a Really Bad Idea

Is there no personal accountability left in this world?

News

WATCH: Christmas Tree Thief Strikes in South Philly

Curiously, Christmas decoration thieves hit the same tiny South Philadelphia block a few years ago.

News

DNYED: The Vanity License Plates PennDOT Rejected

We submitted a request to see what license plates had been denied in recent years.

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Creative Gift Ideas for Creative Kids

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Did This Sanitation Worker Just Steal a Port Richmond Resident's Package?

The city and police are investigating.

Be Well Philly

I Went to Philly's New IV Therapy Lounge to Cure My Hangover

After a bar crawl in South Philly, a few Advil Liqui-Gels weren't going to cut it.

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Philly Child Protection Agency Contractor Charged in Child Porn Case

IT consultant Charles Borrelli helped build the system that tracks at-risk children under DHS care in Philadelphia.

Business

Believe It or Not, Revel Might Reopen Soon as AC Ocean Walk

Built for $2.6 billion. Bought for $200 million.

News

The PPA Just Screwed Us All Again With MeterUp Parking App Relaunch

Features include "convenience" fees and hourly parking rates that can actually increase depending on how long you park.

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The Smart Person’s Guide to New Year’s Eve in Philly

Here, four actually worthwhile ways to bring 2017 to a close.

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Five Below Tells Rolled Ice Cream Company 10 Below to Get a New Name

The Philly-based discount store giant has filed a federal lawsuit against the Rittenhouse Square ice cream shop.

News

8 Times City Hall Tried to Kill Fun

From banning skateboarding to the new anti-public-drumming bill, our local legislators really know how to wreck a good time.

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“She Just Liked Fire”: Family Searches for Answers in Gas-Station Suicide

Jerri Phillips lit herself ablaze at a Philadelphia gas station on Saturday night. And nobody knows why.