Philly College Students Say Uber Driver Stranded Them at Deserted Construction Site

Two students at Temple and Drexel universities say they had a nightmarish Uber rider earlier this month — and they’re warning other Philly women to […]


Gay-Bashing Victims Settle Lawsuit with Attackers

Just over three years since Zachary Hesse and Andrew Haught were attacked at 16th and Chancellor streets in a case that became known as the […]


There’s a Rally for Meek Mill in Philly Tonight

It’s been a few days since Meek Mill became inmate ND8400 at state prison in Camp Hill. On Monday night, Philly will hold a rally in […]


The Art Museum, Navy Yard and Penn’s Landing Are Getting Major Upgrades

This past Tuesday, roughly 69 percent of the Philadelphians who actually made it out to the polls voted “yes” on ballot question No. 2, in which […]

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The Ice Skating Rink at Dilworth Park Opens Today

Here’s one upside to the wintry weather this Friday morning: the ice skating rink at Dilworth Park will officially open today. The park’s warm-weather fountains have given […]


Kenney: Pennsylvania Needs to Consider Legalizing Marijuana

Mayor Jim Kenney and Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro discussed Philly and America in the age of Trump – among other things – at Philly Mag’s […]

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How Philly Activists Want You (Yes, You) to Support Their Efforts

Session 3, Philly and the Age of Activism Posted by Philadelphia Magazine on Thursday, November 9, 2017 Undoubtably one of our most power-packed panels at […]


New Market Street Club Will Feature … a Slide and Ball Pit?

Remember the old Turf Club outpost on 16th and Market? Since it closed in March 2016, there’s been much speculation as to what the space […]

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Philly Just Got Bigbelly Trash Cans You Don’t Have to Touch

This summer, we were thrilled to tell you 275 new trash cans were on their way to Philly. You would think new trash cans wouldn’t be […]


The Return of Paul Green: He’s Back to Rock Your Kids

These days, rock schools are a big business. The founded-in-Philly School of Rock now boasts 140 locations and more than 17,000 students around the world. […]


South Jersey Official Who Mocked D.C. Women’s March Defeated by a Woman

An Atlantic County official known for mocking the January 2017 Women’s March on Facebook was defeated by a woman on Tuesday. Republican Freeholder John Carman, […]


Here’s the South Philly Neighborhood That Hates Larry Krasner the Most

Larry Krasner defeated Republican challenger Beth Grossman on Tuesday, in a district attorney’s race watched closely not just here but by politicos and pundits across […]

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Binge-Watch “Always Sunny” While You Can: It’s Leaving Netflix

OK, Philly — now’s your chance to watch as many episodes of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” while you still can. Next month, Netflix will remove the how. […]


In the Trump Era, Voter Turnout Skyrockets in Philly’s District Attorney Race

Voter turnout was 69 percent higher in Philadelphia on Tuesday than in the last district attorney’s race in 2013 — and all of the ballots haven’t been counted […]


Remembering the Late, Great Roy Halladay

The unexpected death of former Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay on Tuesday sent shockwaves throughout Philadelphia, the entire baseball community and all of those whose lives […]