Women’s March on Philly: Road Closures, Security and More
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Women’s March on Philly: Road Closures, Security and More

Here’s what you need to know about this year’s massive event, coming to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Saturday.


City: Absolutely No Parking on South Broad Street for the Eagles Game
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City: Absolutely No Parking on South Broad Street for the Eagles Game

SEPTA to Offer Discounts, More Trains for the Eagles Game
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SEPTA to Offer Discounts, More Trains for the Eagles Game

Activists Call for Boycott of Philly Women’s March Over “Collaboration” With Police
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Activists Call for Boycott of Philly Women’s March Over “Collaboration” With Police

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It’s Time to Snuff Out the Death Penalty

Recently, I introduced Senate bill 1218, which would abolish the death penalty in Pennsylvania. New Jersey and New Mexico have recently abolished their death penalty […]

City

Hug A Pit Bull Today

Philadelphians seem to be quaking in fear of packs of wild dogs (see the comments especially!), but maybe we should be letting them feel the […]

Culture

What to Do Tonight

Simba and friends and their schmaltzy Elton John tunes (“Can You Feel the Love Tonight?” and “Circle of Life”) have taken over the Academy of […]

Culture

No Justice for Daniel

I had to read the Inquirer headline three times last night to actually believe it: “Day-care owner found not guilty in toddler’s death.” This is […]

Tastykake: Baker of the Year!

Investors Get Screwed by Judges in Inky Bankruptcy Case. Okay, let’s see if we have this straight: you loan a bunch of cash to people […]

Culture

What To Do Tonight

I may not own a single Bon Jovi recording, but do I rock out whenever I’m in the car and “Wanted Dead Or Alive” comes […]


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Influential Philadelphians

Brandywine River Art Museum Provides ‘Sensory-Friendly’ Weekend Events For Children With Autism

Brandywine River Art Museum Provides ‘Sensory-Friendly’ Weekend Events For Children With Autism

Thanks to PECO Sensory Friendly Saturdays, there’s an even more creative way to get kids of all abilities involved in the arts.

Presented by PECO

Vote Now for the Best Cheesesteak

Vote Now for the Best Cheesesteak

What’s the best cheesesteak in Philly? Now’s your chance to weigh in with our Best of Philly reader poll! You could win two tickets to the Best of Philly party this August.


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In Fast Company

Silicon Valley is so last decade. In January, business innovation magazine Fast Company ran a five-part series exploring emerging entrepreneurial technology hubs around the country. […]

National

How George W. Bush Helped Pass Health Care Reform

“I believe that the will of the people is reflected sooner or later in the will of the government.” So says the only man in […]

Culture

ABC’s Odd Man Out

Poor Jake Tapper. ABC’s White House ace — a homeboy and graduate of Akiba Hebrew Academy — was considered a slam dunk to take over […]

City

This Week’s Healthy Life

In the new issue of Healthy Life: EAT LOCAL: The Area’s Best CSA Programs How to get local, farm-fresh produce all summer long — without […]

Sports

Jamie Moyer Will Be the Phillies’ Fifth Starter

The first thing to understand is that this is not an impassioned case for Kyle Kendrick’s candidacy as the Phillies’ fifth starter. Those of us […]

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Brandywine River Art Museum Provides ‘Sensory-Friendly’ Weekend Events For Children With Autism

Brandywine River Art Museum Provides ‘Sensory-Friendly’ Weekend Events For Children With Autism

Thanks to PECO Sensory Friendly Saturdays, there’s an even more creative way to get kids of all abilities involved in the arts.

Presented by PECO

Guide to Aging Well

Guide to Aging Well

The ultimate resource for planning for your future.


Jon Runyan Runs For Congress

South Street Calms Down. But only after a weekend of flash mobs. No wonder you don’t go there anymore. [Inquirer, 6abc.com] Health Reform Passes — […]

City

Al Capone Is Dead

People seemed to get overly excited recently when state senator John Rafferty, the Gandhi of Pennsylvania beer lovers, announced that he would once again take […]

Culture

Thin Evidence

A few nights ago, I was curled up on the couch with my boyfriend when the new Victoria’s Secret commercial popped on the screen, promoting […]

Culture

What to Do Tonight

It’s only fitting that all this rain is rolling in, since this is officially National Water Week, as designated by whomever it is that designates […]

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