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LGBTQ&A: Clay Cane

Clay Cane is a New York City–based award-winning journalist, author, television personality, documentary filmmaker, and CNN.com contributor. Cane is the creator and director of the […]

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Meet the Philly Student Magazine That Just Got Credentialed to Cover the DNC

If this freaky electoral season has given us anything to be certain about, it is that diversity and inclusion are still quite an issue in […]

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WATCH: Tina Fey Announces Temple Scholarship, Shouts Out Philly on Fallon

Tina Fey announced a Temple University School of Media and Communication scholarship honoring her late father, Donald Fey, last night on the Tonight Show with Jimmy […]

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What Acel Moore Meant to Journalism — in Philadelphia and Beyond

The Civil Rights Movement and the riots that swept through dozens of American cities in the 1960s also exposed a hole in mainstream newsrooms across […]

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Columbia Journalism School’s Damning Report on That UVA Rape Story

Last night, the report by the team assigned by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism to dissect what went wrong in Rolling Stone‘s story […]

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Kane Grand Jury: Scale Back Reporters’ Shield Law Because Our Job Was Hard

A new grand jury report is calling for weakening the Pennsylvania “Shield Law” that protects journalists from being forced to reveal their confidential sources. Why, you wonder? […]

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Dear Village Voice: Please Correct Your Cool C Execution Story

In the early morning hours on Wednesday, New York’s Village Voice newspaper published a story stating that former Philadelphia rapper Cool C was to be […]

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Neshaminy School Board Member Wanted Newspaper Editors Prosecuted

We’ve told you before about the administrators at Neshaminy High School in Bucks County. Last year, student editors at The Playwickian banned the word “Redskins” […]

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Journalism Critics Question Philadelphia Daily News Cover

Oh, yeah, we should probably make note of this Daily News cover today. The paper has a 2,700-word piece on sex slavery in Philadelphia. A lot […]

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Staphmeal Blogger Needs Scooter, Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

You probably know Joshua Scott Albert better as Staphmeal, the foul-mouthed once-anonymous blogger who attacked restaurateurs like Marc Vetri and Georges Perrier with his words […]

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Everyone in Journalism Has an Agenda

You read here every day a wide variety of stories. Some offer advice. Some offer amusement. Some may make you jump for joy, while others […]

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Civic Journalism Site AxisPhilly Shutting Down

AxisPhilly, the civic local journalism start-up best known for its extensive property tax map last year, is shutting down.

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Washington Post Seems Kind of Enamored of Well-Organized Drug Ring

An important out-of-town newspaper has written an article about Philadelphia, and it’s not the New York Times! On Tuesday, the Washington Post ran an article […]

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Temple Senior Breaks Story of CIA-Senate Spying

You may have heard it in the news recently: The Senate believes the CIA spied on its computers. Dianne Feinstein said today that CIA Director […]

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LGBT History Month Icons Named

Equality Forum announced the list of LGBT icons for LGBT History Month in October, including Truman Capote, Kate Clinton, Chris Colfer, RuPaul, Don Lemon, Marlene Dietrich and many others.