For Terrill Haigler, solving Philadelphia’s trash issues is about so much more than clean streets. Is his eager idealism just what the city needs — or will he get swallowed by the muck?
Philly’s David Sylvester Has Hugged More Than Half a Million People, and He’s Not Quitting Anytime Soon
He started his idiosyncratic quest 20 years ago in the aftermath of 9/11. This year, thanks to him, September 12th will be celebrated as National Hug and High-Five Day.
A high: Jim Kenney landing $1.4 billion in federal COVID relief. A low: learning Tom Farley okayed the destruction of MOVE victims’ remains.
The former municipal golf course at FDR Park became an indispensable natural refuge for many locked-down South Philadelphians over the past year.
2020 has sucked, but at least we still have the big orange furball.
In a year where social media was more vital than ever, these Philadelphians stood out.
Terrill Haigler, best known as @_yafavtrashman on Instagram, talks about aggressive rodents, becoming the public face of sanitation workers, and three simple things you can do to help his colleagues speed up trash collection.
The Pandemic Canceled Michael Smerconish’s Tour, So He Recorded His One-Man Show in an Empty Bucks County Theater
Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Talking was written to be performed in theaters. It will air on CNN on Saturday night instead.
Angelica Estevez, a first-generation immigrant and senior at Girls’ High, on starting at Cornell in the fall.
The Flyers left wing is back home and reflecting on an NHL season in limbo.
In an instant, the crisis changed everything about how we live. A dozen perspectives on what that meant.
Thomas Jefferson University population health expert David Nash wants to enlist people who’ve lost jobs to the shutdown.
“Is the coronavirus still here?” “Is the coronavirus here at night?” A child trauma expert helps me answer my toddler’s burning questions and my own.