The embattled state Senator compares the county’s process — which endorsed opponent Amanda Cappelletti — to the Iowa caucus debacle, calling it “unlawful” and “blatantly improper.”
How a cluster of talented authors and one low-key but incredibly influential writing group called the Claw are making Philly a lit hotbed.
Rumors had swirled that the trolleys would disappear for good after SEPTA replaces them with buses on Sunday.
We spoke to film buffs about what the closure means for the city’s already anemic independent cinema scene — including the director of the Philadelphia Film Society, who said “Never say never” when asked about a possible acquisition of the theater.
The city hasn’t been ambitious when it’s mattered.
Harriett’s Bookshop owner Jeannine A. Cook describes her store as “if black girl magic were a bookshop.”
For starters, there’s only one event occurring this year.
This location — open Friday and offering free coffee all weekend — will be the first to offer hot pre-made Italian and turkey hoagies.
Our regularly updated list of where party elites are throwing their weight.
A newly announced $18 million boost could effectively provide a trail network extending from Philly to Exton.
As we move toward a new year and Kenney heads into his second mayoral term, we consider his first.
While you cozy up at home for the holidays, take a gander at the season’s most beautiful sights.
State park professionals are looking for opinions.
Two people remained missing on Friday afternoon.