Terrill Haigler, better known as Ya Fav Trashman, on why he’s running for City Council At-Large and how cleaning up trash in the city could improve everything from gun violence to educational attainment.
The latest chapter in the ongoing drama surrounding the celebration of America’s 250th anniversary in 2026.
We reached out to Philly’s previous mayors to see how they handled interactions with families of homicide victims.
Two opposing camps in Philadelphia are vying to dictate how the country celebrates its upcoming Semiquincentennial, complete with accusations of cronyism, sexism, double-dealing and bad faith. But hey, why should our 250th anniversary be different from anything else these days?
If you’ve got a day to spend in these buzzy Riverwards neighborhoods, here’s an itinerary to get you started.
If you’ve got a day to spend in the GradHo neighborhood, here’s an itinerary to get you started.
In the aftermath of the shooting, Temple journalism school dean David Boardman wrote that “maybe it’s time to show what a slaughtered seven-year-old looks like.” Here, he explains why he thinks the change in media coverage strategy is necessary.
The CEO of FS Investments has quietly amassed powerful friends and lots of money. Now he’s ready to fix Philadelphia’s problems.
The wealth tax, which could raise up to $280 million annually, targets directly held stocks and bonds. But it’s still a long shot in Council.
Ben Simmons has been traded to the Nets for James Harden. Rejoice!
Here’s what we know and what you can do.
A whistleblower alleges that Vax21, a company founded by Andrei Doroshin’s father that operates clinics in multiple states, features problems strikingly similar to those that plagued PFC — including the involvement of Andrei himself. After inquiries from Philly Mag, the Georgia health department has “terminated” Vax21 from its vaccine program.
From satanic rituals to mudslinging school-board campaigns to an anonymous gossip column straight out of Bridgerton, what the heated politics in Philly’s most purple collar county say about the state of, well, everything.
Tune into ThinkFest on Tuesday, November 9th at 4 p.m. for our discussion with Brad Ingelsby.