You may want to put your dreams of new trolleys and updated subway cars on hold.
The mayor deleting all of his text messages isn’t a good look. But the real story here is about the challenges of record-keeping in a paper-free era — and the city’s failure to adapt.
Claire Sliney is gunning to become the most accomplished Penn alum in showbiz. John Legend better watch out — even he didn’t win his Academy Award until after, y’know, graduation.
You can thank Philly Mag for commissioning the artwork that spawned the deck.
Not only did he emcee the intro and shout out his hometown on Sunday, but he also made a long-distance shot — something Ben Simmons can’t even say he’s done this season.
The Kenney administration isn’t totally sold on the idea.
Melissa DePino called out the former Starbucks CEO at the Free Library on Wednesday night.
Last time the city tried to sell a LOVE Park keepsake, it received a cease-and-desist from Robert Indiana’s foundation. Don’t worry: The new ones are copyright compliant.
Former student journalists at Penn say the school’s president limited access to reporters.
Philly’s had two-term mayors ever since Wilson Goode in 1984. But challengers are in the offing.
The move is a significant escalation in the fight between publisher Terry Egger and NewsGuild members over their pension plan and stagnant salaries.
The Center City District Foundation is currently sponsoring a fundraiser to plant 200 new trees on our downtown streets.
Markelle Fultz isn’t the only athlete who failed to live up to his potential here.
One state rep’s review: “The State of the Union is that it’s a shooting gallery controlled by ammosexual gundamentalists.”
Good thing the former mayor has a bunch of other jobs to fall back on.