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Researchers from George Washington University also estimated the total lifetime taxpayer savings for 10,000 averted cases: $1.8 billion.
At ThinkFest, sportscasters Seth Joyner, Ray Didinger, and Molly Sullivan will discuss an ambitious vision — five titles for each of the city’s big-four franchises in the next 20 years.
The two-time Pulitzer winner, who’s leaving the paper at the end of the year, on being fired multiple times and the MOVE story he wishes he’d written.
If these videos are any indication, Girardi seems to intuitively understand the Philly tradition of losing your shit at sports games.
The game exhorts players to “Explore your boundaries. Touch your friends. Change the world.” But its Kickstarter campaign is foundering.
Among those who will attend Monday’s candidates forum at the Free Library’s Marrero branch: Kendra Brooks and Nicolas O’Rourke, who are hoping to be the first ever third-party at-large councilmembers.
Jared Solomon has a radical notion.
Four takeaways from the report Florida published as the culmination of his yearlong Philadelphia Fellowship.
The bill would restrict minors’ access to flavored e-cigarettes, but keep them available — in specialized stores — to everyone else.
We counted seven Scabbys (or is it Scabbies?) along 6th and Chestnut streets as part of a building trades demonstration outside the Public Ledger Building.
It’s a wild, wild world out there. Can’t hurt to be prepared for some worst-case scenarios.
It’s a place where you can pay to break stuff during the game. Apparently, the Flyers anticipate providing plenty of reasons to make fans angry this season.
Penn researcher Yphtach Lelkes wanted to quantify how uncivil social media actually is, and Twitter’s doubling of its 140-character limit two years ago offered a natural experiment.
It’s a standard practice for obituaries of famous people, but the timing is … interesting. Also recently assigned: Nancy Pelosi.