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Philly Media Giant Entercom Is Doubling Down on the Future of Radio

Does anyone listen to the radio anymore? America’s second largest radio company is betting a whole lot of money that the answer is yes.

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How Yardley Went From Quaint, Sleepy Suburb to Happening River Town

New businesses have given Yardley a shot of adrenaline.

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Are Billboards as Civic Monuments the Future of Suburban Advertising?

What happened in Middletown could happen where you live.

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The Turnpike and Interstate 95 Are About to Be Connected

It’s the dawn of a new era for two of Pennsylvania’s busiest roads.

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Fact-Checking Philly History Tours: Truths, Half-Truths and Truthiness

Ten years after the city tried to crack down on guides, you still can’t believe everything you hear.

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Carl June: The Cancer Slayer

Penn Medicine’s Carl June might be the most important doctor in the world.

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Welcome to Cellacon Valley?

Philly invented the computer — then whiffed on becoming home to the tech industry. Will we do better with the next-gen medical breakthroughs we’re hatching?

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Does Every Child Need to Learn to Code?

A Main Line start-up is banking on it.

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Comcast’s Surprisingly Viral Future

Why is Philly’s most important company pouring a fortune into Buzzfeed?

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A Summer at Camp Kweebec

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Thirty-two years ago, Jay and Neil Shah’s immigrant parents bought a tiny motel outside Harrisburg. Today, the Philly-based duo is running a $1.6 billion hotel empire, and changing everything from the New York tourism biz to your local Hampton Inn

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Forget Comcast and Sunoco—the most powerful economic force in Philadelphia these days is the one making your Shorti. How our homegrown convenience store went from cult favorite … to superpower

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For more than 40 years, the Giuntas of West Chester have been going down the Shore together as a family. This time around, somebody crashed the party: our writer

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If you think it’s tough listening to radio loudmouths like Danny Bonaduce, Michael Smerconish and Angelo Cataldi, imagine being the guy who has to manage them

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Greek-born Michael Petrogiannis has built a mini-empire snapping up landmarks like the Melrose and the Mayfair. But is he saving our diners? Or sucking the soul out of them?