Jared Brey

City Life

Philly Jewish Group Calls for Opposition to Trump Stategist Steve Bannon

Young Jews demonstrated at Senator Pat Toomey’s office and the local Jewish Federation.

City Life

Can Philly Fix the Block It Razed, Then Shabbily Rebuilt, After MOVE Bombing?

The Redevelopment Authority wants to atone.

City Life

Contract That Ended SEPTA Strike in Question

Union president Willie Brown says he’s worried members may reject the deal.

City Life

ThinkFest Recap: Allan Domb on the City’s Finances

Domb wants the city to take some cues from the business world.

City Life

ThinkFest Preview: Kathryn Ott Lovell

The parks commissioner says the city can fight poverty by investing in public spaces.

City Life

Nazi-Related Trump Graffiti Found in South Philly

Swastikas appeared overnight on an abandoned store at Broad and Wharton streets.

City Life

Pat Toomey Wins U.S. Senate Race

It’s a major Republican victory in the most expensive Senate race in history.

City Life

Society Hill is Closed

As Philly changes, why does the city’s wealthiest neighborhood stay the same?

City Life

Advertising on Public Buildings Is a Sad, Terrible Thing

And Philadelphians are going to have to live with it sooner or later.

Citified

As Rail Park Rises, Chinatown Tries to Stay Chinatown

On keeping the “Loft District” from overrunning the neighborhood.

Katie McGinty, Pat Toomey
City Life

McGinty and Toomey Debate Whose Lives Matter, Trump

And one another’s failings.

City Life

Kenney, Labor Leaders Shame Trump Over Failed Waterfront Project

Our mayor on Trump: “A high school kid. A big zero. A big empty nothing.”

Citified

The Very Slow, All-of-a-Sudden Transformation of Northern Liberties

A walk around what might be Philly’s latest post-gentrified neighborhood.

Katie McGinty, Pat Toomey
City Life

Toomey and McGinty Stick to Script in Debate

But there were a few noteworthy moments.

City Life

SEPTA Union May Strike on Election Day

Local 234 will vote Sunday on whether to authorize a strike that could last through November 8th.