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Malcolm Burnley

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Sips and the City: Interviews

Chatting with some of the of Sipsters on Wednesday, July 27th, outside Uptown Beer Garden

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There’s So Much Wrong With 97.5’s Fake Caller

“Dwayne from Swedesboro” turned out to be the invention of the station’s producers. Why that’s really troubling.

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The Quest to Save Philly’s History

Oscar Beisert has a dire message for us: Act now, before it’s too late.


We Want Answers: LeRoy Jones

The CEO of GSI Health on moving his company to Center City, foosball, and how health care is changing

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Meet the Onetime Philadelphian Leading the Fight to Destroy Superdelegates

Diane Russell wants to stick it to the Democratic National Committee.

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Scenes From a Night of Protests

Hundreds participated in three separate, largely peaceful marches on Friday evening.

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My Dad and the Father Who Wasn’t

Life in the shadow of a deadbeat grandfather.

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Meet Philadelphia’s Most Infamous Snitch

When Benny Martinez talks, he ruins lives — including his own.

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Jim Kenney’s War on Cool

No more Roots on July 4th, no more start-up vibe in City Hall — what gives, Mayor?


Social Justice Activists Clash With Kenney Over Stop-and-Frisk

At a town hall, protesters accused the mayor of breaking a campaign promise to end the controversial policing strategy.


Only One Ward Liked Obama and Bernie

Burnley: Or, six of the seven wards where Sanders won … went for Clinton in 2008.

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Hey Philly: Is it Hillary or Bernie?

As Philly prepares to go to the polls, Malcolm Burnley finds that the mood on the ground is not quite what you’d expect.

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Hillary in Philly: Scenes From the Fillmore Rally

The Democratic front-runner spoke as if she’d all but pivoted to the general election.

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Hillary in Philly: Black Lives Matter Protesters Clash With Secret Service

And our reporter got caught in the middle.


Reading Viaduct Park Would Make Getting Around Philly Easier

The project wouldn’t just beautify an old railroad. It would also improve mobility.