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They slobber, they stink — and they’re the only thing getting lots of Philadelphians through a very tough year. Our December issue looks at how dogs have taken center stage in 2020.
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Tom McGrath told staffers that the September issue will be his final one.
He also discussed his recent positive COVID-19 test and Republicans’ reaction to Donald Trump.
“That’s something you can’t unsee, and actually it’s something you can’t unhear.”
The duo discussed protests, recovery plans and policing at Philly Mag’s ThinkFest.
Don’t hold your breath, Emanuel told the ThinkFest audience.
The superintendent appeared as part of Philly Mag’s ThinkFest.
Philadelphia magazine is diving into the world of podcasting.
Grab a warm beverage, settle in, and read some of our top articles of the year.
We crunched the numbers on academic performance and learning environment to bring you the schools at the top of their class.
Here are 14 losers, duds, disasters, and complete embarrassments from the year past.