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City Life

Asa Khalif Is Running for Philadelphia City Council. Is City Council Ready for Him?

In November, Asa Khalif announced his candidacy — and he might just have a shot.

City Life

Jim Kenney Is the Most Ambitious Mayor Philly Has Ever Had

Why doesn’t anyone know that?

City Life

Has Temple University Lost Its Way?

The university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next. Does Temple know what it wants to be?

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Business

Philly’s Spark Therapeutics Is Revolutionizing Medicine

But can the CHOP-backed start-up revolutionize the city’s economy, too?

City Life

Meet Mike Newall, Poet Laureate of the Opioid Epidemic

The Inquirer columnist has a simple mission: to make sure you don’t look the other way.

City Life

The Badass Days of Boring Bob Casey

He was the U.S. senator nobody noticed. Then came Donald Trump.

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The Court Jester of Philly Pot Isn’t Smiling Anymore

N.A. Poe helped make Philly a great weed town. Then things got weird.

City Life

Jeffrey Lurie’s Long, Strange Trip

After more than two decades, the Eagles owner is still searching.

City Life

Bill Cosby On Trial

How, if his scores of accusers are to be believed, did one of America’s most iconic entertainers hide his dark side for five decades?

Property

Is King of Prussia the New Promised Land?

KOP and the quest to make the suburbs hip.

City Life

Mike Rossi’s Endless Marathon

The Internet made Mike Rossi famous — right before it ruined his life.

City Life

Tom Wolf’s Crash Course in State Government

Why, nearly two years into his term as governor, has he accomplished so little?

City Life

My Dad and the Talk

A man of few words, my father finally found some.

City Life

Can John Middleton Make the Phillies Champs Again?

Tobacco billionaire John Middleton has stepped up as the face of the franchise and the man calling the shots. Is the old-school organization ready for his hard-charging ways?

City Life

Why the Sixers Stopped Trying to Lose

Inside the end of the most controversial plan in sports.