As a nation, we had moved on from Campbell’s. Then, last year, a bowl of Tomato and a grilled cheese sammy started sounding mighty comforting. Is this the beginning of a new chapter for Philadelphia’s favorite soup?
Newtown’s Dana O’Neil gets the inside scoop on everything from Villanova’s wild 1985 Cinderella run to Allen Iverson’s mom’s plea to Georgetown coach John Thompson Jr. to take a chance on her kid.
D.C.’s gain is Philly’s loss.
Witchcraft, Boiled Bones, and All the Other Creepy Things We Learned About PA History in This New Book
Just in time for Halloween, Dark History of Penn’s Woods is the perfect book to keep you up all night.
All across America, we boomers are finding ourselves stuck with heirlooms and mementos that we can’t give away.
Remembering Connie Mack, the Philadelphia Athletics Manager Who Led the Team for 50 Freaking Seasons
The former catcher made his major league debut 135 years ago this month, on September 11, 1886. His longevity in the dugout is a feat we’re not ever likely to see in pro sports again.
They’re grassy, shady, pretty — and lots of famous people are buried in them. Time for an educational graveyard day trip!
The Pandemic Exposed Our Broken Higher-Education System. It’s Also Given Us a Chance to Make Things Better
The chaos of COVID could mean the start of a new era in saner, fairer college admissions. Sometimes it takes a revolution to build a better world.
Richard Carreño’s new biography of John H. McFadden is simply a ton of fun.
Ritz Crackers! Girl Scout cookies! Fig Newtons! The local baking legends behind some of the nation’s most iconic snacks.
From “Philly-Style” to chocolate-dipped to floats, this city’s been keeping deliciously cool since Colonial days.
From Penn State to Temple, Penn to Ursinus and Moore, turnover is churning in the world of higher ed.