Attacked by Trump and targeted by his base, the embattled Republican explains why this term will be his last.
Why he remains silent during performances, his advice for aspiring magicians, and why he doesn’t call Philadelphia “Philly.”
Now that 2020 is (mercifully) more or less behind us, it’s time to take a look back at the year that was.
Alas, success comes with its share of issues.
The director of CHOP’s Vaccine Education Center talks side effect anxiety, distribution timelines, and why there’s just no arguing with anti-vaxxers.
“I’ve never experienced anything like this,” said singer-songwriter WALLIS on Thursday night as her single “Lonely Christmas” breached 100,000 YouTube views.
From tire juggling to playing Santa behind a plastic wall, five performers tell us how they’ve adapted their Christmastime acts.
“It’s just a way for people to show off a little during these dark times,” says Father-of-the-Year candidate Mike Kane. “And for others to find joy.”
The meteorologist who brought total winter snow predictions to Philadelphia 23 years ago explains why climate change is forcing him to retire them.
This and four other takeaways from our conversation with Philadelphia streets commissioner Carlton Williams.
Cathy Beazley alleges things got scary after she repeatedly rebuffed the advances of Michael DelCiello, a senior vice president at the corporation.
The West Philly filmmaker interviewed the family of the developer as well as Michael White, the man who stabbed him to death in Rittenhouse Square in 2018.
And Kayne West got 2,387.5 percent more votes than Elizabeth Warren. (Ouch!) These and other sad, surprising, and sometimes downright silly observations from Philly’s write-in votes in the 2020 presidential election.
“The parade has always been a political event,” says one Mummer. “And if there can be parties in the streets for Joe Biden and big demonstrations for this and for that, then they can’t stop the Mummers.”