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Two Lower Merion Students Want to Make Your Beach Trip 20 Times Easier
The rising juniors just launched Perfect Beach Day NJ in two Jersey Shore towns. And they already have their eyes on expansion.
Anti-Abortion Activists Are Making a Ton of Fake Online Appointments to Clog the System
“It’s technological warfare,” says one.
It’s Official: We’re Giving Mayor Kenney a Worst of Philly Award
Hell, we aren’t even doing a Worst of Philly this year. But whatever. Call it special circumstances.
Here’s Exactly How Access to Abortion in Pennsylvania Could Disappear Very, Very Easily
And why New Jersey would become the best friend of any Philadelphian seeking one, if that happens.
Ruben Amaro Jr. Talks Water Ice, Brisket and Blowing Bubbles
The former Phillies GM and player also shares why he prefers Old City to Bucks County, and what he thinks of the team’s playoff chances.
Scenes from a Weekend of Protest in Philadelphia
“As much as the feminist movement has moved mountains,” says protester Jenny Laden, “we still live with the fact that men don’t have to put up with the shit that women have to endure.”
5 Lesser-Known Philadelphia Tourist Attractions
What to do when you’ve done it all? These hidden gems will become your new go-to’s.
Fired Teacher at Elite Philly Private School Pleads Guilty in Child Porn Case
Andrew Wolf was a math teacher at the prestigious Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, and prosecutors say some of his victims included his own students.
WDAS Legend Patty Jackson on Faith, Lizzo, and Delivering “Auntie Advice”
As she celebrates 40 years on the air in Philly, Patty Jackson opens up about her life-changing medical crisis, her real name and her decades on the radio.
Dallyn Pavey’s 40-Year Search for Her Vanished Dad
In 1982, fast-living Eugene Pavey disappeared without a trace. His daughter is still searching for answers.
Realtor Wars: Keller Williams Fires Agent Who Trolled Ori Feibush’s Family On Facebook
Apparently, insulting a person’s wife and kids isn’t a great way to win friends and influence people — or keep a job.
Fired 15toKnow Employees Sue the Main Line COVID Testing Company for Racial Discrimination
The three Black women from Delco say everything was fine until the company hired a white manager, who allegedly mistreated them.
The Hustle Reviews Are In, and People Like It!
Things could have gone either way for the shot-in-Philly Adam Sandler flick.
Jeremiah Zagar on Directing Adam Sandler in Hustle and Growing Up on South Street
Filmmaker Jeremiah Zagar gets his first major studio release with Netflix’s Hustle, a Philly-shot basketball movie starring Adam Sandler.
41 Can’t-Miss Concerts This Summer
From the Roots Picnic to Sir Elton, your guide to what’s sure to be the best summer concert season ever.