Philadelphia’s longest running jazz club pivots to a livestream only model for the foreseeable future.
Yes, the convenience-store chain just announced the world’s first drive-thru-only Wawa.
“I haven’t seen so many middle fingers since I graduated from Cardinal Dougherty,” says the most hated man in The Villages.
And, no, it’s not a good kind of record.
Plus: One of Larry Krasner’s biggest friends comes out against him.
But they’re not exactly issuing a lot of citations for COVID violations.
Plus: South Jersey gym owners finally arrested for illegal reopening. And so much for the start of MLB.
The City Controller talks about the game you can’t beat her at and the importance of leadership in a crisis.
Not bad for a guy who was just resentenced to ten years in prison last July.
Plus: City of Philadelphia managing director Brian Abernathy says a Black person should replace him.
Meanwhile, a separate suit was simultaneously filed by residents and protesters in West Philly surrounding police activity at a protest there.
Plus: Rachel Levine has some potentially bad news for all of us.
They claim their First Amendment rights to free speech were violated when the police department punished them over their social media activity, some of which was deemed violent and racist.
Plus: Mike Pence manages to avoid a potentially germy fist bump with John McNesby. And Philly wants to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup.