“I realize I am not being a good businessman,” says owner N.A. Poe, an ex-felon. “I am being an activist, and this is a battleground.”
“I fucked up,” Schroeder told us, later emailing a statement, which appears here in its entirety.
In a statement announcing the removal, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney called it “a deplorable monument to racism.”
There were fewer overall incidents on Monday and overnight, but the chaos continues.
The image was captured by Merion Station-based photographer Sarah Bloom, who tells us the story behind the photo.
And yet your trash will be picked up right on schedule. (Supposedly).
Meanwhile, Philly is scheduled to migrate to the Yellow Phase next Friday. The key word being “scheduled.”
Frustrated parents turn to Pennsylvania’s top law enforcement officer after the high-end summer camp company canceled all on-site activities and offered a not exactly satisfying refund policy.
And you thought your rent was high.
Plus: Wanna have a big wedding? Go to Delaware.
ESF has cancelled all of its on-site summer programming, and parents are fighting to get their big bucks back.
We were surprised that we didn’t see “Tom Wolf Eats His Boogers” in the lineup over Wildwood.
Plus: Watch Patti LaBelle and a gospel choir tear the roof off at last night’s COVID-19 relief concert.
Avoid crowds while getting some fresh air over the holiday weekend.
Improperly tied garbage bags and people who toss their refuse into already overflowing receptacles are among the things that drive the mayor crazy.