Bryan Turner claims one Philly cop told him he hoped Turner would get “caught in the line of fire.”
The confrontation actually started hours earlier over, yes, a parking dispute.
$650 to India, $472 to Japan, and $269 to Jamaica (those are round-trip!) are some serious COVID-era airfare deals.
Plus: State liquor police take it way easy on Philly-area bars amid COVID. And why you can’t watch the Eagles game with your friends.
Plus: $25,000 reward in hit-and-run of bicyclist. And how Trump could win Pennsylvania. Again.
A man says police pierced his skin to the bone with rubber bullets. A woman says she and her young kids were tear-gassed on her porch.
Whether you need a “designer” mask, some doohickey that opens doors and presses buttons for you, or mint mask spray, they’ve got it.
You’re all cooped up in the house together. That damn Zoom camera is looking at your kid all day. Brandi Davis explains how to make it work.
“It was terrifying,” says one woman of what she saw when she walked into the mayor’s bar.
“You need to calm your city down,” says a relative of the late Allen Mikell. “Before somebody burns it down over something that didn’t happen.”
Philly’s most successful dining mogul insists the brand is still strong. And I’m inclined to believe him.
“We are continuing our work to ramp up our testing capacity,” says a spokesperson for Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Rachel Levine.
Of course, the county where Kenney ate inside has drastically fewer cases of COVID-19 than we do. But, hey, Vetri’s known for his great pastas — not for his great logic.