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Philly Mag Wins 8 City and Regional Magazine Awards

The City and Regional Magazine Awards, coordinated by the Missouri School of Journalism, doled out plaudits in Minneapolis on Monday for the best work to […]

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The Oldest SEPTA Key Cards Will Expire Soon, and They’re Not Even Fully Operational Yet

Remember how happy we all were, three years ago, when SEPTA finally released its futuristic Key payment system? What an improvement it was to go […]

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Gamblers Sue SugarHouse Over “Illegitimate” Decks and Botched Card Games

When you sit at a casino card table and lay your money down, you probably assume that you’re playing with a full deck and that […]

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South Philly Woman Offers $1,000 for Return of Passport Stolen From Sprouts Market

For most people who have a passport stolen, it’s an inconvenience but not the end of the world. But for South Philadelphia resident Rebecca O’Leary, […]

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In a Major Upset, Philly Nominates a Woman for Sheriff for the First Time

For the first time ever — and in a major #MeToo victory — Philly has nominated a woman to head the Sheriff’s Office. Rochelle Bilal, a […]

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SEPTA Has a Full Budget Again — at Least for Now

It’s been a whirlwind few months for SEPTA. The transit agency has been stuck in limbo and short $63 million for much of the past […]

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Here Are the Philly Primary Election Problems You Should Most Definitely Report

It’s finally here: the 2019 Philadelphia Primary election. And along with the billions of City Council candidates come billions of complaints about what goes down […]

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Meet the Husband-and-Wife Team Behind Philly’s Coolest Hotels

On the first week of January in downtown Cape May, the only signs of life are seagulls and construction crews. Workers swarm the windows of […]

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For Philly City Council, Incumbency Doesn’t Mean What It Used To

Earlier this year, City Councilman Allan Domb proposed a bill to stamp a 12-year cap on his and his colleagues’ time in office. Term limits […]

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It’s Official: Speed Cameras Will Be Installed in Philly this Year

If you’re not a big fan of the red-light cameras that have been snapping photos of offending vehicles in Philly since 2005, you’re probably not […]


Biden 2020 Rally: Road Closures, Parking Restrictions, and Logistics

Joe Biden will be spending a lot of time in Philly as he navigates the 2020 presidential race — starting this weekend. The former vice president and current […]

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Looks Like We’ll Be Seeing a Lot of Joe Biden in Philly

There’s a lot of excitement building in Philadelphia over Joe Biden. This Saturday, the former vice president of the United States is appearing at a […]


This Is the Best Worst Map of Philadelphia Ever

In the competition of the worst maps of anywhere ever, we’ve got ourselves a winner, Philly! The map pictured above presents a never-before-seen and completely […]

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What Happened to Chris Stigall After He Left 1210AM? A Podcast, of Course.

Back in March, we told you that conservative radio talker Chris Stigall was no longer at 1210AM, the Philadelphia station that broadcasts such right-wing, er, […]

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Lew Blum, the Tow-Truck King Philly Loves to Hate, Needs a Hug

Up until September 22, 2015, it was Lew Blum’s world; we just parked in it. From behind the steel-reinforced walls of his fortified bunker in […]