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Philadelphia is the Worst City for Politics

This piece is one part of our How Philly Stacks Up article. Read more ways Philly has been ranked as the best, the worst, and […]


How Yardley Went From Quaint, Sleepy Suburb to Happening River Town

Before they opened the Vault brewpub in Yardley in hopes of launching an unlikely nightlife scene, the Cain family saw the sleepy Bucks County borough […]


Meet the 18-Year-Old Youth Organizer Fighting for a Greener Philly

If you’ve paid attention to the news at all this year, then you’re probably well aware of recent youth-led strikes against climate change — including […]

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Jason Segel’s Philly Series Gets a Release Date, and We Finally Know What It’s About

We’ve had a grand old time tracking the various Jason Segel Philly sightings this year as the How I Met Your Mother star was in town […]


All the Drama Over the 10-Year Tax Abatement Bill, Explained

Ah, the holidays: that ever-so-busy time when we’re tasked with reflecting on the end of the year while rushing through our gift shopping, party planning […]

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David L. Cohen Confirms He’s Cutting the Comcast Cord

Over the past three decades, few people in Philadelphia — elected officials or otherwise — have been more influential than David L. Cohen. From his […]

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We Caught Up with Thor, the Philly Bulldog Who Won Best in Show, On His Fitness Routine and the Importance of Treats

On Thanksgiving, there are two types of people: those who watch football and those who watch adorable doggos prance around in friendly competition. (Can you […]


Chesco DA Announces More Charges in Mariner East Investigation

The Chester County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday announced a second round of criminal charges in its ongoing investigation of the contentious Mariner East pipeline […]


The Library’s New “Experience Pass” Gets You Into Some Incredible Places for Free

Owning a library card just got a lot sweeter. The Free Library of Philadelphia just launched a new program called the “Experience Pass,” and it […]

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Report: University City District Expects $2.1 Billion Worth of Construction to Start in 2020

University City has seen big changes in the past 10 years: new skyscrapers, new industries, new restaurants, and the promise of plenty more to come. […]

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Here Are All the Philly Write-In Votes From the November Election

Philadelphia’s new voting machines may have some issues (if you haven’t read this alarming New York Times story about what happened in Northampton County on […]

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How the City Could Influence the Future of the PES Refinery Site

There’s been considerable talk about if (and how much) the city could influence the future of the Southwest Philadelphia site now home to the bankrupt […]

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Hundreds of SEPTA Buses Have Free WiFi … When You Can Get It to Work

The other day, one of my colleagues was riding SEPTA’s 42 bus to 15th and Walnut when he noticed a message crawling across the bottom […]

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Turkey Day Q&A: Philly Thanksgiving Day Parade Co-Host Rick Williams

The Philly Thanksgiving Day Parade is 100 years old, and it wouldn’t be a Philly Thanksgiving Day Parade without 6ABC’s television coverage featuring hosts Rick […]

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The Trailer for Jason Segel’s Philly-Shot Show Is Here

It was exactly a week ago when we told you it was time to say goodbye to Jason Segel, because production on his Philly-shot AMC […]