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10 Burning Questions About the Inquirer‘s New Nonprofit Ownership

Three themes emerged from Tuesday morning’s formal announcement that Philadelphia Media Network — owner of the Inquirer, Daily News, and — is being placed […]

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Petition: Declare David Bowie Week in Philadelphia

The death of David Bowie has hit people hard all over the world, but Philadelphia has a special connection to the legendary performer. Philadelphians seem […]


Can Kenney Help Make White-Dominated Building Trades More Diverse?

In an interview on 900AM-WURD Tuesday, Mayor Jim Kenney said he plans to ensure that at least 45 percent of workers on city-funded construction projects are African-American. Kenney made the pledge in […]


David Bowie’s Puttanesca Recipe

There’s no doubting Philadelphia’s connection to David Bowie, from Sigma kids like Doobies owner Patti Brett to the influence the musician had on Philly-born supermodel Gia […]

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J.Crew’s Spring/Summer 2016 Wedding Collection is Here

Each time J.Crew debuts a new wedding collection, we wait with baited breath to see which so-cool fashion trend the brand is showcasing for the season—they’re the ones […]

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What David Bowie Meant to Philly — and What Philly Meant to David Bowie

By 1973, being a “Bowie kid” was an act of individual rebellion complete with its own thriving subcultural support group. The club of trailblazers had […]


Marc Vetri Up Next in Pat’s Steaks Guest Chef Series

Marc Vetri is next up for Pat’s Steaks Guest Chef Series. Vetri is preparing a ribeye steak with Di Bruno Bros’ mortadella, taleggio, cherry peppers, onions […]


Will Supreme Court Break the Power of Philly’s Municipal Unions?

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday heard a case that could undermine the power of Philadephia’s powerful municipal unions. The case, Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, doesn’t […]

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Neshaminy Coach Returns to Classroom

The Neshaminy basketball coach who drew national attention for apparently head-butting a referee during a game has returned to his teaching position, officials said, but […]

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WATCH: Robber Targets Buddhist Monk, Who Fights Back

A man ripped $350 out of the hands of a Buddhist monk who was attempting to play the lottery, Philadelphia Police said. Law enforcement said […]

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University of Pennsylvania Student’s Death Ruled a Suicide

University of Pennsylvania engineering student Stephen Kyle Wilshusen killed himself on December 31st making him the tenth University of Pennsylvania student to die by suicide […]


Who Has Philly’s Best Pizza?

Look, we know you people have pretty strong opinions about, well, everything, really. As evidenced by our comments section, Twitter feed, Facebook page and pretty […]

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Sixers Mailbag #10: Joel Embiid and the Sixers Future Frontcourt Rotation

This week we continue our 76ers mailbag series, where we discuss some of the pressing topics around the team. In the 10th edition of our Sixers […]

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Could Philly Get Snow Today?

Good morning Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today. We might actually get snow today in Philadelphia. It’s no sure bet, NBC10’s forecasters say […]

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Lenfest “Donates” Philly Newspapers to New Nonprofit Media Foundation

Gerry Lenfest has created a nonprofit foundation to own Philadelphia Media Network — the company that owns the Inquirer, the Daily News, and — and […]