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These Are the 10 Most and Least Expensive Neighborhoods for Philly Renters

Philadelphia apartment rents in 2020 to date have held steady since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, and the city has retained its status as […]

Be Well Philly

Philadelphia Marathon Cancelled; Broad Street Run to Go Virtual This Year, City Officials Say

Today at a news conference on COVID-19, Mayor Kenney formally announced that in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus, all large, public events […]

City Life

How Three Black Women Are Calling Out Racism at Main Line Schools

As thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Philadelphia last month to protest racial inequity and police brutality against Black people, three Main Line […]

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City Life

Dozens of Philly Protesters Just Sued the City Over the Use of Tear Gas on I-676

The City of Philadelphia and scores of Philly police officers are defendants in two simultaneously filed federal lawsuits over the use of tear gas and […]


Memphis-Style Barbecue Comes to Spring Garden

Several years ago, we reported that Chad Rosenthal, owner of the Ambler-based Memphis-style barbecue spot the Lucky Well, had announced he would be opening a […]

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On the Market: Renovated Colonial Revival in Queen Village

As the main-floor photo above should make clear, this lovely Queen Village Colonial Revival house for sale isn’t the same house it was when it […]

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City Life

Prosecutors Investigating After Wildwood Cop Punches Man In Head Over and Over Again

A roundup of Philly news. This post may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Video: Wildwood Cop Punches Man In Head […]

City Life

Meet the 2.5 Percent: Philly’s Black Business Owners in the Arts

“Meet the 2.5 Percent” is a bi-weekly series that features stories from entrepreneurs and business owners working to recover from COVID-19, as well as damage […]

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This Morris Arboretum Proposal Began With a Stylish Photo Shoot

We might be in the midst of the pandemic, but sweet love stories keep rolling in to bring a smile to our faces and remind […]

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City Life

Current and Fired Cops Sue City for $18 Million Over Philly Police Facebook Post Scandal

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Cops (and Fired Cops) Sue City for […]

NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Philly Company Improving Rapid Molecular Tests for COVID-19

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email […]

City Life

Fox 29 Legal Analyst Says He Was Fired for Being “Too Pro-Black Lives Matter”

If you’re an attentive viewer of Fox 29 News, you may be wondering why you haven’t seen longtime attorney and on-air legal analyst Ken Rothweiler […]

City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: The Sounds of Summer. Sort of.

Sure, this long stretch of enforced isolation has been hard. But you know what’s made it even harder? The dead silence in our backyard. For […]

City Life

Political Scientist Daniel Q. Gillion on What Makes Protest Movements Effective

How does a protest movement translate demands into political action? This is a relevant question for the millions of Americans who have spent the past […]

City Life

The Pandemic Canceled Michael Smerconish’s Tour, So He Recorded His One-Man Show in an Empty Bucks County Theater

Michael Smerconish, the Villanova-based political commentator with two eponymous programs — weekly on CNN and daily on SiriusXM — was all set to go on […]