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Is Philly Really Less Corrupt Than It Used to Be?

No. And let’s kill this narrative right now, please.


Two Philly Activists Slapped With $600 Tickets Over Messy Toomey Protest


Seth Williams Sentenced to Five Years in Prison


“Trump Rat” Makes Its Hideous Philly Debut

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Neighborhood Group Will Drop “Newbold” From Its Name

The name always riled some longtime Point Breezers.


Nutter Spoke at the DNC and Somehow Didn’t Perform “Rapper’s Delight”

Clinton gets stuff done, he told the crowd.

Front page of MANUTTER.com

Michael Nutter’s New Website URL Is Manutter.com

It touts his ability to do “Rapper’s Delight.”

Petition: Keep the Broad Street Parking Ban Going

And most of the signers, organizers say, live close to South Broad.


Obama Doesn’t Approve of Your Pathetic Voter Turnout, Philly

In a speech for the ages, the president urged Americans to do a radical thing: Vote for mayor.

The Really Important Criminal Justice Conversation You Missed

It happened on Day 2 of the DNC.


Police: Actually, No One Has Been Arrested at the DNC Yet

If all goes according to plan, protesters won’t face any charges this week for disorderly conduct—thanks to a new city law.


Kenney: Trump’s GOP Is the New Know-Nothing Party

“Whether our families came to this country in 1776 or 1976 or 2016, this country belongs to all of us!”


WATCH: Supercut of Darrell Clarke Attacking Donald Trump

“He might send you back to where he thinks you came from!”

Desperately Seeking Seth

After a year of scandals, feuds and baffling decisions, the once-promising D.A. has even his friends wondering: What on earth is Seth Williams thinking?

DNC Guide: The Parties and Events

The actual convention is hardly the most exciting thing happening in town. So whether you’re here for her or here to drink, there’s an event, festival or shindig for you.


Kenney, Other Philly Pols Added to List of DNC Speakers

Five new speakers were announced today.


Where Will Black Lives Matter Go From Here?

Local minds weigh in on what they hope to see next.


Philly Workers and Businesses Might Get a Big Tax Cut … In Two Years

State lawmakers just passed a bill that would let Philadelphia enact major tax reform.

Where Philly’s First Nine Community Schools Will Be

The Kenney administration hopes to establish social and health services centers at neighborhood schools around the city.

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