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Plus just-released event highlights to get you excited for Philly’s waterfront park season.
Philly Created More Jobs in 2018 Than in Any Year Since 1969
That’s according to the Center City District’s annual State of the City report. But the CCD’s findings aren’t all good news.
Philly, We’re Officially Living in an Apartheid State
When the vast amount of equity, wealth, and resources are controlled by a city’s racial minority, it’s time to start asking why.
Spruce Street Harbor Park Reopens for the Summer Soon
Plus just-released event highlights to get you excited for waterfront park season.
The No-B.S. Guide to Recycling in Philadelphia
You’d better be informed, because bad recycling habits can end up doing more harm than good.
How to Shut Down Mansplaining at Work, According to 5 Philly CEOs
These leaders explain how they take control when a colleague, client or other party oversteps.
Monday Is the Last Day to Register to Vote in the Primary
What are you waiting for? Do it now! (Here’s how.)
Even as its national profile grows, the city’s largest university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next.
Will Rebecca Rhynhart Derail the City’s New Voting Machines?
Despite a recent decision, the city controller — and other critics — cite a lack of transparency in the multimillion-dollar purchase.
Is This Rich Middle-Aged White Guy From Texas the Most Revolutionary Thinker in Philly?
Richard Vague is known in Philadelphia as a venture capitalist and a Renaissance Man.
Millennials! Get Over Your Blankies and Stuffed Animals and Grow Up Already!
Just as I become a grandma, my kids’ generation is regressing into infancy.
Sneak Peek: Inside Philadelphia Magazine’s May Issue
Are the outrageous costs of prescription drugs making you furious, too?
Investigative Journalist Nicole Weisensee Egan on Chronicling Bill Cosby’s Fall
The longtime Philly reporter talks about social media, #MeToo, and her new book, Chasing Cosby.
Best Thing This Week: The Great State Amphibian Debate
All hail the Pennsylvania snot otter!
Shakespeare & Co. Is Selling Copies of the Mueller Report
It’s printing copies from its espresso book machine.
Starbucks Pauses Plans for "Hip" Frankford Avenue Location
The company says it wants to continue meeting with the Fishtown community before moving forward.
I Love My Job: Jumoke Dada on Creating the HUE Tech Summit
The technologist says her goal with the popular conference for women of color is to have “no more hidden figures.”