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The Bicycle Coalition will gather outside the DA’s Office on Friday to protest a Philadelphia judge’s recent dismissal of charges against the driver of the trash truck that struck and killed Fredricks in 2017.
The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Catching Up With Bobby Hill
When you’re already an angel, where on Earth do you go from here?
Sneak Peek: Inside Philadelphia Magazine’s September 2019 Issue
Our September issue drops this week. In it, learn how your kids’ teachers really feel about you.
With Pa. Turnpike Lawsuit Dismissed, SEPTA Can Breathe a Big Sigh of Relief
A federal appeals judge ruled that the Turnpike’s $450 million annual payments to PennDOT (and SEPTA) are indeed constitutional.
Bicyclists to Rally for Appeal in Emily Fredricks Case
The Bicycle Coalition will gather outside the DA’s Office on Friday.
Philly’s Local TV Broadcasts Were a Masterclass in How Not to Cover a Live Shooting
From helicopter video showing police deployment to misleading breaking-news updates, Wednesday’s local TV news coverage left plenty to be desired.
Local Politicians Call for Stricter Gun Laws After North Philly Shooting
In a strong show of unity, more than two dozen officials gathered at City Hall on Thursday.
Even as its national profile grows, the city’s largest university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next.
Tina Fey Came to Philly Last Night and Proved Just How Philly She Is
"I go to Pica’s, I hit Wawa, I murder some Tastykakes," Fey said when asked what her first stops are when she comes here.
5 Takeaways From Amazon’s Meek Mill Documentary Series
“Free Meek” examines the Philadelphia rapper’s more than decade-long entanglement with the criminal justice system.
What We Know About the North Philly Shooting That Injured 6 Police Officers
The suspect in Wednesday’s hours-long standoff has been identified by police sources as 36-year-old Maurice Hill. Here’s what we know about him and the incident.
With 36 Hours of Woodstock, WXPN Leads an Aural Trip to the ’60s
In honor of the Woodstock 50th anniversary, WXPN will broadcast four days’ worth of audio from the festival, timed to line up with the set times of the original performers.
Judge Dismisses Charges Against Trash Truck Driver Who Struck Cyclist
Jorge Fretts was charged with vehicular homicide in February, more than a year after he fatally struck Emily Fredricks.
Clarkville “Silent Protest” Is a Textbook Example of How Not to Be a White Ally
Clarkville, a pizzeria in West Philly, and nearby bar Local 44 were recently faced with a series of staff protests and a subsequent mass resignation […]
You Can Now Use the SEPTA App to Add Money to Your Key Card
Welcome to the 21st century, SEPTA!
Flash Flooding Could Dampen Your Evening Commute
Heavy rains and severe storms are headed for our area on Tuesday afternoon — yet again.
The Iconic Tower Theater Spire Will Be Gone by the End of the Week
According the mayor of Upper Darby, it is structurally unsound and poses a hazard to public safety.