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Fishtown community members voted against the store this month — and now the company says it wants to continue meeting with them before moving forward.
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.
Even as its national profile grows, the city’s largest university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next.
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.”
Philly’s Most Epic Easter Egg Hunt Involves a Helicopter
It’ll dump thousands of eggs from the sky on Saturday.
Watch a Bunch of Philly Celebs Announce the Eagles Schedule
Football season is still five months away, but you can whet your appetite with this video featuring Philly luminaries such as Brian Dawkins, The Roots, and Jimmy Rollins.
The Atlantic City Rail Line to Resume Service Two Weeks Early
Your traffic-free beach trips can now begin on May 12th.
This Lower Merion High School Senior Is All About Women in Jazz
Olivia Hughart launches Philly’s first-ever Key of She Jazz conference next week.
Here’s What Philly’s New Leaf Blower Street Sweeping Program Looks Like
Don’t worry: You still won’t have to move your car.
Philadelphians Can Spot a NASA Rocket Launch on Wednesday
Here’s when to look to the sky.
SEPTA Key to Expand to All Regional Rail Zones Next Month
It’ll be available for weekly and monthly TrailPass holders.