City

Are Philly Streets Any Safer After a Year of Vision Zero? We Look at the Report.

The ambitious initiative is progressing — but we’ve still got a long way to go if we want to reach zero traffic deaths by 2030. Here’s what you need to know.


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Events

Halloween in Philadelphia: The Ultimate Guide

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City

This Philly Writer’s Book Is Being Turned Into an FX Horror Series

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City

I Love My Job: Preston and Steve Producer Marisa Magnatta on Her WMMR Career

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City

Has Temple University Lost Its Way?

The university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next. Does Temple know what it wants to be?

My Favorite Place

Go Down for History: Nick Elmi’s Favorite Place

Top Chef winner and restaurateur on why his family has a blast in Old City.

News

One of Us: Ray Didinger

The Eagles TV analyst and WIP host talks roast pork sandwiches, the most overrated Eagle of all time, and more.

The Best Thing This Week

Best Thing This Week: Allen Iverson Gets Paid!

We were getting worried about the little dude, but it turns out he’s just fine.

Comcast

Comcast Says It’s Winning the Gigabit Internet Race

The company just hit a big network expansion milestone that gives it the power to connect millions of homes across the country to super fast internet speeds.

Openings

PHOTOS: Inside Target’s New South Philly and Devon Stores

Grand openings for each store take place this Sunday, and early birds can snag some complementary items. Here’s what you’ll find at each location.


Sneak Peek: Philly Mag’s October Issue

Sneak Peek: Philly Mag’s October Issue

Our October issue drops this week. Here’s what’s inside.

The Looming DROP Apocalypse

The Looming DROP Apocalypse

As other cities around the country dump their DROP plans, can Philly muster the will to get rid of ours — before our pension woes swallow us whole?

City

Five Takeaways From the First Year of Vision Zero

Here’s what’s become of the city’s plan to eliminate traffic fatalities by 2030.

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City

This Philly Writer’s Book Is Being Turned Into an FX Horror Series

Carmen Maria Machado’s Her Body and Other Parties was published last year.

Workplace

Here’s Why You Should Really Stop Talking About Coworkers Behind Their Backs

There are real consequences to talking smack about that colleague you hate. We’re here to help you stop.

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City

Bucks County DA Warns of “Unexploded Devices” in the Area

The devices are connected to a bomb investigation that resulted in two arrests in June.

City

Melania Trump Will Visit Philadelphia on Wednesday

The FLOTUS will focus on the opioid epidemic during her visit.

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Influential Philadelphians

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

As they head into middle age, the “slacker” generation of Philadelphians is feeling overlooked, overworked and overwhelmed. But their chill, pragmatic approach to life might be just what we need right now.


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City

I Love My Job: Preston and Steve Producer Marisa Magnatta on Her WMMR Career

She tells us what it’s like to be a part of Philly’s most popular morning radio show -- and why you should never, ever give her one of those newfangled paper straws.

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City

Chaput: There’s No Such Thing as an LGBTQ Catholic

The archbishop’s comment prompted a strong response from a well-known Jesuit priest.

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City

Uber Fired This Philly Man Over a Crime He Committed in the 1980s

Now he’s taking Uber to federal court. Should a decades-old criminal act preclude a person from being employed?

City

Traffic Police Will Crack Down Around 30th Street Station This Fall

Block the box or fail to yield to pedestrians this fall and you could face a costly fine.

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