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City

Monday Is the Last Day to Register to Vote in the Primary Election

What are you waiting for? Do it now! (Here’s how.)


News

Will Rebecca Rhynhart Derail the City’s New Voting Machines?

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City

Is This Rich Middle-Aged White Guy From Texas the Most Revolutionary Thinker in Philly?

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The Hot Seat

Investigative Journalist Nicole Weisensee Egan on Chronicling Bill Cosby’s Fall

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City

Morning Scoop: Ed Rendell’s Upcoming Book Focuses on the "Wussification of America"

Ed Rendell and the “Wussification of America.” Ed Rendell’s upcoming book A Nation of Wusses: How America’s Leaders Lost the Guts to Make Us Great […]

Sports

10 Painful Things for Philly Sports Fans

This week in sports has left me in a bad way. It’s not really a funk I’m in—more like a slow-boiling rage. The young, exciting […]

City

Two Injured in Partial Atlantic City Boardwalk Collapse

A portion of the Atlantic City Boardwalk has reportedly collapsed. At least two people have been injured. The collapse supposedly occurred at Grammercy Place. [NBC […]

Advice

Mayor Nutter on Gay Marriage

He says he supports Obama

Culture

VIDEO: Bill Cosby Speaks to Temple’s Graduating Class of 2012

Dr. Bill Cosby delivered today’s commencement address to Temple University’s 2012 graduating class. He touches on the troubles facing young people entering today’s work force, […]

City

Police Need Help Identifying Guy Who Threw Scalding Coffee at Clerk

Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a man who more than overreacted during a dispute over whether or not he paid a clerk […]


Can Temple Find Its Way?

Can Temple Find Its Way?

Even as its national profile grows, the city’s largest university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next.


Culture

How Excited Are You That Marc Summers and Double Dare Are Coming Back?!

Who wouldn’t want to be on Double Dare with Marc Summers? Show us a person who doesn’t want to be on Double Dare with Marc […]

National

Chris Christie Vetoes Health Care Exchange Bill

Chris Christie has vetoed New Jersey’s proposed health exchange bill. New Jersey’s governor said today that it would have been premature to enact the bill […]

City

Parents of Duck Boat Victims Ask City for a Memorial

The parents of the two Hungarian tourists that died in the Duck Boat tragedy of 2010 have asked that the city honor their children with […]

City

Smokers Need Not Apply for Doylestown Jobs

A new measure prevents smokers from being considered for job openings in Doylestown Township. The rule won’t be applied to current employees and will not […]

Culture

Jersey Might Help Kids Hang On to Their Facebook Passwords

An Assembly committee in Jersey has approved measures that would prohibit schools and businesses from asking for your usernames and passwords to social media sites. […]

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City

Kobayashi to Set Cheesesteak Record at "New" Harrah’s Philadelphia

Yeah, Philadelphia has a Harrah’s now that the casino decided it would be a good idea to ditch the Chester name from its marquee. To […]

National

Mayor Nutter Commends President Obama for Support of Gay Marriage

Mayor Michael Nutter issued the following statement in response to President Obama vocalizing his support of marriage equality: “I commend President Obama for his clear […]

National

Celeb Scoop: Hey Veterans, Bradley Cooper Has Your Six

Hey Veterans, Bradley Cooper Has Your Six. Bradley Cooper—along with Alec Baldwin, Michael Douglas, and a slew of celebs—appears in a new PSA for Michelle […]

City

Pipe Bomb Suspect Turns Himself In, Police Find Another Explosive

John Grzyminski—the man sought by police in connection with the pipe bombs discovered in a Warrington home yesterday afternoon—turned himself in to Buckingham Police this […]

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