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City

Mayor Kenney, Tear Down the Rizzo Statue Right Now

The Mayor chose to polish and protect a symbol of Philadelphia racism at the exact moment it should have been removed forever.


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Opinion

OPINION: Philadelphia’s Anti-Racism Riot Was a Cry From a City That’s Had Enough

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News

PHOTOS: Peaceful George Floyd Protests in Philadelphia Turn Violent

City

Here Are All the Places You Can Drop Off Your Mail-In Ballot

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Opinion

I Won’t Vote for Joe Biden, the Lesser Racist, Until I Have To in November

No, I’m not supporting Trump. But I just can’t bring myself to vote for the presumptive Democratic nominee — who has his own history of racism — in the Pennsylvania primary.

philadelphia mayor jim kenney at a press conference where he said he wants to reason with people who ignore coronavirus guidelines, not make arrests
Coronavirus

Kenney Wants to “Reason” With People Who Flout COVID Rules, Not Make “Mass Arrests”

Plus: Wanna have a big wedding? Go to Delaware.

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Suburbs

Main Line Parents Irate at Prestigious ESF Summer Camp Over “Ridiculous” Refund Policy

ESF has cancelled all of its on-site summer programming, and parents are fighting to get their big bucks back.

Politics

Inside Nikil Saval’s Progressive, Virtual Campaign For State Senate

Saval, a former magazine editor and founding member of Reclaim Philadelphia, was planning to take on 12-year incumbent Larry Farnese with an army of door-knockers. Now he’s doing it over Zoom.

anti-tom wolf aerial advertising at the jersey shore over memorial day weekend
Coronavirus

Governor Wolf Targeted in Third Grade-Level Aerial Advertising at the Jersey Shore

We were surprised that we didn’t see “Tom Wolf Eats His Boogers” in the lineup over Wildwood.

The Best Thing This Week

Best Thing: The Phanatic Is Toast

Mascot-free baseball! It’s what we should have had all along.


Love, Money, Sex, Cheating: The Real Stories of 10 Philly Marriages

Love, Money, Sex, Cheating: The Real Stories of 10 Philly Marriages

An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.


Secrets From the C-Suite

Join Philly Mag for a Virtual Secrets From the C-Suite Event Series

GoPuff co-founders and co-CEOs Rafael Ilishayev and Yakir Gola, our special guests, will talk about how the company became essential during a global pandemic.

south philly store caught price gouging by the pennsylvania attorney general's office
Coronavirus

Price Gouging Still a Huge Problem at Stores Like This One

Plus: Watch Patti LaBelle and a gospel choir tear the roof off at last night’s COVID-19 relief concert.

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Things to Do

Things to Do Outdoors Over Memorial Day Weekend That Don’t Involve Going Down the Shore

Avoid crowds while getting some fresh air over the holiday weekend.

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City

Rebecca Rhynhart Won’t Say She’s Running for Mayor, But She Sure Sounds Mayoral

In discussing her counter-proposal to Mayor Kenney’s controversial post-coronavirus budget plan, the city’s Controller says that Philadelphia must re-envision itself like a business, not “hit people when they’re down” by raising taxes.

An overflowing trash can in FDR Park during the Philadelphia coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus

Dear Philly: Mayor Kenney Hates How Trashy You’re Being During the Pandemic

Improperly tied garbage bags and people who toss their refuse into already overflowing receptacles are among the things that drive the mayor crazy.

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Beyond Condoms, Cheese Puffs and Beer: How GoPuff Became Essential

Beyond Condoms, Cheese Puffs and Beer: How GoPuff Became Essential

The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.


Coronavirus

In a Post-Lockdown World, Philly Tourism Eyes a Reset

A $7.6 billion annual industry screeched to a halt in the wake of coronavirus. But will economic reopening actually lead to a rebound anytime soon?

Opinion

Now Is the Time for Penn and Philly’s Other Big-Money Nonprofits to Pay PILOTs

The ongoing debate over what universities and hospitals — who aren’t required to pay property taxes — should be contributing to the city’s coffers gets an added wrinkle during a pandemic-triggered economic free fall.

Ayla Wolf who was charged by Bellmawr police with "organizing a protest" at the reopened Atilis Gym
Coronavirus

Police Charge Woman With “Organizing a Protest” at Rogue Atilis Gym

The gym has now raised over $40,000 — yes, $40,000 — in two days for a “court relief” GoFundMe.

a screenshot from police bodycam video taken during the incident at the Kohl's parking lot in Havertown
Suburbs

This Police Bodycam Video From the Kohl’s Parking Lot Incident Tells More of the Story

The Delco DA’s Office reviewed the footage and determined that Haverford Township police did not use excessive force.

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