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Philadelphia’s four newly elected Black City Councilmembers on the removal of the Rizzo statue, police brutality, and the roots causes of outrage.
Billions of dollars were sitting in the ballroom of the Philadelphia Marriott on the eve of the presidential election last fall. Philanthropists Lynne and Harold […]
There’s a party going on inside Bryn Mawr’s most extravagant home, courtesy of its owner, Dawn Lenfest, wife of Brook, heir to the Lenfest cable-television […]
I just got a peek at a new biography about the local Roberts family, of Comcast fame. It’s called COMCASTed: How Ralph and Brian Roberts […]
All he wanted was to retire. With some dignity. With a little bit of grace. A year ago, Bill "El Wingador" Simmons wanted to retire […]
Last January, some two dozen angry black residents jammed a school board meeting in Lower Merion High School's library. They were members of Concerned Black […]
A few years ago, journalist David Brooks wrote a celebrated article for the Atlantic Monthly, “One Nation, Slightly Divisible,” in which he examined the country’s […]
An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.
On D-Day, Remembering Two South Philly “Band of Brothers” Vets
The World War II adventures of two South Philly vets are being told in the Spielberg/Hanks miniseries Band of Brothers. But don’t call them heroes: “The guys that never came home are the heroes.”
There's Room at the Inn
Nonfiction: Last Team Standing
Tuesdays With Frannie
A Nouveau Season
The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.
Much Ado About Turkey
Eat This Now: Drinking Chocolate