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The digital divide is one thing, but socioeconomic pressures highlighted and intensified by the pandemic are creating new hurdles for the most marginalized students.
“They’ve shown me ways to lose that I never knew existed.” — Mets manager Casey Stengel, on the Phils’ 23-game losing streak in 1961. “It […]
Earlier this year, Eagles president Joe Banner lamented that folks in Philly don’t seem to have much love for Birds owner Jeff Lurie. “I can’t […]
Is Stephen Starr looking at the waterfront? Bedrock Group, owners of the old Rosenbluth Travel building at 24th and Walnut, along the banks of the […]
In a one-party town like Philadelphia, the May primary, not the general election, holds all the juice. But while the five donkeys vying for the […]
It’ll be a big commission, but Voorhees realtor Erica Lacey is working for every dime. She’s the listing agent for the region’s most famous (or […]
Why would anyone in his right mind drive the Conshohocken Curve at 8 a.m.? It usually takes about 20 minutes to get through the delay, […]
An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.
Tyler Ritter, Class of ’07 Not only does the son of the late, lovable Three’s Company buffoon John Ritter boast an impressive 500-plus Penn friends; […]
How did you prepare for the competition? I had a couple of almanacs — I was more worried about breadth than depth. I focused on […]
It seems it was only a Bur-berry season or two ago that we discovered we had to start strategizing shortly after Lamaze to get our […]
Sometimes it’s cool to be running a magazine. For about 10 days in late March, I did little else but ask beautiful women to take […]
I like to think of this magazine as the chronicler of the soap opera that is the Philadelphia region. Like any good daytime drama, we […]
The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.
I realized I needed a break from Philadelphia when I was so fed up with the state of things that I started writing a column […]
Long before Grover Norquist and Karl Rove became GOP superstars, they were trained in the political arts by Morton Blackwell, who now heads the Leadership […]
I was away when he was in town a month ago, and by all accounts, I missed out on something important and highly entertaining. Norman […]
The Surveillance Scam