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Rochelle Bilal handily beat embattled incumbent Jewell Williams on Tuesday. Here’s why her win is a #MeToo victory.
The Philly School
I have about 92 bow ties. Maybe 10 years ago, somebody gave me one. It looked kind of interesting, so I got another one. So […]
ood help may be hard to find, but when you’re as rich as Tom Knox, you can afford the best. When the 64-year-old UnitedHealthcare CEO […]
It was early summer, before the event that shook the country to its core — and by that I of course mean before Brad Pitt […]
We tried. We honestly tried to uphold a more intellectually refined discourse in honor of NBC News correspondent and former KYW reporter Andrea Mitchell, whose […]
’ve been reading this motivational business book, Jesus, CEO, and even though it’s not much as literature, I think I’ll highlight some passages and send […]
Even as its national profile grows, the city’s largest university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next.
Jordan Berkowitz is fond of diamonds. Two pavé diamond studs hang from his ears. Twelve diamonds mark the hours on the bezel of his TAG […]
To find our favorite cookie, we asked more than 350 pastry chefs and bakers to send us samples of their favorites. We were in search […]
A hazelnut gâteau, Chantilly cream puffs — or even straightforward from-scratch brownies — can intimidate the most accomplished home cook. But the region’s ever-expanding assortment […]
Doughnuts These heartier versions of hole-less doughnuts get their sweetness from butterscotch sauce and creamy gelato. “I added cold ice cream to warm doughnuts, because […]
ON A MUGGY Friday morning in July, the shareholders of First Penn Bank opened one of the weirder annual meetings in the company’s 82-year history. […]
Sure, a lot of people hate Terrell Owens. They say he’s full of himself, self-aggrandized, strutting around the football field like he’s walking on water. […]
The first sign that something big was changing — that the car had finally stopped skidding and we all, blessedly, remarkably, were still in one […]
I won’t pretend any of the bad things that are about to happen came as a complete surprise. I knew the difference between the public […]
He steps out of the cab and into the neon haze of Atlantic City, and his eye contact with the valet quickly leads to one […]