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A lawyer representing Walnut Street Theatre and its extremely well-paid executive director, Bernard Havard, has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Jenna Pinchbeck over comments she’s been making on social media.
Philadelphia Owes the MOVE Survivors More Than an Apology
Mayor Jim Kenney’s admission of wrongdoing is long overdue — but it’s not enough to rectify the hardship the city has caused the Africa family for nearly four decades.
Iconic Soldier Statue Returns to Delco Bar After a Series of Unfortunate Events
A bar named Callahan’s. A retired machinist named Lammy. And a story that could only happen in Delaware County.
How to Have a Hot Vax Summer and Be COVID-Safe, Too
These are the new rules for hanging out now that more and more of us are vaccinated.
Philly Announces COVID Restrictions to End on June 11th
All capacity restrictions for businesses and private gatherings will be lifted, though you’ll still need to wear a mask in public.
This Philly Journalist’s Podcast About Artificial Intelligence Will Scare the Hell Out of You
Slaughterbots. Predictive policing. Malcolm Burnley tells us all about it.
I Thought Making Money as an Instagram Momfluencer Would Be Easy
Advertisers are willing to spend big on women who show off their perfect lifestyles on Instagram. Could I fake it enough to cash in?
An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.
Not Enthusiastic About Voting for Either Larry Krasner or Carlos Vega? You’re Not Alone.
Both campaigns reveal what happens when polarizing politics negate the legitimate concerns of voters — forcing them to be conflicted at the polls.
Former Yards Brewing Company Manager Claims She Was Fired for Getting Pregnant
Gina Vasoli says the male-dominated craft-beer giant became a terrible place to work after she revealed she was having a baby.
Bee Swarms Keep Popping Up in Philadelphia. Here’s What to Do If You Spot One
Tens of thousands of flying, stinging insects have been sighted in large clusters recently. Whatever you do, don’t call an exterminator.
Penn Researchers Need Your Sweaty T-Shirts to Train Their COVID-Sniffing Dogs
The virus-detecting dogs-in-training are learning how to sniff out the coronavirus, but they need your help.
The Bizarre, Infuriating Story of Philly Fighting COVID’s Meteoric Rise and Swift Fall
A 20-something student with big ambitions and no medical experience thought he was the best person to lead Philly’s COVID vaccination efforts. The city agreed. What could possibly go wrong?
The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.
Author R. Eric Thomas on How Living in Philly Was “Life-Giving, Vibrant and Weird”
With his New York Times bestseller Here for It out in paperback this month, we talk to him about his preferred Krimpet, Wawas in space, and what that “R” stands for.
The Definitive List of Philly Athletes Trying to Make Some Extra Cash on Cameo
For a personalized shout-out from T.O., be prepared to pay $400; the budget-conscious can consider Vince Papale at a mere $55.
Dear White People: Wanna DM Me on the Latest Racist Outrage? Read This First
Every time there’s a big news story involving racism, my alerts blow up. Here’s what people say, and what I say back.
Among booked and searched travel, Florida reigns supreme as a preferred destination. Meanwhile, European hot spots like London and Paris are lagging far behind (for now).