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Fishtown community members voted against the store this month — and now the company says it wants to continue meeting with them before moving forward.
Manayunk Inexplicably Makes USA Today’s “Best Small Town Cultural Scene” List
This is a problem for a few reasons, though we’re not gonna argue too much with USA Today’s other local picks: Doylestown and Media.
Wawa Day 2019: Free Coffee — and Michael Solomonov Making Hoagies
Wawa expects to give away more than 2 million cups of coffee during its annual celebration on Thursday.
I Love My Job: Longtime Phillies Announcer Dan Baker
He’s been behind the mic since 1972 (!!!) making him the longest-tenured public address announcer in all of baseball.
Isaiah Thomas on Why He’s a “Stronger Candidate” in Third City Council Run
Those union endorsements probably aren’t going to hurt.
What Kind of Jerk Steals Supplies From Philly’s Loyal Toad-Savers?
Toad Detour volunteers depend on their flashlights and safety vests — but someone has stolen them.
Philly’s Marian Anderson Is Getting Some Long-Overdue Love
Eighty years ago this month, the world’s most famous singer became a civil rights icon.
Even as its national profile grows, the city’s largest university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next.
All the Hip Crap Starbucks Is Trying to Push on a Reluctant Fishtown
The coffee chain wants to bring an ultra-artsy location to Frankford Avenue — but residents really aren’t having it.
Lower Merion Cop Says Male Officers Sexted Her and Tracked Her Via GPS
In a just-filed federal lawsuit, Sgt. Jo Anne Pepitone says there is “rampant sexual harassment” inside the Lower Merion Police Department.
Philly Is Incinerating Half of Its Recycling — and It’s Partly Your Fault
Think you’re saving the planet by putting plastic forks and pizza boxes in your blue bin? Really you’re just contaminating the stuff that is recyclable — and costing the city millions.
How to Spring Clean Your Mind, According to Philly Business Leaders
Five local executives explain why decluttering your mind this season is just as important as decluttering your home.
Meet the Brothers Who Think They Can Fix Northern Liberties
Do the Post Brothers have the answer for Philly’s most puzzling neighborhood?
Best Thing This Week: It’s Bryce Harper’s World
Did anyone ever have a better week than he did?
No Joke: Kenney Thinks “Overqualified” Black People Are Cause of City’s Diversity Woes
The mayor seems to lack a sincere understanding of how to address the racial disparities that have hovered over his administration since the beginning.
A Philly Photographer’s Wrenching Images of the Migrant Caravan in Mexico
“Do I have the answer — no,” says Drexel grad Ada Trillo, whose exhibit opens Friday at the University of the Arts. “But I am bringing awareness through art. That’s what I know how to do.”
A Philly Publisher Is Releasing Mean Girls Rewritten in Shakespearean Style
Quirk Books’ Much Ado About Mean Girls is out on April 23rd.