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Philly Is Apparently the Most “Facial-Hair Friendly” City in the U.S.

That, of course, comes as no surprise to our bearded denizens — especially ahead of the Philadelphia Beard Festival later this month.


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Why One Woefully Underpaid Philly Actress Exposed Her Income on Tax Day

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WATCH: Jimmy Fallon Visits Philly Family for Surprise Dinner Party

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Mayor Kenney: Philly’s Oldest Prison to Close by 2020

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How Mount Airy’s Malcolm Nance Became a Hero of the Resistance

The former Navy covert-ops man is the cable news talking head everyone turns to for the truth.

News

You Can Own Dodo Hamilton’s Treasures

Among the items that will be auctioned in April are a Cezanne and a jaw-dropping diamond ring.

The Best Thing This Week

Best Thing: The Ben Simmons/Donovan Mitchell Word War

When is a rookie … not a rookie?

City

Woman Who Shared Philadelphia Starbucks Arrest Video Tells Her Story

The controversial video has been viewed more than four million times in less than 48 hours.

City

Fired SEPTA Cops Charged With Beating Man on Frankford El Platform

Ex-officers Simcox and Lanciano turned themselves in to PPD on Thursday.

Events

300 Investors Will Gather, 34 Philly-Area Startups Will Pitch at This Year’s Angel Venture Fair

The largest convening of angel investors and entrepreneurs in the region is now in its 20th year. Here’s what you can expect at next month’s big event.


Influential Philadelphians

Influential Philadelphians

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

As they head into middle age, the “slacker” generation of Philadelphians is feeling overlooked, overworked and overwhelmed. But their chill, pragmatic approach to life might be just what we need right now.


City

Even Philly Opera Singers Are Getting Into the Sixers Playoff Spirit

The fever has officially arrived in Philadelphia.

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Philly Will Soon Be Home to the Biggest Wawa in the World

And it’s going to be very, very fancy.

City

The Soda Tax Has Had a Huge Impact on Philly’s Soda-Drinking Habits, Suggests New Study

Researchers at Drexel provide some fascinating insights into how the tax has changed the way we drink.

City

One of the Oldest Houses in Philly Is Going Up for Sheriff’s Sale

Here’s your chance to own an authentic piece of Philadelphia’s colonial past.

City

Strange Revelations: The Philly Hate Preacher Who Wants to Save Your Soul

How a currency-trading fraudster named Aden Rusfeldt became the leader of a secretive religious sect.

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Influential Philadelphians

Influential Philadelphians

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

As they head into middle age, the “slacker” generation of Philadelphians is feeling overlooked, overworked and overwhelmed. But their chill, pragmatic approach to life might be just what we need right now.


News

Dreaming of Tesla’s Model 3? You Can Now Go See One in the Philly Area

The highly anticipated electric vehicle is coming to a showroom nearby. You’ll be able to see it and sit inside of it. And if you haven’t already placed a pre-order, maybe the experience will help you make up your mind.

City

Vince Fumo’s Son Is Running for Office in Philly (and Producing a Play!)

The offspring of the ex-con former state senator dishes on the Fumo legacy, his campaign for committee person in South Philadelphia, and his upcoming theatrical work about the Italian Market.

I Love My Job

The Philly Ex-Lawyer Behind Some of the Coolest Visual Effects on TV

Justin Wineburgh moved on from a nearly 20-year career at Cozen O’Connor to become CEO of Alkemy X.

National

Philly’s ICE Office Arrests More Immigrants Without Convictions Than Any Other

Sixty-four percent of arrests from the field office that oversees Pennsylvania, Delaware, and West Virginia were of “suspects” with no criminal record.

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