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City

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.


City

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

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City

WATCH: Jimmy Fallon Visits Philly Family for Surprise Dinner Party

City

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

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Q&A

It’s Time to Dump Facebook and Google, Says Philly Internet Privacy Guru

DuckDuckGo founder Gabriel Weinberg isn’t kidding when he says big tech will continue to manipulate consumers if left unchecked. Here’s how users can disengage now.

City

Abington Senior High Won’t Rename Itself After Mega-Donor

Residents had expressed concern over the proposed name change.

City

Opioid-Related Deaths in Pa., New Jersey Outpacing National Average

The CDC says the two states are among the hardest hit by the epidemic.

City

Mother Nature Is Playing an April Fools’ Joke on Philly

Waking up to a wintry mix on April 2nd is not fun.

Advice

5 Evening Routines of Successful Philly Business Leaders

We’ve all worked to perfect our mornings, but what about the night before? Here’s how Philly business leaders wind down and set themselves up for the next day.

City

Fact-Checking Philly History Tours: Truths, Half-Truths and Truthiness

Ten years after the city tried to crack down on guides, you still can’t believe everything you hear.


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.


One of Us: Kathy O’Connell

The Kids Corner host talks punk rock and why This Is Us isn’t on her watch list.

The Best Thing This Week

The Best: Jalen Brunson Is the AP Player of the Year

It’s been a week of hoops ups and downs, yo.

I Love My Job

I Love My Job: The Peeps CEO on the Right Way to Eat the Marshmallow Candy

Real-life Willy Wonka, Ross Born, and his family have been making Peeps for 65 years. He settles the Peeps-eating debate just in time for Easter weekend.

City

Study: SEPTA Drives $3 Billion in Regional Economic Impact

What’s next for the transit agency? Securing $6 billion for much-needed improvements.

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City

Temple Tries to Ease Tensions With New Football Stadium Details

The plans were supposed to have been presented at a town hall this month.

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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.


City

Bucks County Businessman Who Bribed Seth Williams Gets Jail Time

Mohammad N. Ali will serve 18 months in federal prison.

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City

Jury Finds Man Accused of Stabbing Councilman Oh Not Guilty

A juror said the DA’s Office failed to present corroborating evidence.

City

Joe Biden Will Speak at Temple This Spring

But there’s some bad news for Biden-lovers.

Opinion

Penn’s New Food Hall: $10 Ice Cream and a Slice of Gentrification

Franklin’s Table has replaced one of the last spots where locals could feel welcome on campus.

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