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We’re at a point in this deadly pandemic where those of us who are determined to stay safe can no longer waste our energy trying to save those who clearly couldn’t care less.
This Police Bodycam Video From the Kohl’s Parking Lot Incident Tells More of the Story
The Delco DA’s Office reviewed the footage and determined that Haverford Township police did not use excessive force.
What a Drexel Epidemiologist Says About Sending Kids to Summer Camp This Year
Parents, you’re not going to like it.
Defiant Gym Raises $1,000 Per Hour in Legal Defense GoFundMe
Plus: Philly health commissioner Tom Farley tells Philadelphians, “Don’t go to the beach.”
Questlove, Patti LaBelle, Daryl Hall, DJ Jazzy Jeff Unite for COVID Relief Concert
You can watch it on TV or online this Thursday.
I Tried It: Rite Aid’s Do-It-Yourself COVID-19 Test
If you’ve ever wanted to tickle your brain, now is your chance.
Now That We Work From Home, My Husband and I Have Front-Row Seats to Each Other’s Professional Lives
And it’s weird.
An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.
50 Actual Good Things That Have Happened in Philly During the Coronavirus Crisis
Everything was terrible — except when it wasn’t.
Best Thing: A Penn Student Made This Stop-Motion Video of Her Daily Commute
Get ready to feel nostalgic for the Before Coronavirus Times!
Join Philly Mag for a Virtual Secrets From the C-Suite Event Series
Skai Blue Media founder and CEO Rakia Reynolds, our special guest, will talk with us about future-proofing work and the workplace.
I Didn’t Like to Cook Before the Pandemic. I Don’t Like it Now
Go ahead and post your sourdough selfies and your precious pandemic paella pics — just leave some chicken fingers in the freezer section for me.
Local Business Owners Begin to Revolt Against Pennsylvania Coronavirus Shutdown Orders
“We’ve done what they told us to do,” says barbershop owner Nichole Missino. “It’s time to let us back to work. And if they won’t do that, we’ll do what we have to do.”
The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.
Here Are All the Businesses That Have Received Money from Philly’s Coronavirus Relief Fund So Far
Some examples: $60,000 for Nuts to You, $40,000 each for Michael Solomonov’s Abe Fisher and fancy Rittenhouse boutique Joan Shepp, and $25,000 for Marc Lamont Hill’s Germantown book shop.
Everything You Need to Know About Filling in Your Surprisingly Complicated Mail-In Ballot
It’s not as simple as checking off a few boxes. A Philadelphian’s guide to making sure your vote in the Pennsylvania primary is counted.
Single Philadelphians Are Still Seeking Love…Or a One-Night Stand
FaceTime dates, casual sexting, in-person hookups — coronavirus may have shut down society, but dating in Philly is still going strong.
Yes, You Can Actually Lie on a Jersey Shore Beach This Weekend
Previously, you couldn’t sit on the beaches. That’s beginning to change.