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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.
Social Distancing and Masks Still a Huge Problem on SEPTA
“It certainly is a concern,” says SEPTA spokesperson Andrew Busch.
If Philadelphia Can’t Apologize for the MOVE Bombing 35 Years Later, How Progressive Are We?
How our local government chooses to address its role in one of the darkest days in our city’s history has now become a litmus test.
Philly’s July 4th Wawa Welcome America Celebration Will Be Virtual This Year
A reminder that life isn’t going back to normal anytime soon.
The City of Philadelphia Might Pay Your Rent If You Can’t Due to the Coronavirus
Plus: Governor Wolf threatens rogue counties amid shutdown angst. And Donald Trump tells Pa. to start opening the heck up.
Philly Is Inching Towards Reopening the Economy. But What Will the New “Open for Business” Look Like?
Counter-Protester Demands Vehicular Assault Charges After Reopen Philly Protest Car Hits Him
At Friday’s rally near City Hall, a counter-protester decided to block the caravan of cars coming up Broad Street. And then one driver hit the gas.
An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.
We’ve Always Craved Being Home. Then We Were Told to Stay There
A look at what happens when a city shelters in place.
Best Thing: No, the Phillies Didn’t Scout Donald Trump in High School
“There’s no chance,” says a scouting expert. Thank God somebody finally stood up for the integrity of our baseball team.
Join Philly Mag for a Virtual Secrets From the C-Suite Event Series
La Colombe CEO Todd Carmichael, our first guest, will speak live about navigating new business challenges amid the pandemic and preparing his company for what’s still to come.
DA Investigating “Shocking” Video of Police Incident in Kohl’s Parking Lot
Delco police tased a man twice before the video began. Then a cop repeatedly kicked and hit him while he was on the ground. But the police chief says the video doesn’t tell the whole story.
Philly Colleges Are Planning for In-Person Classes This Fall
Here’s what we know about Temple, Drexel, Thomas Jefferson, La Salle and more.
The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.
Rachel Levine to Pennsylvania: Stay Away From the Jersey Shore!
The beaches may be reopening, but Pennsylvania’s health secretary is warning Pa. residents against visiting.
After Coronavirus, Will We Ever Go Back to Wearing “Work Clothes”?
My pandemic uniform has been a pair of sweatpants and a ratty old t-shirt. I’ll be damned if I’m ever going back.
Atlantic City Casinos Now Accepting Hotel Reservations for June 1st and Beyond
But don’t expect to be arm-to-arm at the craps table anytime soon.
Philly Coronavirus News: The Battle to Reopen Barber Shops, Hair Salons, and Nail Spas
If the stop-and-go is allowed to sell 40s on the corner with “no social distancing of any sort,” why can’t a barber on the same block cut hair, reasons State Senator Anthony Williams.