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The City Commissioners have opened seven “satellite election offices,” with 10 more to come soon, where you can register to vote and cast a ballot — technically a mail-in ballot — before Election Day.
Scott Gabriel Knowles Is on a Quest to Understand What the Pandemic Reveals About Americans
In his daily livestream interviews, the Drexel University disaster expert talks to officials and researchers who are trying, like he is, to understand how America can evolve.
Sneak Peek: Inside Philadelphia Magazine’s September Schools Issue
What’s the best school for your kid? Our all-new rankings of the top high schools in the city and suburbs—oh, and why it’s time to ignore those rankings.
Best Thing: The Kids on the Sixers Stepped Up
They are managing, somehow, to make basketball fun.
At the Shore: Oceanfront Contemporary in Longport
Short on decks, long on Moderne style.
Is It Just Me, or Do the Philly Feds Really Hate Larry Krasner?
Our U.S. Attorney took Krasner to task (again) for the way he’s handled serious crimes in the city. Plus: The mail-in ballot plot thickens, and beware the “courtesy tow.”
West African Food, But Make It Fast-Casual
10 Ways to Create Less Waste at Home
Contributing less to landfills is good for our planet. Putting less trash on the curb is good for our sanitation department. Here are a few expert-approved ways to reduce your waste footprint.
Judge Throws Out Karen Hepp’s $10 Million Lawsuit Against Facebook, Reddit and Others
The Fox 29 anchor had sued the Internet giants after a photo of her was used online without her permission.
Apartment Profile: The Chestnut
At last, a University City apartment building for the grownups.
Democratic Control of Harrisburg Would Have Huge Implications for Philly. Can It Really Happen?
A national and state effort is putting new electoral pressure on Republicans in Harrisburg, who have controlled either the House or Senate every year since 1993.
A New $10M Program Will Improve Access to STEM Opportunities for Women, Black and Latinx Students in Philly
The initiative led by GlaxoSmithKline will fund programs that close gaps in the region’s workforce pipeline and give career opportunities to underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering and math.
This Local Product Line Teaches Kids About the Good Side of Self-Care
Juniper Kids — a line of modern hair and skin products for kids, created in Fairmount — is something the whole fam can get behind.
This Philadelphia Newspaper Is Forcing Its Employees to Work from the Office During COVID-19
While most journalists are able to work remotely these days, such is not the case at the 136-year-old Philadelphia Tribune.
Nobody Is Talking About the Real Reasons Public School Kids Will Struggle This Fall
The digital divide is one thing, but socioeconomic pressures highlighted and intensified by the pandemic are creating new hurdles for the most marginalized students.
Here’s What You Really Need to Know About That Viral Mask Study
A neck gaiter didn’t perform well in the Duke University study everyone is sharing online. But the researchers weren’t really testing masks.