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City Life

Here’s the Scathing Investigative Report on the City’s Response to Civil Unrest in 2020

City Controller Rebecca Rhynhart’s damning report comes after investigators interviewed dozens of residents, city leaders and police officials but, notably, not Jim Kenney.


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Foobooz

I Learned to Love Outdoor Winter Dining — and You Can, Too

City Life

Who, Exactly, Is Philly Fighting COVID?

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Property

Just Listed: Modern Townhouse in Queen Village

Find It PhillyWhat you need, when you need it.

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Property

Just Listed at the Shore: West Coast Beachfront House in Stone Harbor

California cool in a house with a Jersey Shore soul.

Property

1849 Horse Farm in Chester Springs

Burning Tree Farm sits amid hundreds of acres of preserved farmland.

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City Life

Pour One Out for the PA Treasury Twitter Account

The state treasury has one of the best political accounts in all the land. But with Joe Torsella’s shock defeat this week, its days are numbered.

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NextHealth PHL

This Philly Scientist’s Technology Helped Make the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Possible

Drew Weissman, a professor of infectious diseases at the University of Pennsylvania whose technology the promising vaccine is based on, explains how it works.

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Be Well Philly

6 Gorgeous Philly-Area Hikes Near Breweries

Spend your weekends exploring great hikes near local craft breweries that offer socially distant pick-up or seating options.

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City Life

Al Schmidt Isn’t a “RINO.” And He Isn’t Hiding Corruption

Keep the city commissioner’s name out of your mouth, Mr. President.


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Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Keep up with the news surrounding the coronavirus outbreak in Philadelphia.


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Property

Just Listed: Updated Workingman’s Row House in Fairmount

A tree grows in its backyard. But not just any old tree.

Foobooz

The Foobooz Guide to Not Cooking This Thanksgiving

Let Philadelphia’s chefs, bakers, and French-pastry makers do all the cooking this year.

a portion of a transcript in a Pennsylvania voter fraud lawsuit in which a Pennsylvania judge asks a Trump lawyer if there's actually any evidence of voter fraud
City Life

Trump Lawyer to Pennsylvania Judge: Nope, I’ve Got No Evidence of Voter Fraud

President Donald J. Trump has been aggressively pursuing voter fraud in the courts — but in Montgomery County, even his own lawyers admit there’s no grand conspiracy afoot.

west philadelphia activist anthony smith, who has been charged with setting a Philadelphia police car on fire
City Life

Judge Sends Anthony Smith Home After Receiving More Than 70 Letters of Support for the Activist

The West Philly resident will remain on a minimally restrictive form of house arrest until he goes to trial on charges that he participated in the arson of a cop car.

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Philadelphia Wedding

FYI: You Can Get Married for Free at PAFA on November 29th

The civil ceremonies focus on LGBTQIA+ couples. Here’s how to say “I do.”

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8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

Local health experts help us determine what’s true and what’s false about COVID-19.


City Life

Yes, Biden Won. Now Can We Talk About How His Campaign Nearly Blew It in Philly?

Black voters in Philly came up big for the new President-elect — but there are warning signs in the numbers.

City Life

13 Winners and Losers From the 2020 General Election

You know Joe Biden is a winner and Donald Trump is a loser. But the election had ripple effects far beyond the top of the ballot. Here’s who came out on top — and who didn’t.

NextHealth PHL

Meet the Founder of Philly’s First Black-Owned Biotech Manufacturer

Tia Lyles-Williams, CEO of LucasPye Bio, is carving a path to bring more affordable drugs to market — and to make her industry more inclusive.

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Be Well Philly

And Now, a Charity Run From Four Seasons Total Landscaping to the Four Seasons Hotel

The 11-mile Fraud Street Run will take place on November 29th.

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