City Life

I’m Tired of Black Leaders Being Brought in to Clean Up White People’s Messes

Mayor Kenney’s recent decision to promote Tumar Alexander to acting managing director continues an annoying pattern in which Black people are summoned in times of political desperation.


NextHealth PHL

Coronavirus Has Mutated Into a New, Potentially More Infectious Strain

City Life

A Eulogy for the Broad and Walnut Street Wawa

Foobooz

Eat Korean BBQ Outside at the Schulson Collective’s New Pop-Up Concept

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Foobooz

Philly-Based Food Delivery Service Black and Mobile Is Poised to Take Over the World

Just a year after launching his company, which delivers food exclusively from Black-owned restaurants, David Cabello is already entering a third city market. And he’s only getting started.

Be Well Philly

This Philly Activist Group Is Hosting Daily Yoga and Meditation for the Local Black Community

Spirits Up! is using movement and mindfulness to help address the trauma of racial injustice.

men armed with guns and bats "defending" the christopher columbus statue in south philadelphia
City Life

Men Break Out Guns, Bats and Hatchets to “Protect” South Philly’s Christopher Columbus Statue

Meanwhile, the Christopher Columbus statue just over the bridge in Camden, New Jersey has been removed.

City Life

White People, Please Stop Declaring Yourself Allies

Here’s why I’m troubled by the resurgence of ally culture: You don’t get a badge of honor for helping to dismantle the racist system you’re complicit in.

NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Philly Company Uncovering Smarter Healthcare Data Insights

HealthVerity is partnering with the FDA in the fight against COVID-19.

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City Life

David Magerman’s Big Plan to Burn Down the Internet

Like a lot of people, Main Line multimillionaire David Magerman believes Google, Facebook and other tech giants are using our private data to manipulate the world. Unlike a lot of people, he’s come up with a radical plan to fight back.


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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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City Life

The Best Thing This Week: A High-School Graduation Like No Other

Off they go, into the wild blue yonder …

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City Life

Tamala Edwards on Broadcasting From Her Living Room and Inspiring the Next Generation

Fifteen years after joining 6 ABC, the early-morning anchor talks about working amid a pandemic and protests.

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Property

At the Shore: Expanded Cape in Longport

Your chance to remake Shore memories past, or make new ones.

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Property

Brand-New Rehabbed Rowhouse in Brewerytown

They got the main floor backwards when they rebuilt it. Aren’t you glad they did?

Foobooz

A Socially Distanced Parks on Tap Is Here for Summer 2020

Philly’s favorite mobile beer garden has a plan in place to serve you socially safe brews this summer.

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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.

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City Life

Philly Gets the Anti-Joe Bologna T-Shirt That It Needs

Plus: The Inquirer’s scathing report on the Philly police. And primary results are finally in.

Foobooz

Camille Cogswell Has Been Let Go From K’Far and Zahav

The James Beard award-winning chef is separating permanently from K’far, Zahav, and the company at large.

Elizabethan England served as the inspiration for the grand mansion Edgar Seeler designed in 1903 at 260 Chamounix Rd., Wayne, Pa. 19087 | Bright MLS images via BHHS Fox & Roach Realtors
Property

Just Listed: Tudor Revival Mansion in St. Davids

Queen Elizabeth I herself never had it this good.

NextHealth PHL

Philly’s Black Community Has Been Disproportionately Harmed By COVID. Why Didn’t the City Respond Sooner?

While black people have accounted for more than half of the coronavirus deaths in Philadelphia, the black community was left to rely on grassroots efforts to bring them testing while the city waited on federal funding.

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