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Philadelphia Marathon Guide: Everything You Need to Know for Running and Cheering

It’s the final countdown, folks: The AACR Philadelphia Marathon is a mere four days away — and the Half Marathon is just three! Thousands upon thousands […]

City Life

The Kids Are All Red: Socialism Rises Again in the Age of Trump

It’s one of those final, bittersweet Fridays of the summer, and a dozen people are crowded around a picnic table at the El Bar in […]

City Life

What’s Pat Toomey Hiding From?

It’s early April, and Pat Toomey is hosting a town hall. Well, that’s not quite true. It’s a telephone town hall — a glorified conference […]

City Life

Is Lenny Dykstra’s Post-Prison Comeback Already Over?

Lenny Dykstra was in Germany — a “fucking cool” place if he’d ever seen one — when he spotted a woman walking a German Shepherd and […]

Le Bok Fin

The Death of Gentrification Guilt

A few months ago, developer Lindsey Scannapieco paid $1.75 million for a 340,000-square-foot property in South Philadelphia right around the corner from my apartment. For […]

City Life

Interview With Terrence Howard’s Ex, Who Says He Punched Her

On May 6, 2012, police arrived at the suburban Philadelphia home of actor Terrence Howard, co-star of The Butler, due to an altercation that occurred […]

Birds 24/7

The Matchup: Eagles Vs. Redskins

After the Eagles’ 15-7 loss to the Giants in Week 8, Chip Kelly’s message to his team carried a tone of optimism. The offense had […]

City Life

Dick Morris In Exile

Dick Morris punched his ticket for Philadelphia in the week leading up to the presidential election. Most pundits expected a close finish. A good number […]

City Life

Can USA250 Make Philly the Star of America’s 250th Birthday?

I was 13 years old in 1976—not exactly a budding patriot, but a good enough student of American history by that point to understand that […]

City Life

Kathleen Kane’s Gay Marriage Mutiny

At the bottom of a steep block on the west side of Scranton, next to a clapboard home with peeling white paint, there’s a pizza […]