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Brawl on the Square

THE WARS THAT are fought around Rittenhouse Square are usually quite civil. Occasionally, a perfect apartment in one of the best buildings will become available […]

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The Sex Offender Next Door

Cape May County doesn't appear to be the sort of place where a battle over Megan's Law would begin. This is where families rush to […]

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When Andy Reid Met Charlie Manuel : A Q&A With the Head Coaches of the Eagles and the Phillies

“C’mon in, Coach,” Andy Reid says brightly, wearing a pair of tan cargo shorts and flip-flops and standing dead square in the middle of his […]

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Philadelphia Brunch Restaurants by Neighborhood

As a brunch town, we’ve arrived. Really, it’s a logical progression for our food-obsessed region, and local restaurants are responding by serving some of their […]

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After Years of Neglect, I Finally Faced My Fears and Went to the Dentist

Laura, my wife, has this playlist called “’70s Dentist Office Waiting Room Music.” Collected, culled, curated over years, it’s a deep dive into wood paneling […]

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Feature: Media: Game On

MIKE MISSANELLI had no idea The Punch would change the face of Philadelphia radio forever. It was St. Paddy’s Day 2006, and it was a […]

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Eagles Leader Malcolm Jenkins on Race, Justice, and His New Filmmaking Career

Malcolm Jenkins is sore. “Two days after the game, it’s like when all your meds and stuff wear off,” he says, gingerly settling into a […]


20 Smart Transportation Ideas Reshaping Philadelphia (and Your Life)

Our city has reached a tipping point. Just look outside, in the streets, where rentable, shareable Indego bikes have come, conquered and multiplied. Meantime, regional […]

Herbert and Catherine Shaible, members of the First Century Gospel Church, watched their two sons die because they refused to let them see a doctor.
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Why Did the Schaibles Let Their Children Die?

On the night of April 18th, Detective Brian Peters of the Philadelphia homicide unit saw something strange—something he’d never witnessed before—when he interviewed Herbert Schaible. […]

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The Pillsbury Bake-Off:
Ladies (and One Male Flight Attendant)… Start Your Ovens

KRISTEN ABBOTT IS KEEPING HER EYE ON THE PRIZE— in her case, a plastic cafeteria tray laden with Boston Cream French Toast, a table d’hôte […]