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Mystery: Trashed

TINY TULLYTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, population 2,090, sits on the banks of the Delaware River, 25 miles from Philadelphia. It’s an old, modest town to which the […]

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Searching for Richardson Dilworth

HE LOVED THE city when it took an act of profound imagination to love it, when it was grimy, when it stank, when you could […]

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What Really Happened Inside 121 Greycourt Road?

The police called it "the slashing job." The call came in at 5:18 p.m. on September 12, 2009. Ten-year-old Anthony DiAndrea had been playing with […]

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Being Rich in Philly Sure Doesn’t Look Like It Used To

“Let me tell you about the very rich,” F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote in his short story The Rich Boy. “They are different from you […]

Birds 24/7

Jordan Hicks: A Man Of His People

YOU TAKE THE three-minute walk from the painted red “W” on the field to the locker rooms, then a four-minute walk to the parking lot. […]

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When Did Our Lives on Social Media Become More Time-Consuming Than Our Social Lives?

Do you know the most embarrassing possession of yours that someone will find if you die? I do. It’s a folder on my computer that […]

Be Well Philly

Does Weight Really Matter?

Any woman who’s ever wasted a moment down the Shore fretting over how she looks in a swimsuit should do herself a favor and read […]

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Veterans’ Day

As Bill Guarnere and Edward “Babe” Heffron walk onto the set in Hatfield, England, where Tom Hanks is directing the miniseries Band of Brothers, production […]

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Crime: “Not in My Town, Scumbag”

JAMES HINES HAS NO IDEA HE’S about to take a lead role in the biggest show to hit Upper Darby since the Rolling Stones plugged […]

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Philadelphia Brunch Restaurants

* CHECK OUT THE HIGHLIGHTS HERE* FIND THE BEST SPOT TO BRUNCH NEAR YOU As a brunch town, we’ve arrived. Really, it’s a logical progression for our […]