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Georges Perrier Profile: Last Days of the French Chef

HE WALKED INTO the room — or, to be more precise, stalked in — as he often does, and so often legendarily has, angry and […]

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The Legacy

WHILE HIS OLD man worked, the Kid usually spent the day screwing up. He skipped school. He chewed tobacco in the back of class. He […]

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Stephen X

Though you'd never know it, minutes before the 2004 NBA draft, on the floor of Madison Square Garden, the only person as tense as the […]

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Feature: The Devil & Carl Greene

CARL GREENE CAN REALLY TALK. He’s been gone from Philadelphia for a few months now, but on this day a couple of weeks before Christmas, […]

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What Is Pandemic Life Doing to Our Kids? Maybe Not What We Think

The moms are very worried. Since March of 2020 — when schools started closing and COVID got real — you can find them (okay, us) […]

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Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, and Their Wildly Separate Paths to the Sixers

Ben Simmons wears the face of a kid getting dragged to Sunday school when he’d rather settle in for a Call of Duty marathon with […]

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Chris Matthews on Growing Up Catholic in Philadelphia

I REMEMBER WHEN “THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH” came to Hunting Park. It really happened. I Googled it. In 1950, the Barnum & Bailey Circus […]

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Lynne Abraham: Can a Woman Win the Philadelphia Mayor’s Race?

It seems an unlikely thing to be doing with Lynne Abraham. On a cool, breezy Friday in New York in December, we’re at the Frick, […]

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Why Does Neil Theobald Think Football Will Save Temple?

It was a date that would live in infamy. The news hit the scholar-athletes gathered in Temple University’s Student Pavilion on December 6th of last […]

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Rape Happens Here

In the early 1980s, staff members in one of Swarthmore’s libraries began hanging reams of white computer paper in the bathroom stalls, which students would […]