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


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

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City Life

State Liquor Police Have Visited Philly Area Bars More Than 5,000 Times In July

But they’re not exactly issuing a lot of citations for COVID violations.


Chesterbrook Named Best Place to Live in America

It’s been a contender for’s top ranking for years. This year, it finally won.

City Life

Metro Corp Announces Restructuring Plan

Changes prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Be Well Philly

Rastelli Foods’ Product Director Spends Her Days Taste-Testing and Doing Morning Workouts

Brittany Rastelli, director of QVC product merchandising at Rastelli Foods, is a mother of two and a fitness enthusiast.


Lay’s New Geno’s Cheesesteak Potato Chips Are the Snack We Never Asked For

Lay’s just released a limited run of a cheesesteak-flavored potato chips modeled after Geno’s famous steaks.

NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The CHOP Spinout Reducing Medication Errors and Waste

Bainbridge Health is using data to identify trends in critical care medication use for COVID-19 patients and prevent drug shortages during the pandemic.


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Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Keep up with the news surrounding the coronavirus outbreak in Philadelphia.

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City Life

Here’s the Latest On the Four Cop Cars Set On Fire In Philly Last Night

Plus: South Jersey gym owners finally arrested for illegal reopening. And so much for the start of MLB.

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High Street on Market is Closing … Kinda

After more than 7 years in Old City, High Street on Market will close its doors. The restaurant group says they are looking for a new location.

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Philadelphia Wedding

You Need These Charitably Focused Massage Candles for Your Micro-Wedding Favors

The Black-owned, community-minded self-care business launched amid the pandemic.

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City Life

8 Prominent Philadelphians on What Being Black in Philly Should Look Like

As the nation reckons with its racist past, we wanted to know what Philadelphia’s Black community would consider real, substantive progress and change.

Keir Bradford-Grey
City Life

What Should Being Black in Philly Look Like? It Should Provide Opportunity and Safety for Our Children

Keir Bradford-Grey on the need for more investment in public schools and on how the justice system limits possibilities for youth in the Black community.

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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.

Megan Malachi
City Life

What Should Being Black in Philly Look Like? It Should Look Like the Abolition of White Supremacy

Megan Malachi on the need to disband the police, institute community-led models of public safety and pay reparations.

Cathy Harris
City Life

What Should Being Black in Philly Look Like? It Should Feature Public Art That Reflects the Community

Cathy Harris of Mural Arts on the importance of empowering Black artists and giving people a say in how they are represented.

Jordan A. Harris
City Life

What Should Being Black in Philly Look Like? It Should Look Like Real Policy Change

State Rep. Jordan Harris on channeling the energy of Black Lives Matter protests into a collaborative political wave.

Erica Wilkins
City Life

What Should Being Black in Philly Look Like? It Should Be Empowered and Equipped to Heal

Erica Wilkins on the importance of training therapists to treat the wounds of racial trauma.

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