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Wawa, Rite Aid Among Lowest-Scoring PA Companies On HRC Corporate Equality Index (UPDATED)

The Human Rights Campaign just released results from its annual Corporate Equality Index, which assesses LGBT inclusion in major U.S. corporations based on five categories: […]

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From the Editor: May 2007

Sometimes it’s cool to be running a magazine. For about 10 days in late March, I did little else but ask beautiful women to take […]

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Controversies: Showdown on Locust Street

In his elegant conference room, mulling this most grievous offense, Daniel Berger raises a question. “I ask you,” he says mournfully, “does this look like […]

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Ed Rendell Is on the Wrong Side of the Class War

Like pretty much everybody not named Tom Corbett, I like Ed Rendell. A lot. How could you not? He’s big, hairy, loud, part grizzly, part […]

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Profile: David L. Cohen, Explained

David L. Cohen is a large, genial man who never stops working. He has long been famous for his ability to think fast and keep […]

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Boycotting Chick-fil-A? Here Are 243 Other Companies You Might Want to Avoid

You know how your friends are always annoying you by sharing links from years ago as if they are new stories? That’s what I thought […]

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Just Listed: Modern Condo with Original Art in Old City

Beloved local folk artist Isaiah Zagar has brightened many a facade in this city with his whimsical mosaic murals, and his Magic Gardens on South […]

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Josh Shapiro Running for Attorney General “To Clean Up a Mess”

When he formally announces his candidacy for attorney general on Tuesday, Josh Shapiro will do so in a three-and-a-half-page letter to Pennsylvanians that never once […]

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Hidden City Philadelphia Sues 6ABC Over “Hidden Philadelphia” Segments

Hidden City Philadelphia is a well-regarded Center City nonprofit dedicated to showcasing lesser-known parts of Philadelphia — the Metropolitan Opera House, David Lynch’s “Eraserhood”, and […]


The Case for Lynne Abraham

(Editor’s note: This week on Citified we’re featuring op-eds from supporters of the mayoral candidates. Monday, Ken Trujillo endorsed Jim Kenney. Tuesday, Ajay Raju made the […]

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HughE Dillon: Philadelphia Theatre Company Gala

Last night, Brian Stokes Mitchell headlined Philadelphia Theatre Company’s annual gala at the Hyatt at the Bellevue. Singing “Some Enchanted Evening,” Stokes wasn’t far off, […]

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How Ed Rendell Could Ruin Philadelphia’s Newspapers

“There are laws to protect the freedom of the press’s speech, but none that are worth anything to protect the people from the press.” — […]

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It’s Time to Clean House at the DRPA

Governor Christie: Political courage. That is the description you have earned as governor.  And for good reason. You have successfully confronted the most powerful special […]

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Chris Christie Spars with Audience at Town Hall-Style Meeting

You’re not going to believe this, but Chris Christie argued with audience members at a town hall-style meeting in Middlesex County last night. The Inquirer’s […]

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Nutter, Clarke Spar Over Death of PGW Privatization Deal

Despite some glimmers of last-minute hope a few weeks ago and Doug Oliver’s endorsement of a sale earlier this week, Mayor Michael Nutter’s proposed deal […]