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War in the Supreme Court: Ron Castille and Seamus McCaffery Just Can’t Get Along

Late last year, Ron Castille, chief justice of Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court, decided he couldn’t take it any longer. Seamus McCaffery—one of seven justices on the […]

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Rob Thomson’s Wild Ride

The line for dinner service at the St. Francis Inn in Kensington started forming just before 5 p.m., with folks traveling from across the neighborhood […]

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Features: Tortured

Eric Fair tells his story that paints a harrowing picture of a rogue, outsourced war. ON A WINTER NIGHT IN IRAQ, darkness stole across the […]

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Features: He Said, They Said

How could two juries find Jeffrey J. Marsalis more believable than the 10 women who accused him of rape? LIKE THE REST of them — […]

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“You Don’t Want Me to Get Angry”

This is what $1,000 can buy you: row four, ringside at Madison Square Garden for a Don King heavyweight fight. Waiters hoisting trays of champagne. […]

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Why I, Like So Many in My Generation, Can’t Make Up My Mind About Having Kids

It seems like it used to be easier. Or at least that there wasn’t much deliberation involved. First comes love, Then comes marriage, Then comes […]

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Is Brett Brown the Right Coach to Lead Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid to a Championship?

Early in this season of marvelous possibility, two roars at the 76ers’ sold-out arena in South Philadelphia sounded something of a warning. The first, during […]

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How Meek Mill Became a Movement

It’s the afternoon before Super Bowl LIII in downtown Atlanta, and the College Football Hall of Fame is hosting a party for sports-apparel giant Fanatics. […]

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The Immigrant on My Couch

It’s 6 a.m. in Fairmount, and my fiancé, Anush, and I are tiptoeing around our living room, getting ready for a run before work. We […]

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101 Best Things to Do in and Around Philadelphia This Summer

Who cares about the date of the solstice: We are past Memorial Day, and that means it is summertime. As usual, there are a multitude […]

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Wyeth’s World

SPANNING THE BRANDYWINE River, where Pennsylvania and Delaware meet, there’s a bridge to an imagined place. [sidebar]The bridge looks as you might expect: It’s a […]

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The Last Union Town

FRANK KEEL RECENTLY placed an enormous hand on a hallway wall in City Hall. The broad-shouldered spokesman for Philadelphia’s electricians union grimaced, and literally leaned […]

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Charles Ramsey’s War

THE POLICE COMMISSIONER REMOVES his glasses, wipes his forehead with a napkin, then grinds his right thumb and forefinger into his temples. He’s sitting shotgun […]

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David Magerman’s Big Plan to Burn Down the Internet

You’re being watched. Anything you search, anything you buy online, anything you even consider buying online before your better sense kicks in — an entire […]

50 Best Restaurants – January 2016

It’s an exciting time to be an eater in Philadelphia — our new 2016 list represents a staggering amount of talent, an amazing collection of experiences, […]