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artist maria moller on her south philly block where she is debuting a get-out-the-vote art exhibit this week
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This South Philly Artist Is Turning Her Block Into a Get-Out-the-Vote Art Exhibit

South Philly artist Maria Möller has shown her site-specific and public art works in galleries, vacant lots, libraries, motels and all sorts of other other […]

screenshots from interviews that eight Philadelphians gave on the day after Donald Trump won the 2016 election
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Here’s What Philly Had to Say the Day After Trump Won the 2016 Election

November 9, 2016. That was the day when those of us who didn’t stay up late enough to see the final election results woke up […]

eagles fans tailgating in Philadelphia, something they won't be allowed to do this season
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Dear Eagles Fans: Say Goodbye to Tailgating

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. Philly Just Ruined Your Eagles Tailgating Plans By now, you are probably over the fact that the […]

airplanes and the control tower at Philadelphia International Airport, where international flights have just resumed
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You Can Now Take International Flights Out of Philadelphia Again

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. International Flights Resume Out of Philadelphia (Hooray?) Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about: Would you […]

pennsylvania mail-in ballots
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No, Mail-In Ballots Won’t Be Available On Monday. Blame the Green Party

Pennsylvania Mail-in Ballots Delayed Due to Green Party Mess Monday is September 14th. That is the day when Pennsylvanians were supposed to be able to […]

a barricade near the parkway encampment in philadelphia
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Another Parkway Encampment “Deadline” Passes Amid Complaints of Public Sex and Drug Use

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. Parkway Encampment Outlives Yet Another Deadline, and One Local Mom Isn’t Very Happy About That It’s been […]

jim kenney enjoys indoor dining in Maryland
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Marc Vetri Goes Off On Mayor Kenney After the Mayor Dines Indoors

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Marc Vetri Not a Big Fan of […]

joe biden, who has a growing list of republican supporters
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Prominent Pennsylvania Republicans Join Growing List of GOP Biden Supporters

Joe Biden Scoops Up Some Prominent Republican Supporters From Pennsylvania We’ve all read that Donald Trump is obsessed with loyalty. He needs it. He demands […]

eva longoria speaks to swarthmore restaurant owner scott richardson during DNC day one
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Meet the Philly-Area Restaurant Owner Who Spoke at DNC Day One

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Meet Scott Richardson, the Swarthmore Restaurant Owner […]

wawa, which is asking customers to pay with cards or exact change due to national coin shortage
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National Coin Crisis Comes to Your Neighborhood Wawa

A roundup of Philly news. National Coin Shortage Hits Wawa Of all of the consequences of COVID-19, I have to say that one I didn’t […]

jennifer weiner, michael nutter with barack obama, ahmir thompson aka questlove from the roots, malcolm jenkins, christopher burch and friends, and stephen starr, some of whom are Donald Trump donors while others are supporting Joe Biden
City Life

Here’s How Philly’s Rich and Famous Are Spending Their Political Dollars

We combed through campaign finance records published by the Federal Election Commission to find out which presidential candidates, PACs and Super PACs have been getting […]

an anti-joe bologna t-shirt after philly police union came out with a t-shirt in support of the cop charged with assaulting a protester
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Philly Gets the Anti-Joe Bologna T-Shirt That It Needs

A roundup of Philly news. This post may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. It Didn’t Take Long for Somebody to […]

Clarissa Dunston, a 103-year-old south philadelphia woman who insisted on voting in the primary
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103-Year-Old South Philly Woman Insisted On Going to Vote After Mail-In Ballot Didn’t Show Up

There’s been a lot of bad news to report lately, and that’s what I’ve spent most of the last three months doing. So when I […]

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Pennsylvania’s Big Mail-In Primary Could Get Messy. What You Need to Know to Make Your Vote Count

Four years ago, you probably didn’t think it was possible, but if you’re beginning to feel that the 2020 presidential primary could end up just […]

drop plan deferred retirement option philadelphia michael nutter
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By Defending Bloomberg on Stop-and-Frisk, Nutter Tarnishes His Legacy and Betrays Philly

There’s an oft-quoted line from the Batman film The Dark Knight that goes: “You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see […]