Al Taubenberger


There’s a Stranger in My House

Remember that cute trinity on Iseminger Street in Wash West that wouldn’t sell after six months on the market? Someone actually came close to buying […]


Carl Dranoff Takes the Wraps Off One Riverside

Surrounded by examples from each of the stages of his career as a developer here in Philadelphia, Carl Dranoff officially cut the ribbon on his […]


Philly NOW: Fire PPA Director Accused of Sexual Harassment

The Philadelphia chapter of the National Organization for Women is calling for Vince Fenerty to be removed as director of the Philadelphia Parking Authority after […]


The GOP City Council At-Large Race Is Too Close To Call

The most fascinating race in Philadelphia’s municipal election is too close to call. With almost 98 percent of voting precincts posting their results, Republican Councilman David Oh and GOP challenger Al […]


The Challengers: For Al Taubenberger, Elected Office Is a Lifelong Dream

This week, Citified is featuring Q&As with leading at-large City Council challengers running for the two slots reserved for minority parties and independents. Will this be the […]


The One Race to Watch in November’s Philly Election

Most of the municipal races this year are like the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons: fun to watch, but we all know how they’re […]