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City Life

2016 DNC, Day 4: Wrapping Up, Looking Back

The end is near, Philly. This is the final day of the Democratic National Convention. (Wild applause.) Here’s what you missed yesterday: President Barack Obama […]

City Life

Obama Talks Up Hillary at DNC, Hillary Drops In to Thank Him

He still knows how to work a crowd, Barack Obama, especially one at a convention. Seeing him stand at the podium on the royal blue […]

Tim Kaine speaking at the 2016 DNC
City Life

Tim Kaine Does Surprisingly Solid Trump Impression in Speech Accepting VP Nod

Tim Kaine accepted the Democratic nomination for vice president at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia tonight, telling both supporters of Bernie Sanders and […]

Victor Tiffany, Yahne Ndgo speak in support of Jill Stein at the 2016 DNC
City

Bernie-or-Busters: Trump Will Be President, It Will Be Dems’ Fault

Bernie Sanders supporters today at the Democratic National Convention called for a change in rules allowing for the nomination of Bernie Sanders as Democratic nominee […]

Former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey speaks during the third day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia , Wednesday, July 27, 2016.
City Life

Ramsey at DNC: Clinton Will Build Bridges Between Cops, Communities

Philadelphia continued to be well-represented on stage at the Democratic National Convention, with former Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey speaking for several minutes Wednesday night in the middle […]

Susan Sarandon, Danny Glover at a DNC press conference
City Life

Sarandon, Glover, Other Celebs Gather at DNC to Protest Treatment of Sanders Backer

Susan Sarandon, Danny Glover, Rosario Dawson and others held a press conference at the media tent of the Democratic National Convention today to protest the […]

City Life

2016 DNC, Day 3: We’re Halfway Through!

Congrats, Philly! We’re halfway through the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Here’s what happened yesterday:  In the biggest news of the night, Hillary Clinton officially became […]

City

Bill Clinton Makes Case for Hillary: “Best Darn Change-Maker I Have Ever Known”

Bill Clinton delivered a speech in support of his wife Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention, saying she is the best choice for the next president […]

City Life

Democrats Nominate Hillary Clinton for President

Hillary Clinton officially became the first woman candidate for president by a major party this evening at the Democratic National Convention. The delegate votes from […]

Stage and podium at the Democratic National Convention, with Philadelphia skyline and Liberty Bell
City Life

2016 DNC, Day 2: What to Know About Yesterday, and What to Expect Today

Well, we made it through day one of the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Here’s what you might have missed.

Citified

Kenney: Trump’s GOP Is the New Know-Nothing Party

Philadelphians know Mayor Jim Kenney as a man who is passionately pro-immigration. As a Councilman, he told anti-immigration protesters, “You can’t go through life hating.” On his first day as […]

City Life

Bernie Sanders Faces Backlash After Urging Delegates to Support Clinton

Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke to his delegates in Philadelphia Monday  — and all did not go as planned. The speech started off well, with cheering and […]

Citified

WATCH: Supercut of Darrell Clarke Attacking Donald Trump

Last week, Hillary Clinton’s campaign opened its first field office in North Philadelphia, near Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue. City Council President Darrell […]

Debbie Wasserman Schultz was booed during a delegation breakfast at the DNC on Monday.
City Life

Debbie Wasserman Schultz Was Booed in Philly This Morning

Debbie Wasserman Schultz was booed in Philadelphia this morning while addressing a delegation breakfast, just a day after she announced she would step down as chairwoman […]

City

Could a North Philly Field Office Help Clinton Win the Election?

If Hillary Clinton does really well in Philadelphia, she’ll win the presidential election. That was the message delivered by Clinton’s campaign to volunteers and staffers […]