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Hey Twentysomethings: Here Are 16 Things You Can Do With the Sunday Inquirer

As my colleague Joel Mathis reported last week, the launch of the Daily News and Inquirer paywalled websites isn’t just about pageviews. It’s also about […]

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The New Inquirer and Daily News Websites Are Finally Live! [Updated]

The brand-spankin’ new websites for the Inky and the Daily News are officially live. As my colleague Joel Mathis noted last week, the DN, decked out […]

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The Inquirer and Daily News Unveil Their New Websites

Well, here it is: Our first glimpse at the future of the Inquirer and the Daily News. Philadelphians have been told for months that after […]

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Inky Settles Grievance Over Reporter Reassignments

One of the last remaining battles—for now—has been settled between the company that owns Philly’s two major daily newspapers and the union representing its journalists: […]

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Which Is the Least Violent Neighborhood in Philadelphia County?

That would be West Mt. Airy, according to the what Technically Philly’s Juliana Reyes calls the Inquirer’s “beautiful” crime app. “In the last 30 days, […]

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Inside Lew Katz’s Son’s $1.5 Million Palm Beach Wedding

The New York Times’ dry notation about Drew Katz’s (son of Inquirer owner Lew Katz) wedding, held at the Breakers in Palm Beach, definitely did not include […]

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Another One Bites the Dust: Lenfest Foundation to Cease Grant Giving

One of Philadelphia’s mega-philanthropies is willingly winding down its operations, after more than a decade of mega-giving. The Lenfest Foundation, which was founded by billionaire […]

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Iraq Invasion 10 Years Later: Inky and Daily News Front Pages

Ten years ago today, the U.S. went to war with Iraq. Here are the front pages of the Inquirer, the Daily News, and the Harrisburg […]

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Analyzing Bernie Parent’s Incoherent Valentine’s Day Inky Column

The Philadelphia Inquirer has awarded former Flyers goalie and current self-help guru Bernie Parent 700 seemingly unedited words every two weeks to ruminate on whatever […]

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The Awkward Inquirer Article About Suzanne and Ralph Roberts’ Wedding

Occasionally, the New York Times runs a Sunday wedding announcement that makes one half of a couple seem a hell of a lot less into […]

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How Many More Inky Journalists Can Jump on the WHYY Lifeboat?

For Inquirer exiles, all roads lead to WHYY. “I’m vividly aware of that impression being formed,” says Chris Satullo, vice president of news and civic […]

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Inquirer, Daily News Union Deal Has Something Management Has “Long Wanted”

With last night’s ratification of a new labor contract, the stage is set for some real fireworks over just what it takes to fire staff […]

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Philly Journalism Woes Continue: “Metropolis” Shutting Down

On the day that the Daily News and Inquirer have reached a temporary armistice with its ownership group, another publication has bitten the dust. In […]

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The Biggest “Lunatic” in Philly Journalism

The most important neighborhood newspapers you’re probably not reading are the Germantown Chronicle and the Northwest Independent. One spot in Philadelphia where these papers have […]

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The Inky’s Annette John-Hall Leaves “Liquidation” Behind

For Inquirer Metro columnist Annette John-Hall, “liquidation” was the tipping point. When new ownership threatened last month to “liquidate” the Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and […]