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Shane Victorino Called Kristen Graham to Congratulate Her on Pulitzer Win

This is awesome. Kristen Graham is on the education beat for the Inquirer and is admittedly obsessed with the Phillies. So, we doubt she was […]

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Philly Dominates the Pulitzers

Philly Dominates the Pulitzers. The Inky won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for public service (its first Pulitzer since 1997) for “Assault on Learning” by John […]

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Philadelphia Inquirer Pulitzer Is Extra Sweet This Year

You know you’re a journalism nerd if—when you read that your hometown newspaper has won a Pulitzer—you jump off the couch and start cheering as […]

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Blatstein Should Use Newspaper Theme for Inky Building Casino

Given that the future of the Inquirer, which yesterday won its 19th Pulitzer Prize, is a crapshoot, it is only fitting that the newspaper’s iconic […]

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Inquirer Wins Pulitzer Prize for Public Service

The Inquirer won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for public service for its seven-part investigative series “Assault on Learning.” The series chronicled the state of violence […]

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No Daily News Sign on New Inky Building Marquee?

The Inquirer and the Daily News will soon be set up in new headquarters on Market Street. In addition to the change in venue, the […]

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Blatstein Proposes Casino at Inky Building on North Broad

Moments ago, the Inquirer‘s Jennifer Lin tweeted that Bart Blatstein has proposed a casino for North Broad Street. Blatstein was recently quoted in the Daily […]

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How Bill Marimow Might Change the Inquirer Newsroom

With Bill Marimow about to begin his third hitch at the Inquirer—his second as editor—the newsroom is abuzz with speculation about how his return will […]

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Generation Jobless, or Generation Doesn’t Really Want to Work?

I went to a going-away party over the weekend for a young man and his girlfriend. They’ve been living in Brooklyn, working at Starbucks and […]

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Bill Marimow Probably Can’t Save the Inquirer

Bill Marimow is destined to fail. That’s not a knock on Marimow, who is a good journalist, and whose return from an Arizona exile to […]

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Marimow Retakes Post as Top Inquirer Editor

The new owners of Philadelphia Media Network have announced that 64-year-old William K. Marimow will return as the top editor of the Inquirer. Marimow—who is […]

City Life Edits and Reposts Gossip Video About Corbett Daughter

After yesterday’s to-do over removing a gossip video about Governor Corbett’s daughter because said daughter — a Deputy Attorney General in Philadelphia — called […]

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How Will Inquirer, Daily News Cover George Norcross Deals in Six Months?

Ed Rendell may be gone from the group that bought the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, but the tangled business relationships and political interests of […]

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Cartoonist Tony Auth Bid Farewell to the Inquirer

Tony Auth started his stint as the editorial cartoonist at the Inquirer in 1971. He won a Pulitzer in 1976, but has left the paper […]

City Life Pulls Gossip Video About Governor Corbett’s Daughter [UPDATED]

What is it with, the web offshoot of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News? Last summer, management at company headquarters pulled Marnie Hall’s salacious […]