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Rendell’s First Inquirer Bailout Didn’t Work

Famed political strategist James Carville once referred to Pennsylvania as two major cities with Alabama in between. What an insult to Alabama. From Ed Rendell […]

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UPDATE: Bart Blatstein Wants to Buy the Inky, Too

Another Philly power player is getting his ducks in a row with the hopes of acquiring the city’s daily newspapers. Developer Bart Blatstein has assembled […]

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How Ed Rendell Could Ruin Philadelphia’s Newspapers

“There are laws to protect the freedom of the press’s speech, but none that are worth anything to protect the people from the press.” — […]

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Rendell Confirms Interest in Inquirer, Names Partners

Just got off a media conference call with former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell. Or, rather, the call dropped. (Did the guv hang up on me?!) […]

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Ed Rendell’s Next Job: Inquirer Owner?

This morning, we’re hearing that former Pennsylvania Governor and generally awesome Philadelphian Ed Rendell has set his sights on the Philadelphia Inquirer and its related […]

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When the Inky and DN Merge Sports Desks, Will You Notice?

On Wednesday, The700Level.com published the news that the Philadelphia Daily News and the Philadelphia Inquirer plan to combine their sports departments. From a journalistic standpoint, […]

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Someone’s Trying to Frankenstein a Sports Blog Monster That Will Crush Philly.Com

For updates on Hunter Pence and his porn-star lady friend, breaking news about signings and trades, and some of the best sports commentary in Philly, […]

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Inquirer and Daily News to Combine Sports Desks

The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News and Philly.com will be working cooperatively to cover sports in Philadelphia—ya know, as if they’re all part of […]

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Inquirer and Daily News Are Up for Sale

Do you have $100 million lying around? Then you have a chance to be the proud new owner of two newspapers, a website, and bunch […]

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Arlen Specter Suggests Democrats Should Drop Obama for Hillary

Arlen Specter was in a meeting with the Inquirer editorial board yesterday when he suggested that the Democratic party might be better off with Hillary […]

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UPDATED Staphmeal: Mayor Nutter’s “Possible Mistress”

Remember Staphmeal? It’s that blog that emerged last year, saying all sorts of nasty things about folks like Georges Perrier and Shola Olunloyo before Georges […]

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Philly Sports Writers Honored For “Feud of the Year”

Les Bowen and Jeff McLane got into it on Twitter back in September. The disagreement eventually spurred a little brouhaha between the two at the […]

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Daily News Writer Bill Conlin Resigns Over Inky Story

Legendary sports columnist Bill Conlin resigned from the Daily News moments ago in response to a story written by  Inquirer investigative reporter, Nancy Phillips. Phillips’s […]

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Eagles Fan Sucker-Punched After Sunday’s Game in Miami

Eagles Fan (?) Sucker-Punched After Game in Miami. Below is a video of a man getting sucker punched in the parking lot after the Eagles […]

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City Hall’s Idea of Investing in the Future: Newspapers!

For those of us struggling to reinvent our businesses in this lousy economic climate, I have great news for you: The City of Brotherly Love […]