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Union Get Improbable “Biggest Win in Their History”

Fernando Aristeguieta buried it into the back of the net and ran toward the sideline. He embraced goalkeeper John McCarthy side-by-side, as the two waited […]

Citified

The Brief: Philly’s Hotel Occupancy Rates Explode to a Modern High

1. Philadelphia’s hotels were more booked last month than during any other June since 1993. The gist: The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Center City’s hotel occupancy rates “reached 89.4 percent in […]

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Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def Coming to Union Transfer for Summer Recess Concert [CANCELLED]

UPDATE: [7/6/2015, 11:30 am]: We received a message from the organizers of the show saying that, “due to circumstances beyond Little Giant Creative’s control, the […]

City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Philly Sports Hit Bottom

Business

BizFeed: Sledgehammer-Wielding Leader of Ironworkers’ Late-Night Raids Gets Prison Time

1. Ironworker Gets 5-Year Prison Sentence The News: Christopher Prophet, the 44-year-old Ironworkers Local 401 business agent, has been sentenced to five years in prison for […]

Business

After 14 Months, Hospital and Nurses End Bitter Dispute

After 14 months of bitter rhetoric, a two-day strike and harsh criticism from the National Labor Relations Board, Crozer-Chester Medical Center has come to a contract […]

Business

BizFeed: Amtrak Passengers Stuck After Crew “Ran Out of Hours”

1. Amtrak Passengers Stuck in Delaware After Crew “Ran Out of Hours” The News: On it’s trip from New York to Washington D.C., an Amtrak train surprisingly […]

Citified

The Brief: Shane Montgomery’s Mom Presses for More Surveillance Cameras in Philly

1. The mother of Shane Montgomery testified in favor of a bill that would beef up the number of surveillance cameras in the city. The gist: Last year, 21-year-old […]

City Life

Could Philly Newspapers Survive a Strike?

Philadelphia’s two major daily papers — the Inquirer and Daily News, along with their online cousin Philly.com — have survived one calamity after another over […]

City Life

PHOTO: Philadelphia Newspaper Strike a Real Possibility

See updates below with PMN’s memorandum to journalists, and the guild’s commentary on that memo. [Original] We’re still waiting to hear back on the progress […]

City Life

Newspaper Strike Vote Possible Next Week

Updated at 8:50 p.m. with comment from Bill Ross, executive director of the Newspaper Guild. Journalists at the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com could vote as […]

City Life

Carpenters Union Sued for Racketeering

The battle between the Pennsylvania Convention Center and the ousted carpenters union has taken another ugly turn: Thursday afternoon, the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority (PCCA) filed […]

City Life

Would Exhibitors Flee if Carpenters Returned to Convention Center?

If the carpenters union returns to the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Sue Hueg wants none of it. Hueg, the vice president of events for National Business […]

City Life

The Inflatable Union Rat Is About to Go Up In Front of the TLA

When folksy WXPN-favored singer-songwriter Rhiannon Giddens shows up for her $42-a-head gig on Friday night at the TLA on South Street, she’ll be welcomed by […]

City Life

Union Just Benched $400K Goalkeeper

Last summer, the Philadelphia Union made a big deal for a goalkeeper: The team spent $400,000 in transfer fees to sign Raïs M’Bolhi, a goalie […]