Larry Krasner

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City Life

The Highs and Lows for Philly Public Figures During a Really Tough Year

The COVID stress test exposed so many flaws throughout our society and city. The most glaring were the ones revealed in our leaders and politicians, […]

City Life

Four Major Takeaways From the Philadelphia Democratic Primary

The Philadelphia Democratic primary election resulted in a big win for progressive candidates. District Attorney Larry Krasner’s landslide victory over former prosecutor Carlos Vega was […]

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City Life

Nearly 3/4 of All Contributions to Larry Krasner This Year Came from Outside Philly

Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner sure does have a lot of friends — or at least supporters — in faraway places. With polls set to […]

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City Life

Not Enthusiastic About Voting for Either Larry Krasner or Carlos Vega? You’re Not Alone.

With less than two weeks to go before the Democratic primary, I cut the suspense in my household by casting my mail-in vote. Voting for […]

City Life

Why Is Larry Krasner Still Tight With Shaun King?

As the Democratic primary race for DA begins to heat up, the incumbent is off to a rocky start. Last Tuesday, community activists disrupted a […]

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City Life

Chuck Peruto Says He’s Officially Running for District Attorney

It was close to a year ago when high-profile criminal defense attorney Chuck Peruto first told us he was considering a run for Philadelphia district […]

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City Life

Tigre Hill’s New Documentary Delves Into Sean Schellenger Killing

There were 351 homicides in Philadelphia in 2018. But none of them was talked about nearly as much as the stabbing death of Philadelphia real […]

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Is It Just Me, or Do the Philly Feds Really Hate Larry Krasner?

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. U.S. Attorney William McSwain Comes Out Swinging […]

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City Life

Rachel Levine Has Had Enough of Your Transphobic Bullshit

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Health Secretary Rachel Levine Addresses Transphobic Comments […]

City Life

Trump Threatens to Send Federal Agents to Philly, Krasner Threatens to Charge Them

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Krasner to Trump: Bring Federal Agents to […]

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City Life

Philly Police Union Doubles Down, Selling Shirts in Support of Cop Charged With Assaulting Protester

Update: Philly police just released more information about the Joseph Bologna arrest. Click here for the full update. A roundup of Philly news. This post […]

Chef Luan Tota who says he is reopening Branzino for outdoor seating on Friday against Mayor Kenney's orders
City Life

“I’m Opening the Restaurant and If Mayor Kenney Doesn’t Like It, He Can Come Get Me”

A roundup of Philadelphia news. This post may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Yellow Phase, Yes. Outdoor Dining, No. When […]

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City Life

White Men With Bats, Bombed ATMs, and an Alleged Looter Killed at South Philly Gun Store

A roundup of Philly news. This post may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Bombed Out ATMs, White Men With Bats, […]

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City Life

Chuck Peruto Explains Why He Must Run Against Larry Krasner for Philly D.A.

Though we have a lot to get through before then — e.g. coronavirus and, you know, picking a president — Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner […]

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City Life

People of the Year: The Good, the Bad, and the Just Plain Memorable

It’s been quite a year here in ye olde Philadelphia. 2019 kicked off with a bombshell of an indictment. It wraps up with high hopes […]