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Property

Inside Look: “Hidden Haven” on Springton Lake Near Media

Scenario One: Your parents are getting up in years, and they no longer need or want that sprawling Main Line house they live in. But […]

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Be Well Philly

Meet a Health Hero Semifinalist: Marian Uhlman

» You can vote for Marian Uhlman here from September 4th through October 2nd.  Name: Marian Uhlman Role: Co-founder and executive director of Healthy NewsWorks, an organization that empowers elementary […]

City Life

Best of Philly 2018: Media, Politics, and People

Takers of the High Road Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson After their arrest — a textbook case of racial bias — at a Philly Starbucks […]

Property

Main Line Elegance in Media for $1.65M

Some concepts we still have a hard time wrapping our brains around include nested gables and million-dollar homes near Media. Last concept first: Media, as […]

City Life

A Pair of Philadelphians Made Time’s 100 Most Influential People List

Two Philadelphians have made TIME magazine’s prestigious list of the world’s 100 Most Influential People. Penn medicine’s Carl June (who earlier made our own list […]

City Life

How Mount Airy’s Malcolm Nance Became a Hero of the Resistance

As predicted, the Revolution was not televised. But fear not. On MSNBC, the Resistance — which is sort of the Revolution’s less-stoned cousin — is […]

City Life

This Trump-Loving Kid From Philly Just Made Things Worse for Newsweek

The once-venerated New York-based magazine Newsweek has its share of problems right now. The editorial staff was recently gutted. The reporting quality has plummeted right […]

Business

Without Net Neutrality, We Can’t Trust Comcast to Do What’s Right

While I and my organization have fought for an open and accountable media for years, I was delighted last week to show up at a […]

Property

Room at the Inn Near Media for $1.435M

Are you the type who enjoys entertaining guests? Want to treat them like royalty? How about meeting new people? Does that excite or intrigue you? […]

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City Life

This Elementary School Is Going on Day 5 of No Water

Students and staff at a Delaware County elementary school have been without running water for four days. Officials at Glenwood Elementary School in Media restricted water […]

Things to Do

In Carousel at Media, Life Lived Fully in a One-Horse Town

As you enter the theatre and hear the distant strains of a calliope, take a look at the stage. What you’ll see there, in Matthew […]

City Life

Billy Penn Publisher Jim Brady Fires Writer for Calling Him Names

Who wants to work with someone who’s badmouthed you in the past? Apparently not Jim Brady, CEO of Spirited Media, the parent company of Philly blog […]

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City Life

Judge: Broad Street Median Parking Is Here to Stay – for Now

It’s the end of the line for the lawsuit filed in July by self-proclaimed urbanists who sought to end median parking on Broad Street. On Wednesday, […]

Business

Comcast Promised to Expand Philly’s Low-Cost Internet—But Now It’s Not Showing Proof

Last week, Comcast announced that 9,700 more families in Philadelphia have enrolled in Internet Essentials — the company’s low-cost service for low-income residents — since […]

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City Life

City on Broad Street Parking: Cops Have More Important Things to Do

The Broad Street median parking war continues. The city is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit filed last month in Common Pleas Court by an urbanist political […]