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“Is Fox 29 Turning Into Fox News?” Inside Allegations of an “Extremely Conservative” Newsroom Culture

Following former Fox 29 legal analyst Ken Rothweiler’s allegation that he was fired by the station’s news director for being “too pro-Black Lives Matter,” nine […]

Be Well Philly

How TV Anchor Dana Perino Is Covering the News and Staying Fit from the Shore

Welcome to Sweat Diaries, Be Well Philly’s look at the time, energy, and money people invest in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle in the greater […]

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City Life

With $5 Million Grant, Lenfest Institute Makes Its Largest-Ever Investment in Local News

In today’s media world, fraught with layoffs and hedge fund takeovers, one of the surest methods of survival — temporary survival, anyway — is ownership by a […]

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Be Well Philly

Philly Just Got a Less Sugary Pumpkin Spice Latte

Le Pain Quotidien Has Made a Less Sugary PSL I always sort of forget about Le Pain Quotidien (probably because I mix it up with […]

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Be Well Philly

Philly’s Upcoming “Social Impact Fitness Studio” Has Found a Space

Note: This story has been updated to include the specific workouts that will be featured in Set Fitness’ fall pop-up series. Set Fitness Has Found […]

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City Life

Inga Saffron and Stu Bykofsky Absolutely Savaged Each Other at Stu’s Farewell Party

Update: Stu Bykofsky has now sued Inga Saffron and the Philadelphia Inquirer over the incident seen in this video. For the full story about the […]

Stu Bykofsky
City Life

Stu Bykofsky Is About to Be Out of a Job — and He Has Plenty to Say About It

Whether they love him or hate him, everybody in the Philadelphia media world today is talking about Stu Bykofsky. From out of nowhere, the controversial […]

City Life

Will Rebecca Rhynhart Derail the City’s New Voting Machines?

Philadelphia’s city commissioners, who oversee elections, say they’ve purchased the best — and most expensive — new voting machines out there just in time for […]

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City Life

Columnist Jenice Armstrong on “Sexy Singles,” Getting Doxxed, and Her Best-Ever Philly Meal

My name is … Jenice Maria Armstrong. I’m a little nervous giving out my middle name. If people know that and exactly how old you […]

City Life

End of an Era: G Philly Says Farewell

While it is often said that all good things must come to an end, what is left out is that all great things must evolve. […]

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City Life

U.S. News 2019 Best College Rankings: Where Local Universities Placed

Some of us follow college rankings religiously. Others, not so much. For those who fall into the former category (or those who can’t help but […]

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City Life

This Woman Calls SugarHouse a Terrible Place to Work for Breastfeeding Moms

SugarHouse Casino on the Philadelphia waterfront regularly touts itself as the “best place to work” in the city. It’s all over its website. But one […]

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City Life

Fox News Uses Photo of Patti LaBelle in Aretha Franklin Tribute

I’m not sure what your Thursday entailed, but mine involved listening to Aretha Franklin songs on repeat while I worked in the office and read a […]

Things to Do

Diamond (No Rough): Jim Gardner’s Favorite Place

Each month Philadelphia magazine asks notable Philadelphians to share their favorite spots in the region. This month, Action News legend Jim Gardner takes us out to […]

Business

Temple Dean Out for Falsifying School Ranking Data

Moshe Porat, former Dean of Temple University’s Fox School of Business, was officially forced out of the role on Monday. The ousting follows the release […]