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Skinny Jeans, Just Die Already

When I was in college, nights out were a sea of black pants. There were slight variations, sure, but the gist was always the same: […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: The Soda Tax!

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On Philly Fatherhood: My Dad, Vacation King

Most of the year, there was Regular Dad. Regular Dad was kind of like Don Draper (minus the three-martini lunches and workday naps). He was […]

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On Philly Fatherhood: My Dad and the Father Who Wasn’t

You brace yourself for a phone call; you don’t brace yourself for an email. But one day last year, this message from my father, with […]

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On Philly Fatherhood: My Dad and the Talk

One summer night a long time ago, when I was 11, my father drove me down into Philly to see a baseball game. Dad had […]

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Meet Philadelphia’s Most Infamous Snitch

Benny Martinez is sitting in a dimly lit booth, giving me some serious side-eye. This is the first time we’ve met. He doesn’t trust me. […]

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On Philly Fatherhood: My Dad Sold Fords

A memory: my junior year at Penn. I go home for Christmas. I bring the first story I wrote for the professor who, upon reading […]

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What My Dad Taught Me

Jesse Rendell, 36, attorney, on Ed Rendell, former governor: “Growing up, I would watch my father stop and listen to everyone. Homeless people, important people, […]

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One of Us: Nellie Fitzpatrick

My name is … Nellie Fitzpatrick, but my legal name is Helen Lamphier Fitzpatrick. Helen was my great-grandmother, and Lamphier was my other great-grandmother’s maiden […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Spoiled Millennials Put a Crack in the State Store System

 

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“This Was No Accident”

In the last hours she spent with her mother, Anne Bryan offered a sunny proposal: “Let’s go for a bike ride.” Nancy Winkler hesitated. It […]

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Field Guide: Our Favorite Fitness Classes at the Art Museum Right Now

Rocky’s iconic ascent up the Art Museum steps would look far different now than it did back in 1979. For starters, he’d have to bob […]

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The New York Times Disses Philly: A History

When Philly bested New York City as the site for next month’s DNC, we noticed the New York Times slinging a few jealous barbs our […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: The School District Got Two New Holidays

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Why I’m Embarrassed (Sort Of) to Live in the Philly Suburbs

I lean back in the salon chair, making small talk with Jacques as he squishes shampoo through my hair. We’ve ticked through most of the […]