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Texas-Style Brisket in Bucks County, and More Philly Restaurant News

A revamped menu of BBQ at Holy ‘Que Smokehouse Feeling like some BBQ? With this weather (and this upcoming weekend), of course you are. Summers […]

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City Life

Temple’s Journalism Dean Thinks We Should See the Carnage of the Texas School Shooting

On Tuesday, an 18-year-old with a legally purchased an AR-15 assault rifle and handgun proceeded to murder 21 people, including 19 children, at Robb Elementary […]

City Life

This Lavish New Book Explores Italy’s Legacy in Philly

This city’s Italian roots run deep, and a new book out from Temple University Press, The Italian Legacy in Philadelphia, does a thorough job of […]

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NextHealth PHL

Philly Pharmacologists Are Developing a Promising Pain-Relieving CBD Analog Drug

It’s no secret that America — and Philadelphia — is currently in the midst of an opioid epidemic. When a patient is prescribed the pain-relieving […]

City Life

Temple Shows Its True Colors in Bringing Students Back to Campus, Causing COVID Outbreak

When the coronavirus pandemic first hit the United States, it became virtually impossible to read a story about the present moment without bumping into the […]

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City Life

Think Jim Kenney Is a COVID Hypocrite? You’ve Gotta Check Out This Bar-Owning Sea Isle Mayor

A roundup of Philly-area news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Sea Isle Mayor in Hot Water Over […]

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City Life

Marc Vetri Goes Off On Mayor Kenney After the Mayor Dines Indoors

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Marc Vetri Not a Big Fan of […]

City Life

Temple Faculty Union Demands Right to Teach Online This Fall

The other week, we told you about the simmering discontent among professors at some Philly colleges, as their institutions sought to return to on-campus instruction […]

City Life

Philly Colleges Plan to Return In-Person. Some Professors Aren’t So Sure.

As the fall draws nearer, we’re finally starting to learn how education amid pandemic might play out at universities. Back in the spring, when the […]

NextHealth PHL

5 Puzzling New Symptoms of Coronavirus, Explained

It started with a cough. In the early days, when COVID-19 first began to spread beyond its origin in Wuhan, China, doctors warned about a […]

NextHealth PHL

Philly Researchers Are Speeding Up the Clinical Research Process With Coronavirus Trials

Over the past month, researchers in hospitals across Philadelphia have launched as many as 30 clinical trials all aimed at finding cures for COVID-19. It’s […]

NextHealth PHL

These Philly Coronavirus Medical Milestones Prove Hope Is Not Lost

There are currently no approved treatments or cures for COVID-19, which has sickened more than 10,000 people in Philadelphia and caused more than 400 deaths. […]

Be Well Philly

Philly Health-Care Students Are Gathering PPE for Local Medical Workers

Every day, healthcare professionals put their own safety on the line in order to treat patients. Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, though, the […]

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City Life

Temple’s Online MBA Makes a Less Than Triumphant Return to U.S. News Rankings

When U.S. News & World Report released its latest rankings on Tuesday for the nation’s best online MBA programs, Temple’s Fox School of Business — home to the […]

NextHealth PHL

The Top 5 Healthcare Stories of 2019

NextHealth PHL launched in May 2019, just days before the BIO International Convention brought nearly 20,000 healthcare professionals from around the world to Philadelphia. Six […]