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Can you think of a worse way to open a local grocery store than having two Pennsylvania legislators struggle their way through a half-assed attempt […]
Dear God, it’s here. Today is Election Day. The stakes are high: This is Philadelphia’s first competitive mayoral primary in eight years. Plus, candidates for City Council, […]
(Editor’s note: This week on Citified we’re featuring op-eds from supporters of the mayoral candidates. Monday, Ken Trujillo endorsed Jim Kenney. Today, Ajay Raju, CEO […]
(Editor’s note: This week on Citified we’re featuring op-eds from supporters of the mayoral candidates. Up first is Ken Trujillo, who is endorsing Jim Kenney. […]
There are just 29 days remaining before Philadelphians choose the city’s next mayor. It doesn’t feel that way; not given how low voter interest appears to […]
Eight months into Michael Nutter’s first year as mayor, the New York Times Magazine published an 8,200-word story headlined “Is Obama the End of Black Politics?” […]
(Tonight, Wednesday at 6 p.m., join Philadelphia magazine for a live interview with Anthony Williams. It’s free, open to the public, and Pipeline Philly is […]
This Wednesday at 6 p.m., Citified sits down for a frank, wide-ranging interview with mayoral candidate and State Senator Anthony Hardy Williams.
1. How Some Charter Schools Keep Out the Riff-Raff The Gist: This is an important, well-reported story from WHYY’s Kevin McCorry, that’s not easily condensed […]
State Senator Anthony Williams has represented West Philly in Harrisburg since he was 31 years old. He ran for governor in 2010, and has become […]
(Editor’s note: This is an opinion column from a Citified insider.) Jim Kenney’s Monday endorsement by West Oak Lane Democratic pols is worthy of the […]
Less than 10 minutes into the first televised debate of the 2015 mayoral race, Lynne Abraham crumpled to the floor of the stage at the […]
1. Pro-Williams super PAC ups ad buy to a cool $1 million. The gist: Dave Davies reports for Newsworks that the American Cities Super PAC—that’s the […]
State Senator and mayoral candidate Tony Williams is the first contender to take to the air with a campaign-funded TV ad. There’s a pro Jim-Kenney […]