Demonstrators protesting against police brutality gathered outside the Linc Sunday as the Eagles’ game against the Seahawks ended. Here’s how it went down.
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Making money, friends, and community connections — watching over the pool offered it all.
The competition has been around since the ‘50s, but local groups are striking out with new bowlers.
You won’t hear the phrase much outside this region, but in Philadelphia it’s ubiquitous.
It measures four key markers: job growth, small business growth, wage growth, and poverty reduction.
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Free crabfries if you brave shore traffic 🍟
Philly’s bowtie-wearing meteorologist basically set the format for Weather Channel reporting.
The Philadelphia Latino Film Festival is back, bringing food and drink deals at restaurants around the city
Check the Gusto Grub Guide for in-person or delivery specials, and look for pop-ups at movie events.
It’s a recount for Oz vs. McCormick: What you need to know about Pa.’s super-close race for Republican Senate nominee
We should know the results by June 8.
Party on, Philadelphia? The Health Department knows people aren’t going to stop gathering, so there’s an online application to help make it safer.
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Need a Phanatic hot dog launcher? 🌭
Philly has quite the reputation when it comes to personal injury lawsuits.
National voices say Pennsylvania’s next executive could wield great influence over the 2024 presidential election, and the country’s future.
Brooklyn Bowl hosts the first local edition of the touring “Forever Selena” event commemorating the late Tejano singer.
El Brooklyn Bowl presenta la primera edición local de la gira “Forever Selena” que conmemora a la difunta cantante tejana.
Anxious Clark Park vendors are hoping for city solutions, like single-day permits or relaxed requirements
Councilmember Jamie Gauthier said she’ll be “working with stakeholders” on a resolution.
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Italian Market grease pole competition in photos 🎏
Philadelphia’s $10 million buyback plan could save hundreds of community gardens and lots from sheriff’s sale
Councilmember Brooks’ “Restore Community Land” plan would address bank-owned properties from a failed bond deal from 1997.
The curb ramp repair crew has the potential to save the city millions in contractor costs.
New library for Port Richmond school; Bluecoat gin is sold; Make PHL Airport autonomous? | Morning roundup
Philly has another Jeopardy champion 📺