Rihanna rocked Made in America this year, Coldplay closed the show and everyone from 2 Chainz to DJ Khaled to Adventure Club played in between. The Jay Z-curated concert was back for a fifth year on the Ben Franklin Parkway. You’ve likely seen concert photos posted online over the weekend. But here’s what you didn’t see if you weren’t there.
The state closed every single Philadelphia liquor store after more than a third of locations sustained damage
It’s the first time the LCB has shuttered all 48 Philly stores for anything other than weather, a spokesperson said.
by Ali Mohsen
Plus $15 caviar bumps, in case you’re looking.
by Ali Mohsen
What Philly is saying about the Taylor Swift-Travis Kelce situationship, and what it could mean for the Eagles
Is she stringing him along to wreck his Super Bowl chances? Hey, anything’s possible.
by Asha Prihar
Philly police recruitment triples, adds diversity after $1M marketing campaign focusing on Black and Latino communities
The new infusion of recruits won’t overcome the staffing shortage, but officials say it’s a start.
Former councilmember and mayoral candidate Derek Green is now helping Cherelle Parker. After November, will he run for DA?
Or what about Congress? The “recovering elected official” isn’t ruling it out.
by Meir Rinde
What’s a little water when you’re celebrating heritage and culture?
From civil rights leader to political pioneer to gangsta rap foe, Philly’s C. DeLores Tucker lived a full life in the public eye
She was the first Black woman to hold a cabinet position in Pennsylvania, and is remembered for much more.
‘Justo lo que tenía que hacer’: Gabriela Sánchez se inspira en su herencia para dirigir el Fondo Cultural de Filadelfia
La artista, de 32 años, está encantada de dirigir una organización cultural en la ciudad.
by Némesis Mora
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