A rhyming trolley ride with the 'SEPTA Poet'

A rhyming trolley ride with the 'SEPTA Poet'

"On the left, with the Route 10 trolley track, like Ernie and Bert, we are really different. But, we're still friends. Sharing a tunnel to 33rd and Market this stop," announces trolley conductor Mike Fuller.

Health care providers divided over Trump's new Secretary for Health and Human Services

Health care providers divided over Trump's new Secretary for Health and Human Services

Earlier this month, physician and Georgia Congressman Tom Price was confirmed as Secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services. That's not sitting too well with some in the region.

Community college starts 'Shark Tank' like contest to match investors and entrepreneurs

Community college starts 'Shark Tank' like contest to match investors and entrepreneurs

It probably won't be as cut-throat as Shark Tank, but Bucks County Community College is launching a contest inspired by that TV show. The Start Me Up Challenge is offering up to $100,000 and mentoring by area investors to

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National Interest | Dick Polman

Don the Con's Thomas Jefferson hustle

Because I have a life (as do you), I didn't waste the warm Saturday twilight watching the adoration junkie serve up delusional pap to his acolytes. Still, as always, it was impossible to tune out Trump's greatest hits — like

Black History Untold: Joy | Donna Frisby-Greenwood

Essay: Standing up to racism by finding your voice

I was about 15 years old when we organized a trip to march on Washington to make Dr. King's birthday a national holiday.  I was too young to vote. But I actually saw the result of my direct action. That for me,  was

Speak Easy | Gregg Roman

Op-ed: Targeting of nationalities and not individuals is why Trump's travel ban fails

There is a general consensus in the U.S. that we need to protect ourselves and not allow people who wish us harm to pass through our borders. The two executive orders from President Trump on Jan. 27 were both game-changing

Black History Untold: Joy | Matt Hopkins

Essay: A 71-year-old dancer heard joy in Marian Anderson's voice

My aunt took me to a Marian Anderson concert at the Union Baptist Church in South Philly. I was probably about 5 years old. It gave me a totally different picture  of who I was and who I could be.

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Area lawmakers face constituents angry over Trump agenda in town halls, on phone

Area lawmakers face constituents angry over Trump agenda in town halls, on phone

Have you tried to contact your representative or senator in Washington lately? Have trouble reaching them? If so, you're not alone. And that's putting more focus on upcoming town halls some lawmakers are holding back in

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