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Philly pols stump for their favorite restaurants ahead of #PHLDNC2016 [video]

Philly pols stump for their favorite restaurants ahead of #PHLDNC2016 [video]

We’ve solicited the help of our locally elected leaders for a new video series, (and WHYY event on July 12!) called Dishing DNC. Here’s just a taste of what’s to come!

Weekly Entertainment Guide - Happiness, Liberty, Life?

Weekly Entertainment Guide - Happiness, Liberty, Life?

Robin Bloom offers a guide to what's going on this holiday weekend.

Delaware Legislature ices Wilmington redistricting plan, looks to re-examine next year [video]

Delaware Legislature ices Wilmington redistricting plan, looks to re-examine next year [video]

Delaware’s Legislature punted on a plan to redraw school district lines in Wilmington, effectively pledging to reexamine the issue next year.

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What everyone's getting wrong about the Collingswood 'brownie' story
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What everyone's getting wrong about the Collingswood 'brownie' story

In the last 48 hours, Collingswood, New Jersey, got a new national identity, thanks to some circus-grade-crazy headlines that have painted it as the kind of place where police are jamming up third-graders for snack-related bias

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While looking up at the fireworks, remember the heroes beneath our feet

On Independence Day, Philadelphians and tourists will flock to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, to gaze in awe at fireworks and to attend Wawa's Welcome America celebration, the largest free concert in the country. But

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Philly relaxes permit restrictions for DNC protesters

Philly relaxes permit restrictions for DNC protesters

The city of Philadelphia has abandoned its plan to block rush-hour protests during the Democratic National Convention later this month following a lawsuit by the ACLU challenging those restrictions as violating the freedom of

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Doctors disagree about the ethics of treating friends and family

Doctors disagree about the ethics of treating friends and family

Friends do each other favors. And if your friend is a physician, that favor might be lending you medical expertise or a prescription pad. This type of informal health care happens all the time, and while it may be off the

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