DNC demonstration organizers protest Philly restrictions on rallies, marches

DNC demonstration organizers protest Philly restrictions on rallies, marches

Protest groups planning demonstrations during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next month say they will take to the streets with or without city permits.

Philly exhibit showcases newly robust contemporary art collection, thanks to Sachs gift

Philly exhibit showcases newly robust contemporary art collection, thanks to Sachs gift

In a new exhibit, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is showcasing a collection of donated works from Keith and Katherine Sachs that is expected to transform the encyclopedic institution into a powerhouse of contemporary art.

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Taxi medallion values hit new low as PPA sets minimum bid for upcoming auction

Taxi medallion values hit new low as PPA sets minimum bid for upcoming auction

The Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) set the minimum bid for the sale of 41 new taxi medallions for wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAVs) at $10,000 at its monthly board meeting Tuesday morning.

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Don’t misunderstand One Water Street outcome: It’s a victory
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Don’t misunderstand One Water Street outcome: It’s a victory

Mayor Kenney, administration officials, and housing advocates have just won a tremendously important victory for affordable housing, the rule of law in zoning and development, and the future of the Central Delaware waterfront.

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In a world of 'not my job,' do you shut up or speak up?

My 10-year-old granddaughter is body surfing in the ocean. One of two young lifeguards is staring at his cell phone. Watching the surf, he is not. What would you do? Give him the benefit of the doubt? Pray that no one

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4 arrrested as immigration ruling protest snarls Center City traffic

4 arrrested as immigration ruling protest snarls Center City traffic

Four people were arrested in Center City Tuesday afternoon during a protest of the Supreme Court decision blocking the Obama admnistration's attempt to shield millions of immigrants from deportation.

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WHYY's The Pulse wins multiple national and local awards

WHYY's The Pulse wins multiple national and local awards

WHYY's health and science show, The Pulse, was recognized with two awards from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI). The show was voted as the Best News/Public Affairs Program for its episode, The Pulse Goes To

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