After 40 years as editorial cartoonist at The Philadelphia Inquirer, where he garnered more than his share of both awards and hate mail, Tony Auth decided that the time had come to broaden the range of his commentary. There is, after all, so much more to life than politics.
What he needed was a new venue. What he found was WHYY, and NewsWorks, where he is now its first Digital Artist in Residence.
Earlier this year, a federal grand jury indicted several Philadelphia Traffic Court judges in an allegedly widespread ticket-fixing plot. That didn't stop Philadelphians from nominating candidates for Traffic Court judge in Tuesday's primary election.
With 95 percent More »
As the final day of Germantown High School's 99-year history approaches — the Class of '13 will don caps and gowns on June 19 — NewsWorks will present a series of stories including interviews with More »
After a bruising primary campaign, Philadelphia's Democratic City Controller Alan Butkovitz easily won renomination over two-time challenger Brett Mandel and former city attorney Mark Zecca in a low-turnout election.
With over 95 percent of the vote More »