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Got Typewriter? Royals shine again at the 215 Festival in South Philly
Mike McGettigan, who runs Trophy Bikes in Northern Liberties, was taking no chances when he signaled the start of his fifth "Type In," a jam session for those who are in love manual typewriters and...
Editor's Letter: A dark turn at the Inquirer
A journalist wrote on Facebook last week that the nasty battle that has erupted publicly at the Inquirer reminded her of Groundhog Day, the movie in which the events of a single day repeat over and...
Editor's Letter: Change of Address
When you move out of a house, you usually leave packing up the kitchen for last. Those essential pots and pans get thrown into boxes just as the moving van pulls into the driveway. So it is here at...
'The most improbable thing — ever'
On Saturday, the North Philadelphia Aztecs, a Pop Warner youth football team, got to do something they hadn't done in 20 years. They played a home game on their own field in Hunting Park. And what a...
Winds of Change
The day before I started as editor of City Paper, my new boss, publisher Nancy Stuski, sent me an email telling what I could expect to see when I walked in the front door: The paper is preparing to...
At March on Washington, paying homage to King
By noon on Saturday, the crowd at Washington, D.C.’s Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial was so thick people had to wait in line just to visit the spot where King’s huge form emerges from the stone....
Remembering the dream
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. took Mahalia Jackson’s sage advice and abandoned his prepared remarks for the soaring oratory that claimed the moral high...
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