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About Philly Weekly

Philly Weekly — voted Best Overall Non-Daily Newspaper of 2014 by Pennsylvania's Society of Professional Journalists — is the city’s leading source for arts and entertainment news, dining reviews and provocative current-affairs coverage. Our multimedia offerings include a weekly print tabloid; a robust selection of digital content, including blogs, social media and ebooks; and event marketing that gives our readers an immediate connection to the news and information they need to live their lives. Our bold, no-holds-barred journalistic approach since 1971 has contributed to making Philly Weekly the most widely read and highly acclaimed newsweekly in the region.

Free distribution: Published by R.P.M. Philly, LLC every Wednesday in Philadelphia, Delaware, Montgomery and Chester Counties in Pennsylvania and selected other locations in southern New Jersey. The Philly Weekly is available free of charge limited to one copy per reader. Additional copies of the current issue of the Philly Weekly may be obtained only by Philly Weekly's authorized contractors or Philly Weekly distributors. No person may, without prior written permission of Philly Weekly, take more than one copy of each Philly Weekly issue.

Pennsylvania law prohibits any person from inserting printed material of any kind in any newspaper without the consent of the owner or publisher.

Mail subscriptions: Six months, $30; one year, $55. Views expressed are not necessarily those of the management. The publisher reserves the right to refuse any advertising.

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