By G.W. Miller III
Rooted in their urban experiences as well as their dramatic family histories, the AZI Fellas spit lyrics that speak of a common disenfranchisement, backed by a beat that makes you want to bounce.
By PW Staff
What to do in Philly this week.
By Jon Campisi
House Bill 1672, first introduced in 2009, seeks to make Pennsylvania an open primary state, but lingers at the committee level. These ostracized voters may be out of sight, but they’re certainly not out of mind.
By Jacob Lambert
Last Monday, the Phillies signed franchise slugger Ryan Howard to a staggering five-year, $125 million contract extension. Two days after the extension was made public, a similar sum was paid for a much different entity: Philadelphia Media Holdings’ lenders shelled out $135 million at auction for the bankrupt Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com.