By Tara Murtha
This month, Babette Josephs left office after 28 years representing Philly in Harrisburg. But first she sat down with PW to ponder her legacy, her future, and how Pennsylvania’s partisan conflict mirrors America’s.
By Randy LoBasso
Regardless of what side of the political spectrum you fall on, hunger is nothing to laugh at. Yet those who find themselves in need of taxpayer-funded assistance to buy food find there’s a stigma attached to doing so.
By PW Staff
The Starting Line; The Nutcracker; Making Time; Mummers and more things to do this week in Philly.
By Eugene Holley, Jr.
Enough of that greasy kid’s stuff. This year, a slew of brilliant musicians— some from Philly—gave adults with seasoned tastes something to tap their toes to.