You’re about to buy books as holiday gifts this month. Before you get them from a national retailer, consider the story of Giovanni’s Room.
Lupus patient Jennifer Clare Burke knew she couldn't afford to lose her good insurance coverage. As it turned out, the Affordable Care Act just made it less expensive.
Sixers management aims to score big in the long term by growing a D-League basketball crew in Philly's backyard.
Drexel prof Yaba Blay's striking new photo book "One Drop" explores how a wide range of different skin tones affects Americans' personal identities. In this PW excerpt, eight Philadelphia-area residents of mixed heritage concur: However light they may be, they're still most certainly Black. Our own Kennedy Allen agrees...
Maybe you heard: While a guest on the Bill O’Reilly Fox News program on Thursday, former Pennsylvania Senator and presidential candidate Rick Santorum compared South African Apartheid to Obamacare. Apartheid was the system of racial segregation in South Africa that the late Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday before the O’Reilly program, spent his life fighting [...]
In what may signal the end of one particular political and micro-societal fight in a section of the city, City Council voted to override Mayor Nutter’s veto of a bill requiring new medical offices to get zoning variance before opening in two Northeast Philadelphia districts. The bill was brought up as a reactionary measure against Healing [...]