World alarmed by violence in U.S.; thousands march in London
Thousands gathered in London, Denmark, Berlin and elsewhere to show support for American demonstrators.

Will the protests cause a spike in COVID-19 cases? Wait two weeks.
The virus seems to spread more easily indoors. But as Philadelphia learned in 1918, open air is no guarantee.

Voting is different in Philly this year. Here’s what you need to know.
Voting in a pandemic doesn’t look like anything we’ve ever seen before. But the better prepared you are, the less likely you are to encounter problems.

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After the chaos, black Philadelphians should refocus on justice | Solomon Jones

When others come in and turn peaceful protests violent, they can go back to where they came from. But this is our home.

La Colombe is reopening coffee shops with acrylic panels for social distancing

The Philadelphia-based coffee giant is taking pages out of the airport and pharmacy handbooks in retrofitting its cafes.

SpaceX’s astronaut-riding Dragon arrives at space station

SpaceX delivered two astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA on Sunday, following up a historic liftoff with an equally smooth docking in yet another first for Elon Musk’s company.

Advocates want coronavirus to lead to better public spaces in Philly

“MLK was a big win, a good win, but it was one of those things where it’s just not available to everybody," said Randy LoBasso, of the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia. "It’s just not.”

You work, your kids learn to juggle. Circus livestreams and more quality screen time to get you all through the next week.

Kids can tumble and learn to juggle with the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts. Or get mad (and make stress putty) in a Franklin Institute Science + Stories session. Or go way, way back with the Penn Museum.

‘PHLove’ variety show raised $1.5 million for the PHL COVID-19 Fund

The hourlong show featured performances by Questlove and Patti LaBelle.

Coronavirus is forcing small businesses to close for good: ‘There’s nothing we can do’

Small business owners in the Philadelphia area are riding the first wave of the worst economic tsunami since the Great Depression.
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