High-stakes lawsuits could shape who votes and how ballots are counted in November
There’s growing attention to how elections are run and how the system can change outcomes. Not to mention the coronavirus pandemic.

Catch ‘Liberty Bell’ on your iPhone today at the Art Museum steps. It’s like Pokémon Go, but arty.
Artist Nancy Baker Cahill’s work, "Liberty Bell," is meant to raise questions about what liberty means, and for whom. It runs for about a minute and a half.

Trump signs extension of COVID-19 relief fund for businesses
President Donald Trump on Saturday signed into law a temporary extension of a subsidy program for small businesses battered by the coronavirus. The legislation extends the June 30 deadline for applying for the program to Aug. 8.

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Welcome to a pandemic-shortened Phillies season. Can you pitch for Joe Girardi? | Mike Sielski

The compressed regular season and the possibility of infection or injury will make for some tricky maneuvering for Girardi and his pitching coach, Bryan Price.

Nine improvements that can help you get more out of your outdoor space

Whether you have a backyard big enough for socially distanced entertaining, or even a stoop, balcony, patio or corner lot, you can upgrade your outdoor space to make it somewhere to visit.

Who is Sault? The mystery collective’s new album doesn’t say. But it speaks to the BLM moment with power and real grace. | Review

Sault's new album, "Black Is," draws on on dub, gospel, reggae, and funk to raise a fist against oppression and celebrate collective strength. Also well worth a listen: New releases from the Mekons and Joe Ely.

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Takeout at the Shore delivers big flavors without the crowds

Eating at the Shore in 2020 is anything but normal. But takeout at the beach remains a safe and satisfying approach.

Former Phillies pitcher Tyson Brummett dies in plane crash

The Phillies drafted Brummett in 2007's seventh round and he reached the majors for a day in 2012. He was 35 years old.

The most important Pa. congressional races used to be in the Philly suburbs. Not anymore.

In the wake of a broad political realignment turbocharged by President Donald Trump’s election in 2016, attention has shifted to newly contested regions of the state.
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