Opinion

A ShopRite gift that ‘almost brings tears to my eyes’ | Maria Panaritis

The historic Nile Swim Club gets new basketball courts with a $30,000 donation. Jeff Brown and Anthony Patterson are exemplars for us all.
Opinion

A ShopRite gift that ‘almost brings tears to my eyes’ | Maria Panaritis

The historic Nile Swim Club gets new basketball courts with a $30,000 donation. Jeff Brown and Anthony Patterson are exemplars for us all.

Column

Northeast Philly business owners go from ‘couch commandos’ to forming security patrols after looting in May and October

How immigrant small-business owners and supporters in one Philadelphia neighborhood reacted after attacks following protests showed city police were "stretched too thin."
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Northeast Philly business owners go from ‘couch commandos’ to forming security patrols after looting in May and October

How immigrant small-business owners and supporters in one Philadelphia neighborhood reacted after attacks following protests showed city police were "stretched too thin."

Opinion

As new White House leadership takes shape, much to give thanks for | Trudy Rubin

Facts, science, professionalism, diversity, and empathy will soon enter the White House.
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As new White House leadership takes shape, much to give thanks for | Trudy Rubin

Facts, science, professionalism, diversity, and empathy will soon enter the White House.
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A sweet, surprise visit reminds me there’s a lot to be thankful for | Helen Ubiñas

This Thanksgiving season, there is a lot to be thankful for.

Opinion

The life and death of a bogus political narrative, by the numbers | The Angry Grammarian

Tracking the rise and fall of people's interest in the word "acuity" in relation to Joe Biden.

Opinion

Biden’s Cabinet is ‘delightfully boring.’ Can reality-TV-addled America deal with it? | Will Bunch

America is seeing the start of something it's not used to: A White House that's experienced, qualified ... and boring. Could Biden's ploy work?

Opinion

Local gyms will need help to survive shutdown during the COVID-19 pandemic | Jenice Armstrong

I’m not saying that gyms should be reopened during a pandemic. But fitness facilities shouldn’t be left to struggle on their own.

Opinion

Joe Biden’s bill to the Black community is due | Solomon Jones

Now that the battle is over, it is time to divide the spoils, and Black people are rightly at the front of the line.

Opinion

New Biden foreign policy will put Americans first alongside democratic allies | Trudy Rubin

Biden will reverse Trump's America First, which undercut American leadership and weakened U.S. vis a vis China.

Opinion

Biden’s baffling pick on climate change

Biden’s baffling pick on climate change.

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Philadelphia has an affordable-housing crisis. Biden’s platform has a simple, but radical, solution. | Inga Saffron

Under his proposal, every cost-burdened, low-income family would receive a check to bridge the gap between their actual rent and the rent they can afford. The impact would be immediate.

Opinion

Trump, GOP’s ridiculous, flailing coup isn’t a joke. It’s a crime. There must be consequences | Will Bunch

Trump's push to overturn his election defeat is laughably bad, but it's no joke. We need to make it clear that assaulting democracy is a crime.

Opinion

Worrying every day about everything is our national pastime | Helen Ubiñas

How do we keep the faith when our faith-tanks are running low?

Opinion

This Thanksgiving, lean on memories of being with extended family to get you through | Jenice Armstrong

If I’ve learned anything during all of these challenging months as the death toll has risen it’s the value of spending time with loved ones.

Column

With no relief in sight, Philadelphia restaurateurs feel like ‘it’s slipping away’ | Craig LaBan

Many restaurants have already begun turning off the lights, closing at least temporarily in hopes of waiting out the winter with minimized expenses.

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