Life under coronavirus demands the quiet strength to go on | Albert Eisenberg

I have prayed online, exercised at home, and taken runs through our beautiful neighborhoods. I have also overslept, felt the gnaw of depression, and the anxiety of having no “things to do."

‘This virus is a death sentence for my daughter’: How coronavirus guidelines punish disability | Perspective

Should Leta catch this virus, her preexisting lung disease and cognitive challenges make her a highly unlikely candidate for a ventilator because she has a lower chance of survival — and lacks the attributes society deems worth fighting for.

‘This virus is a death sentence for my daughter’: How coronavirus guidelines punish disability | Perspective

Should Leta catch this virus, her preexisting lung disease and cognitive challenges make her a highly unlikely candidate for a ventilator because she has a lower chance of survival — and lacks the attributes society deems worth fighting for.

From a Philadelphia church, a call for musicians to help a city waiting to exhale | Helen Ubiñas

What if he could offer his parishioners an opportunity to replace their fears and uncertainty with a little music?

From a Philadelphia church, a call for musicians to help a city waiting to exhale | Helen Ubiñas

What if he could offer his parishioners an opportunity to replace their fears and uncertainty with a little music?

Political Cartoon: Bye, bye Bernie

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

Political Cartoon: Bye, bye Bernie

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.
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Broadening the value and reach of news during the coronavirus crisis | Opinion

In a crisis, there’s an opportunity to engage differently and to work collaboratively to deliver useful reporting and information to our neighbors in a time of great need.

Amid coronavirus crisis, Pa. Liquor Control Board leaves behind income for the state | Opinion

By limiting purchasing and delivery, the PLCB is endangering thousands of jobs and businesses in the private sector, leaving behind millions of dollars in income, and unfairly barring sales from licensed suppliers.

Pa. gun owner: I want gun stores closed during coronavirus | Opinion

As both a gun owner and a doctor, I see gun stores staying open as flying in the face of public health.

Remote learning is unequal. Coronavirus changed that — for now. | Opinion

Students at elite institutions are asking to pay lower tuition for as long as they endure distance learning — which is typically just forced on less privileged students.

Philadelphia officials stopped Rivers Casino from closing off its Delaware River trail, but that’s not enough | Inga Saffron

Cities around the world are starting to close parks. But as the coronavirus crisis grows, we need more public space, not less.

Coronavirus could require rationing of lifesaving resources. Health workers and people with disabilities deserve protection. | Editorial

People with disabilities do not deserve to bear the brunt of the inability of the richest country in the world to prepare for the coronavirus pandemic.

Political Cartoon: White House independent watchdogs

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

Will coronavirus pandemic reverse Philly’s progress? | Opinion

The findings in Pew's annual "State of the City" report must be seen in a different light amid the coronavirus crisis.

Coronavirus lessons: How South Korea got face masks for everyone and Germany kept death rate down | Trudy Rubin

Better national leadership, early preparation, and massive testing helped South Korea and Germany take the lead in COVID-19 results. The U.S. could improve by adapting their models.

Pastor welcomes worshippers into church despite coronavirus and that needs to stop | Jenice Armstrong

It’s an awful lot to expect us to sacrifice attending church services during Holy Week and on Easter Sunday of all religious holidays. But social distancing is one of the only tools we have to try and prevent the transmission of the coronavirus.

Coronavirus, like past pandemics, shows how black bodies are political | Opinion

We're already seeing racial trends in coronavirus cases, including in Philly.

In Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary, Republicans will literally kill you to win an election | Will Bunch

A political outrage in Wisconsin is the culmination of a decades-long GOP assault on democracy, and a plea for radical reform in November.

As an Italian in Philly, I didn’t want the U.S. to repeat my country’s mistakes | Opinion

I implore city and state leaders to act more strongly — to close state parks, monitor the stay-at-home order, do enough before it is too late.

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