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With Clay Studio’s move to North American Street, a new creative cluster emerges in South Kensington | Inga Saffron

Could an old Philadelphia industrial corridor become a new arts district? The Clay Studio is betting on it.
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With Clay Studio’s move to North American Street, a new creative cluster emerges in South Kensington | Inga Saffron

Could an old Philadelphia industrial corridor become a new arts district? The Clay Studio is betting on it.

Opinion

‘The ethical climate in American business is in decline,’ and Wawa and Boeing offer proof | Maria Panaritis

You’re not dreaming: It’s uglier than ever out there in the business world, says a guy who would know.
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‘The ethical climate in American business is in decline,’ and Wawa and Boeing offer proof | Maria Panaritis

You’re not dreaming: It’s uglier than ever out there in the business world, says a guy who would know.

Opinion

Philly deserves more answers on the shiny new plan to stop the shootings | Mike Newall

A version of Focused Deterrence has been sold as a way to curb the killings in Philadelphia. It’s just that no one can say what exactly it will look like.
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Philly deserves more answers on the shiny new plan to stop the shootings | Mike Newall

A version of Focused Deterrence has been sold as a way to curb the killings in Philadelphia. It’s just that no one can say what exactly it will look like.
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Never mind Iran, impeachment: Pay attention to Taiwan | Trudy Rubin

Democratic elections in Taiwan have angered Beijing and could cause conflict between U.S. and China.

Opinion

This elementary school principal will do anything for his students, including cutting their hair | Jenice Armstrong

At a time when authorities nationwide are searching for ways to reach at-risk students, Terrance Newton has found a novel way to connect with his young male students. Warner Elementary's barbershop cost next to nothing. Most of the supplies are donated. Others Newton purchased himself.

Opinion

U.S. progressives should support the uprising in Iran — even if Trump does, too | Will Bunch

The irony of a U.S. near-war with Iran: The citizenry of both nations face lying, corrupt regimes. Both governments should be removed.

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Iconic boutique Knit Wit has closed its last Philadelphia-area store. What’s next for its owner? | Elizabeth Wellington

With Knit Wit, Ann Gitter had a permanent brick and mortar presence in the local fashion scene for more than 50 years. Now that Knit Wit is closed, what's on Gitter's bucket list?

Opinion

The stakes have never been higher. Here’s who I plan to vote for in April’s Dem primary | Will Bunch

The 2020 Democratic primary has been ruled so far by fear. But the most courageous vote is also the vote that could save America.

Opinion

The bullet bracelets that caught Nancy Pelosi's eye are coming to Philadelphia | Helen Ubi?as

Mothers whose children were murdered hope they can save lives one donated bullet at a time.

Opinion

At funeral for former U.S. Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, a chilling portrait of our failure against cancer | Maria Panaritis

His mom, dad, grandparents and a sister all had cancer. How is this possible in America in 2020?

Opinion

This couple survived life in a tent on Vine Street. But they couldn’t survive being apart. | Mike Newall

In an overburdened system, housing for homeless couples is extremely scarce.

Opinion

Phase Two of the U.S.-Iran conflict will take place in Iraq | Trudy Rubin

This is a moment — in the wake of the mild Iranian response to Soleimani's killing — when everyone needs to take a deep breath.

Opinion

She killed her abusive ex in self-defense. She should not have gone to jail. | Jenice Armstrong

Authorities need to do a much better job of taking into account the circumstances surrounding domestic abuse survivors when charging them in such instances. Many were fighting for their lives.

Opinion

After decades of endless war, does America have any idea how to fight for peace? | Will Bunch

With ex-generals filling the TV screen, a cowed Congress, and a bombastic narcissist in the White House, can America possibly give peace a chance?

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Can eliminating traffic lights and adding a ‘Dutch’ roundabout fix a dangerous Philly intersection?

Just don't call it a traffic circle. The redesign of the intersection of Frankford Avenue, Trenton Avenue and York Street in Kensington is inspired by progressive Dutch engineering.

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