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Located about 46 miles southwest of New York City, Philadelphia is one of the largest college towns in the United States and has the second-largest student concentration on the East Coast. Philadelphia is home to the Liberty Bell, one of the most prominent symbols of the American Revolutionary War. It is a familiar symbol of independence within the United States and has been described as an icon of liberty and justice.

Population: 1540000
Local Newspapers: The Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) Philadelphia 76ers (NBA) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Local Colleges: University of Pennsylvania Drexel University Temple University

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Postcard from the End of America: Pennsport in Philadelphia

Drive-in theaters are practically extinct, diners are dying, but go-go bars are still common in working class neighborhoods across America. It's wholesome afterwork entertainment for the sweating man.

Volunteers brighten up Kistler Elementary

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Tonight's Concert Picks: Petal at Everybody Hits, The Districts at...

You may have caught Petal in stunning solo form recently at that fantastic show with Julien Baker and Half Waif, and now the Scranton-based project of Kiley Lotz returns to Philly for another solo performance - this time on a smaller-scale, at Everybody Hits, but the show is sure to be no less beautiful and even more intimate than it was on the big stage. Born Without Bones , Super American and Tombo Crush will also play the Home Outgrown Presents gig.

Driver Dies After Being Shot and Crashing Into Building

A driver died from his injuries after he was shot while driving a minivan and then crashed into a building in West Philadelphia early Saturday evening. The 29-year-old man was driving a black dodge minivan on the 600 block of N. 52nd Street at 6:03 p.m. when a gunman opened fire.

Man gets his dying wish: To be buried with cheesesteaks new

A man who always joked that he didn't want to venture into the afterlife hungry got his wish when he was buried with two cheesesteaks from his favorite sandwich shop - Pat's King of Steaks in Philadelphia. According to his grandson, Dominic Lussi, when asked what he wanted to take with him when he died, Richard Lussi replied, "What do you think? Pat's cheesesteak!" Richard Lussi, from Plains Township, was a rabid fan of Philadelphia sports teams, and that loyalty spread to the famed cheesesteak shop after a pregame meal decades ago, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Berks man rescued from fire with seconds to spare

State police vehicle pursuit in Union Township leads to crash and arrest, near Philadelphia at least 20 injured in fire at Pennsylvania senior living community. A wheelchair-bound Berks County man was saved by firefighters and a police officer in the nick of time from an intense fire Thursday evening at 160 Cheese Lane in Tilden Township.

Hearings Set For Two On Days Inn Drug Charges

Two men identified as Philadelphia residents are in custody and scheduled for preliminary hearings Nov. 30 in the Pottstown courtroom of Magisterial District Justice Edward C. Kropp Sr., following their recent arrests by Lower Pottsgrove police on several drug-related charges stemming from an incident at the Days Inn on Industrial Highway. Kevin Rasheen Moore , 34, and Otis Mitchell , 46, face multiple counts of intent or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver controlled substances, intent to possess a controlled substance, and use or possession of drug paraphernalia, according to Montgomery County court docket sheets and public summary reports.

Cops: South Street police station vandalized, anarchist propaganda found at scene

Stephanie Farr covers Philly Culture for the Philadelpha Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com. She writes about the people, places, things, and ideas that make Philly and its suburbs weird, wild, and wonderfully unique.

This Classic Black & White Wedding is Also Classic Philadelphia

When in doubt on wedding colors, you can never go wrong with classic black and white. Add in a touch of gold for a festive feel, but otherwise this timeless palette is exactly that - timeless.

These Philly schoolkids marched against injustice 50 years ago, and...

Kristen Graham covers the Philadelphia School District. A native Philadelphian and a product of the school system and Temple University she has written about everything from crime and county government to education since joining the Inquirer in 2000.

Museums mark 100 years since death of French artist Rodin

Museums around the world are marking 100 years since the death of French artist Auguste Rodin, including the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia. A ceremony marking the day of the artist's death was held Friday at the museum on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

Man gets his dying wish: To be buried with cheesesteaks

A Pennsylvania man who always joked that he wanted to take something to eat when he died has gotten his wish. Richard Lussi's family buried him with two cheesesteaks from Pat's King of Steaks in Philadelphia - topped with Cheez Whiz but no onions.

Philly man pleads guilty to assault

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Judge denies request to stop demolition of Camden High School26 minutes ago

A dozen Camden High School alumni and city residents filed out of federal court in disappointment after a judge on Thursday denied their request for an injunction to stop the planned demolition of the landmark "Castle on the Hill." Work to tear down the 101-year-old edifice could begin in about a month, according to the state Schools Development Authority.

Philadelphia moves one step closer to return of local control of public schools

Philadelphia's School Reform Commission voted Thursday night to begin steps to dissolve itself, paving the way for a return to city control for the nation's 8th largest school district after 16 years. If approved by the state Secretary of Education, which must happen by December 31st, the district would be turned back to a nine-member school board appointed by Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney with city council approval on July 1 of next year.

Philly woman, 78, killed while crossing Roosevelt Boulevard identified45 minutes ago

Family members have identified 78-year-old Shien Ching Shen as the woman who was killed by a pickup truck as she tried to cross Roosevelt Boulevard at Tyson Avenue on Tuesday in Northeast Philadelphia. Lac said in an interview that his grandmother, who immigrated to the United States from China in the 1990s, helped care for him while his mother and father worked to provide for the family.

Bankrupt North Philadelphia Health System could continue running Girard Medical Center

I write about the business side of health care, higher education, and the broader nonprofit sector, with occasional forays into the food and alcoholic beverage industries. Philadelphia has ended negotiations with NHS Human Services on a contract under which NHS would have run drug-treatment and behavioral-health operations at Girard Medical Center and the associated Goldman Clinic, a methadone center.

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