The Philadelphia Inquirer's coverage of this weekend's hate rally on Independence Mall outright denies the presence of hate groups there.
H.L. Mencken's "Life of Kings" quote does the industry a disservice and in this column I argue that publishers should use an older framework, noblesse oblige, to better understand their social obligation.
The team at Vox Media deserves all the snaps for its work on Chorus, the once-mythical "unicorn" content management system that does just about everything a digital publisher could want.
The first mention I could find of "gritty Philadelphia" was a June 16, 1880 article in the Boston (Daily) Globe about a walking contest known as the Sawdust Pounders.
A statue should be erected in Gerry Lenfest's honor at City Hall to remind future generations of this man who made it his mission to give away as much wealth as possible before he died.
Why do users now see "www2" whenever navigating to a Philly.com article page?
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