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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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Philadelphia News
Candidates for Philly D.A. clash in debate36 minutes ago

Andrew Seidman covers politics in the Philadelphia region, focusing on power brokers. Previously, he covered New Jersey state government and politics.

Gerrymandering and the 2018 elections: Advocates ask Pa. Supreme...

Jonathan Lai covers issues related to rights and explores our changing understanding of them. Topics include freedom of expression, gerrymandering, and digital privacy and security.

Counter-terrorism unit seeks Center City rooftop creeper57 minutes ago

Joseph A. Gambardello is online breaking news editor. A former wire service foreign correspondent and New York City newspaper journalist, he joined the Inquirer in 1995 and has worked on the city, South Jersey, features, and online desks.

Victims of opioid overdoses stack up at coroners, costing taxpayers dearly

Alexander Balacki, First Deputy at the Coroner's office, stands at the "grossing station" in an autopsy suite at the Montgomery County Coroner's office, in Norristown, PA, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. Six corpses - some shrouded in white, others enveloped in orange body bags - were stacked two to a gurney inside a freezer.

Jim Burke to be chef at new Yards Taproom

Michael Klein has written about Philadelphia's restaurant scene since 1993 in his Inquirer column, "Table Talk," and on his Philly.com blog, "The Insider." Yards Brewing Co., perhaps a month from opening its massive Yards Taproom & Brewery at 500 Spring Garden St., has a chef on board.

It's official: Here's what we will be reading in 2018 for One Book, One Philadelphia17 minutes ago

John Timpane is the books/fine arts editor/writer for the Inquirer. His beat includes books, social media, dance, theater, art, museums, and classical music.

Planning Commission puts hold on Ridge Ave demolition ban moratorium

Groups meet about the possible formation of local and national historic districts. Aimed at protecting significant properties by avoiding demolitions similar to this year's Bunting House demo on Ridge Avenue, which is now a Wendy's.

New Philadelphia artwork calls for shutdown of immigrant detention center in Berks

Her story of fleeing to America only to be detained for two years at the Berks Family Residential Center is told every Wednesday and Friday night from 8 to 10 p.m. until Nov .17. Her name is not shared, but the message is hers.

Delco man guilty of immigration fraud in 'Jungle Jabbah' war crimes case

Mohammed Jabateh does not dispute that this photo, a faded image of a gaunt young man with an automatic rifle slung over his shoulder is him. A Delaware County man accused of hiding his past as a murderous Liberian warlord was convicted Wednesday on federal immigration fraud charges in a historic verdict that resonated from Philadelphia's sizable community of West African expats to the Liberian capital of Monrovia thousands of miles away.

Japanese Breakfast's video for "The Body Is A Blade" meditates on memory and surviving tragedy

Japanese Breakfast 's Michelle Zauner has proven herself as not only one of Philly's best and most prolific artists of the last few years - with 2016's Psychopomp and 2017's Soft Sounds From Another Planet - but as an accomplished music video creator, too. After directing the last few Japanese Breakfast videos, as well as Jay Som's video for "The Bus Song," Zauner is back today with another self-directed video - this time for Soft Sounds track "The Body is A Blade."

Cops: Naked man tries to grab teen near Philly schoolabout 1 hour ago

Philadelphia police say they've arrested a naked man who tried to grab a teenage girl near a school, then shouted "I'm a pedophile" and "kill me." Police have yet to release the identity of the man or the charges being filed against him in the bizarre incident Tuesday afternoon near the Science Leadership Academy at Beeber.

Middle-class Philly neighborhoods feeling duress; But Fairhill's more fair

Nasirah Foreman, 9, Jaszlynn Lopez, 7, Chloe Moye, 11, Jayla Moye Bellinger, 9, Kaitlyn Moye, 6, Georgette Floyd, 12, and Diyanna Hall, 10, hang out together in Fairhill Square, in North Philadelpha, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017. Fairhill is the city's poorest neighborhood, yet data shows that it beat the city average in progress on some key indicators, including crime reduction, and population, income, and home value growth.

AllegrA unpacks social anxiety in their new "I'm An Introvert" video

We first met Philly native Allegra Eidinger when they were living in Pittsburgh, playing bass in Yes Yes A Thousand Times Yes and just starting their solo project, AllegrA with an antifolk-tinged offering called My Legs Are Growing . Flash forward twelve months and Eidinger has moved back to Philly, started playing lead guitar in Kississippi and prepped an LP's worth of new material, a self-titled outing that will see its release on November 10th via Sad Cactus Records.

Philly schools remove admissions standards for trade schools45 minutes ago

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.

Man charged with directing drug traffic to Philly and Camden from Puerto Rico19 minutes ago

From more than 1,500 miles away in Puerto Rico, Fernando Diaz-Rivera allegedly ran one of Camden and North Philadelphia's biggest drug rings for years while separated from his associates by an ocean. On Tuesday, officials said, a state grand jury indicted the 34-year-old, along with 14 other members of the cocaine and heroin distribution network.

In Pa. Capitol, a budget redux - again

Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Dave Reed speaks with members of the media at the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., Monday, July 10, 2017. Angela Couloumbis covers state government in Harrisburg.

Celebrities die, and so do perfect slices of South Philadelphia

Mike Newall has been writing for the Inquirer since 2010. Originally from Brooklyn, N.Y., he has been writing about Philadelphia crime, courts, politics, and neighborhoods since 2003.

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