Tag: Philadelphia

‘White Feminist’ ponders journey of the privileged and oppressed

Pennsylvania actress Lee Minora, who’s bringing her satirical one-woman show “White Feminist” to San Francisco this month, doesn’t necessarily have…

3 months ago

John Oates has a melody for a memory

John Oates purposely left out the stuff about sex and affairs and lots of drugs from his book “Change of…

1 year ago

Pro-Sanders demonstrators march in the sweltering heat

PHILADELPHIA — Several hundred Bernie Sanders supporters and other demonstrators marched down Philadelphia's sweltering Broad Street on the opening day…

2 years ago

Clinton turns to party’s stars to quiet Democratic firestorm

PHILADELPHIA — Hillary Clinton's campaign scrambled to extinguish a political firestorm over embarrassing hacked emails Monday, hoping a high-wattage line-up…

2 years ago

Hacked emails complicate Democratic National Convention

PHILADELPHIA — On the heels of a tumultuous Republican convention, Hillary Clinton hopes her gathering in Philadelphia will show off…

2 years ago

Supporters hope to keep second SF soda tax from going flat

San Francisco soda tax supporters are hoping round two of an effort to tax sugary beverages this November won’t fizzle…

2 years ago

Philadelphia becomes first major American city with soda tax

PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia became the first major American city with a soda tax on Thursday despite a multimillion-dollar campaign by…

2 years ago

Distracted engineer blamed in deadly Amtrak wreck

WASHINGTON — The Amtrak engineer whose speeding train ran off the rails in Philadelphia last year was apparently distracted by…

2 years ago