Raymond G. Perelman, master investor and philanthropist, dies at 101

He was a master businessman who bought and sold companies with abandon. He also became one of the Philadelphia region’s greatest philanthropists, leaving his mark at the University of Pennsylvania and beyond.

Carol Channing’s long love affair with Philly, the town that gave her her start

Over almost five decades, Channing returned and returned to a city she remembered fondly for its enthusiastic, supportive, "WONderful" audiences.

Snow likely Thursday night; weekend mess near certainty
The Friday morning commute could get complicated. Another storm is likely Friday night, perhaps into Sunday, but it's unclear how much snow or ice would be involved.

Sixers rout Timberwolves in Jimmy Butler’s first game against former team
The Sixers handily beat Butler's former team in a night where Robert Covington, Dario Saric, and Jerryd Bayless were honored.

Razor burn: Gillette ad stirs online uproar
A Gillette ad encouraging men to "say the right thing" and "act the right way" is drawing online ire.

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Philly Venezuelans gather at Sister Cities Park to remember fallen leaders

Local Venezuelans protest Nicolas Maduro's regime and honored fallen leaders of the opposition.


As Sixers explore trade deadline options, Robert Covington and Dario Saric can take comfort knowing they have yet to be replaced

The trade for Jimmy Butler made the Sixers better, but general manager Elton Brand will need to swing a deal over the next month to fill the void left by the departures of Dario Saric and Robert Covington.

FBI, Cherry Hill police trying to locate sculpture by famed artist

The sculpture, an unfinished marble bust of a Sudanese woman by Nathaniel Choate, disappeared in November.

South Philly sports-betting parlor is right across the street from the Phillies' home

Located at Seventh and Packer, this will be the closest sports-betting parlor to the stadium complex.

Like Carson Wentz, Howie Roseman won’t get specific about how the Eagles ended up without their QB yet again

In a season wrapup news conference, Roseman declined to delve into the stress fracture injury that sidelined Wentz.


His shooters may never get his letter of forgiveness, but maybe it will help others drop their guns

"I want them to understand that they’re changing lives out here, that they changed my life.”

A new Washington Square high-rise? Philly developer tries again to build condo tower over Dilworth House

Philadelphia developer John Turchi has pulled two zoning permits that would allow a builder to demolish part of the Dilworth House and build a 10-unit condo tower on the site.
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