“To Kill a Mockingbird” will not be Harper Lee’s only published book after all.
The Philadelphia Daily News reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize for a 2009 series on police corruption is in the uncomfortable position of challenging the credibility of one of their own sources.
Lawyers and rival owner factions at the Philadelphia Inquirer return to a City Hall courtroom this morning for more arguments, as a Common Pleas Judge tries to decide who is in charge.
Tom Kelly calls it “the picture that defines me.”
With one click, these images tell the stories of survival, hunger, death, grief, victory, love, war and the raw humanity behind it all.
Pennsylvania’s capital city will soon join the ranks of other cities that no longer have a daily newspaper.
Chris recounts his experience at the Mitt Romney/Tea Party event last night at the Franklin Institute. He details Newt Gingrich’s visit to the St. Louis Zoo and the end of Blue Dog Democrats. He also talks to Secretary of the Commonwealth, Carol Aichele, about the new Voter ID Law.
Champagne corks are popping at the Philadelphia Inquirer, at word the paper has won journalism’s most prestigious honor.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Bill Marimow was unceremoniously yanked as executive editor when hedge funds took control of the papers a year and a half ago, but two days after local investors bought the paper, Marimow was rehired for his old job.
One of the most honored musical plays in recent memory has moved into the Academy of Music for a limited engagement.
The Curtis Symphony Orchestra features a winning piece written for violin by one of its own, Jennifer Higdon, written for another graduate, Hilary Hahn and to be performed on Valentine’s Day.
Three-time Pulitzer prize winning commentator, New York Times columnist and author of The World Is Flat – Thomas Friedman kicks off this years Philadelphia Speakers’ Series, at the Kimmel Center.