Editorial: Push for diversity in Philadelphia trade unions (Commentary) 11/22 5:00P (I
Congratulations to labor leader Ryan Boyer on becoming the first African-American business manager of the Philadelphia Building and Construction Trades Council last week after John Dougherty resigned from the labor organization’s top role, days...

Dougherty, Henon conviction a blow against corruption (Commentary) 11/18 5:00P (I
A powerful Philadelphia labor leader and a City Council member were found guilty of conspiracy charges Monday in a corruption trial that will have a significant impact on local politics.

Black journalists gather to celebrate each other (Lifestyle) 11/15 7:20A Tribune Staff Report
Over 200 media professionals, family and friends packed the room at for the 2021 Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists(PABJ) Awards & Scholarship Gala.

The pandemic helped Opera Philadelphia explore new creative outlets (Lifestyle) 11/13 9:09P Rita Charleston TRIBUNE CORRESPO
“TakTakShoo” is a new musical short film born from the fallout of the past 18 months of pandemic shutdown. But that shutdown gave Rene Orth, a graduate of Opera Philadelphia's Composer in Residence program and composer of the piece, more…

Will Smith kicks off his book tour at the Met Philadelphia (Entertainment) 11/11 10:15P Jamyra Perry Features/Magazine E
November is a busy month for rapper, actor and Philly favorite Will Smith. He has a YouTube show out as well as a travel show on Netflix, he’s starring in “King Richard” which hits theaters and HBO Max on Nov.…

Trash takes center stage in the Philadelphia Theatre Company's latest production (Entertainment) 11/8 6:37P Rita Charleston TRIBUNE CORRESPO
Philadelphia Theatre Company is once again welcoming audiences into the Suzanne Roberts Theatre for a return to live, in-person performances. The new season opens with Lindsay Joelle’s play, “The Garbologist,” a co-world premiere with the City...

Philadelphia moves toward a better response to mental health 911 calls (Commentary) 11/8 5:00P (I
A year after the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr., the city has settled a wrongful death lawsuit and announced plans to better equip its officers to handle situation involving people dealing with mental health issues.

Scaled down Veterans Day Parade celebrates in a big way (Lifestyle) 11/8 7:30A Mina Llona TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENT
With Veteran’s Day falling on a weekday this year, Thursday, Nov. 11, the city of Philadelphia’s 7th annual Veteran’s Day Parade took place on Sunday, November 7th. A brigade of over 200 motorcyclists including politicos, dignitaries, color...
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