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Editorial: Push for diversity in Philadelphia trade unions

PhillyTrib.com (Commentary) 11/22 5:00P managingeditor@phillytrib.com (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

PhillyTrib.com (Commentary) 11/18 5:00P managingeditor@phillytrib.com (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

PhillyTrib.com (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

PhillyTrib.com (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

PhillyTrib.com (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

PhillyTrib.com (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

PhillyTrib.com (Commentary) 11/8 5:00P managingeditor@phillytrib.com (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

PhillyTrib.com (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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