A look back at what made Angelo Cataldi the greatest.
By Andy Bloom
Meghan Dougherty: With racial requirements for youth workshop, the Inquirer misses the point of diversity
The Acel Moore Journalism Workshop is closed to white students starting in 2023.
By Meghan Dougherty
Ben Mannes: The Inquirer’s suit against a former employee casts doubt on their commitment to liberal values.
In attempting to silence and impoverish Stu Bykofsky, who worked there for forty years, the Inquirer appears vindictive and cruel.
by A. Benjamin Mannes
Inquirer stands by incorrect story about “hate-filled” response to canceled West Chester OUTFest event
Paper of record continues to describe West Chester residents’ reactions as “vitriol,” despite evidence to the contrary.
By Todd Shepherd
The Editors: Pennsylvanians deserve to know Fetterman’s condition — and reporters must ask
Reporters can’t cut deals with the Fetterman campaign, and not include the details of those arrangements when it comes to the candidate’s health.
By The Editors
Albert Eisenberg: Two cheers for Philly Mayor Jim Kenney
While other elected officials feel themselves unaccountable to press requests, Philly Mayor Jim Kenney leads an office that regularly replies on time, even to controversial issues. In our city, that deserves some praise.
By Albert Eisenberg
David Lampo: Legacy media “fact-checkers” are all in on their own Jan. 6 narrative
Their own partisan agenda matters more than the facts.
By David Lampo
Stu Bykofsky: Philadelphia Weekly reinvents the wheel
It’s back to the future for the Philadelphia Weekly, which is returning to an abandoned format that probably insures failure.
By Stu Bykofsky
Wally Nunn: Broad + Liberty fills an important role
Groupthink in the legacy media leaves us all less informed.
By Wally Nunn
Christine Flowers: On the demise of a once-great newspaper
Begrudging open-mindedness has given way to stifling groupthink.
By Christine Flowers