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A year after the city promised to remove the statue, Mayor Kenney says it will stay (for now).
After months of protests, debate, and discussions, the City of Philadelphia decided that it will remove the Rizzo statue from its current location at Thomas Paine Plaza in Center City.
Find dozens of temporary monuments on display in Philly’s parks and neighborhoods.
Should it stay or should it go? Here’s a recap of city officials and residents’ reactions to the Frank L. Rizzo Monument in light of the events in Charlottesville.
As divisive memorials get removed around the country, a new public art exhibit questions what makes a monument.
The PHS-run farm will produce 1,000 pounds of fruits and vegetables and aim to highlight food disparity in cities.
There have been some unusual sights at Thomas Paine Plaza, one of the main protest sites during the DNC in Philadelphia. But what's with the huge Monopoly and Parcheesi pieces?
Up to 50,000 protestors are expected to march in and around Philly during the Democratic National Convention. Here are 15-plus protests, rallies, and marches taking place every day—all mapped.