Philadelphia Weekly

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Philadelphia Weekly (logo).jpg
TypeAlternative weekly
FormatTabloid
Owner(s)Review Publishing
EditorStephen H. Segal
Founded1971
Headquarters1500 Sansom St., 3rd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
 United States
Circulation100,893[1]
Official websitephiladelphiaweekly.com
 
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Philadelphia Weekly (logo).jpg
TypeAlternative weekly
FormatTabloid
Owner(s)Review Publishing
EditorStephen H. Segal
Founded1971
Headquarters1500 Sansom St., 3rd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
 United States
Circulation100,893[1]
Official websitephiladelphiaweekly.com

Philadelphia Weekly (PW), is an alternative newspaper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, published every Wednesday.

The paper was founded in 1971 as The Welcomat a sister publication to the South Philadelphia Press. In 1995, the paper became Philadelphia Weekly. The paper features stories on local and national politics, as well extensive coverage of the arts - music, film, theater and the visual arts.

Weekly features[edit]

Periscopin'[edit]

This column is written by Tara Murtha, who reports on issues relating to Philadelphia, women's rights and animal rights.

Philly Now[edit]

Breaking news coverage from around the city.

Calendar[edit]

A guide to weekly events.

Savage Love[edit]

This syndicated sex column written by Dan Savage is a weekly feature.

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