West Philly Residents Fight Gentrification with Their Own Shit, Literally, and Win in Court
Neighbors are battling against a developer, and the weapon they’re using — fecal matter — has just helped them win a legal battle to block the new construction on the grounds of environmental justice
The Celeb-Driven Delicore Trend Misses the Whole Point
Celebs and casuals alike are rocking shirts, caps and sweaters from their favorite delis and restaurants. It’s a fun trend that evokes vintage vibes — but does this hipster merch have to be so damn expensive?
The A’s Want a New Ballpark to Give Oakland More Than Peanuts
With #RootedInOakland, the Athletics are attempting the unthinkable: a Moneyball approach to both economic justice and ticket sales
‘Ghost Kitchens’ Are the Latest Face of Creeping, Deliberate Gentrification
These delivery-only spaces could theoretically help someone get their small restaurant business off the ground — but almost certainly at the expense of someone else