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Here is the chronological list of recent stories:


* Good Fellas: Cambodian rappers AZI Fellas drop a positive beat on their troubled past. (May 5, 2010)

* The Plight of the Philly Sports Fan: Can Philly's sports fanatics handle a sports renaissance or will the go soft? (March 17, 2010)

* Reality Check: If Kurt Cobain were still alive, would he be selling body spray? (February 2010)

* A District in Denial: Arlene Ackerman and the Philadelphia School District refuse to acknowledge that Asian students are being racially targeted. (January 12, 2010)

* Violence Against Asians in Public Schools Continues: Three months after my cover story, Asian students are still pummeled in school. (December 10, 2009)

* Vibrant Possibilities for Media's Future: You just need to recognize the oppportunities. (November 4, 2009)

* Asian Students Under Assault: Seeking refuge from the school violence. (September 2, 2009)

* Recession Lessons?: A generation of entitlement takes on the recession. (Fall 2009)

* National Park: Why Chan Ho Park still wants to take the mound. (summer 2009)

* Northern Exposure: Chinatown's expansion may merely serve as a bridge between cultures - or be its salvation. (July 22, 2009)

* Update for the Uptown: The Uptown Theater rises again. (June 24, 2009)

* Jamie Moyer Gives Back: The Phillies player has the benefit of experience. (May 27, 2009)

* Like High School Musical, But Real: Students at Benjamin Franklin High School tackle real life onstage. (April 22, 2009)

* Perfection: Remembering Harry Kalas, a man who taught generations of fans to love baseball. (April 15, 2009)

* Drumming Japanese: Kyo Daiko, Philadelphia's only Japanese-style drumming crew, provides a heart-pounding experience. (March 24, 2009)

* Explicit Ills: Mark Webber's debut film is a love letter to Philly -- and an indictment of what ails her. (March 13, 2009)

* A moving target: Teaching the bailout in college. (March 13, 2009)

* How to stay punk in a down economy: You can still raise hell, have fun and have a voice. For real. (Winter 2009)

* Dealmakers say farewell to long, strong M&A market: It will be harder to close deals this year, but they're still being done. (March 6, 2009)

* The Wheel Thing: Despite brittle bones, Andrew Reid is taking the Komets to the top. (February 25, 2009)

* Beer Run: Getting fit in the name of lager and ale. (February 5, 2009)

* Dollars & Sense: Debt counseling and financial education are timely, low-cost benefits. (January 30, 2009)

* Bus Connections: Wendy Lee is marking the inauguration of the first black president by taking Philadelphians to D.C. (January 14, 2009)

* Murder Wrap: The numbers may be down, but homicide still plagues the city. (January 7, 2009)

* The Gift of Life: Not every present comes wrapped in a box. (December 24, 2008)

* Jig and Real: Tony Santos found his calling at PTR, the United Nations of ironworking. (December3, 2008)

* State of Mind: Keeping a damaged brain alive may be the greatest act of friendship. (November 12, 2008)

* Factories' Friend: State programs subsidize manufacturers' skill search. (November 7, 2008)

* Wild About Larry: A former Phillie who plays ass quarters at Downey's? No wonder we love him. (October 22, 2008)

* The Zen of the Choke: Turns out the author of Fight Club, Snuff and Choke is a pretty laid back dude. (October 1, 2008)

* The Palahniuk Conversation: The author of Fight Club, Snuff and Choke talks with Philly Weekly about action, his new movie and the art of writing. (October 1, 2008)

* World Wide Webb: A 13-year-old pounds the heavy bag in a gym at 26th and Master and dreams of scoring Olympic gold. (September 10, 2008)

* Stop the Presses: A Temple professor tells college kids there's no more inspiring time to be a journalist. (September 3, 2008)

* Tokyo Prose: The language of Brotherly Love in the heart of Japan. (August 13, 2008)

* Chinatown Redux: Middle class Asians are rediscovering the joys of residing in the old neighborhood. (July 23, 2008)

* So Taguchi Has Lost His Wa: But the Phillies' slumping outfielder remains determined to find it. (July 9, 2008)

* Hitting the Books: After expulsion for fighting, a Feltonville teen looks ahead to college.

* The Black Latino Expo 2008: Organizers of Black Latino Expo seek to raise urban fund. (June 27, 2008)

* The Politics of Teen Childbearing: Frank Furstenberg culminates four decades of research. (Summer 2008)

* Deep Question: Will dredging the Delaware mean more jobs for our longshoremen? (June 11, 2008)

* The Risk Managers: The role of general counsel has become more demanding. (May 30, 2008)

* Yes We Can?: After convincing Pennsylvania voters to believe in Hillary, Rendell will almost certainly be soon asking them to switch to Obama. (May 28, 2008)

* Strings Attached: A former Inky columnist returns to discuss his latest brush with Hollywood. (April 23, 2008)

* Tri-Cycle: Pedaling in Pennsylvania includes the Commerce Bank Triple Crown of Cycling, family trails and extreme mountain biking. (Spring 2008)

* Think Globally, Watch Locally: At the Philadelphia Film Fest, it's not about the deal. (April 2, 2008)

* Dancing in the Dark: Bandstand brought rock n' roll to America. But where did all the black folks go? (Winter 2008)

* 2007 another record-breaker for M&As despite slowdown: The region put up big numbers even though the dealmaking slowed down by the end of the 3rd quarter. (March 7, 2008)

* Brews' Clues: Joe Sixpack spills all. (March 5, 2008)

* Tanks for the memories: Philadelphia Brewing Company makes a fresh start after Yards' departure. (February 6, 2008)

* Pushing Paper: Amid a flurry of sale rumors, Philly's Metro turns 8. Will the free daily make it to the decade mark? (January 23, 2008, and a follow-up story from January 30, 2008)

* Run For Your Life?: There's no right response when someone pulls a gun on you. (January 16, 2008)

* Tackling the Issues: A Penn professor moonlights for the NFL. (December 5, 2007)

* Vicious Cycle: An urban bike race celebrates chaos in Olney. (November 21, 2007)

* Proceeding With Caution: The men in blue ponder the new realities of violence against police. (November 21, 2007)

* Right On Cue: On his way toward legitimizing the sport, pool hustler Kid Delicious runs the table with PW. (October 24, 2007)

* Green Screen: The city holds its own YouTube debate Monday night. (October 10, 2007)

* Team Dispirit: Why I'll never bleed green. (October 3, 2007)

* A Call to Action: Joseph Mason knows the financial crisis is deeper than just a sub-prime lending problem. But no one seems to be doing anything about it. (Fall 2007)

* Game of Life: Homegrown sports journalist Ray Didinger documents a personal history any fan would envy. (September 19, 2007)

* Ball of Confusion: Though his death was tragic and grisly, friends of former Villanova superstar Howard Porter say what they'll remember most is how he lived. (September 5, 2007)

* Crowded in Chinatown: Chinatown's condo boom has created first class feng shui buildings but some worry about the effect affluent new residents will have on the neighborhood's identity. (September 2007)

* Rhythm of the Street: Former Inky columnist Steve Lopez lands a film deal on an unlikely subject.(August 29, 2007)

* War Veterans Reassess Their Priorities: Young veterans are returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and taking positions in the corporate world. (July 20, 2007)

* The Gelato Guy: An Italian native who was raised in South Philly is bringing the Italian treat to a restaurant near you. (July 12, 2007)

* Medium Cool: A new magazine targets Philly's young trendsetters. (July 11, 2007)

* Stricter rules mean fewer CEO perks: Recently filed 2006 proxy statements reveal companies cutting executive benefits. (July 6, 2007)

* Against Type: A West Philly-based anarchist newspaper turns 10. (June 27, 2007)

* The Water Ice Storm: How Rita's will (or won't) change Northern Liberties. (June 6, 2007)

* Righteous condos: In Philadelphia's booming condo market, no old structures are too sacred to convert ... not even synangogues or churches. (June 2007)

* Walking it Off: Just weeks before their annual Interfaith Peace Walk, a South Kensington mosque weathers one member's connection to the planned terror attack at Fort Dix. (May 30, 2007)

* Too Close for Comfort: Must "relationships" always lead to corruption in Philly politics? (May 16, 2007)

* Primary Election Night With Bob Brady: Seeing a victory in defeating the millionaire, even though Brady lost. (May 16, 2007)

* Here Comes The Son: Sharif Street quietly campaigns in the shadow of two notorious relatives. (May 9, 2007)

* Sparks Unplugged: West Philly High's Auto Academy offers rare hope. (May 2, 2007)

* Nerds for Nutter: Does the candidate's unlikely base predict race-blind elections for Philly's future? (March 28, 2007)

* The CEO Agenda: The real world and academia come together in a most unusual research project. (Spring 2007)

* Milton's Paradise Lost: A fallen mayoral contender, the nuttiest Street turns his attention to weed and City Council. (March 14, 2007)

* Assessing revenue from above ... and more: The Board of Revision of Taxes is using new technology to assess property as part of their Full Value Project. (February 9, 2007)

* Drinking in Le Marche: The ultimate wine tour in Italy's often overlooked region. (February 4, 2007)

* Mookie has his mind probed: A local pet psychic bridges the communication gap between animals and their best friends. (December 20, 2006)

* Fuel of the Future: The road to commercial fuel cells is long but so tempting. (November 17, 2006)

* An Elephant's Never Forgotten: Why the city's about to lose its largest residents. (November 8, 2006)

* Your Name Here: Got $10M? Rutgers will name a business school after you. (November 3, 2006)

* West of Eden: Thanks largely to the neighborhood's big institutions, University City is now a great place to live. (September 6, 2006)

* Full Circle: A South Philly native now lives and teaches cooking in Italy. (June 29, 2006)

* Tortured Justice: Susan Burke and her team of lawyers and researchers hope to help right some of the wrongs committed in Iraq. (April 19, 2006)

* The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight: Members of the Pink Pistols try to deal with hate crimes by arming themselves. Their pro-gun views haven't made them many friends within the gay community. (April 12, 2006)

* Sixty years behind the camera: Elwood Smith remembers a lifetime of photojournalism. (February 2006)

* Zen it was a game: Baseball in Japan - where the game hasn't lost its innocence. (July 15, 2002)