There are breweries. There are wineries. Then there is Carbon Copy.
Driving the news: The city's first brewery and winery combo is in the works for West Philly at the site of the Dock Street Brewery, which ended its 15-year run at the end of May.
At the start of the year, crystal balls predicted 2022 would be the Year of the Mushroom, as trendy new products flooded the market with umami flavor.
The Eagles are worth $4.7 billion, landing at No. 9 on Sportico's annual NFL valuations list, Axios' Jeff Tracy reports.
Why it matters: The list shows just how dominant the NFL is in the American sports landscape. There are 16 NFL franchises worth at least $4 billion — and just seven across the MLB, NBA and NHL combined.
The Phillies have seen their attendance slip by almost 20% this season when compared to 2019, far outpacing the MLB average of 6.4%.
Why it matters: There's a whole host of reasons fueling the decline, as Axios' Jeff Tracy reports, but the Phillies' slump is unique in our sports-crazy city.
Philly doesn't want to be kept in the dark about its nightlife. So the city created a new role to support and grow its late-night industry.
Driving the news: Philadelphia's Commerce Department named Raheem Manning, the founder of travel and events company The Weekender Experiences, as the city's first nighttime economy director on Thursday.
The Philly area's inflation rate hit 8.8% last month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
- That's a little behind the national rate of 9.1%, but remains the largest year-over-year increase for our area since January 1982.
Why it matters: It feels like everything's getting more expensive, but our region's wages — up nearly 5% since last year — can't keep up.
A Philadelphia-based tech startup is trying to prevent mental health crises by helping physicians monitor and identify issues earlier on in primary care settings.
Why it matters: Access to mental health care, which is often siloed, has been an issue for decades, and lingering stigmas and cost remain among the largest barriers.
You might soon see more of Pennsylvania on the big screen.
What's happening: Pennsylvania's General Assembly gave the state's film industry a $30 million boost as part of a delayed $42.8 billion budget approved late last week.
- The bump in funding will raise the cap on the state's film tax credit program to $100 million. Of that, $5 million will be set aside for independent film productions.
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