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Introducing the Philly Selfie Contest

Hey Philly! Get pumped for Selfies Week! We need your best selfies for an upcoming photo feature. Starting Monday, May 4th, we’re collecting your submissions […]

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New York City: A Travel Guide for Savvy Philadelphians

We’ve got the Pope. We’ve got the millennials. We’ve got Top Chefs. You know what all that means? We don’t need to be frenemies with […]

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Great First Dates in Philadelphia

If You Want to Say: “I’m Sporty” Make a Date For: Biking the Schuylkill River Trail. Set a slow pace so you can talk. (No […]

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Great Offline Dates for Online Daters in Philadelphia

What: One of the “it” cafes Why: A minimal time commitment in case the Web-to-life sparks aren’t flying. A Few to Try: Menagerie Coffee (Old […]

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6 Classy Break-Up Spots in Philadelphia

Choosing the right backdrop for your breakup depends on what sort of breakup you have in mind. Bidding a wistful, sweet goodbye-forever? The semi-secret John […]

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Great Hot Dates in Philadelphia

1. The Rittenhouse If you can’t get lucky following an afternoon in the hotel’s spa, a romantic dinner at Lacroix (indulge in the well-worth-it $125 […]

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Tell Us How You Feel About Love

We want to know your thoughts on relationships, sex, marriage, soul mates, and the state of love in Philadelphia right now. Results of this quick, […]

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ThinkFest Preview: William Hite on Moving Philadelphia’s Schools Forward

He’s got the toughest job in Philadelphia, and more experience managing crises than FEMA. But Philadelphia schools superintendent William Hite didn’t move to the city […]

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ThinkFest Preview: Amy Gutmann Discusses Penn’s Next Decade With Jim Gardner

Now in her 10th year as president of the University of Pennsylvania, Amy Gutmann has a decade of educational, institutional, and civic accomplishments behind her: […]

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Nathaniel Popkin and Diana Lind on Architecture

NATHANIEL: The Athenaeum made both of our lists of favorite buildings in Philadelphia. What is it you like about it? DIANA: The Athenaeum is like […]

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Best of Philly 2014 Preview: Arts and Culture

Best Art Gallery: Fleisher/Ollman This unassuming gallery near Chinatown is a gem for connoisseurs and nascent collectors alike, with a fantastically diverse selection that ranges […]

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Best of Philly 2014 Preview: Health and Fitness

Best Gym: Haverford YMCA This isn’t your grandma’s YMCA. The gorgeous 75,000-square-foot Haverford Y, on the old Swell Bubble Gum Factory campus, includes three indoor […]

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Best of Philly 2014: The Taste Tests

Yesterday we revealed the winners of our Best of Philly Readers’ Polls. Today, it’s the results of our June public taste test at the Market […]

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Best of Philly 2014 Preview: LGBT Winners

Gay Bar: U Bar There isn’t a dance floor in the whole place, and drag-queen sightings are rare. But that’s exactly what’s so great about […]

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Best of Philly 2014 Preview: Home Decor

Best Furniture: Studio 882 Wander through his airy showroom, and you’ll feel like you’re in an Architectural Digest spread: Impeccably styled vignettes featuring top brands […]