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This Greenery-Filled Horticulture Center Wedding is a Modern Garden Fantasy

The Fairmount Park Horticulture Center is one of Philly’s most well-known wedding venues, so we’re always delighted to come across a wedding that interprets the […]

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How to Win a Free Engagement Ring from Philly Jeweler Safian & Rudolph

With Thanksgiving season upon us, another lesser-know, but definitely no less significant, season — at least in the bridal world — also begins: engagement season. […]

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This Classic Black & White Wedding is Also Classic Philadelphia

When in doubt on wedding colors, you can never go wrong with classic black and white. Add in a touch of gold for a festive […]

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Let This Couple Be Your Guide to Perfect Rittenhouse Square Wedding Photos

Philly isn’t exactly lacking in picture-perfect neighborhood backdrops for wedding and engagement photos, but Rittenhouse sits high on the list no matter which way you […]


Separation Agreement: What It Means to Be Living Apart Together

Here’s how it usually goes: We’re sitting on the sofa, Brad and I, the dog somewhere between us, and I’m telling a story about something […]

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A Baby Alpaca Makes for the Cutest Guest at This Summer Wedding

Interested in hosting an alpaca at your wedding? Rachel Jacobson and David Jacobson Fischer were, too. Luckily for them, Illusion Ranch in Boyertown, Pennsylvania was happy […]


Head to Andy’s on South Street for Free Fried Chicken

Andy’s Chicken, one of our favorite spots for Korean fried chicken, announced this summer that they’d be opening up an outpost in Graduate Hospital. And […]


Jimmy Tayoun, Philly Political Legend and Ex-Con, Dies

James “Jimmy” Tayoun, a Philadelphia political legend, has died at the age of 87. Tayoun spent his life working just about every corner of the city’s political system. He […]


Thinkfest Preview: Fry, Klasko and Katz on Philly’s Innovation Future

In May, the Brookings Institution released a major report that basically looked at Philadelphia’s innovation scene under a microscope. The study, which was commissioned by […]


One of Us: Nick Elmi

The Top Chef winner, 37, has one of the hardest tables to get in Philly (Laurel) and is behind the eagerly anticipated Royal Boucherie in […]


OPINION: I Was Discriminated Against by American Airlines

Like most Americans, I hate the airport. But while many simply loathe the hustle and bustle of traveling, black passengers often experience racial profiling when we’re […]


Sing “Skaraoke” and Eat Big Gay Ice Cream at Rooster Soup Co. on Saturday

Finding the right Halloween party vibe can be challenging: you’ve got to be strategic to avoid the binge-drinking hordes who might vomit on your carefully […]


52 Things to Do This Weekend

Friday, October 27 Michael McDonald @ Merriam Theater The former Doobie Brother with a voice as smooth and decadent as cool ranch dressing is known […]

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Want to Make a New Habit Stick? Do It at This Time Every Day, Study Says

I always tell myself that I am going to start writing down three things I’m grateful for every day, like I imagine Oprah and Tony […]


Celebrate One Year of EAT Café, Philly’s Pay-What-You-Can Restaurant

When the concept was first announced, it seemed too good to be true: how could a full-service restaurant give its guests the option to sit down, […]