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Say hello to Bodega, Center City’s new spot for *squints at notes* pretzel-crusted pastrami chicken and Nashville “Hoctopus.”
Ask Foobooz Anything
Want to know where to take your in-laws when they’re in town? Want some date night ideas? Let us be your guide.
Losing the Ritz at the Bourse Takes Philly’s Film Scene From Bad to Worse
We spoke to film buffs about what the closure means for the city’s already anemic independent cinema scene — including the director of the Philadelphia Film Society, who said “Never say never” when asked about a possible acquisition of the theater.
Philly Restaurants Revolt Over Unauthorized Food Delivery “Partnerships”
Grubhub, Doordash, and Postmates have been listing some Philly restaurants’ menus and information on their sites without permission, leaving small-business owners to deal with the consequences.
Philadelphia Sports Leagues Is Rebranding as Heyday Athleticic
Meaning now is a perfect time to join that social soccer league you’ve been thinking about for the past 2.5 years.
5 Predictions for Philadelphia’s Cell and Gene Therapy Sector in 2020
Independence Health Group CEO and Chamber of Commerce chairman Dan Hilferty shares his forecast for the growth of the region’s bustling health care ecosystem.
New Construction Townhouse in Point Breeze
What was the Walter Smith School playground can now become your personal playground.
A whole lot, actually. Here are 10 ways the city can prepare for airport flooding, climate migrants, and destruction at the Shore.
This Philly-Area Studio Will Offer Treadmill Classes
Torque Fitness, a spin, barre, and TRX studio in Royersford, is getting into the tread class game.
Is Brett Brown the Right Coach to Lead Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid to a Championship?
He’s obsessed with helping turn his young stars into great people as well as great players. Sixers fans? They just want to win.
What Two Centuries of Census Records Taught Us About Philadelphia
The hidden story behind all those numbers.
Vision Zero, Philly’s Bold Plan to Eliminate Traffic Deaths, Needs Bolder Action
The city hasn’t been ambitious when it’s mattered.
Sneak Peek: Inside Philadelphia Magazine’s February Issue
Our new issue drops this week with a deep dive into the minds of parenthood-averse millennials.
Our annual list, featuring 341 people, places, and things we love.
Best Thing This Week: F@$% Climate Change
We’re gonna get serious about it — just as soon as we get back from the park.
Rittenhouse Is ThisClose to Having Its Own Green Eggs Cafe
More oversized red velvet pancakes, chicken and waffles, eggs Benedict and cookie dough–stuffed French toast for the masses.
Face Recognition Promises to Speed You Through PHL’s Gates. But Should You Use It?
Critics say there are a number of security and privacy questions surrounding the technology. Here’s what you need to know.
Meet the Owner of Philly’s Coolest New Indie Bookshop in Fishtown
Harriett’s Bookshop owner Jeannine A. Cook describes her store as “if black girl magic were a bookshop.”