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City Life

The Trump Campaign Has Creepily Trolled Philly for “Evidence” of Voter Fraud

Images from Philly social media feeds — and surveillance cameras!!! — wound up as court exhibits in Trump’s lawsuit against the Commonwealth.

NextHealth PHL

Joe Biden and Donald Trump Have Very Different Plans For Your Health Care


These Are the Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches in Philadelphia

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Just Listed in the Poconos: Custom Contemporary in Pocono Pines

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Where to Eat Laotian and Thai Food in Philly Right Now

From upscale BYOs to casual takeout shops to perfect little markets, Philly’s small (but mighty) Laotian and Thai restaurant scene will satisfy all your khao soi and bitter melon soup cravings.

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Things to Do

Watch 120+ Movie Screenings at Philadelphia Film Society’s 29th Annual Film Festival

From October 23rd to November 2nd, tune in or show up to the festival to experience some of the best international and independent films.

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Rebuilt Rowhouse in Point Breeze

Two veteran carpenters decided to be their own bosses and produced this handsome, environmentally conscious house.

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Philly Dive Bar Doobies Raises More than $27,000 In Two Days to Save Itself from Closing

“I’m just so utterly humbled,” says Doobies owner Patti Brett in response to the crowdfunding.

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City Life

Why the SCOTUS Ruling on PA’s Mail-Ballot Deadline Is Both Good News and Extremely Ominous

The court declined to overturn the state Supreme Court, which means the state’s extended mail-in ballot deadline will stand. But with the vote split 4-4 and a new conservative justice set to join the court, there’s every indication that rulings like this will soon be things of the past.

2020 pew fellow Jaamil Olawale Kosoko
City Life

This Philly Performer Just Scored a $75,000 Pew Fellowship

An interview with Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, who talks to us about Zoom fatigue, living in fear, and what he’s going to do with that money.


Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Keep up with the news surrounding the coronavirus outbreak in Philadelphia.


A Philadelphian’s Guide to Vineyard Hopping

All the local, sustainable, magical vineyards you should visit this fall, as recommended by five Philadelphia wine professionals.

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Graffiti Pier to Get 900 New Neighbors

Northbank, on the Delaware, is one of the largest developments ever built in the city.

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Philadelphia Wedding

Real Talk: How We Pulled Off Our Festive Parade to Our Block-Party Reception in West Philly

When we’re able to gather again, consider this for your Big Day bash.

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NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Company Developing Next-Generation COVID-19 Vaccines

MBF Therapeutics is applying its expertise in developing gene-based vaccines for use in pets to discover a vaccine that’ll provide longer-lasting immunity to the coronavirus.

City Life

Q&A: Kamala Harris Explains How She and Joe Biden Will Address Philly’s Biggest Challenges

In a Philly Mag exclusive, the trailblazing Democratic VP nominee opens up about tackling gun violence and homelessness, her criminal justice record, college debt, and why a vote for Biden is more than a vote against Trump.

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8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

Local health experts help us determine what’s true and what’s false about COVID-19.

philadelphia chef marc vetri, who says we should double capacity at the Linc for Eagles games
City Life

Sorry, Marc Vetri, But Philly Isn’t Buying Your COVID Advice

As COVID cases increase, the outspoken chef says we could easily double the capacity at the Linc for Eagles games. The city? Not so much.

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City Life

Controversial Deer Hunt Returns to Philly This Weekend

Heinz Wildlife Refuge deputy manager Mariana Bergerson explains why the hunt is a good thing.

Be Well Philly

This Physician Assistant Begins Each Morning Feeding Her Chickens

When Jessica DeLuise isn’t tending to her five chickens or working at AFC Urgent Care, she’s whipping up healthy recipes as The Wellness Kitchenista.

City Life

Remembering Jim Quinn, Chronicler of Philadelphia’s Restaurant Renaissance

Critic, poet, language maven, and novelist Jim Quinn, a Northeast native whose career spanned nearly 60 years, died in September at 85. He spent two memorable stints at Philly Mag covering — and in some ways shaping — the city’s food scene.

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