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Avoid the hassle this year by pre-ordering turkeys, pies, ice cream and more from some of the city's best bakeries and restaurants.
Help Philly’s Real Concrete Cowboys Settle Into New Stables
A Southwest Philly man wants to move his riding club into a new home at Bartram’s Garden.
Two Incoming City Council Members Are Endorsing Elizabeth Warren for President
Isaiah Thomas and Jamie Gauthier join Mayor Kenney and DA Larry Krasner in supporting the Massachusetts senator.
Here’s Where You Can Take a Drop-in Dance Class in Philly
For when you want to channel your inner ballerina, learn how to salsa, or just want to move and groove.
Why Don’t We Talk About Male Infertility More?
Infertility is not just women’s burden to bear.
Can This Charismatic Pastor Rally Philly Around Its Most Intractable Problem?
Inside Bill Golderer’s big, bold — and, dare we say, revolutionary — idea for tackling poverty in Philadelphia.
I Built My Identity Around Being Bipolar. Then My Doctor Said I’m Not Bipolar
What happens when what’s wrong with you isn’t what’s wrong with you?
A whole lot, actually. Here are 10 ways the city can prepare for airport flooding, climate migrants, and destruction at the Shore.
Why Youse Guys Should Start Saying Y’all
Y’all is gentler. And more inclusive.
Living in Mt. Airy: A Neighborhood Guide
The neighborhood that built its reputation on integration remains one of the city’s most welcoming.
The Philly Places and Things DJ Diamond Kuts Can’t Live Without
From her favorite vegan doughnuts to the embellished jacket she wore on Good Morning America.
Best Thing This Week: WIP Callers and Their Priorities
Never let a family emergency get in the way of your salient point about an underperforming Iggle.
Q&A: Everything You Need to Know About the Future of CRISPR-Cas9
Penn’s Kiran Musunuru talks to us about the technology that has been both praised and criticized for its ability to alter human DNA and potentially cure disease.
Our annual list, featuring 341 people, places, and things we love.
Philly’s Latest Literary Star Has a Second Book Out This Week
We talk with Carmen Maria Machado about her haunting new memoir, In the Dream House.
This Giant Interactive Cocoon Exhibit Is Coming to the Navy Yard
You can visit — and crawl through, if you’re brave enough — starting on Saturday.
I Tried Shopping Ethically for One Month and Failed on the First Day
Despite the rocky start, contributing writer Tonya Russell figured out the best — and easiest — ways to be an ethical shopper.
5 Healthy Things to Do in Philly This Weekend
This weekend, treat yourself with these self-care fitness and wellness events.