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With a love of tech, Airbnb and high design, Chad and Courtney Ludeman are reinventing the Philly hotel.
Best Thing This Week: A Liberty Bell Brouhaha
An outsider opined that Philly is less than worthy of displaying the relic. Guess what ensued?
Meet the Husband-and-Wife Team Behind Philly’s Coolest Hotels
With a love of tech and high design, Chad and Courtney Ludeman are reinventing the Philly hotel.
For Philly City Council, Incumbency Doesn’t Mean What It Used To
Half of the district incumbents will face primary challenges, and more than 30 candidates are vying for seven at-large seats, the largest pool since peak Rizzo backlash in 1979.
The Best Career Advice This Philly Accounting Exec Has Ever Received
EisnerAmper’s Lori Reiner on her new leadership role (and spin obsession).
Sneak Peek: Inside Philadelphia Magazine’s June Issue
Our June issue drops this week. Get ready for a summer at the Shore.
9 Things Philly’s Pro Wedding Videographers Wish You Knew
CinemaCake’s husband-and-wife videography team share how to make the most of your wedding video.
A Philadelphian’s guide to navigating (and maybe even beating) our screwed-up system.
It’s Official: Speed Cameras Will Be Installed in Philly this Year
First red-light cameras. Now speed cameras. It’s getting really hard to be a dangerous driver in this town.
Reading Terminal Market Is Getting a Pedestrian Plaza
The $1 million plan for Filbert Street includes wider sidewalks, outdoor seating, and retractable bollards to block cars during "pedestrian hours."
Camden Is Getting a Waterfront Beer Garden
Flying Fish Beer Garden will open at Adventure Aquarium just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
This Is Why Your Race Bib Costs So Darn Much
Here’s what you’re really paying for.
Biden 2020 Rally: Road Closures, Parking Restrictions, and Logistics
Here’s your guide to the big event this Saturday.
Living in Northern Liberties: A Neighborhood Guide
The city’s first industrial suburb is now one of its coolest places to live.
With Amis Closure, the Remains of the Vetri Family Empire Continue to Crumble
Of the original restaurants acquired by URBN, only two will remain in Philadelphia.
60 Seconds of Fear on Broad Street
After a minor encounter in Center City traffic, I saw a man explode with a rage he couldn’t control.
This New Philly Pool Workout Is How You’ll Want to Exercise All Summer Long
Can’t stand the heat? Get in the pool.