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Philly Finally Has a Fully Functional Recycling Program Again

But it sure ain’t cheap: The cost in fiscal year 2019 will likely exceed $10 million.

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Here's What You'll Be Eating and Drinking at Parks on Tap


The Case for Why Millennial Women Should Definitely Job-Hop

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Just Listed: Modern 2-Story Penthouse in Rittenhouse

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This Viral Bungee Cord Workout Is Coming to the Philly Area

Pop Fit Studio in Havertown is the first studio in the region to offer bungee fitness.

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Apartment Profile: A First Look at One Ardmore

At last, Ardmore gets the apartment building it’s waited more than a decade for.

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Temple Students Rally to Save Food Trucks Threatened by Enforcement

Implementation of a 2015 regulation would require the university’s beloved food trucks to move off-campus each night.


South Philly’s Secret Bagel Man

I wish I’d never heard of Philip Korshak.

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11 Organic Beauty Salons In Philadelphia

So you can enjoy hair, nail, and skin treatments in the safest and cleanest way possible.


Beer Gardens in Philadelphia: The 2019 Lineup

It’s outdoor drinking season in Philly. Here’s everything you need to know to make the most of it.


The New Look of Philly Power

The New Look of Philly Power

A new generation is making its mark on Philadelphia. Meet 38 people determined to shake up the city’s status quo.

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One of Philly’s Best Outdoor Music Venues Is Now Available for Weddings

It’s a dreamy spot for local music fans.


What Tradeoffs Will Tax Abatement Reform Bring?

A 2018 study finds the city collects less in the long run from any of the proposed changes.


Philly Created More Jobs in 2018 Than in Any Year Since 1969

That’s according to the Center City District’s annual State of the City report. But the CCD’s findings aren’t all good news.


Philly, We’re Officially Living in an Apartheid State

When the vast amount of equity, wealth, and resources are controlled by a city’s racial minority, it’s time to start asking why.

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Center City’s New Pink, Plant-Filled Wine Bar and Restaurant Is Ready for Your Instagram

Get a peek at the menus and interior before Blume opens with natural wines, draft cocktails, and vegetable-forward takes on classic dishes later this week.

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Best of Philly 2018

Best of Philly 2018

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This DJ Turned SoulCycle Instructor Made Us a Workout Playlist

Bryant Reams’ musical background comes in handy for creating killer playlists.

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Just Listed: Historic Horse Farm Outside New Hope

You now have the opportunity to live in the longtime estate of one of the first families of Pennsylvania.

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Spruce Street Harbor Park Reopens for the Summer Soon

Plus just-released event highlights to get you excited for waterfront park season.


W/N W/N Coffee Bar Has Closed, Will Reopen Under New Ownership

Callowhill’s once cooperatively owned restaurant has been sold to new owners. Here’s what that means for you.

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