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Things to Do

144 Things to Do in Philly This Week and Weekend

Juneteenth celebrations, Pride month continues, Flag Day, Bloomsday, and so many concerts.


Philadelphia police officers arrest someone during a May crackdown in Kensington.
City Life

Mayor Parker’s Kensington Crackdown Intensifies in Philadelphia

Foobooz

Where to Find Philly’s Most Over-the-Top Desserts

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The Procrastinator’s Guide to Philly Summer Camps

Find It PhillyWhat you need, when you need it.

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Property

5 Must-See Open Houses This Weekend

Everything old is new again. So is everything new.

Foobooz

Your Guide to Philly Coffee Shops Serving Up Great Food

When you’re looking for more than a croissant to go with your caffeine boost, head to these Philly cafes.

The Rolling Stones performing at Lincoln Financial Field in South Philadelphia as part of they Hackney Diamonds tour
City Life

It Happened Last Night: The Rolling Stones Took Over South Philly

Photos and dispatches from the packed (and hit-packed) performance.

George Santos expects to spend much of his summer vacation in the Poconos
City Life

Philly Today: George Santos Is Invading the Poconos This Summer

Plus, illegal deer, greased pole problems, and a new Netflix special from a Philly comedian.

Life & Style

A Yardley Home Gets a Modern-Meets-Traditional Makeover

The dressing room is downright dreamy.

Life & Style

Check Out This Edgy New Men’s Jewelry Line From Philly’s Own Lagos

Roman influences, skull motifs, and a rabbit in black agate are among the statement-making details.


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The 150 Most Influential Philadelphians

The 150 Most Influential Philadelphians

Our celebration of the 150 most influential Philadelphians who have shaped where we’ve been and those who are determining our future

All Hail the Hoagie

All Hail the Hoagie

Our all-you-can-eat guide to the true king of Philadelphia sandwiches. 

City Life

I Was This Close to Graduating From the University of the Arts

Our intern Owen Spaloss reports from the scene of the UArts drama.

Josh Kruger and his killer, Robert Davis
City Life

Philly Today: Josh Kruger’s Killer Sentenced

Will the city now release texts and other evidence from the case?

Foobooz

Lacroix Unveils New Ways to Experience Fine Dining

Plus: Humpty’s Dumplings celebrates 10 years and 10 million dumplings, a new chef joins the Oltremare team, and Honeysuckle Provisions hosts its second annual Juneteenth Cookout.

Property

Living in Chadds Ford: A Neighborhood Guide

History and artistry meet on the banks of Brandywine Creek.

Be Well Philly

10 Amazing Hotel and Day Spas at the Jersey Shore

Because a massage or facial by the beach beats anything you’re doing at home.

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An Optimist’s Guide to Philadelphia

An Optimist’s Guide to Philadelphia

There are thousands of reasons to feel bullish about the future of our amazing city — all you have to do is look around.
Best of Philly 2023

Best of Philly 2023

Please give a warm welcome to the Best of Philly 2023. Here are the 240 people, places and things making Philadelphia great.


Property

Where to Live in the Philadelphia Region if You Love the Arts

Painting, sculpture, theater, music — you name it, the Philly area’s got it. Especially in these communities.

A scene from a Philadelphia block party in 2007, back in the days when it was much easier to get your Philadelphia block party application approved (photo via Flickr/Creative Commons)
City Life

Philly Today: City Block Parties Have Been in Mad Decline

Getting your party approved can be easier said than done.

Foobooz

10 Philly Food Experiences to Share With Dad This Father’s Day

From putt-putt and beers to fancy steak dinners, here are some creative ways to take Dad out on the town.

Things to Do

Juneteenth Celebrations in Philly

Block parties, free museum days, kids’ programming, live music and more.

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