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Lark, Nick Elmi and Fia Berisha’s New Restaurant in Bala Cynwyd, Opens Its Doors

Back when I started this column — when I was pitching it as a way to round up the week’s news at a time when […]

Clark Park

We’re pretty sure this is the only park in the city—make that in the region—that has theater events, punk rock concerts, foam sword-fighting meet-ups, two […]

Clark Park

On sunny Saturdays, this nine-acre West Philly park turns into a scene from Game of Thrones if Game of Thrones were peopled with kids and […]


With locations in West and South Philly, BarkPark is the top spot for your pooch to spend the day. Furry friends are invited for longer […]

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Philadelphia Magazine’s Fitness Challenge 2010: Deidre McAllister

Deidre’s Sweat Trainer: Adarrel Fisher, Head Trainer  Initial Assessments: “Deidre has a wonderful personality. She is willing to do whatever it takes to improve her […]

Shakespeare in Clark Park

Thespians take over “the Bowl” section of Clark Park for several days of edgy but family-friendly (and free!) takes on the Bard. It’s a bring-a-lawn-chair-and-sneak-in-a-bottle-of-prosecco […]

Clark Park Farmers’ Market

It’s open year-round, the produce selection is terrific (sea beans, duck eggs, fresh morels), and with a deep bench of food and drink artisans taking […]


Clark Park’s Awesome Fest Begins Today

The Clark Park Farmers’ Market has just released information on their summer-long festivities, all of which start today, June 26th, and will continue every Thursday […]

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Mark Your Calendars: The City Has Announced LOVE Park’s Grand Reopening

A lot of people have been hating on LOVE Park’s redesign. Just do a quick scan of social media: What's wrong with the new love […]


Clarke’s LOVE Park Plan: Too Much, and Not Enough, of a Good Thing

City Council President Darrell Clarke is floating a plan to take care of rehabilitating LOVE Park the same way the city is going about rehabilitating […]