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The Real Trouble With’s Tom Corbett Column

In 2007, the Inquirer hired Rick Santorum to write a bimonthly column. The former senator, earning $1,750 a pop, was accused of making things up in his very first piece. A couple […]


Nom Nom Ramen Coming to Center City

When we saw that b. b. Go had closed at 18th and Ludlow we suggested that it might not be a bad spot for a […]

Be Well Philly

MOM’s Organic Market Coming to Bryn Mawr

Be Wellers on the Main Line, listen up: You’re getting a big, new organic market come February. Maryland-based MOM’s Organic Market is expanding to our […]

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MOM’s Organic Market Is Coming to East Market

There’s a new grocery story coming to Center City. While all of the buzz is generally around Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, East Market, the […]

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Co-Living Comes to The Civic

When last we addressed the subject, two rapidly expanding companies had announced plans to bring “dorm life for adults” — a 21st-century version of the […]

Philadelphia Wedding

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Turned Their Wedding Video Into a Rom-Com Trailer

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are quickly becoming one of my favorite celebrity couples of the moment—they seem so fun and down-to-earth, and we certainly […]

Things to Do

REVIEW: Love, Lies and Taxidermy at Inis Nua is a Rom-Com for Today

Love, Lies and Taxidermy, Alan Harris’s 90-minute rollercoaster of play, arrives at Inis Nua after director Tom Reing saw a production at the Edinburgh Fringe. […]

City Life Doubles Down on Embarrassing Tom Corbett Material

Yesterday on the Philly Post, there was a little intra-staff debate going on about the merits of In one corner was Joel Mathis, arguing […]

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Tom Corbett to Write A Regular, Probably Dull Column for

Joining the ranks of esteemed scribes Bernie Parent and “sexologist” Jill McDevitt, Tom Corbett will soon debut a regular column on We assume that […]

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