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A pandemic is not an excuse to skip voting. These are the five options — including by mail and in person methods — that you have to get your ballot in.
Our Six Kids Served as Our Wedding Party. Here’s How We Made the Day Special for Everyone.
The children said “I do” along with their parents.
Novelist Jennifer Weiner on Mask Shaming, Virtual Book Tours, and the Toxic Side of Social Media
The Queen Village-based writer is one of America’s most popular novelists.
I Never Knew How Much I’d Miss Shopping in Person
I’ve come to hate everything about e-commerce.
Best Thing This Week: Trump’s Philly Town-Hall Disaster
It was fitting that his pitiful performance took place here in Philly, where a set of other ordinary citizens, 244 years ago, willed the Great American Experiment into being.
Just Listed in the Poconos: Contemporary Compound in East Stroudsburg
This woodsy home that resembles a classic schoolhouse echoes its surroundings very well.
5 Healthy Things to Do in Philly This Weekend
From outdoor exercise to group workouts, check out these five great fitness and wellness events happening this weekend in Philly.
B.PHL Festival Addresses Challenges to Health-Care Delivery and Maintaining Public Health Amid COVID-19
From enforcing mandatory masking to avoiding health-care employee burnout, experts explored the path forward for Philadelphia’s health-care industry beyond the pandemic.
Fired Philly Cop Says His Support for Black Lives Matter Led to Threats and Harassment
Bryan Turner claims one Philly cop told him he hoped Turner would get “caught in the line of fire.”
Philly Is Seriously Lagging in Its Census Response. That Could Be a Very Costly Problem.
For each Philly resident who fails to fill out the form, the city loses an estimated $20,000 of federal funding over the next decade. Fortunately, it’s not too late. Here’s what to do.
This Activist Wants to Make Health and Wellness Accessible to Everyone in Philly
Meet Sudan Green, one of our 2020 Health Hero semi-finalists.
I’ve Made a New Playlist Every Month for the Past Four Years
“Music is like breathing to me. I need it when I’m cleaning the house, when I’m driving down the Turnpike and when I’m elated or heartbroken on the train into Center City.”
Dear Eagles Fans: Say Goodbye to Tailgating
The city is cutting off access to some South Philly streets and enforcing a strict no-tailgating policy at FDR Park.
Could This Place Be Philly’s Next Pizza Obsession?
Pizzata Pizzeria is opening in Fitler Square with naturally leavened red pies, white pies, and that’s it.
This Pretty Lancaster Wedding Had a Socially Distant Ceremony and Served Dinner To-Go
The couple kept their original wedding date but cut the guest list by more than half.
This Local Business Founder Starts Every Morning with Journaling and Meditation
Alia Sobel, who created local wellness brand Two Word Story, relies on meditation, journaling and Orange Theory to keep her on track.