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8 Philly Bike Shops Where You Can Buy Gear, Get Repairs, and Take Classes

For all bicycling needs, they’ve got you covered.


Solo Travel 2018: Get in Touch With Your Do-Good Side

Cure your wanderlust while giving back.


Grandparent Names: Nana Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

Your kids can call your mom whatever they like — as long as it’s not “Grandma.”


Inside Philly’s New Day Care and Preschool Boom

A sampling of the high-minded, high-stakes child-care scene in Center City and beyond.


Rocky? Will Smith? The Geator with the Heater?

Who is Philly’s Best Icon? Cast your vote and you could win a ticket to our annual Best of Philly bash.


Vote Now: What’s the Best Philly Icon?

We asked five influential Philadelphians to pick the thing or person that best represents our city. The winner gets a Best of Philly award. And you have the final say.


Philly Is a Boomer Town (Still)

The generational breakdown of the region’s elite figures.


Whatever Happened to Generation X?

The “slacker” generation of Philadelphians is feeling overworked and overwhelmed. But their chill approach to life might be just what we need.


People Are Obsessing Over These Sassy Nameplates

How Valerie Safran — yes, the restaurateur — found her ultimate side gig.


Philly’s Third Restaurant Renaissance Has Arrived

The founding fathers of our restaurant revival have moved on. Where does that leave Philly? Maybe with our best food yet.

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Indoor Play Spaces, Playgrounds and Entertainment for Kids in Philadelphia

35 places to take the kids in Philly and the surrounding ’burbs when it’s freezing outside


Giving 101: How Do I Know Where My Money is Going?

Your philanthropy questions, answered.


Michael Smerconish on Our Polarized Nation

The passionate, popular CNN and SiriusXM host will drop his logic at this year’s ThinkFest.


What Do the 100 Most Influential People Have to Say About Our City?

Come to ThinkFest and find out.

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Philly Moms Speak: 19 Super Helpful Books for Parents

From sanity saving discipline guides to memoirs that will make you laugh-cry, these parent-focused books will be your new best friends.