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A Philly-Themed Bar Called Passyunk Avenue Has Won Londoners’ Cold, Cold Hearts

Why New Jersey expat JP Teti is betting that “Philadelphia” can be a brand.

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Brian Dawkins on Joining the Hall of Fame and Finally Getting His Ring

The former Eagles safety, executive, and fan favorite reflects on his career and looks ahead.

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Nicole Cashman: Maven of Messaging

The founder of Cashman & Associates, the PR firm behind many of Philly’s movers and shakers.

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Taking a Spin With Ellen Yin

This month, Fork celebrates 20 years in Philly’s restaurant scene.

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In Hot Water With Marian Hill

For the group, a trip home means home-baked high jinks.

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The Enemy Among Us

How are there Cowboys fans in Philly? And why? Why!?

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Philly’s 10 Best Pro Athletes on Twitter

Lazor: These guys have game. Twitter game.

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The Casual Awesomeness of the Schuylkill Boardwalk

Lazor: Philadelphians are already acting as if it’s been here all their lives.

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Story Lines We Won’t See on How to Get Away With Murder

Now that the show ditched Philly to film on the West Coast.

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Imagine a World #withNOFOOTBALL

Lazor: Why Philebrity’s Joey Sweeney is supporting bars that don’t support football.

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What’s in Store for the Zoo’s Baby Lions?

Lazor: Peering into the crystal ball for Philly’s newest, furriest celebrities.

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3 Observations About Eagles Fans (From a Non-Eagles Fan)

Lazor: You’re overly dramatic and get hung up on weird stuff, but you’re not as bad as everyone says.

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3 Feel-Good Stories the Internet Has Ruined This Week

Lazor: Who could possibly hate ALS fundraising, Little League and Taylor Swift?

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Power Ranking: 7 Weird Pa. and N.J. Animal Sightings

Lazor: From big snakes to three-legged bears, we break it down.

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Arctic Splash Cartons: Litter or Art (or Both)?

Lazor: With Fishtown Juice, Jake Sauer’s ridding the streets of — and documenting — the discarded drink containers.