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Sarah Jordan

City Life

Can the First Philadelphia Polo Classic Make the City a Pony Town?

Work to Ride phenom Kareem Rosser is aiming to make the city a force in the polo world.

Be Well Philly

Telemedicine Revolutionized Healthcare. But Its Future Is Uncertain

COVID forced the health-care system to offer telehealth to all. Why would we ever go back?

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City Life

5 of Philly’s Most Meaningful Monuments, According to Monument Lab’s Paul Farber

Paul Farber and his team at Monument Lab specialize in helping communities dream about not just what monuments should be, but also what they could be.

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City Life

Who Deserves a Statue — And Who Never Did? Philly’s Monument Lab May Have Answers

Philadelphia is in the midst of a messy reckoning with the relics of its past. Do Paul Farber and his team of civic architecture superheroes hold the key to figuring out who should be yanked off their pedestals — and who should replace them?

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Things to Do

What Will Philly’s Arts Scene Look Like After a Year Without Audiences?

The pandemic forced profound changes to the city’s arts and culture sector. What comes next will say a lot about who we are — and what kind of city we want to be.

Life & Style

The Know-It-All Guide to Buying Art in Philadelphia

Philly’s art scene is bursting with talent. Here’s how to get in on the action.

City Life

Has the Manayunk Bike Race Hit Its Final Wall?

The annual event is on the skids after 33 years. Will someone — anyone — rescue it?

City Life

The Manayunk Bike Race Is Dead — Again

Has Philly’s beloved cycling classic finally run out of road? It sure seems like it.

City Life

What the Hell Is Going On at the Pennsylvania Ballet?

Taking stock of the Angel Corella era.

Things to Do

Pennsylvania Ballet’s Angel Corella Debuts Don Quixote This Thursday

He drove his Vespa around Barcelona shopping for castanets, fans and matador costumes.

Things to Do

Why the Art Museum’s Gigantic Pop Art Exhibition Is So Important

Opening tomorrow, “International Pop” expands the borders of an art revolution.

Things to Do

INTERVIEW: Director Erika Frankel

Her documentary about Georges Perrier opens locally this weekend.


INTERVIEW: Director Erika Frankel

Things to Do

VALENTINE’S ALERT: 14 Movies For Every Stage of Romance

Why go out when you can Netflix — or Hulu, or Prime or whatever — and chill?

Things to Do

INTERVIEW: Grammy Nominee Lianne La Havas

Prince’s folk/soul protégée plays Ortlieb’s on Saturday.