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The Comcast RISE program is focused on helping Philly-area small businesses hit hardest by the pandemic with free advertising, technology upgrades, and grants.
From Cavities to Stress-Grinding, the Pandemic Has Been Hell on Our Teeth
Offices closed down. Massive PPE shortages. Dentists have been up against a lot during this past year. So are you ready to get back in the chair?
The Best Philly-Area Running Getaways to Try If You Miss Traveling for Races
Pack your bags and head to one of these local getaway destinations that are low on drive time and high on scenic running paths.
This Student-Run Food Rescue Program Delivers 100,000 Pounds of Food Per Week
Sharing Excess is nimble enough to fill in the gaps in Philly’s large-scale efforts to capture food waste and fight hunger.
A Week in the Life of Fitness Trainer and Health-Care Worker Lonnie Perry
When he’s not working with patients at CHOP or training clients with Get In Lon Fitness, Perry stays energized with smoothies and black bean burgers from local spots, plus meditating and burning sage once a week.
6 Delish Local Meal Delivery Services Making Nutritious Eating Easier
A Week in the Life of Trainer Jordan Deane, Who Launched a Virtual Studio Amid the Pandemic
From teaching kids’ fitness classes to training clients through CUTLOOSE, Deane is often on the move — but he also makes time for plenty of rest, reflection and hydration.
Stay in touch with your favorite local studios via their social media and streaming platforms.
Philly’s No More Secrets Is Opening a New “Menstrual Hub” in Germantown
The brick-and-mortar location, The SPOT Period, will provide support for underserved populations and continue the work to end period poverty.
How Philly Is Learning to Ditch Dieting and Evolve Our Relationship With Food
With an overarching goal to have a healthier mindset around nutrition, we’re working on eating — and living — guilt-free.
12 Nutrition Tips from Local Pros to Help You Eat Better at Home
From flexible planning to “sitting and savoring,” these easy-to-implement tips will help you eat more mindfully and nutritiously.
Say Goodbye to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half, and Hello to the Return of the Philadelphia Distance Run
The iconic race was beloved by locals and elite runners alike in the ’80s and ’90s. Now the annual event is back under the guidance of local organizers, who have big plans for it.
Reach Opens the Factory, a Huge New Rock-Climbing Gym in Bridgeport
Combined with sister facility Reach Climbing and Fitness, the Factory is the largest rock-climbing and training center in the area.
In the time of coronavirus, health care must be more adaptable than ever. Here’s what you need to know.
Gyms and Restaurants Can Apply for COVID-19 Relief Through This City Program
The application is open until February 9th, and eligible business applications will not be reviewed until after the final deadline.
Meet the Man on a Mission to Make Triathlons Cool
Soj Jibowu started Cherry Hill-based Varlo Apparel to bring representation to the triathlon and cycling apparel space and to share his love of the sport with as many people as possible.
The Best Trails to Run Around Philly During Winter
Neither cold temperatures nor a little snow will stop Philly runners.
A Peek at the Fitness and Skin-Care Routines of Flyers Host Andrea Helfrich
When she’s not working as the in-arena host for the Philadelphia Flyers, Helfrich is recording her podcast and relaxing with an impressive array of candles.