Life & Style

Turn Your Home into a Salon with These Virtual Appointments

No need to wear hats to hide overgrown haircuts or roots. This summer, Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia introduces Four Seasons Salon experiences at home. Expert men’s […]


Here’s How to Safely Transform Your Home as Furniture Stores Reopen

Photo Credit: Rebecca McAlpin Studio 882’s 15,000-square-foot showroom is reopening June 5th, while following all state and CDC health mandates to ensure a safe and […]

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City Life

A Professional Stylist’s Advice for Men’s At-Home Haircuts

It’s been about three weeks since Governor Tom Wolf ordered all non-essential businesses in Pennsylvania to close in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Among those […]

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HGTV’s Rachel Street on How to Get the Most Value From Your Home Renovation

Want to make sure your home remodel is going to add value — and attract another buyer down the line? Rachel Street, a realtor and […]

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Here’s Where to Go to See the Flowers Bloom This March

Photo Credit: Becca Mathias Opposites attract this winter at Longwood Gardens with Orchid Extravaganza. With bold, vivacious hues found in a sea of golden Oncidium, to swirls […]

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Be Well Philly

Ask the Editor: Airplanes Are So Germy. How Do I Stay Healthy While Flying?

Airplanes and hotels are the germiest. How can I avoid the ick? — Jen in Elkins Park Airports and planes are a germaphobe’s worst nightmare. […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

The Philadelphian’s Guide to the Modern Wedding Ceremony

As weddings become more personalized, so do wedding ceremonies. Traditions that were once considered non-negotiable have become fully malleable. (In Pennsylvania, one of a handful […]


This Local Cafe Is Hosting a Chocolate Celebration for the Rest of February

  Celebrate the month of love with Chocolate-Covered February at HERSHEY’s Kitchens! Nobody loves chocolate as much as HERSHEY, so this month-long celebration of all […]


Ask the Editor: Why Is Ordering Water in a Restaurant So Confusing Now?

I ordered a fancy bottle of water by accident because restaurant water terminology has gotten out of control. Help me decipher! —Harry in Fishtown It […]

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Things to Do

How to Get Started With Sports Betting the Next Time You Visit a Casino

Slots and table games have been around for a while, but sports betting? That’s a relatively new phenomenon around these parts. Tom Gable, director of […]


Here’s How Women Will Change the Workplace in 2020

2019 was a big year: We saw women take center stage, riding the wave of both the #MeToo movement and the Time’s Up campaign. And […]


Ask Foobooz Anything

Do you have a specific question about restaurants in Philadelphia that you’re dying to have answered? Need a restaurant recommendation for a specific event? You’re […]

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The Orchids Are Back at Longwood Gardens. This Year Might Be the Most Stunning Yet

Photo Credit: Larry Albee Opposites attract this winter at Longwood Gardens. Escape to a lush sanctuary filled with nearly 5,000 blooming orchids during Orchid Extravaganza. […]

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Be Well Philly

How to Finally Break Your Phone Addiction This Year

You keep saying you want less screen time. Catherine Price, Philly-based author of How to Break Up With Your Phone, tells you how to finally […]


Ask the Editor: Burgers in Philly Are Becoming So Expensive. Are They Ever Worth It?

In October, New York import Emmy Squared opened in Queen Village with a cheffed-up version of the Big Mac (called Le Big Matt) for $19. […]