Coronavirus

NextHealth PHL

Everything You Need to Know About COVID-19 Antibodies

There is so much that doctors and scientists still don’t know about the coronavirus, COVID-19. Despite more than 1,800 clinical trials for COVID-19 underway worldwide, […]

green phase counties in pennsylvania
City Life

These 18 Pennsylvania Counties Just Went Green, Reopening Bars, Dining Rooms, Gyms, and More

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Governor Wolf Shifts 18 Counties to Least Restrictive Green Phase If you really need to sit at a bar […]

Foobooz

Philly’s Pizza Speakeasy Was Never Meant to Last

Maybe we’ll forget all about Joe and Angela Cicala’s pizza speakeasy once this is over. Like it never happened, never existed. Maybe it will become […]

pennsylvania attorney general josh shapiro and esf camps co-founder michael rouse, who has angered parents with a new refund policy
City Life

Attorney General’s Office Flooded With Complaints About Main Line-Based ESF Camps

On Tuesday, we told you that some parents are outraged at prestigious Main Line-based ESF Camps over the company’s refund policy now that on-site summer […]

NextHealth PHL

This Philly-Made App Will Reward You for Social Distancing

If the photos and videos of tightly packed tourist destinations, beaches, or city blocks are any indication, social distancing is not the most popular practice. […]

the chestnut street old navy in philadelphia, which is being sued for unpaid rent
City Life

Old Navy Center City Hauled Into Court Over Unpaid Rent During Coronavirus Shutdown

All of the Old Navy stores in Philadelphia are closed. They have been since March, because stores that sell nothing but clothes that get all […]

Foobooz

Philly Should Quit Cheap Meat

It goes without saying that the coronavirus’s effect on American foodways goes well beyond the decimation of the restaurant industry. Let’s be clear here: No […]

The Logan Hotel Philadelphia
Philadelphia Wedding

You Could Get Married in the Courtyard at The Logan Hotel for Free

The latest venue to support couples whose weddings have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic is The Logan, Philadelphia’s Hotel. The popular destination is offering […]

philadelphia mayor jim kenney at a press conference where he said he wants to reason with people who ignore coronavirus guidelines, not make arrests
City Life

Kenney Wants to “Reason” With People Who Flout COVID Rules, Not Make “Mass Arrests”

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Kenney Says He Wants to “Reason” With People Who Insist On Ignoring Coronavirus Rules Last week, Philadelphia Mayor Jim […]

anti-tom wolf aerial advertising at the jersey shore over memorial day weekend
City Life

Governor Wolf Targeted in Third Grade-Level Aerial Advertising at the Jersey Shore

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Governor Wolf Targeted in Third Grade-Level Aerial Advertising at the Jersey Shore A trip to the Jersey Shore over […]

south philly store caught price gouging by the pennsylvania attorney general's office
City Life

Price Gouging in Pennsylvania Still a Huge Problem at Stores Like This One

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Price Gouging in Pennsylvania Still a Huge Problem We’ve heard lots of lovely stories about how people, businesses and […]

DIY wedding
Philadelphia Wedding

Coronavirus Wedding Diaries: We Postponed Our Big Wedding and Threw a DIY Celebration

Accept it, adapt and move on — and have a great time, too. That’s the mantra Old City couple Christine Racobaldo and Michael Ciccarone took […]

An overflowing trash can in FDR Park during the Philadelphia coronavirus crisis.
City Life

Dear Philly: Mayor Kenney Hates How Trashy You’re Being During the Pandemic

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Mayor Kenney Hates How Trashy You’re Being During the Coronavirus Pandemic Philadelphia has always had a major trash problem. […]

Be Well Philly

7 Local Fit Pros on Their Best Quarantine Workout Tips

Now that we’ve been at this whole stay-at-home thing for a whiiiiile, you might be finding that it’s super easy to get sucked into working […]

City Life

In a Post-Lockdown World, Philly Tourism Eyes a Reset

It was shaping up to be another banner year for tourism. In January and February, Philly was on pace to break its all-time visitation record […]