Coronavirus

City Life

From Layoffs to Bonuses: How Comcast, Penn, Wawa, Vanguard and More Are Dealing With Coronavirus

Two weeks ago (it feels like yesterday), we reached out to some of the Philadelphia area’s biggest employers to hear how they were coping amid […]

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City Life

Ghost Town Philly, Comcast and the Summer Olympics Postponement, and NJ Coronavirus Numbers Surge

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Coronavirus Turns Philly Into a Ghost Town What “a sharp and sudden contrast,” as a colleague of mine put […]

Be Well Philly

How to Keep Your Skin Healthy and Glowing While Stuck at Home, According to the Pros

After a full week of social distancing and spending most of the day inside, you, like so many others, might be wondering why your skin […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Coronavirus Wedding Diaries: This Is the Email We Sent Our Guests Before We Rescheduled

The coronavirus crisis has upended life in Philly (and across the country) in more ways than we can count. With the strictest guidelines focused on […]

NextHealth PHL

The Coronavirus Outbreak Is Far From Over. But Here’s How It Might End.

As of Monday afternoon, there are 175 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Philadelphia, according to the city’s department of health. There are more than 39,000 […]

NextHealth PHL

Philadelphia Nurses Tell All: I’m Afraid I’ll Infect My Family

“Philadelphia Nurses Tell All” is a weekly series that features stories from healthcare professionals about how they are working to combat COVID-19. If you are […]

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City Life

Forget Giant and Acme: The Real Panic Shoppers Go to Restaurant Depot

If you want to shop at Restaurant Depot, you have to be a member. And during normal times, if you want to become a member […]

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Foobooz

Philly’s Biggest Chefs and Restaurateurs Demand Immediate Relief From Government

We’re, right now, in Week 2 of the coronavirus quarantine. Many Philly restaurants have closed, some temporarily, some for good, but it’s too soon to […]

City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: So What Exactly Can You Do During Philly’s New Stay-at-Home Order?

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Mayor Kenney to Philly: Stay Home! Over the weekend, one Philly Mag reporter drove past a jam-packed basketball court […]

Be Well Philly

Philly-Area Studios Streaming At-Home Meditation Classes

If you’re experiencing cabin fever or need a mental break from coronavirus news, ease your mind in the comforts of your own home. Below, find […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Coronavirus Wedding Diaries: The Quarantine Didn’t Stop My At-Home Proposal

The coronavirus crisis has upended life in Philly (and across the country) in more ways than we can count. With the strictest guidelines focused on […]

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City Life

A Few Actually Good Things That Happened This Week During the Coronavirus Crisis in Philly

There’s been plenty of bad news in Philly (and everywhere) this week, thanks to coronavirus. So we wanted to look around and see if there […]

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Be Well Philly

Yes, You Still Can (and Should) Donate Blood

Blood drives are being cancelled in record numbers due to the closure of schools, churches and other institutions — which is creating a shortage in […]

City Life

Should I Have Called the Cops on My Neighbor’s Party?

I couldn’t sleep. After reading a New York Times article by three Penn doctors saying that a return to normalcy from the COVID-19 pandemic was […]

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City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: Big Changes at Wawa, Wolf Cracks Down, But, Hey, It’s Warm!

A roundup of Philly coronavirus news. Say Goodbye to Wawa as You Know It Wawa is, essentially, a basic human right in Philadelphia, Delco and […]