Philly Chef Conference Keeps Getting Better

Philly Chef Conference is just over two weeks away, and they’re still adding to the lineup. In addition to announcing an excellent chef lineup for […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

All the Fun Details You Need to Know About Brides, Bubbly & Brunch

The countdown is officially on! Our favorite event of the year, our Brides Bubbly & Brunch wedding planning showcase, is just weeks away. As the […]

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Things to Do

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Hang Out at Philly-Area Casinos

Sports betting is legal, the food is better than ever, and there’s a new venue coming to town: Why not hit up a casino? Here […]

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City Life

You Need to See Philly Author Lorene Cary’s Play, My General Tubman, at the Arden

It has been almost 30 years since West Philadelphia-bred Lorene Cary made it onto the radar of the literary world thanks to Black Ice, a […]

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Things to Do

Three Old-School Hip-Hop Acts to Catch in Philly This Week

Long before Kanye found Jesus, these acts dominated the charts. See them all this month. Snoop Dogg Around since: 1992 Song you undoubtedly know: “Gin […]


The Philly Cooks Lineup This Year Is Absolutely Stellar

Even if you’re a voracious eater, the Philadelphia restaurant scene has likely outpaced your ability to dine out. We update our 50 Best list four […]

Be Well Philly

Set Your New Year’s Resolutions at This New Wellness Event in Fishtown

Making your New Year’s resolutions is one thing. Keeping them is another. To help you set and execute goals for 2020 that are “smart” — […]


Join BizPhilly for a Talk With Serial Entrepreneur Osagie Imasogie

Next month, BizPhilly will present the third installment of Secrets From the C-Suite, the Philadelphia magazine event series that hosts leading local executives for real-time […]

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Sneak Preview: December Classes at COOK

It’s that time again. COOK is about to release their December class schedule, and for those of you looking for a cool holiday gift for […]


Mission Taqueria Is Hosting the Most Epic Friendsgiving Ever

In 2008, Daniel McLaughlin of Mission Taqueria hosted a Friendsgiving for 50 people in his newly renovated Wharton Heights home. “Aside from microwaving Trader Joe’s […]

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Caught in a Sinkhole? This Franklin Institute Exhibit Might Just Help You Survive

Sometimes, life throws you a curveball. Or, more literally, maybe it’s a charging bull or a swarm of killer bees. Maybe it’s a round of live […]

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Sneak Preview: November Classes at COOK

There’s a Dia de los Muertos party on Saturday, November 2nd, a beer dinner with the chef from Res Ipsa, Drew Lazor and Resa Mueller […]

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City Life

A Museum Exhibit Devoted to Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Opening in Philly

Take a moment to recall the last time you attended a major museum exhibition entirely devoted to a pop-culture icon. Was that icon a woman? […]


Drexel Is Launching a Fall Event Series Full of Culinary Heavy Hitters

Drexel’s Philly Chef Conference (Philly’s greatest industry event) isn’t until spring 2020, but the Food & Hospitality Management department has lined up some events this fall to keep […]

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City Life

The Zoo Will Turn Into a Magical Holiday Lights Wonderland in November

The Philadelphia Zoo has been crushing it lately. If the goal was to take it from a popular spot for tots in strollers and turn it […]