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6 Places to Watch Spectacular Philadelphia Sunsets

A few days back, there was a spectacular sunset in Philadelphia, and my timeline filled with brilliantly colored photos. There’s something magical about catching the […]

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Foobooz

These Are the Must-Try Treats at Six Old-School Philly Bakeries

Philadelphians, um, like to eat. That’s hardly news here in the land of cheesesteaks, soft pretzels and soft-shell crabs. But in a world that seems […]

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Foobooz

8 Must-Have Takeout Foods to Include in Your Perfect Philly Picnic

Barn Cat Cheese from Conscious Cultures Creamery A bloomy vegan blue that will make you reexamine all your vegan cheese opinions. Lemonade from Micah’s Mixx […]

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Be Well Philly

Six Fruit Trees and Plants That Will Thrive in Your Philly Rowhouse Garden

One of the first things my daughter and her husband did when they bought a house in 2016 was plant an apple tree. It was […]

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Property

Living in Media: A Neighborhood Guide

A Trolley Runs Through it Media may be one of the last suburbs in America to have a Main Street with a trolley. And that […]

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City Life

The 10 Essential Sound of Philadelphia Songs Everyone Should Know

Hit play, then go check out our oral history of the Sound of Philadelphia, in which Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, with friends and collaborators […]

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Nine Great Spots For Bird-Watching in Philly and the ’Burbs

Sure, you can just glance out your back window and see birds; that’s part of their charm. But why not up your odds of glimpsing […]

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11 Places to See Cherry Blossoms and Other Flowering Trees in Philadelphia

You don’t have to live in Washington, D.C. to experience the wonder of cherry blossoms. In 1926 Japan gifted 1,600 cherry trees to Philadelphia for […]

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Shop for Locally Grown Produce at These Philly Boutique Markets and Grocers

Philadelphia happens to be particularly well-situated for excellent local produce. New Jersey and central Pennsylvania are patchworks of lush farmland that grows food almost year-round. […]

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9 Philly Hotels With Over-the-Top Amenities

While there are plenty of ways to enjoy Philly’s booming hotel scene without ever booking a room, if you are staying overnight — or have […]

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City Life

It’s Trout Season! Here’s How to Enjoy Fishing In Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania trout season officially kicks off on Saturday, April 3rd. But on Saturday, March 27th, the kids have a special day just for them. Plus, […]

Foobooz

Let Philly Chefs Cook Your Easter and Passover Meals This Year

The spring holidays are upon us, and though we’re still very much contending with COVID, it’s possible you’re planning a small gathering of vaccinated friends […]

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Be Well Philly

8 Reasons You’ll Love Shopping at the New Giant Riverwalk Store

Over the past few years, Philly has seen not only a number grocery stores opening, but entirely new-to-the-region chains and brand-new concepts launching here for […]

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Be Well Philly

Real Philly Therapists on the Worst Mental Health Advice and Trends They’ve Seen on TikTok

TikTok, the minute-long video app that pairs sharable background audio with viral dances, comedic skits, cooking and DIY tutorials, real-life scary stories and more, has […]

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Weekending in Delaware: Great Dining, Gorgeous Gardens, and Shore Towns to Explore

The state Joe Biden calls home is having a full-on moment. Here’s how to explore. Restaurant-Hop in Wilmington Highlights from the city’s dining renaissance Le […]