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The Best Restaurants on Washington Avenue

While Washington Avenue isn’t a neighborhood, it is a demarcation point in the city. Head north, and you’ll hit Center City, with all its tall […]

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Public Pools Where You Can Swim for Free in Philadelphia

This year, Philadelphians have the chance to enjoy some relief from the sweltering summer heat at free public pools in Philadelphia. Despite a lifeguard shortage, […]

Things to Do

159 Things to Do in Philly This Week and Weekend

ALL WEEK Pride Month The monthlong celebration continues with more events in the city and the surrounding area, including comedy, drag, parties, and much more. […]


Philly Bartenders Predict the Hottest Cocktails of Summer 2024

The drink of the summer is perhaps more of an idea than it is an actual drink, rather like the song of the summer. (Although […]


5 Must-See Open Houses This Weekend

Some of this week’s featured houses look modern. Others were modern a long time ago. All of them offer everything a modern homeowner wants. Bucks […]


Your Guide to Philly Coffee Shops Serving Up Great Food

Whether you’re looking for a quick cup of the house drip or a creamy draft latte, it’s easy to find a great coffee shop almost […]

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The Procrastinator’s Guide to Philly Summer Camps

I don’t know how we got here, but suddenly summer is coming. Philly public schools wrap up this week, and some other area schools are […]

Life & Style

A Yardley Home Gets a Modern-Meets-Traditional Makeover

It’s a familiar refrain among parents with grown children: The kids have all moved out, the home is strangely quiet, and the rooms look suddenly […]


Where to Find Philly’s Most Over-the-Top Desserts

A great meal shouldn’t just fizzle out after the main course is finished and the table is cleared. It deserves a grand finale — a […]


Living in Chadds Ford: A Neighborhood Guide

A way to cross the stream The Swedes were the first Europeans to explore the upper Brandywine Creek, in the 1630s. English Quakers had settled […]

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10 Amazing Hotel and Day Spas at the Jersey Shore

We all know that Memorial Day weekend is the *official* kick-off to summer shore season. But the beauty of the Jersey Shore is that you […]


Where to Live in the Philadelphia Region if You Love the Arts

Welcome to “Where to Live if You Love …” — our series of Philly-area neighborhood guides to help you find your place. Whether you’re passionate […]


10 Philly Food Experiences to Share With Dad This Father’s Day

Consider this your official reminder that Father’s Day is coming up and it’s time to make a plan. The playbook for Mother’s Day is pretty […]

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Where to Celebrate Juneteenth in Philadelphia

On June 19th, 1865, nearly two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, to free the country’s remaining […]

City Life

Philly’s AI Revolution: 16 Fascinating Ways Philadelphia Is Using Artificial Intelligence

Mere human intelligence? That’s for plebeians and Luddites. If it suddenly feels like we’re all augmenting our game with artificial intelligence — that’s because we […]