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City Life

More Pennsylvanians Have Been Arrested for Capitol Riots Than Residents of Any Other State

Pennsylvania is, of course, known for playing a pivotal role in American history. The U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were both written here. […]

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Property

Just Listed: Updated Trinity in Queen Village

Trinities, as we all know, are cult items: Those who love them really love them, while everyone else just shrugs and moves on. And one […]

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Property

Just Listed: Center-Hall Colonial in Newtown Square

The finest center-hall Colonial houses display a refined yet modest grace. Neither boastful nor showy, they epitomize the quiet refinement that characterizes the Philadelphia region’s […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

These Philly Fitness Pros Snapped Engagement Photos at Their Fave Outdoor Workout Spots

All you need to set the scene for engagement photos is a proposal, some love, and a backdrop perfect for the couple. Philly, with its […]

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Property

During COVID, We Moved Out of Our Fishtown Rowhouse Into a Rural Farmhouse

This story was featured as part of our “On the Move” series in the March issue of Philadelphia magazine. Read the stories of more locals […]

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Property

We Moved From NYC to the Main Line During COVID, and Got an Extra 1,660 Square Feet in the Process

This story was featured as part of our “On the Move” series in the March issue of Philadelphia magazine. Read the stories of more locals […]

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Property

The Real Estate Adventures of Six Philly Families Who Moved During the Pandemic

The Greater Philadelphia residential real estate market had been on a tear for several years when 2020 began. Then came alarming news about a deadly […]

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Property

How to Land Your Dream Home When Philly Houses Are Selling So Fast

Inventories remain tight in both the city and its suburbs, and while local real estate agents report seeing sales slow a bit in the city, […]

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Property

How I Moved Out of My Parent’s House and Became Became a First-Time Homebuyer During the Pandemic

This story was featured as part of our “On the Move” series in the March issue of Philadelphia magazine. Read the stories of more locals […]

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Property

Our Growing Family and the Pandemic Made Our Decision to Move to the Suburbs Easier

This story was featured as part of our “On the Move” series in the March issue of Philadelphia magazine. Read the stories of more locals […]

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Property

Now That I Work Remotely, I Traded My Manhattan Apartment for a Rittenhouse Townhouse

This story was featured as part of our “On the Move” series in the March issue of Philadelphia magazine. Read the stories of more locals […]

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Property

We Left Our Cramped Queens Rental for a Luxury KOP Development Amid the Pandemic

This story was featured as part of our “On the Move” series in the March issue of Philadelphia magazine. Read the stories of more locals […]

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Property

Just Listed in the Poconos: Expanded A-Frame in Greentown

The A-frame is one of the most popular vacation house styles in the country. They get their popularity because they are simple yet attractive, and […]

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City Life

New Scholarships at Community College of Philadelphia Honor Civil Rights Icon Octavius Catto

For too many years, the only memorial to civil rights leader Octavius V. Catto, who was born on this day in 1839, was a public […]

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Property

Just Listed: Renovated Victorian Twin in Mount Airy

As I’ve noted in this space on at least one occasion in the past, and probably more, it’s hard to live in the Germantown area […]