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reed skoug, the germantown academy teacher who was fired amid allegations of sexual abuse
City Life

Germantown Academy Fires Popular Spanish Teacher Amid Allegations of Sexual Abuse

On Monday morning, Germantown Academy fired high-school Spanish teacher Reed Skoug after a former student came forward with allegations that she sexually abused him while […]

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Just Listed: Bi-Level Townhouse Duplex in Graduate Hospital

It took them a little while to build it, but once they did, Toll Brothers discovered with Naval Square that there were lots of people […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

An Incredibly Stylish Wedding Under the Stars on the Bok Rooftop

At the end of the day, weddings are about love: the love a couple has for each other, and the sentiments shared by their friends […]

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Just Listed in the Poconos: Tri-Level Contemporary in Bushkill

What makes A-frame houses so popular in mountain and woodland environments? For starters, they don’t require large lots to hold their interior volume. That makes […]

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One of Philly’s Top Commercial Designers Has a Living Room Ready for You

At this year’s InLiquid “The Benefit” auction, one of Philadelphia’s top interior designers has a living room ensemble you can make your own. Floss Barber, […]


Philly Is Now Home to the Smallest Commercial Distillery in America

Back in 2009, two guys named David Haskell and Colin Spoelman launched Kings County Distillery, a tiny whiskey-making operation in East Williamsburg. It was Brooklyn’s […]

the adidas superstar sneaker created with tommy cash
City Life

Did Adidas Just Rip Off a Nike Sneaker Sculpture Made By Two Philly Artists?

In March, Adidas announced its latest piece of footwear: a meter-long sneaker designed in collaboration with Estonian rapper Tommy Cash. Billed as “the longest shoe […]

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How M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant Ended Up a Major Donor to CHOP Research

It’s an April day on a block full of century-old row homes in Rittenhouse. Inside one, hit psychological horror show Servant, created by Tony Basgallop […]

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On the Market: Expanded Colonial Farmhouse in Malvern

This handsome stone-and-wood farmhouse not far from the Great Valley Corporate Center in Malvern is actually a symphony in three movements, written by three different […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

All the Philly Ways to Give to Charity on Your Wedding Day

Philly couples are always seeking out new ways to bring special meaning to their Big Days. Duos outfit the decor with personal touches, honor their […]

Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) parking meters in Philadelphia
City Life

Man Claims the Philadelphia Parking Authority Fired Him for Being Gay

There’s so much to hate about the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA). The tickets they put on your car after your meter just expired. The awful […]

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Just Listed: Updated Expanded Trinity in Queen Village

Generally speaking, even extended trinities lack space for truly gracious entertaining if you’re having more than one or two people over to visit. This updated […]

City Life

The 7 Most Ridiculous Parts of the Pro-Columbus Day Lawsuit Against the City

The City of Philadelphia is facing the last gasps of a historic pandemic, rising gun violence, and a litany of other serious crises. Fortunately, City […]

Be Well Philly

Old City’s New “Immersive” Indoor Cycling Studio Offers a Cinematic Experience

Remember that feeling of losing yourself in a dark fitness studio — music pounding, sweat dripping, and not really thinking about anything but trying to […]

longtime Philadelphia Wholesale Produce Market head Caesar "Sonny" DiCrecchio, who has been arrested by the FBI
City Life

Sonny DiCrecchio Will Plead Guilty to Massive Embezzlement Scheme at Philly Produce Market

Federal criminal cases tend to linger on and on. The FBI arrests somebody. That somebody retains an attorney. And maybe two years later, you’ll get […]