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Philly Announces COVID Restrictions to End on June 11th

Fourteen months after the City of Philadelphia first shut down in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the health department has announced that all COVID restrictions […]

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The Delwyn Turns a ’50s Strip Mall Into a Walkable Community

Back in the 1920s, when the automobile was still new, developers experimented with neighborhood and shopping center designs that accommodated cars while still catering to […]

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Be Well Philly

Philly Cyclists Share Their Best Advice for Buying Gear and Riding in the City Safely

Are you one of the many Philadelphians that’s gotten into biking in the last year? Whether you’re totally new to traveling on two wheels or […]

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Just Listed: Trinity with Apartment in Northern Liberties

Looking for a reasonably priced property in Northern Liberties that you can call home? Well, you can’t call this well-kept Northern Liberties duplex house for […]

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On the Market: New Construction Townhouse in Fishtown

This very nice, very modern Fishtown new construction townhouse for sale is part of an eight-unit development called Riverside 8 and built by Red Oak […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

A Great Dane, a Cat and a Tiger Mural Took Over This Backyard Engagement Photo Shoot

We admit it. We’re suckers for a proposal, wedding — anything, really — featuring our four-legged friends in all their furry glory. And we’re not […]

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Be Well Philly

Top Doctors 2021: Philadelphia Magazine’s New List Is Here

Every year, we present our list of the best doctors in the region — the medical professionals who stand out among their peers. This year, […]

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Just Listed: Modern Rustic Lodge in Hawley

The Pocono Mountains are an outdoor sports lover’s paradise. Whether it’s skiing, ice skating or ice fishing in the winter or hiking, mountain biking, boating, […]

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On the Market: Renovated Townhouse in Rittenhouse Square

Given all the effort that goes into renewing a house, it should surprise no one that first-time rehabbers are proud of their work and eager […]

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City Life

Former Yards Brewing Company Manager Claims She Was Fired for Getting Pregnant

Yards Brewing Company isn’t just Philadelphia’s longest-running continuously operated brewery — it’s also now Philadelphia’s largest brewery, thanks to a recent expansion. The company received […]

Philadelphia Wedding

You Can Win $2,000 Worth of Free Wedding Goods at This Grooms’ Event in Old City

This one’s for the grooms: On May 14th, Old City wedding vendors are coming together to host an evening of drinks, discussions and shopping — […]

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Just Listed: Historic Farmstead Outside New Hope

If you love historic properties, you might want to pay attention to the rainbow in the photo above, for it’s pointing directly to your pot […]

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NextHealth PHL

Local Biopharma Company Immunome Is Developing an “Antibody Cocktail” to Fight COVID-19 Variants

Variants of SARS-CoV-2, including those first identified in the UK (B.1.1.7), South Africa (B.1.351), Brazil (P.1 and P.2), and California (B.1.429/427), continue to spread across […]

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City Life

Bee Swarms Keep Popping Up in Philadelphia. Here’s What to Do If You Spot One

I don’t know about you, but bees and all of their stinging cousins in the order Hymenoptera rank pretty high on my list of phobias, […]

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Be Well Philly

How BIPOC-Owned Philly Gyms Are Getting a Boost From Comcast During the Pandemic

When Philly fitness boutiques were forced to close their doors last March, owners did everything they could to stay afloat — from streaming classes online […]