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The Big List of Philly Pols Demanding Resignations and Prosecutions After Capitol Siege

To think that this week began with the Republican leadership in the state Senate refusing to seat Democrat Jim Brewster of Allegheny County, who won […]

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Just Listed: Expanded Cape in Pocono Pines

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “Cape Cod house”? Chances are, it’s an image of a simple little saltbox of brick, wood […]

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Property

On the Market: Modern Townhouse in Northern Liberties

My path to this job runs right through Northern Liberties: it was the neighborhood I chose to focus on when realtor-developer Noah Ostroff kicked me […]

City Life

Why Is Most of Philly’s COVID-19 Vaccine Still Sitting in Storage?

The nationwide rollout of a coronavirus vaccine was never going to be easy. That much we knew. But if the obvious problem was thought to […]

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On the Market: Repurposed Carriage House in Rittenhouse Square

Converting carriage houses into residences is something of a cottage industry in this city, and with good reason: the old stables make great modern residences. […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

This Wedding Is Both Christmas- and Pride-Themed, and It Totally Works

Not ready to give up the festive spirit just yet? Neither are we — and neither is this couple, for that matter. They celebrated Christmas […]

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On the Market: Customized Neotraditional in Newtown Square

If William Levitt was the Henry Ford of home building, Toll Brothers is its General Motors. Where the creator of mass-produced suburban housing 0ffered you […]

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Be Well Philly

Philly’s New Circular Fashion Brand Wants to Save Your Underwear From the Landfill

We all know fast fashion is a huge source of waste in the modern world. Moreover, we know that creating clothing sustainably and ethically is […]

City Life

Happy 2021! You Can Go to the Museum Again!

We’re four days into 2021, and we’ve gotta be honest: It doesn’t feel that different from 2020, does it? The Eagles are a laughingstock; the […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

After a Decade Together, He Proposed to His High-School Sweetheart at ONE North Broad

Some of the best love stories begin with longtime friendships, ones that change and grow with each couple. Such is the case with this duo, […]

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5 of the Coolest Houses We Showcased in 2020

Each year, somewhere north of 250 houses appear on this website as featured houses for sale. More than half of them come from real estate […]

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Property

Will Philly’s 2020 Real Estate Party Continue into 2021?

2020 has been one horrible year in many ways, including in lots of areas of real estate. For the residential real estate market in the […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

A Parisian Theme and a Chinese Lion Dance Made This NYE Wedding a Night to Remember

New Year’s Eve is going to look a little different this year due to the pandemic. There won’t be any big bashes or gatherings, and […]

City Life

2020 in Review: 7 Stats That Tell the Story of Philadelphia

How to summarize 2020? This year has seemed to contort time in entirely new ways. Some days, it can feel shocking that it’s already December, […]

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On the Market: Reconfigured Trinity in Rittenhouse Square

What’s wrong with this picture? Nothing that I can spot. But I’m sure that there are some trinity aficionados out there who are reading this, […]