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Philly Mag Announces New Editor Kate Dailey

In an email to staff this morning, Chris Vogel, chief content officer of Metrocorp, the parent company of Philadelphia and Boston magazines, announced that Kate […]

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A Philly Guidebook Even Locals Will Want on Their Coffee Tables

Travel is down. Airlines are going broke. Tourism is floundering. If you had to conceive of the worst possible time to release a travel guidebook, […]


Eeva, ReAnimator Coffee’s New Pizza and Wine Bar, Opens in Kensington

The plan for Eeva was simple, because everything Mark Capriotti and Mark Corpus do is simple. They are the guys behind ReAnimator Coffee, a local […]

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These 5 Communities Have the Biggest Apartments in the Region

Since March, apartment searches in the Philadelphia area have risen at almost as brisk a clip as home sales have. According to data complied by […]


As We Barrel Toward Colder Months, a Lifeline Appears for Philly Restaurants

There was a moment last week that felt so hopeful, it didn’t feel real. We’re not used to good news coming out of the restaurant […]

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A New Report Shows Precisely How the PPP Program Failed Philly

Despite the mixed messaging coming from the President’s Twitter account — “I have instructed my representatives to stop negotiating until after the election” one minute […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

We Self-United With a Small Group in Fairmount Park, Then Held a Traditional Ceremony in California Later

Viet-Thi Ta and Brian Chan might have met in San Francisco, but Philly is where their heart is — and where it made most sense […]

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City Life

Here’s When Pa. Will Reach Peak Fall Foliage This Year

The temperature is dropping and autumn is finally here. This year may still have a lot of unknowns in it, but one thing we can […]

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NextUp: The Company Bringing Medical Co-Working Spaces to Philly

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email [email protected] with pitches […]

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You Officially Have One More Week to Register to Vote

You do not need us to tell you that there’s an election this year. What you might need us to tell you, however, is that […]

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On the Market: Norman Manor Outside New Hope

We start this week off by offering for your approval another of those lovely Norman-inspired estate houses that are quire common all up and down […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

“Socially Distanced Normalcy” Was the Theme of This Sweet Picnic Wedding

Since the start of the pandemic earlier this year, Philly’s soon-to-be weds have found various creative ways to still get married and celebrate their special […]

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Life & Style

This Mid-Century Modern Custom-Built House Is the Perfect Lakefront Getaway

This project — a from-the-ground-up house completed in 2019 — was in the works for more than a year before designer Nicole S. O’Dwyer was […]


On the Market in the Poconos: Lakefront Lodge in White Heron Lake

What do custom builders do when they want a home they can truly call their own? Why, they build it, of course. Which is what […]


Three Subterranean Restaurant and Bar Concepts Are Opening at the Divine Lorraine Hotel

The story of the building at 699 North Broad Street began in the late 19th century, sometime between 1892 and 1894. It was one of […]