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City Life

BLM Protesters Call for Delco School Board Official’s Removal After Her Behavior at Protest

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Black Lives Matter Protesters Call for Removal […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

This Groom Choreographed a Surprise Dance Montage for His Springfield Country Club Wedding

We love the memorable moments that make up a wedding. Whether they are big or small, intentional or unplanned (but special in their unique way), […]

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3 Ways the Coronavirus Crisis Is Expected to Shape Housing Prices in and Around Philly

Robin Gordon of BHHS Fox & Roach Realtors recently told me a story: Clients of hers, a couple, had moved from Gladwyne into the city […]

Three Graces Coffee
Life & Style

Take a Peek Inside the Prettiest New Coffee Shop in Philadelphia

When Yulee Park was an attorney in New York City, she would regularly decamp to coffee shops to get work done. Fast-forward 12 years: Park […]


Emmy Squared Opens a Rooftop Bar, Complete With Frozen Cocktails

When Emmy Squared opened in Queen Village, it was busy from the jump. Lines out the door, fully booked-out on weekends, sometimes weekdays. For a […]

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On the Market: Designer Rancher in Downingtown

If you’re the sort of person who peruses magazines looking for picture spreads of beautiful, stylish houses, you might recognize this one. But not from […]

City Life

Temple Faculty Union Demands Right to Teach Online This Fall

The other week, we told you about the simmering discontent among professors at some Philly colleges, as their institutions sought to return to on-campus instruction […]

philadelphia music venue chris' jazz cafe, which is reopening under a live streaming only model for the foreseeable future
City Life

Center City Music Venue to Reopen This Weekend — Without a Live Audience

Prior to 2020, Philadelphia music venue Chris’ Jazz Cafe had presented 500 performances every year for the last couple of decades, with sometimes as many […]

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City Life

When Queer Eye Comes to a Town, Local Businesses Boom. But Things Are Different For Philly

Benjamin Halton couldn’t believe it was real. It was July 2019, and his father was having open heart surgery. Halton had been sitting in the […]

a rendering of a wawa drive thru only store that you will not be allowed to enter
City Life

Wawa’s Newest Concept? A Store You’re Not Allowed to Enter

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. The World’s First Wawa Drive-Thru Is Scheduled […]


Duck Enchiladas and $33 Prickly Pear Margaritas Arrive in Northern Liberties

Añejo had two locations in New York City — one in Hell’s Kitchen, the other in TriBeCa — before it decided to enter the Philly […]

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City Life

Philly Expat Becomes One-Man Anti-Trump Army In Super-Conservative Florida Retirement Community

Let’s make a little wager, shall we? An old white guy who was born in South Philly and whose main hobby is golf retires to […]

Philadelphia Bok Building wedding
Philadelphia Wedding

Check Out the Massive Balloon Installation at This Modern But Spiritual Bok Building Wedding

Philadelphia’s own Bok Building remains one of our favorite wedding playgrounds, filled with eclectic but cool spaces, historic enclaves and other details that let a […]

NextHealth PHL

How Will COVID-19 Affect Philly in the Fall?

Over the past four months since the coronavirus, COVID-19 arrived in Philadelphia, we’ve been inundated with information about the nature of pandemics, how they spread, […]

City Life

Don’t Look Now, But Philly’s Homicide Count Just Broke a Record

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Philly’s Homicide Count Just Broke a (Bad) […]