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NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Navy Yard-Based Company Using Gene Analysis to Improve Medical Prescriptions

“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] […]

City Life

South Philly’s Singing Fountain Might Get a Pretty Dramatic Makeover

If you’ve ever strolled down Passyunk Avenue in South Philadelphia, you’ve probably stumbled across the Singing Fountain. You would remember this, because while there are […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

A Live Painter Captured This Sweet Ridley Creek State Park Proposal

We’re continually inspired by all the creative ways people pop the question here in Philly. Pretend work parties, strolls over scenic bridges, love-letter treasure hunts, […]

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Things to Do

6 Philly Hotels With Fascinating Backstories

The Notary* Center City Originally designed as the City Hall Annex, the building dates back to 1926. It was where Philadelphians went to get the […]

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Just Listed in the Poconos: Contemporary Chalet in Pocono Lake

From time to time, we here at Philly Mag have marveled at how reasonably priced Poconos houses are. Where a house at the Jersey Shore […]

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Just Listed: Rustic Contemporary Rancher in New Hope

Close to the Delaware, close to New Hope, and close to perfect: This beautifully renovated mid-1970s rancher is at once totally modern and totally old-school […]

City Life

How Plain Quaker Philly Got Its Wedding-Cake City Hall

  In a new book out at the end of this month, Philadelphia Builds: Essays on Architecture (Paul Dry Books), Wall Street Journal architecture critic […]

NextHealth PHL

Fox Chase Cancer Center Just Launched a New Institute for Cancer Epigenetics Research

As Philly’s gene therapy scene continues to evolve, Fox Chase Cancer Center has announced that they’ve launched a professional organization dedicated to epigenetics, or the […]


On the Market: Split-Level Condo in Francisville

In case you haven’t been paying attention these past five years or so, Francisville is on the rise. The neighborhood where William Penn kept his […]

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On the Market: Adaptable Trinity in Northern Liberties

Trinities come in two basic versions: traditional and expanded. The traditional version may have its kitchen in the basement, or it may have one tacked […]

City Life

Vaccinations Are Increasing, But Philly’s COVID-19 Cases Have Stopped Declining. What Gives?

As the pandemic has ebbed and flowed, we’ve checked in on occasion with the researchers from the CHOP Policy Lab, who have been tracking the […]

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Dine Out at the Supermarket? You Can at the Huge New Giant Riverwalk

“The world is a better place when families come together at their table and connect over a meal, no matter where that table may be.” […]

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NextHealth PHL

Jefferson Just Received a $2M Grant to Expand Its Bioprocessing Institute

Philly is a major market for cell and gene therapy. According to a life sciences report issued last March, the region is home to 36 cell […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Check Out Eagle Jake Elliott’s Desert-Inspired Wedding at the Horticulture Center

With spring kicking into high gear, celebrations (no matter their size) typically take a bright turn. And this Horticulture Center wedding featuring an Eagles pro […]

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On the Market in the Poconos: Cedar Contemporary in Hemlock Farms

Much like so many new modern townhouses in Philadelphia look alike, it becomes hard to tell Poconos houses apart from one another after a while. […]