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Indoor Dining Still Not Coming Back Yet, Says Farley

Tom Farley Pumps the Brakes on Indoor Dining No big surprise here: At a press conference on Thursday, city health commissioner Tom Farley suggested that […]

City Life

We Sat Through (Most of) the Art Commission’s Five-Hour Columbus Statue Zoom Call

Democratic norms may be crumbling all around us, but the erosion apparently hasn’t quite made it to the Philadelphia Public Art Commission. On Wednesday, the […]

City Life

City Council Eyes a New Homelessness Solution: Tiny Homes

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. City Council Takes a Tiny-House Tour As […]

Foobooz

The Delaware River Will Be Home to Three New Open Air Restaurants

FCM Hospitality is having a very busy summer. In addition to operating both locations of Parks on Tap, opening up Juno, and keeping their other […]

Life & Style

Yowie Is Expanding With a One-of-a-Kind Space for Creatives to Shop, Work and Stay

Yowie, the Queen Village boutique known for its colorful wares and excellent curation, is the kind of brand that wants to grow with its customers. […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

This Coronavirus Wedding Is Filled With Great Ideas to Steal

Alicia Wilson and Donte Murphy had their April 25th date in mind long before coronavirus was even a consideration. The couple, who met at TLA […]

City Life

Driving on the Turnpike Is Going to Get Much More Expensive (For Some)

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. The Turnpike Ups Its Toll Rates — […]

City Life

“Is Fox 29 Turning Into Fox News?” Inside Allegations of an “Extremely Conservative” Newsroom Culture

Following former Fox 29 legal analyst Ken Rothweiler’s allegation that he was fired by the station’s news director for being “too pro-Black Lives Matter,” nine […]

Foobooz

Palizzi Social Club Is Popping Up All Summer at a Secret Outdoor Location

Starting this Friday, July 24th, Palizzi Social Club will return in a new form. Palizzi at the Garden, Joey Baldino’s coronavirus-approved new version of the […]

City Life

Trump Threatens to Send Federal Agents to Philly, Krasner Threatens to Charge Them

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Krasner to Trump: Bring Federal Agents to […]

Foobooz

Saté Kampar Is Back With a Long-Term Pop-Up in Rittenhouse

When we broke the news in May that Saté Kampar was closing due to issues with their landlord, chef and owner Ange Branca was determined […]

Foobooz

V Street Closes Amid Workers’ Attempts to Organize

On Sunday, July 19th, an Instagram account appeared online, announcing that V Street, the fast-casual concept from Vedge owners Kate Jacoby and Rich Landau is […]

City Life

Congrats: Philadelphians Are Among America’s Top Mask-Wearers, Per Study

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. Philly Scores High on National Mask-Wearing Survey […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

This Micro-Wedding at The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm Had 20 Guests and Tons of Style

Planning your elopement or micro-wedding for this fall or spring? This flower-filled celebration at The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm will provide plenty of inspiration […]

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Property

Just Listed at the Other Jersey Shore: Storybook Victorian in Penns Grove

“When you wish upon a star Makes no difference who you are Anything your heart desires will come to you…” “Jane Homebuyer, you just won […]