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This Built-From-Scratch Home Office Was Designed for the WFH Era

This office was featured in our “The Art of the Home Office” article. See more home office design inspiration here. When you have the luxury […]

Property

This Smartly Designed Home Office Doubles as a Mudroom

This office was featured in our “The Art of the Home Office” article. See more home office design inspiration here. With an odd hexagonal shape […]

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Property

An Interior Designer Turned This Spare Room into a Bright Home Office

This office was featured in our “The Art of the Home Office” article. See more home office design inspiration here. Sometimes, a simple reevaluation of […]

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City Life

Yes, You Can Get the City to Cover Your Car’s Pothole Damage

One of the most persistent quality-of-life problems city residents had to deal with during the first big wave of the pandemic was trash pickup, with […]

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Property

Just Listed in the Poconos: Mountaintop Contemporary in Tannersville

Meteorological winter begins tomorrow (Saturday, Dec. 5th). But the season has already announced its arrival with the recent plunge in temperatures hereabouts. And that means […]

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City Life

Comcast Exec Accused of Cyberstalking a Woman Who Worked for Him

Comcast executive Michael DelCiello is under fire due to a sexual harassment lawsuit just filed in Philadelphia against him and the company. The suit was […]

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Property

On the Market: Modern Condo with Chef’s Kitchen in Wash West

There are many houses and condos for sale that advertise that they have chef’s kitchens. The kitchen in this Wash West modern condo for sale […]

City Life

Tornadoes, Thunderstorms, 70-Degree Days: Is This the New Fall in Philly?

On Friday, April 26, 1872, there was weather in Philadelphia. Extreme, oppressive, 89-degrees-in-the-middle-of-spring weather. It drove the Philadelphia Inquirer to deliver a rather impassioned sermon […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Check Out the Floating Greenery-Filled Chuppah at This Modern Location 215 Wedding

Why not take a tradition and turn it into something unique to you? That’s what this couple did for their modern winter wedding at Location […]

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City Life

Tigre Hill’s New Documentary Delves Into Sean Schellenger Killing

There were 351 homicides in Philadelphia in 2018. But none of them was talked about nearly as much as the stabbing death of Philadelphia real […]

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Down North Brings Detroit-Style Pizza With a Mission to Strawberry Mansion

The restaurant industry has always been a place of refuge for people who’ve been deemed “unemployable” by the powers that be. Those without a formal […]

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City Life

Poor Gritty Only Got One Vote for President in Philly

Now that all of Donald Trump’s fraud claims regarding the Philadelphia election results have been debunked and Pennsylvania’s results have been certified, we can start […]

Be Well Philly

This Local Author Thinks Understanding “Physical Intelligence” Can Help You Regulate Your Emotions

Can you remember the euphoria you felt when the Eagles won the Super Bowl, or even when the Phillies won the World Series? Or, conversely, […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Haitian Designer Madelange Laroche Opens Bridal Salon in Elkins Park

For Haitian-born designer Madelange Laroche, debuting her bridal salon in Elkins Park was a dream finally recognized. Doing so despite the pandemic — and holding […]

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Property

A First Look at Inwood at Renaissance Square

Does anyone out there remember the garden apartment complex? Actually, the garden apartment community, a 1930s innovation in American urban development derived from a 19th-century […]