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Philly to Allow Gyms to Reopen on Monday

City officials announced today that gyms are allowed to reopen in Philadelphia — with certain rules. All staff and patrons of local gyms must wear […]

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Best of Philly: Here’s to the People Who Kept Us Fed Amid COVID-19

Published as part of our annual Best of Philly tribute. See all the winners here. A handful of weeks into the quarantine, when the dark […]

City Life

Best of Philly: Here’s to the Scientists and Frontline Heroes Fighting for Our Lives

Published as part of our annual Best of Philly tribute. See all the winners here. For those who love the people who’ve come to be […]

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City Life

Best of Philly: Here’s to Philly’s Small Business Owners Striving to Stay Afloat

Admittedly, it’s a little silly to get so emotional over an email. But that’s how it goes during a pandemic — an indeterminate one that’s […]

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City Life

Best of Philly: Here’s to the People Who Protested

Published as part of our annual Best of Philly tribute. See all the winners here. It was 1:40 a.m. on June 3rd, 2020, but it […]

City Life

Rachel Levine Is Saving Pennsylvania — and Becoming an Accidental Icon in the Process

Published as part of our annual Best of Philly tribute. See all the winners here. It’s a big day to talk to Rachel Levine. It’s […]

City Life

Philly Colleges Plan to Return In-Person. Some Professors Aren’t So Sure.

As the fall draws nearer, we’re finally starting to learn how education amid pandemic might play out at universities. Back in the spring, when the […]

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Governor Wolf’s New Guidelines Require Bars and Restaurants to Serve a “Sit-Down Meal” With Alcohol

On Wednesday, Governor Wolf issued a new set of COVID-19 restrictions, that will go into effect statewide today, July 16th. Most relevant to Philadelphia restaurants […]

Richmond Hall wedding
Philadelphia Wedding

Check Out the Balloon and Fringe Installation in This Colorful, Tropical Desert-Themed Wedding

Why not bring a bit of whimsy, color and creativity to your wedding? Take a cue from this couple. They, along with event designer and […]

NextHealth PHL

Black Scientists Still Face an Uphill Battle in Securing NIH Research Grants

Research is at the foundation of all sound medical knowledge. It enables scientists to develop and test the efficacy of medicines and treatments, and it […]

Be Well Philly

The Owner of Self Embodiment Fitness Finds Balance with Meal Prepping and Consistent Routines

Welcome to Sweat Diaries, Be Well Philly’s look at the time, energy, and money people invest in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle in Philly. For […]

Pocono Palms
Philadelphia Wedding

Look Inside a 1912 Church Transformed into the Gorgeous New Pocono Palms Wedding Venue

No, not every wedding venue in the rural parts of Pennsylvania is a barn or farm. In fact, some are downright modern. Enter Pocono Palms, […]

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City Life

Chaka Fattah Sr. Has Mysteriously Been Released from Federal Prison Way Early

It was just one year ago when a federal judge resentenced disgraced former United States congressman Chaka Fattah Sr. to 10 years in prison. But […]

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City Life

Here Are All of the Big Philadelphia Events Canceled Due to the New Coronavirus Moratorium

A roundup of Philly news. This article may be updated at any time as new information becomes available. City Cancels All Big Philadelphia Events Through […]


Nifty Fifty’s Walk-Up Window in South Philly Is Now Open

Nifty Fifty’s new South Philly location is officially open, slinging shakes, burgers and other diner classics from a takeout window at 2700 10th Street. After […]