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Property

Just Listed: Modern Trinity in Rittenhouse Square

This listing for a Rittenhouse Square modern trinity house for sale is so fresh, it only went active this morning. And the modern trinity inside […]

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City Life

’Tis the Season to Destroy Lanternfly Eggs

This year, spotted lanternflies were everywhere. We saw them resting on our trees, cars and sidewalks. We were dive-bombed on our way to the park. […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

We Re-Created a Music Festival for Our Kimmel Center Wedding

If there’s one thing that competes with our love of food here in Philly, it’s our obsession with good music. So it’s no surprise that […]

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City Life

5 Things to Know About Adopting a Dog in Philly

With rescue applications through the roof, here’s how to ensure yours is the winning ticket. 1. Be honest on all fronts. “There’s no ideal candidate, […]

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Property

Just Listed: Spacious Modern Townhouse in Northern Liberties

On the outside, this Northern Liberties courtyard townhouse condo for sale may not look all that much different from a host of modernist townhouses that […]

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NextHealth PHL

Here’s How the City Is Preparing to Distribute a COVID-19 Vaccine Once One Is Ready

After months of clinical trials, several vaccines for COVID-19 could be ready for distribution as early as December. Moderna, the Pfizer and BioNTech team, and […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

What’s Inside the Latest Issue of Philadelphia Wedding

The Winter/Spring 2021 issue of Philadelphia Wedding magazine is now on stands, and it’s chock-full of tips, tricks and inspiration for Philly’s newly engaged folks, […]

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Property

Just Listed: Renovated Trinity in Washington Square West

Among the various neighborhoods of Center City, Washington Square West is considered by many to be its most eclectic. Home to everything from subsidized public […]

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Property

On the Market: Colonial House in Berwyn Resort Community

Looking for a woodsy lakeside retreat but don’t want to have to drive two hours to get to it? You’re in luck. Buy this Berwyn […]

City Life

A Pennsylvania Judge Absolutely Eviscerated Trump’s Last-Ditch Election Lawsuit

The Trump clown car of hapless lawyers has officially concluded its tour of the Pennsylvania court system. Over the weekend, U.S. District Court judge Matthew […]

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Be Well Philly

Philadelphia Fitness Coalition Forms to Protest Shutdown Without Aid

Last week, the City of Philadelphia launched new “Safer At Home” restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus amid rising cases that have led […]

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Foobooz

Finally, Something Spotted Lanternflies Are Good for: Honey

This hasn’t been a good year. We don’t have to tell you that. This is the year that took away Kobe, ushered in a virus, […]

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City Life

The Mummers Are Secretly Planning a Parade, Even Though Philly Has Canceled It

If you think back to the beginning of COVID in Philadelphia, you may remember that it started with a battle between city officials and the […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

This Cool Blue and Copper Synagogue Wedding Began With a Pre-Ceremony Snack at Zahav

Philly, we love food, amirite? It’s why countless couples hold their weddings, engagement shoots, and other festivities at restaurants and bars throughout the city — […]

City Life

St. Mary Nurses on Strike: We Need More Staff, or COVID Patients Could Die Alone

“I’ve wrapped more bodies, done more postmortem care on patients in two months than I did in 42 years,” says Jim Gentile, a 64-year-old nurse […]