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NextHealth PHL

B.PHL Festival Addresses Challenges to Health-Care Delivery and Maintaining Public Health Amid COVID-19

In its second year, the B.PHL Innovation Festival once again attracted thousands of attendees across more than 140 events, including discussions, workshops and film screenings, and […]

Fired Philadelphia police officer Bryan Turner, who is suing the city for retaliation after he sided with Black Lives Matter protesters
City Life

Fired Philly Cop Says His Support for Black Lives Matter Led to Threats and Harassment

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. Fired Philadelphia Police Officer and Black Lives Matter Supporter Bryan Turner Sues City Bryan Turner is no […]

philly census
City Life

Philly Is Seriously Lagging in Its Census Response — Which Could Be a Very Costly Problem

Remember the census? You could be forgiven for not keeping it top of mind. But the once-in-a-decade national population survey casts a very long shadow […]

eagles fans tailgating in Philadelphia, something they won't be allowed to do this season
City Life

Dear Eagles Fans: Say Goodbye to Tailgating

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. Philly Just Ruined Your Eagles Tailgating Plans By now, you are probably over the fact that the […]

Foobooz

Could This Place Be Philly’s Next Pizza Obsession?

There’s a part of me that’s not exactly excited to share with you that there’s a new pizza place opening in Philly. This city’s obsessive […]

Riverdale Manor Wedding
Philadelphia Wedding

This Pretty Lancaster Wedding Had a Socially Distant Ceremony and Served Dinner To-Go

Stay true to who you are, what you want and what you believe in — no matter what. It’s something all couples should keep in […]

south philly roofer nick fugarino screams at a Black man on Monday
City Life

South Philly Roofer Faces Outrage After Telling Black Man to Go Back Where He Came From

Thanks to a partial foot amputation, Stephanie Sena tries to park as close as possible to her home in South Philadelphia. After dropping her daughter […]

germantown victorian house for sale exterior front
Property

Just Listed: Victorian Manor in Germantown

Most of Germantown’s showstopper houses are located in the Tulpehocken Station Historic District in the neighborhood’s northwest corner. But, as readers of this department should […]

legalize adult-use marijuana
NextHealth PHL

If Pennsylvania Is Going to Legalize Adult-Use Marijuana, This Is How It Should Be Done

Experts have been predicting marijuana legalization in Pennsylvania since at least as early as 2013, more than a year after the first few states in […]

Property

Dranoff Presents Socially Distanced Concerts from His Unfinished Condo Tower’s Seventh Floor

“Fall is typically an exhilarating time of the year here on the Avenue of the Arts,” says Carl Dranoff, CEO of Dranoff Properties. “New seasons […]

airplanes and the control tower at Philadelphia International Airport, where international flights have just resumed
City Life

You Can Now Take International Flights Out of Philadelphia Again

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. International Flights Resume Out of Philadelphia (Hooray?) Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about: Would you […]

University of the Arts wedding
Philadelphia Wedding

This South Philly Couple’s Wedding Was Filled With Colorful LED Lights and Video Screens

Every couple has a different vision for their wedding, and there are certain elements that matter most to them. Maybe it’s the ways they pay […]

chestnut hill home renovation
Life & Style

Instead of Moving, This Family Turned Their Chestnut Hill House into a Stylish Dream Home

The story of this 2019 Chestnut Hill reno is sort of like an episode of HGTV’s Love It or List It. This was the owners’ […]

we rate dogs face mask
City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: The “Tell Your Dog I Said Hi” Mask

If the closure of gyms, not to mention civilization, because of COVID-19 has thrown you out on the sidewalks of your town for exercise, you […]

philadelphia magazine october 2020
City Life

Sneak Peek: Inside Philadelphia Magazine’s October Issue

The October 2020 issue of Philadelphia magazine is on its way to mailboxes right now, and it’s bursting with content that gets at the heart […]