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Kalaya’s Chutatip “Nok” Suntaranon on Thai Food, Personal Style, and Her Favorite Restaurant in Philly

Behind the Line is Foobooz’s interview series with the people who make up Philly’s dynamic bar and restaurant scene. For the complete archives, go here. […]

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City Life

Jose Garces on Restaurant Critics and the Strangest Thing He’s Ever Eaten

My full name is … Jose Alonso Garces. There are accents on it, but I don’t use them. I was named after my grandfather, who […]

Be Well Philly

This Local Author Wants to Help You Ditch Your Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is something almost everyone struggles with at some point. It’s that feeling that you might be a total and complete fraud, that you […]


Where to Eat On Your Monday Off, According to Philly Chefs

Presidents’ Day is still a full week away, but we’re already planning where to eat on our day off, taking advantage of the extra time […]

NextHealth PHL

Inside a Philly Firm’s Quest to Develop a Coronavirus Vaccine

The recent outbreak of a new strain of a coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China has led to the declaration of a global health emergency by the […]

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City Life

Eagles Leader Malcolm Jenkins on Race, Justice, and His New Filmmaking Career

Malcolm Jenkins is sore. “Two days after the game, it’s like when all your meds and stuff wear off,” he says, gingerly settling into a […]

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City Life

Mummers Parade Host Steve Highsmith Talks Inclusivity and $10,000 Costumes

I was born in … Fort Gordon, a United States Army installation outside of Augusta, Georgia. I grew up in a military family. I got […]

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City Life

DJ Robert Drake on Living in Mummerville and the One Holiday Song He’ll Never Play

My full name is … Robert Alan Drake. I’d like to think my initials — RAD — represent me in the ’80s. I grew up […]

NextHealth PHL

Q&A: Everything You Need to Know About the Future of CRISPR-Cas9

CRISPR, the technology being used to edit genes in humans, remains polarizing. On one end, detractors argue that using the technology for certain purposes, like […]

NextHealth PHL

Why People of Color Are More Likely to Develop Alzheimer’s Disease

When longtime Philadelphia news anchor Renee Chenault-Fattah stepped down from her role at NBC affiliate WCAU in 2015, she wasn’t sure she’d ever return to TV. Family […]

NextHealth PHL

Beyonce’s Dad Has Breast Cancer. So Do Thousands of Other Men in America

This week, Mathew Knowles, father of Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, revealed he’s been diagnosed with breast cancer. Many people were surprised by the news. That’s […]

NextHealth PHL

This Lifelike Brain Could Help Doctors Prevent Traumatic Brain Injury

“Smart brain” sounds redundant because aren’t brains already inherently smart? But truth is, even the slightest head injury can cause major dysfunction in the human brain, sometimes […]

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Jose Garces Is Making a Comeback With Stella. Here’s What He Has to Say About It.

We opened Stella because … I’ve had a farm in Ottsville, about 25 minutes from New Hope, since 2010. I grew organic vegetables and really embraced […]


Meet the 13-Year-Old CEO Taking Over Philly’s Fashion Scene

What were you doing when you were 13? If you were like me, you were playing Xbox and trying to be the best NFL Madden […]

NextHealth PHL

Q&A: Merck Is Partnering With U.S. Cities to End Maternal Mortality

For decades, pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. has played a key role in addressing global health issues, including maternal mortality. In 2010, the company launched Merck for Mothers, […]