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A Glimpse of Greater Philadelphia’s Most Sought-After Properties

Philadelphia and its surrounding areas exude historic charm and modern energy. From vibrant city neighborhoods to tranquil suburban towns, Greater Philadelphia offers a place to […]

City Life

A Director of Admissions Reveals How to Nail the School Interview and More

Choosing a high school is one of the most important and impactful decisions your family can make. We talked with Meg Perry, Director of Admission […]

Be Well Philly

Here’s How to Get Exercise During the Yellow Phase in the Philly Area

The perfect post-quarantine activity? It just might be tennis. There’s a sport out there that has social distancing built in. As many sports have paused […]

Philadelphia Wedding

Diamond Shopping from a Distance: A Contactless Guide to Finding the Best Rock for Your Dollar

Brandon Cook is the director of marketing for direct-to-consumer jewelry retailer, Clean Origin. For the past two years, he’s worked tirelessly to establish a foothold […]

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City Life

Live Aid in Philly: An Oral History

It was July 13, 1985. Two months earlier, Philadelphia had made international news when it dropped a bomb on its own citizens. But on this […]

Be Well Philly

Will We All Have PTSD from Dealing with COVID-19?

Anxiety is skyrocketing during the COVID-19 pandemic, with 30 percent of Americans saying the crisis is having a “serious impact” on their mental health, and […]

Be Well Philly

The Road to Self-Discovery and Sobriety for Studio 34 Co-owner Adrienne Dolberry

Welcome to How I Got Here, Be Well Philly’s look inside the entrepreneurial journey of fitness and wellness business owners in the Philadelphia area. In […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

We Moved Our Wedding Up Because of Coronavirus. Here’s Why It Worked

  For the countless couples who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, it is all about their approach. Some made the difficult decision to […]

City Life

80 Notable Philly Institutions and Businesses That Received PPP Loans

When the Trump administration first began issuing forgivable loans through the Paycheck Protection Program to help small businesses survive amid the coronavirus pandemic, Treasury Department […]

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Property

Local Interior Designer Opens Fabric Row Boutique

Sure, you can read the design magazines, browse through catalogs, watch the HGTV shows, visit the home-decor and interior-designer websites and peruse home and design […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Black Philadelphia-Area Wedding Photographers and Videographers to Capture Your Big Day

There are numerous ways to show support for the Black community here in Philadelphia, and one of them is by intentionally investing in the vendors […]

Be Well Philly

How Philly Fitness Studios Plan to Stay Afloat While Their Doors Are Closed for Another Month

When Governor Wolf announced that 12 Southeastern Pennsylvania counties — including Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Bucks — would be moving to the green phase on June […]

City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Gritty’s Big Queer Eye Makeover

Oh, that we all had friends as devoted and loyal as the Phillie Phanatic, who recently, concerned about his good pal Gritty and hearing that […]

City Life

Wendell Potter on Why America’s Healthcare System Is to Blame for Our Poor Coronavirus Response

Wendell Potter used to lie for a living. He admits this fact readily: Twenty years as an insurance executive at Cigna, during which time his […]

Be Well Philly

A Philly Therapist Wrote a Children’s Book about COVID-19

For many people, the coronavirus pandemic has dredged up feelings of fear, sadness, and anger. As the crisis continues, parents and guardians might be wondering […]