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As more people get vaccinated and a post-pandemic world comes more into focus, a lot of us are re-evaluating our relationships to our jobs. What […]

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Move Over Kentucky Derby—Philly Is Hosting Some of the Biggest Racing Events of the Year This May

One thing we’ve gained from a year of social distancing is that there are more options for attending events we love than ever before, from […]

Things to Do

Craft Beverage Trails, Boutique Shops and Farm-to-Table Food: Why Gettysburg Is Philly’s New Favorite Getaway

Image by Destination Gettysburg Gettysburg, PA, sits nestled in idyllic Adams County, offering beautiful landscapes, outdoor activities, luscious dining and a unique firsthand look at […]

City Life

Pardons Board Votes in Favor of Former Eye Doc Who Went to Jail for Growing Pot

Today, the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons recommended that Paul Ezell’s application for a pardon be approved and sent to Governor Tom Wolf. If Governor Wolf […]

Property

Four Incredible Greater Philly Homes Hit The Market

Luxury living continues to evolve throughout the city of Philadelphia and its surrounding areas. From big city excitement to small town charm, the Greater Philadelphia […]

City Life

Philly’s Not-For-Profits Are Struggling During the Pandemic. This Local Thought Leader Has a Solution.

Jamie Lontz is an audit director in Citrin Cooperman’s Philadelphia office with over 14 years of experience. Her areas of expertise are in the not-for-profit […]

City Life

3 Ways to Know If a School Is Right for You

Marianne Kaplan is the director of external affairs at Montgomery School, a PreK-8 independent private school in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. In her role, she oversees […]

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City Life

On a Tense Election Night, Here’s What Philadelphians Ordered to Stress Eat

We may not know yet who will be America’s next president, but we do know what Philadelphians snacked on throughout a long, nail-biter of an […]

City Life

The 76 Most Influential People in Philadelphia

Property

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 […]