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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 […]

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Property

Just Listed: Starter Condo Atop the Academy House

You know the old real estate saying: The three most important things about a piece of property are location, location and location. In which case, […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Coronavirus Wedding Diaries: We Changed Our Date Early, and It’s Working Out Better for Us, So Far

University City couple Dani Maiale, 26, and John Dombroski, 30, were planning for a 400-person wedding October 3rd at The Union League of Philadelphia when […]

Be Well Philly

Is All This Screen Time Damaging Your Skin?

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been glued to your screen even more than usual over the last few months. According to local dermatologists,  the […]

Philadelphia Wedding

9 Ways Philly Vendors are Helping Couples Pull Off Elopements or Micro-Weddings

The pandemic has forced us to rethink many aspects of our lives, including the way we celebrate life’s big moments — weddings, among them. As […]

Be Well Philly

This New Running Challenge Will Help You Explore Philly’s Hidden Gems

Because the coronavirus pandemic cancelled — or at least significantly delayed — a number of in-person races, you may be finding it tough to stay […]

City Life

Intubated and Unconscious: My Battle With COVID-19

It was mid-March, and I was fighting a nagging sinus infection — the second in a month — taking an antibiotic prescribed by my primary […]

Be Well Philly

This Philly-Area Run Coach Has Spent Quarantine Doing What She Does Best: Logging Miles

Welcome to Sweat Diaries, Be Well Philly’s look at the time, energy, and money people invest in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle in Philly. For […]

Be Well Philly

This Philly Therapist Has Raised More Than $81K to Provide Free Therapy to the Black Community

Amid a pandemic that’s disproportionately impacting the Black community, the continued killings of Black people at the hands of police officers, and global anti-racism protests, […]

Foobooz

Step Up Your Dinner Party Game with These Wines Under $20

If you’re trying to step up your wine game, there’s no need to stress—a wine doesn’t have to be imported from an obscure vineyard or […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

This Long-Distance Couple’s Engagement Shoot Is an Ode to Philly

For this long-distance duo, Philly is where their heart is. It’s where they fell in love, and the site of their reunions between his Navy […]

Be Well Philly

6 Fit Pros Share the Philly Studios They’ve Been Supporting While at Home

During the coronavirus lockdown, most fitness instructors in the Philly area pivoted to teaching online, keeping many of their class schedules fairly busy despite the […]