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Neighborhood Tour: Your Guide to Spending a Great Day in Germantown and Mount Airy

Tree-lined Germantown Avenue — Northwest Philly’s “Great Road” — might be the most historic single street in the city, and it makes for a pleasant […]

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Been There, Done That? 5 Lesser-Known Philadelphia Tourist Attractions

  If you love … The Academy of Natural Sciences Check out … The Wagner Free Institute of Science   View this post on Instagram […]

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11 Philadelphia Souvenirs Even Philadelphians Will Want

We’ve gotten the LOVE tote bags. We’ve gotten the LOVE magnets. We’ve even gotten the LOVE paperweights. (And who even uses paperweights?) While we LOVE […]

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Hyperlocal Neighborhood Guides to 5 Great Philadelphia Neighborhoods

If you’ve got a day to spend exploring a neighborhood, these itineraries will get you started. When was the last time you went exploring in […]

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Neighborhood Tour: Your Guide to Spending a Great Day in Graduate Hospital

Graduate Hospital, named in the 1970s for — you guessed it — a hospital in the ’hood, is more charming than it sounds, though it’s […]

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The Philadelphian’s Case for Being a Tourist in Your Own Hometown

I barely knew Philadelphia when I moved here in 2007, but within weeks of settling in, I was inviting everyone I knew from my past […]

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Don’t Sleep on These 7 Reading Terminal Market Dishes

So you’ve eaten your way through all the classics at Reading Terminal Market. Now, a guide to what to order next time. Beiler’s The go-to: […]

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Main Line Mystery: Dallyn Pavey’s 40-Year Search for Her Vanished Dad

Dallyn Pavey’s basement in Wayne is more interesting than most.  First, there are the gold and platinum records hanging on the walls. Some were earned […]

City Life

The Philadelphia Folk Festival Is Hanging On By a String

Pinch me. There was Judy Collins, love of my seriously folked-up teenage life, sitting alone under a willow tree on the Wilson Farm at the […]

City Life

Post-COVID, Does Center City Have a Future?

If you ever find yourself awake at three o’clock in the morning and would like some company as you fret about whatever it is you’re […]

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7 Perfect Summer Vacations to Take from Philadelphia

Summer travel is back. No matter what kind of travel you’ve been missing, here’s the no-FOMO, YOLO guide to your perfect — and long-overdue — […]

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Summer Travel: A Philadelphian’s Guide to Vacationing in Montreal

Just 90 minutes by direct flight from PHL, Montreal, a UNESCO City of Design and the largest city in Canada’s Quebec Province, conjures European charm […]

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Summer Travel: A Philadelphian’s Guide to Vacationing in the Sullivan Catskills

Reconnect with extended family in a place that isn’t your own backyard. Three hours north of the city, Kenoza Hall (rates from $499) is a […]

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Summer Travel: A Philadelphian’s Guide to Vacationing in Portland, Maine

If your first thought when you hear “Portland” is the West Coast version, you’re missing out on one much closer to home. The coastal city […]

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7 Great Amusement Parks You Can Drive to From Philly

Whether your idea of summer fun involves high-speed, upside-down thrills or floating in a tube down a lazy river, your next adventure is just a […]