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ed rendell
City Life

Ed Rendell Still Has a Few Things to Say

I begin to get, more than anything, worried. I’ve been waiting outside Ed Rendell’s small stone Tudor in East Falls for him to answer the […]

70s fashion inspiration
Life & Style

All the ’70s Fashion Inspiration You Need for Spring

First, it made a comeback in our restaurants (see: Bud & Marilyn’s, Irwin’s, Louie Louie). Now it’s making a comeback in our closets. The laid-back […]

millennial mayors
City Life

Meet the Millennial Mayors Working to Save Philly’s Sleepy Suburbs

The last place you’d ever expect to find Peter Urscheler is in Phoenixville — not that Phoenixville isn’t cool. And not that Urscheler isn’t cool, […]

Philadelphia skin care brands
Be Well Philly

The Philly Skin Care Brands Everyone Should Know About

Trinity Hills Co. These well-priced, naturally derived oils, face washes, shampoos and soaps are made specifically for men. (Beard bros, don’t miss their many facial-hair […]

philly skin care
Be Well Philly

Philly Has Entered the Golden Age of Skin Care

In 2004, as a broke graduate student living in Chicago, I scraped together enough money for an end-of-term treat: a facial at a fancy spa. […]

skin care stories
Be Well Philly

8 Philly Women on How Their Skin Gets Its Glow

Ever see a woman and wonder why her skin looks so gorgeous and glowy? We asked eight Philly women to share their skin care stories. […]

philadelphia facials
Be Well Philly

Philadelphia Facials: The Ultimate Guide

Sure, they’re relaxing, but with high-octane products, effective tools and expert techniques, these 22 hardworking treatments produce long-lasting results. The KK Beauty Treatment Epidedmy Skin […]

beauty stores
Be Well Philly

Philadelphia Beauty Stores for All Your Skin Care Needs

With well-curated lines and advice-giving experts, these eight local spots go well beyond your average beauty boutique. Ola Beauty Not only are the products at […]

jade roller
Be Well Philly

Ask an Esthetician: Is This Jade Roller Doing Anything?

Ever wonder what your facialist really thinks about trendy at-home treatments and social media? We went ahead and asked some Philly estheticians three of our […]

City Life

The Opioid Crisis Is Worsening Homelessness in Philly. Solving the Problem Is a Matter of Survival

It’s another perfectly shitty day to be homeless in Philadelphia. Cold, wet and pitiless. T.S. Eliot famously said that April is the cruelest month, but […]

liz goldman
City Life

A Twist of Fate Led a Main Line Doc and Her Patient on a Fight for Sexual Assault Victims’ Rights

Hi, this is Dr. Liz Goldman. Please feel free to leave me a message, and I will return your call within 24 hours. I apologize, […]

millennials having kids
City Life

Why I, Like So Many in My Generation, Can’t Make Up My Mind About Having Kids

It seems like it used to be easier. Or at least that there wasn’t much deliberation involved. First comes love, Then comes marriage, Then comes […]

entercom
City Life

Philly Media Giant Entercom Is Doubling Down on the Future of Radio

Like any smart CEO, David Field knows that you lead with the good news and try to hum a happy tune over the bad, especially […]

City Life

Is Brett Brown the Right Coach to Lead Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid to a Championship?

Early in this season of marvelous possibility, two roars at the 76ers’ sold-out arena in South Philadelphia sounded something of a warning. The first, during […]

philadelphia census records
City Life

What Two Centuries of Census Records Taught Us About Philadelphia

More than two centuries after Congress (meeting right here in Philly) first decreed it, the census takers will be out again this year. The results […]