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Be Well Philly

The Surprising Truth — and Fascinating Science — Behind Smiles

My daughter Marcy was in high school when her course of orthodontia went seriously awry, resulting in the loss of two of her front teeth. […]

City Life

The Inside Story of the Flyers’ Fan Code of Conduct

In the spring of 2021, the Wells Fargo Center was gearing up to let fans back into the arena for the first time since the […]

Property

The Most Walkable Philadelphia Suburbs and Neighborhoods

Walkable towns and neighborhoods are hot in the real estate world, with developers racing to add foot-friendly amenities to car-centric suburbs. Lucky for us, the […]

City Life

Now It Can Be Told: Karen Hepp Opens Up About Her Battle With Facebook

As best as Karen Hepp can remember, Steve Keeley was the first to see it. You know Steve Keeley: He’s the perpetually tanned, square-jawed Fox […]

Foobooz

50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia

Our highly anticipated, hotly debated list of the 50 restaurants in Philly (and beyond) defining what it means to dine out in the region right […]

Foobooz

50 Best Restaurants: Best of the ’Burbs

Two years ago this month, we launched our annual 50 Best Restaurants list. Two months later, COVID came along and shut down our city, our […]

Foobooz

50 Best Restaurants: The Innovators

Two years ago this month, we launched our annual 50 Best Restaurants list. Two months later, COVID came along and shut down our city, our […]

Foobooz

50 Best Restaurants: The Best of the New

Two years ago this month, we launched our annual 50 Best Restaurants list. Two months later, COVID came along and shut down our city, our […]

Foobooz

50 Best Restaurants: Pandemic Glow-Ups

Two years ago this month, we launched our annual 50 Best Restaurants list. Two months later, COVID came along and shut down our city, our […]

Foobooz

50 Best Restaurants: The Hall of Fame

Two years ago this month, we launched our annual 50 Best Restaurants list. Two months later, COVID came along and shut down our city, our […]

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City Life

My Dog Is My Life, and One Day, He’ll Be Gone

One day, my dog Joey will be gone. Not today, not tomorrow, but the day is coming — and coming sooner than I’d like. I […]

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City Life

For Years, People Said There Were No Lenape Left in Pennsylvania. This Group Begs to Differ.

It’s a muggy mid-September Sunday, and kayakers and vacationing families are taking in the calm waters of Mauch Chunk Lake, a small reservoir in the […]

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City Life

Becoming Bok: From Decommissioned School to South Philly’s Center of Creative Cool

From the outside, the Bok Building looks like an old trade school. From the inside — well, it still looks like an old trade school, […]

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City Life

The Biden Administration Keeps Tapping Penn People for Major Roles

After Donald Trump was elected in 2016, former Vice President Joe Biden became Penn professor Joe Biden, returning to the campus that awarded him an […]

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City Life

How Co-Writing a Book About an Interracial Friendship Helped Strengthen Our Own

In the new novel I co-wrote with Christine Pride, We Are Not Like Them, two lifelong friends — one white, one Black — see their […]