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City Life

I Never Thought I’d Move Back in With My Parents. But Here We Are

It occurred to me one night at midnight that I never really knew exactly how many clocks my parents have. I know it was midnight […]

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City Life

For 25 Years, Jimmy Dennis Was on Death Row. Then One Day, He Wasn’t.

Jimmy Dennis lives in a bubble. In the age of COVID, that’s not so uncommon. But even amidst this winter’s tightened restrictions, Dennis’s bubble is […]

vintage furniture
Life & Style

32 Philly-Area Stores Where You Can Score Antique and Vintage Furnishings

Our favorite resale resources for scoring interior design finds — and making your personal space feel truly personal. By Sarah Zlotnick with Caroline Cunningham · Now […]

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Life & Style

Pro Tips for Shopping Facebook Marketplace for Furniture and Home Decor

Facebook Marketplace is a gold mine of finds, provided you know how to navigate it. Luckily, avid user Aly McBride of the Main Line Find […]

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City Life

Barstool Sports Is Betting Big on Philly. But Are We the City They Think We Are?

It’s a rainy Friday afternoon in Havertown, and a guy from Boston is about to try a slice of pizza. Dave Portnoy, founder, president and […]

philadelphia foods
Foobooz

10 Delicious Dishes Worth Going Out of Your Way to Eat in Philly

Listen, they may be hard to find, and you might have to DM some folks on Instagram. You’ll have to go out of your way, […]

new restaurants
Foobooz

The Most Exciting New Restaurants in Philly Right Now

Whether you want to be wowed with extravagance or are looking for a perfect plate of comfort food, here are the places giving us hope […]

philly food trends
Foobooz

5 COVID-Era Philly Food Innovations We Hope Stick Around Forever

It’s true that the biggest restaurant trend of 2020 was Existential Dread. But even the most horrible predicaments — like what COVID did to the […]

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Things to Do

Pro Tips for Making Your (Socially Distant) Outdoor Hangs This Winter Cozy and Fun

THE EXPERTS Alisa Tongg of the Bacon & Lox Society, a Poconos collective specializing in outdoor gatherings Matt Wetzel of Thomas Matthew Designs, a Main […]

philadelphia zoo fire
City Life

The Day the Great Apes Died: The Legacy of the 1995 Philadelphia Zoo Fire

It was Christmas Eve — December 24, 1995 — and it had snowed in Philadelphia, big soft flakes floating through wintry skies and drifting to the […]

snow days
City Life

2020 Even Ruined Snow Days. Great.

It’s the winter of 1964. I’m eight years old, in the second grade, living with my parents and three siblings in Glenside, a sleepy Montco […]

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NextHealth PHL

How Philly’s Bioscience Sector Is Driving the City’s Next Big Real Estate Boom

Philadelphia’s life sciences sector is right about where Michael Jordan was in 1989. If you’re into sports history, you know 1989 was a break-out year […]

zoom-friendly home office
Property

How Journalist Errin Haines Turned Her Bedroom Wall Into a Makeshift TV Studio

This office was featured in our “The Art of the Home Office” article. See more home office design inspiration here. Errin Haines first tapped Chanae […]

home office inspiration
Property

How 6 Philadelphians Transformed Their WFH Spaces Into Actual Home Offices

Back when working from home was an occasional treat, it was fine to post up with your laptop on the living room sofa. Now, with […]

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Property

An Interior Designer Turned Her Basement Into the Perfect Work-From-Home Space

This office was featured in our “The Art of the Home Office” article. See more home office design inspiration here. It took a few years […]