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Kpod Finds a Middle Ground Between Comfort and Luxury in University City

He had me with the mandu. Six of them on a plate, seared, brown but not too brown, just a little crispy around the edges. […]

City Life

Brittany Lynn on Her Biggest Fear, Her Secret Power and Growing Up Gay in the Northeast

My legal name is … Ian Morrison, but everybody calls me Brittany, whether I am in drag or not, whether I’m on the street or […]

Foobooz

The Roxborough Tibetan Restaurant to Visit Again and Again

On a Friday night at White Yak, diners line up for tables. They wait on the street because it’s spring. Warm. Still daylight, even at […]

City Life

12 Cool Philly Public Art Works to Go Out and See Right Now

We love it when out-of-towners ask us to point them to the LOVE statue, the Magic Gardens … Rocky. But what about when visitors aren’t […]

City Life

Conrad Benner on Why Philly Is a Special Place for Public Art and 6 Artists You Need to Know

If you geek out about murals and wheat-paste posters and graffiti, you know Conrad Benner. The Fishtown native’s Streets Dept blog has been a resource […]

City Life

Hop Sing Laundromat’s Lê on His Ban List, Jack Nicholson, and the Key to His Success

Ten years ago this May, the mononymous man of mystery debuted Hop Sing Laundromat, the most talked-about cocktail spot in the city. Here, he pours […]

Life & Style

OK, Conductor: “Brahms v. Radiohead” Mashup Rocks the Orchestra

When Curtis grad Steve Hackman conceived of his innovative “Brahms v. Radiohead” show some nine years ago, he knew it wouldn’t be for everybody. The […]

Foobooz

Good Luck Pizza Co. Is So Much More Than Just Pizza

In the dining room at Good Luck, I looked around and wondered where all the people were. It was a Thursday night. Not early. And […]

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Ardmore’s Autana Is a Pandemic Success Story Told in Arepas and Patacones 

There is nothing about Autana that I don’t love. Let me say that right from the start. This entire review should be two sentences. Just […]

Life & Style

Waste-Free Philly: A Room-by-Room Home Sustainability Guide

Philadelphians are becoming obsessed (in a good way!) with shrinking their waste footprints. Since we’re living in a climate emergency, anything we can do to […]

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At Eclectic Hook & Master, Garces Dreams of Octopus — and Pizza

Jose Garces’s Hook & Master is a strange place. Right on the edge of gentrifying Kensington, it’s an octopus-themed Chicago-meets-Brooklyn pizza joint opened in the […]

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Elmi’s Lark Serves Glam Picnic Food and Dramatic Views in Bala Cynwyd

It starts with the elevator ride. There’s a drama in that — something inherent, hammered into all of us through decades of TV and movies, […]

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Everything You’ve Heard About Korshak Bagels Is True

Philip Korshak writes a lot of poems. On Mondays, he’ll often scribble one down in Sharpie marker on a brown paper bag and tape it […]

Life & Style

9 Easy, Breezy Island Trips to Take from Philadelphia

Let the last two years of frustration and complications drift away at these beachy island getaways. March marks two years since COVID crashed into our […]

Life & Style

Island Getaways: A Philadelphian’s Guide to Vacationing in the Bahamas

“Do you like this liquid sunshine?” It was raining when we landed in Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas. The flight was short and seamless, […]