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Twenty Years Later: Vetri Cucina Reviewed

If you’ve done a fair amount of drugs in your life — if sometimes you drink a little too much or engage in any of […]


Drexel Is Making Culinary School Mean Something Again

The initial Philly Chef Conference, back in 2014, was a pretty big deal. It was the first of its kind: a two-day event put together […]


Ugly On the Inside: Danlu Reviewed

You know what I hate about this place? That it has a roof. I hate that it has four walls and a floor that doesn’t […]

Things to Do

The 10 Best Shows in Philly in March

1. “Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music” The very first large-scale exhibition celebrating the life and work of the famed composer, it includes some 100 […]

City Life

What’s In Store for the Free Library of Philadelphia?

1. Big changes at the Parkway Central Library. Six levels of stacks were recently taken down to make way for communal spaces, and the public […]

City Life

Check It Out: The Philadelphian’s Guide to Local Libraries

Old Books Are Awesome A rare-book walking tour for aspiring literati. Read more » Five Philly-Area Libraries You’ll Have to Drag the Kids Out Of […]

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Five Philly-Area Libraries You’ll Have to Drag the Kids Out Of

Langhorne Library Head straight for Penn’s Little Village, a preschooler-size town where kids can fight (make-believe) fires, shop a grocery store, fix a car and […]

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Old Books are Awesome: Here’s Where You Can Find Them in Philly

1. The plush wood-paneled rooms are reason enough to visit the Rare Books department at the Parkway Central Library (1901 Vine Street, Fairmount), but you’ll […]

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24 Things Other Than Books to Check Out From the Library

24 things to take out and check out — no reading required: To Lend: 1. Museum passes. Many area libraries have free passes to places […]

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Can a Movie Theater Save South Street?

Ah, South Street. What was once a fringy, magical place is now an unattractive commercial strip of smoke shops and bro bars that I wouldn’t […]


Trading Places: Oloroso Reviewed

Oloroso isn’t a tapas place. You might think it is, and it might look like it is, but it isn’t. You may remember Townsend Wentz […]

Be Well Philly

Get Your Games Face On: The Philadelphian’s Guide to the 2018 Winter Olympics

Four Sledding Tips From an Olympic Luger Berwick, Pennsylvania’s Jayson Terdiman on how to make the most of your next snow day. Read more » The […]

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The Hit List: The 10 Best Shows in Philly in February

1. “A New Generation on the Podium” The Philadelphia Orchestra showcases rising-star conductor Mirga Gražinyte-Tyla, who was just 29 when she became musical director of […]


When Did Tipping Your Barista Get So Damn Complicated?

A cup of drip coffee in the city goes for about $2 now — which already feels like a lot of money for what is […]


Intent and Execution: Royal Boucherie Reviewed

Nick Elmi’s Royal Boucherie, his Old City restaurant opened in partnership with bar impresarios Stephen Simons and David Frank, is an undeniably fun place to […]