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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 […]


Love, Philly: The Love Reviewed

On my first night at the Love, I’m sitting there at the bar, and it’s crowded. Loud. Warm from the closeness of the people packing […]

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A Doll’s House in a #MeToo World

Matt Lauer. Harvey Weinstein. Charlie Rose. I could go on. High-profile men are feeling the wrath of the women they’ve wielded their power over, making […]

Life & Style

Express Yourself: The A-to-Z Guide to Finding Your Next Hobby in Philly

Arrange succulents. Beaucycled’s workshops at venues like Frankford Hall, Morgan’s Pier and BOK Bar bring together groups of 100 for drinks and twee gardening; everyone […]

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30 Things to Do in Philly on Christmas Day (for Non-Christmas People)

Eat at a Hotel They pretty much never close. 1. XIX Nineteen: Historic building plus banquette seating plus fireplace equals one luxurious place to brunch. […]


Mix and Match: Hearthside Reviewed

You know what restaurants around here really need? An industry fantasy league where you could mix and match crews to create a dream kitchen. You […]

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

1. LCD Soundsystem Three (sold-out) nights with the New York City-based rock band known for its high-energy performances. You can pick up general admission tickets […]


It’s a Mad, Mad World at Mad Rex

This past fall, a team of entrepreneurs with an appetite for — shall we call it “razzle-dazzle”? — opened Mad Rex, a multimillion-dollar “Restaurant Entertainment […]


Daily Bread: Georgian Bread and Cuisine Reviewed

Writing about food can get dull sometimes. This town? You’ll run out of ways to describe the crudo real quick. The toast with artisanal spreads. […]

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The Hit List: Victor Fiorillo Picks April’s 10 Best Shows in Philly

1. The Marriage of Figaro If your exposure to Mozart’s greatest opera and, to be sure, one of the greatest operas ever written is limited […]