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Wawa’s Corporate Chef on the New Food She Can’t Wait to Share With Customers

Before I started at Wawa, I was … a culinary-school teacher, and then corporate chef at Buffalo Wild Wings in Minneapolis. I’ve been at Wawa […]

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Foobooz

Philly’s Next Big Food Trend Is … Canned Fish

Philadelphia’s next big food trend isn’t fresh or local. What’s New You can think of canned fish as charcuterie 2.0, in that the once lowbrow […]

City Life

Josh Shapiro on Meeting the Pope, Gun Culture, and Custom Bocce Balls

I was born in … Kansas City, Missouri, but raised in Upper Dublin, and these days, I live in Abington. I got real far from […]

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Things to Do

The 20 Philadelphia Concerts You Need to Add to Your Summer Calendar

XPoNential Festival Japanese Breakfast, Hozier, Elvis Costello, Blondie, Bettye Lavette, Low Cut Connie and Amy Ray (aka one half of the Indigo Girls) are among […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Group and Outdoor Games Around Philadelphia

Shore days, city picnics — hell, even Saturday nights: Philadelphians (grown-up ones!) are obsessed with adding all sorts of games to their social agendas. Here, […]

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City Life

Nina Simone’s Complicated Relationship With Philadelphia

On May 19th, at various locations in Germantown, fans of Nina Simone will gather for Singing Nina, a day of concerts, panel discussions, and a […]

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Things to Do

The 23 Best Things to Do Around Philly in May

Concerts The Who A shameless money grab, true, but I’ll bite at the chance to see them play “Baba O’Riley” in our ballpark. May 25th […]

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City Life

Philly Rapper Chill Moody on Writing Songs in the Shower and the Secret to Winning Monopoly

My full name is … Eric Tyrone Chill Moody. When I was a baby, my aunt started calling me Chill, and it’s been my name […]

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The 5 Best Philly Podcasts to Listen to Right Now

Almost 15 years after Apple added podcasts, the industry has exploded, and Philly is right there, with local talent producing some high-quality options. We sorted […]

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Foobooz

Duck Wings, the Jawnion, Avocado Toast, and Other Things to Eat in Philly Right Now

1. Bakery pizza at Crème Brûlée Bistro This eatery is by no means a pizza place; it’s a tiny bakery and bistro owned by three […]

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Things to Do

The 22 Best Things to Do Around Philly in April

Classical Yuja Wang People love to talk about what the dazzlingly dressed Curtis-trained pianist wears as much as how incredibly she plays. April 8th at […]

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Foobooz

3 PA Wineries That Are Producing Some Seriously Good Bottles

Say hello to these three PA vintners using natural and old-school practices to produce quality — seriously! — stuff. Va La Chester County Anthony Vietri’s […]

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Foobooz

5 Good Natural Wines That You Can Buy at State Stores

Pick up any one of these choices (or hell, get them all) and you’ll be guaranteed a great pour. Shane Donnelly, the Fine Wine & […]

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5 Rules for Ordering Natural Wine Like a Pro

Want to order wine, but not sure where to start? Memorize these five tenets from Walnut Street Café somm Etinosa Emokpae. 1. Don’t be scared […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Natural Wine Around Philadelphia

Pink and orange, pretense-free, as funky as an IPA — a new genre of wines (and makers, experts and drinkers) has laid siege to the […]