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Life & Style

Family Adventure Aboard Disney Cruise Line’s Newest Vessel

There’s been a Dream, a Wonder, a Fantasy, and now, finally, a Wish. In June, Disney Cruise Line unveiled its first new vessel in a […]

Life & Style

This Chic, Educational Cruise of the Greek Islands Is a Smithsonian Collab

You can learn about ancient Greece by setting aside a few months to wade through Homer’s Odyssey, or you can hear about it from an […]

Life & Style

A Grown-Up Caribbean Getaway on a Virgin Voyages’ Adults-Only Cruise

It was a very “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore!” moment — stepping out of the airport into the sweltering Miami heat […]

Life & Style

Fall Travel: 4 Cruises That Will Change the Way You Think About Cruises

Powered by endless buffets and free-flowing booze, cruising has long seemed like the perfect vacation for sunseekers. But a new crop of journeys — with […]

Life & Style

This Alaskan Cruise Blends Wilderness and Luxury

I’m sipping soft bubbles of champagne on my private ocean-facing balcony, staring out at electric blue hunks of ice as they float in the waters […]

Things to Do

How Pandemic Project Snacktime Became Philly’s Favorite Band

It’s been a busy and productive year for Snacktime. The horn-based funk band performed at halftime on the Sixers’ court 10 times. They headlined the […]


Pera Brings an Easy Room and Turkish Standards to Northern Liberties

Step into Pera and you can feel your blood pressure drop. It’s the sun through the corner windows, maybe, or the high ceilings and the […]

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El Mezcal Cantina Takes Every Advantage of Fire — and It Pays Off

Chef Eladio Soto’s El Mezcal Cantina may have opened in January of 2022, but the space has history. Those of you who know Point Breeze […]

City Life

From the Main Line to A League of Their Own: An Interview With Abbi Jacobson

I’m originally from … Wayne, but when I’m talking to people outside the area, I just say I’m from Philly. I definitely identify as being […]

Things to Do

Where to Play Board Games in and Around Philly

Board games have a lot more to offer than Monopoly and Scrabble these days. While the long hours at home and Zoom fatigue during the […]