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The Know-It-All Guide to Late-Night Philly

Drink Till The Sun Comes Up. A game plan for every day of the week Mondays Keep cash in your pockets with the American Sardine […]

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Can a Play Make Sense of Trump Voters?

Reading, that well-past-its-prime town just over an hour northwest of Center City, has probably never struck you as the setting for the next great work […]

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Pomp and Circumstance: Louie Louie Reviewed

There was a moment at Louie Louie, the new restaurant at the Inn at Penn, when I thought everything was going to be okay. It […]

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The 21 Best Events in Philly in October

Classical “South American Sounds” The Philadelphia Orchestra explores the sounds of Cuba, Argentina and Peru. Pre-show mojitos are a must. October 4th through 6th at […]

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Scratch the Surface: Spice Finch Reviewed

If we’re going to talk about Spice Finch, we have to start off by talking about the lamb ribs. The lamb ribs are big. Beautiful […]

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It’s Official: Dead Musicians Are Now Touring as Holograms

I’ve been hearing rumors of hologram concert tours coming to the United States for six years now, ever since the Tupac Shakur hologram made its […]

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For the Love of the Game: Andiario Reviewed

I’m so excited the day after I eat at Andiario, I tell everyone I know about it. I make phone calls. I write emails. I […]

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5 Philly Artists You Need to See This Fall

1. The Dancer: Ian Hussey Onstage: Principal dancer for the Pennsylvania Ballet since 2012, Hussey, 33, will play Tybalt in its production of Romeo & […]

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8 Things to Eat and Drink in Philly Right Now

1. Corned beef sandwich at the Rooster Michael Solomonov’s for-good-not-profit eatery Rooster Soup Co. has rebranded as the Jewish deli — with booze, l’chaim! — […]

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5 Family-Friendly Things to Do at the Jersey Shore in August

Ah, August. That last month of summer vacation. The sun. The shore. The long days when you’re sitting there thinking to yourself: OMG … What […]

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The 10 Best Events in Philly in July

1. Welcome America Fireworks and freebies Free hoagies, free ice cream, and lots of family-friendly events. (And, really, they had me at free hoagies.) You […]

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5 Great Restaurants to Try Along White Horse Pike

Mickey and Minnie’s Inn Ignore the Cajun fries. And the veal parm. That’s not what you’re here for. Ask for the German food menu, and […]

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The Cheapskate Parent’s Guide to Summer in Philly

Discover a garden. The best way to experience Stoneleigh, Villanova’s new 42-acre public garden, is with a picnic on the Great Lawn. Go classical. The […]

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Three Itineraries for Having a Fun Day with Your Family This Summer

The city First stop: Hit up Markward Playground (400 South Taney Street, Fitler Square), then walk up the ramp to get to the Schuylkill River […]

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Why Are Philly Cooks Serving Food From Unlicensed Kitchens?

I would tell you his name, but then I’d have to kill you. But only because otherwise I’d probably get killed, for screwing up a […]