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An Effortless Cool: Cadence Reviewed

The bison tartare was lovely, of course: bloody red in a white bowl, offset by slices of salsify, the yellow dust of egg yolks, beet […]

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The 20 Biggest, Baddest and Best Concerts to See This Summer

1. Ms. Lauryn Hill Performing her seminal 1998 solo debut The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill in its entirety, in honor of the album’s 20th anniversary. […]

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When Will Philly’s Food Hall Bubble Pop?

You can learn a lot about a city by navigating the stalls of its major food halls — by spooning your way through bowls of […]

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Playing Favorites: Vista Peru Reviewed

Vista Peru is a potato lover’s paradise. All Peruvian restaurants are, really. They’re places where the potato is taken in strange new directions — used […]

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Four Local Bands You Need to See This Month

Mannequin Pussy The Show: May 5th at First Unitarian Church The Sound: Really intense, highly personal punk that explodes in your earbuds and calls one […]

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The Zen of Fried Chicken: Redcrest Reviewed

I don’t know what it is about fried chicken that makes it so special, but I know that it is. Maybe it’s because it carries […]

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Brave New World: Pizza Gutt Reviewed

I’ve spent a lot of time writing about restaurants, and I’ve never seen a restaurant quite like Pizza Gutt — mostly because it isn’t a […]

Property

Why Are Green Roofs Popping Up All Over Philly?

Charlie Miller, engineer and founder of Mount Airy-based Roofmeadow, has become Philly’s go-to green roof guy. Here, he breaks down why they’re the hottest new […]

Be Well Philly

Four Rooftop Yoga Classes for Sky-High Savasanas

Bok Bar 800 Mifflin Street, South Philly The spectacular sunsets during this summer yoga series — led by KG Strong — totally beat staring at […]

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Three Aerial Pools Worth Sneaking Into

Next time you’ve got friends coming to town, suggest booking a room at the Sonesta (1800 Market Street, Center City), then meet them for a dip in the […]

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The Air Up There: The Philadelphian’s Guide to Rooftop Living

Three Aerial Pools Worth Sneaking Into Dare to dip. (C’mon, you know you’ve thought about it.) Read more » Four Rooftop Yoga Classes to Take […]

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Why Philly Chefs Are Getting Fit

Early in his career, Brad Spence, now the executive chef of Amis, was on course to lose everything. He was an alcoholic, he was overweight, […]

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Tomorrow’s Breakfast Today: Middle Child Reviewed

Next to me at the counter, two women are talking about dead bodies. It’s only one of the conversations. One of the small groups — […]

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Where There’s Smoke: Mike’s BBQ Reviewed

Mike’s walls are the color of raw meat. The color of the smoke line in a perfectly done rib — that fading meridian between just-plain-cooked […]

City

Takin’ It to the Streets: The Philadelphian’s Guide to Street Art

The Philadelphia Street Artists Worth Following Right Now Seen a cool piece of street art around Philly lately? Check out the artists (and their work) […]