The Look: Seven Vibrant Ways to Elevate Your Spring Style

A left-brained wardrobe — think kaleidoscopic graphics and geometric textiles in bold hues your art teacher would adore — is the best way to celebrate spring. […]


Habitat: A New Approach on the Main Line

Barette Widell and Christina Boschetti had garnered some attention for a few small-scale projects each did on her own, so when they paired up in […]

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5 Must-See Open Houses This Weekend

The COVID-19 coronavirus may have shut down the schools, canceled sports games and concerts, and marooned you at home, but it hasn’t brought everything to […]

City Life

Why My Open Office Feels … Walled Off

At work the other day, a Slack message from a co-worker popped up on my screen: “Do you happen to have a tampon?” I quickly […]


Edmondo Blando’s Favorite Things

The fashionable, fast-talking owner of Salon Vanity in Rittenhouse tends to the tresses of many a Philly socialite and news anchor. Here, he dishes on […]

Be Well Philly

4 Philadelphia-Area Fitness Studios for TRX Training

Training with TRX isn’t new — the straps, which use body weight for strength training, were invented by a Navy SEAL in 1997 — but […]


Philly Feng Shui: What I Did to Find Zen in the City

I’ve been happily ensconced in a two-room studio apartment carved out of an East Germantown rowhouse for five years now, but something about my living/bedroom […]

City Life

Grandparent Names: Nana Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

“She can call me Ellen.” That’s what my mother told my brother when his daughter — the first grandchild in our family — was born […]


Ken Weinstein Is Changing the Future of Development in Philadelphia

Imagine hundreds of developers getting their start all while breathing new life into their childhood neighborhoods and without pushing longtime residents out. If this sounds […]


Habitat: A Party Barn in West Chester

When a family wanted to reconstruct a barn that stood on their property some 40 years ago, they called on Berwyn-based architect Peter Zimmerman to […]


The Look: 9 Ways to Wear Grunge Fashion This Winter

Nineties style steps into the 21st century with luxe leather, slouchy shapes, and the good kind of clashing. Here, nine trendy grunge pieces on the market […]


People Are Obsessing Over These Sassy Nameplates From Philly

In the daylight hours, the second floor of Barbuzzo looks more like a FedEx warehouse than a Midtown Village restaurant. Piled on the wooden tables […]


Habitat: A Never-Ending Story in Mount Laurel

Two and a half years ago, when a young family purchased a five-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate in Mount Laurel — previously the home of former politician […]

Life & Style

Fashion and Motherhood: Do Clothes Make the Mom?

It’s a sunny day in late fall, and I’m in my closet, grasping for something to wear. Any minute now, my neighbor Jane will be […]


Connoisseur: Mark Kuhn’s Favorite Things

The CEO of Oat Foundry — the local artsy engineering agency that builds Honeygrow’s split flap signs and sconces for Stephen Starr’s Le Coucou — […]