Philly’s David Sylvester Has Hugged More Than Half a Million People, and He’s Not Quitting Anytime Soon
He started his idiosyncratic quest 20 years ago in the aftermath of 9/11. This year, thanks to him, September 12th will be celebrated as National Hug and High-Five Day.
Right now, the competition for properties is fierce. But the bubble has to pop eventually — right?
A high: Jim Kenney landing $1.4 billion in federal COVID relief. A low: learning Tom Farley okayed the destruction of MOVE victims’ remains.
We asked Kiley Reid, Adam Joseph, Martha Graham Cracker and more to shout out their favorites.
We asked, you answered: Here are this year’s reader picks.
The celebrated bookseller on opening up her new shop, Ida’s, and advocating for her first shop’s namesake, Harriet Tubman, to get a federal holiday.
Business in the front, party in the back, and better than ever.
The designer chats about designing shoes in prison and treating footwear like a work of art.
6 ABC’s Alicia Vitarelli on Living in South Philly and Raising an Eagles Fan When You’re a Native New Yorker
The newscaster tells us the song she always turns up in the car, why she never worked from home during COVID, and her big superstition.