A pro basketball player gets the basement entertaining space of his dreams.
By building out a new breakfast nook, this couple got more space — and more light.
The hottest trend in Philadelphia real estate is finding an old house with good bones and making it the home of your dreams.
First they gutted it. Now they’re working toward making it a carbon-free, zero-energy house.
The host of Philly Street Flippin’ shares her top tips.
They bucked the open-concept trend in favor of creating cozier, more intimate spaces.
Interior designer Michelle Gage and her husband found a better use for a structurally unsound part of their home.
They took down a wall to get a space that was good for entertaining and daily dining.
If you’re redoing a Philly house, you’re probably redoing an old house. These places will have exactly what you need.
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The hardest part of home renovation? Agreeing where to start.
From a series devoted to LGBTQ professionals to one that’s geared toward new-wave entrepreneurs.
A thrilling adventure in which our food critic, following decades of bad experiences, climbs into the chair to find out if there’s any hope for a dental delinquent.
Joe Girardi, the team’s new manager, is leading a New York invasion of South Philly — and we should be okay with that.
The decade’s laid-back boho looks first made a comeback in our restaurants. Now they’re making a comeback in our closets.
The Fencing Academy of Philadelphia product could make a splash at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
The Riverwards L+I Coalition isn’t your typical NIMBY gripe-fest.
As the coffee brand makes its way into the Certified B Corps club, its founder is ready to prove you can do well while doing good.
Get some R&R — without completely ditching your wellness routines.
American Airlines is doubling down on nonstop flights out of PHL to far-flung spots, meaning global travel is easier — and quicker — than ever.
Add these items to your pre-trip shopping list.
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The Iron Chef muses about the state of the industry and the Philly neighborhood he says “could be on the verge of something big.”