Science and Religion Have Never Been More at Odds. Can Conshohocken’s Templeton Foundation Bridge the Divide?
It’s shoveled more than a billion and a half dollars at research attempting to reconcile the spiritual and the secular.
Raising kids in the city — and during a pandemic — has ruined any illusion that I’m a flawless mom.
Forty years ago this month, an underachieving Phillies team gave a skeptical, down-on-its-luck city something it hadn’t seen in half a century: a World Series championship.
Scale a mountain, play some ball, and see NYC in a new light.
Climb the East Coast’s most majestic rock and take a dip under a hidden waterfall.
A Philadelphian’s guide to stretching your legs, clearing your head, and shaking off your cabin fever in the great wide open.
Traverse forest boardwalks, bird-watch on marshes, and bike to the beach.
Fly through the sky, sail calm waters, and bed down in a cozy yurt.
Hike a canyon, bike an old rail line, and get way off the grid.
Soak in some history, hike Mount Misery — or Mount Joy! — and be home by happy hour.
Find the beauty in “Shades of Death” and dine atop a natural wonder.
He caught the attention of the restaurant scene with a roving pop-up called Honeysuckle that explores and celebrates the Black American food experience. Now he’s back in Philly, and the world is watching.
U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain Is Proof That, One Way or Another, Trumpism Will Live on Past the Election
The crusading federal prosecutor is a stickler for the rule of law — except, apparently, when it comes to those at the very top.
The Queen Village-based writer is one of America’s most popular novelists.
A family’s second home two hours north of Philly is a new build with lots of character.
Frances Hoover of Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse on All Her Favorite Philly Places and Things
From shopping in King of Prussia to visiting the Discovery Center.
Getting your hair done less frequently these days? Philly stylists weigh in on managing and maintaining your look.
The median length of time from “Just Listed” to “Sold” has shrunk to two weeks, the lowest it’s been in recent memory.
We can’t go out like we used to, but we can shine our own silver and set our own tables. Here, four steps to make the most of it.
The fourth-term representative of Philly’s Fourth District on why November’s election will be closer than we think.