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Here Are All the Ways You Can Cast Your Ballot in the General Election

A pandemic is not an excuse to skip voting. These are the five options — including by mail and in person methods — that you have to get your ballot in.


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Q&A

Novelist Jennifer Weiner on Mask Shaming, Virtual Book Tours, and the Toxic Side of Social Media

Opinion

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Trump’s Philly Town-Hall Disaster

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Q&A

City Council’s Curtis Jones Jr. Talks Dangerous Missions, Closing Prisons and His Green Thumb

Latest Stories

Taste: Where We’re Eating

Harry’s Savoy Grill After almost 20 years — and, the restaurant estimates, two million guests — Harry’s Savoy Grill has a new look, from the […]

Pulse: A&E: Local Talent: Sal Mazzotta

“Sure, M. Night has talent, but everything lately has flopped,” says local filmmaker Sal Mazzotta over chicken wings at Tony Luke’s Sports Bar. “You give […]

Taste: Spirits: Beer Here

NO SURPRISE: BEER IS AMERICA’S FAVORITE adult beverage, capturing more than 50 cents of each dollar spent on alcohol. Pale lagers make up the vast […]

Happy-hour haven and expense-account destination, the Cira Centre’s new Rae restaurant caters to all

SHARP AND STEELY BY DAY, twinkling like a rhinestone monolith by night, the 29-story Cira Centre demands attention, 24/7. I’m no fan of it, yet […]

Pulse: Chatter: Survey: Ban Stand

Audrey Claire Taichman, owner, Twenty Manning and Audrey Claire: “I love the ban. My dry-cleaning bill has been cut in half, and my hair still […]

Taste: Eat This Now: Exotic Spices

Go to Adriana’s Caravan to find ingredients that will spice up your meals Jamaican curry, Moroccan rosebuds, even Asian white tree fungus — you’ll find […]


Love, Money, Sex, Cheating: The Real Stories of 10 Philly Marriages

Love, Money, Sex, Cheating: The Real Stories of 10 Philly Marriages

An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.


Pulse: Chatter: Feuds: Credit Check

If you’ve been in a Philly cab and found yourself cashless, you’ve no doubt ogled the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s newly installed Taxitronic credit card machines […]

From the Editor: March 2007

Back during the 1996 presidential campaign, when he wasn’t speaking about himself in the third person, Senator Bob Dole wondered aloud: “Where’s the outrage?” He […]

Off the Cuff: March 2007

When the New York Times uses the word “dysfunction” in a front-page headline about the horrendous state of an American inner city, there is hope. […]

31 Ideas to Get You Started

You don’t have to spend millions, or tear down your house, or pack up your Energy Star fridge and move to San Fran. Greening up […]

If you’re among the 20-million-plus who watch CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, chances are you already know this 40-year-old Philly native as … the hot black dude on CSI.

Exit Interview: How old were you when you moved to Willingboro from West Philly? Gary Dourdan: Ten or something. There was nothing in the suburbs […]

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Beyond Condoms, Cheese Puffs and Beer: How GoPuff Became Essential

Beyond Condoms, Cheese Puffs and Beer: How GoPuff Became Essential

The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.


Press Lord 2.0

THEY HAD LET the place go to hell. Tierney could see it the first day he walked in the door. In the lobby alone, the […]

Dan Grimes and Mary Ann Ferrie, owners of Old City BYOB Chlöe, can’t remove this fig/blue cheese grilled pizza from their menu, thanks to its obsessed following.

Owners of Chlöe, can’t remove this fig/blue cheese grilled pizza from their menu, thanks to its obsessed following. Pizza dough Makes six to eight pizza […]

Taste: In Season Ramps

What it is: A relative of the onion, ramps (also known as wild leeks) have a bold, lingering garlicky-onion taste. When to find it: Ramps […]

Why getting a table in this town is harder than ever

IT USED TO BE THAT RESTAURANTS either took reservations, or they didn’t. There was either a table available, or there wasn’t — unless you were […]

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