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Khyber Deals

Evidently there’s some kind of ugly break up going on between the Khyber and Destroy Your Liver Sundays host DJ Steven Bloodbath. If you’re interested […]

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Menupages Comes To Philadelphia

Menupages comes to Philadelphia with the menus of 1,400 establishments. You can look up menus by cuisine, neighborhood, and even search by dish with the […]

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The Good Life: Q&A Michael Morrison and George Izett

Golf-club makers and fitters, Izett Golf As golf consumes your weekends — and lowering your handicap consumes your thoughts — you may be wondering why […]

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A Six Pack of Great Summer Drinks

We sat down with Kerry at the Aspen in Fairmount and hammered out a list of our favorite summer drinks. Schuylkilltiini – Despite the first […]

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Vintage

We read the reviews so you don’t have to, the South Philly Review’s review cut into small little morsels for your enjoyment. Vintage on south […]

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Five Guys Coming To Center City

The suburbs definitely have better retail than Center City, and occasionally the ‘burbs have an culinary nugget over downtown, and that really gets Center City […]

City Life

Outdoor Dining Guide 2006

Up on deck. In the cool, cool shade. Under the stars. Whatever your preference, you'll find the area's top table picks — and our recommendations […]

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The Tastes of Summer: Pack a Picnic

Where to find the proper basket — and the perfect spot — to make your alfresco fest an occasion. It’s the proper basket that makes […]

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Summer Food: The Tastes of Summer: Rosé

Throughout warm regions of France and Spain, café tables are dotted with rosé-colored glasses. And why not? Few wines have the summer-food-loving versatility of dry […]

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The Betrayal

Prisoner advocate Jim McCloskey couldn’t stop the execution of convicted murderer Roger Coleman. But he kept trying to prove Coleman’s innocence — and the result […]