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A finger-snapping, tale-telling, slightly exhausting encounter with the legendary DJ as he prepares to celebrate his 80th birthday and 60 years in radio.
How a Montco Family Got Their Dream Open-Concept Kitchen
They took down a wall to get a space that was good for entertaining and daily dining.
Architectural Salvage Stores That Can Fill Your Philly Home With Historic Charm
If you’re redoing a Philly house, you’re probably redoing an old house. These places will have exactly what you need.
The 50 Hottest Neighborhoods and Towns Around Philadelphia
Did your neighborhood make the cut?
I Wanted New Wall-to-Wall Carpet. He Wanted a New Sidewalk. 25 Years Later, We Have Neither
The hardest part of home renovation? Agreeing where to start.
Sneak Peek: Inside Philadelphia Magazine’s April 2020 Issue
Our latest issue drops this week with an intimate peek inside 10 Philadelphia marriages.
Best Thing This Week: We’re All in This Together, Apart
In a city known for stubbornness, we’re glad to see openness to change in this time of crisis.
Keep up with the news surrounding the coronavirus outbreak in Philadelphia.
New Brokerage Aims to Save Home Buyers Big Bucks
New-to-Philly Prevu seeks to do for home buyers what Houwzer did for home sellers by harnessing the power of technology.
Montco Bars and Restaurants, KOP Mall Defy Governor Wolf’s Request to Close During Coronavirus Crisis
The governor’s office says it has the "full authority to compel businesses" to shut down if push comes to shove.
Penn’s Rapid Move-Out Plan Puts Heavy Burden on International Students
We talked to a junior whose home country of Mongolia has closed its borders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Penn’s requirement that students leave campus has her, and other international students, scrambling to figure out their plans.
Will Philly Hospitals Be Overwhelmed by Coronavirus?
More cases are definitely coming, but it’s too soon to tell whether we’ll be more like South Korea (good) or Italy (disaster).
Your Family Needs a Coronavirus Plan. Here’s How to Make One
A very practical guide to how to prepare, what to do if you think you or a loved one is infected, and how to handle quarantine
Local health experts help us determine what’s true and what’s false about COVID-19.
Philly Coronavirus News: School Chaos, Forced Quarantine Now Legal, But Hey, Free Internet
The region continues to navigate through this crisis.
Stu Bykofsky Sues Philadelphia Inquirer and Inga Saffron for Defamation
The suit centers on Saffron’s caught-on-video comments about what she called Bykofsky’s "taste for child prostitutes in Thailand."
Historic Colonial in Huntingdon Valley
There’s no need to “revive” this historic gem — it’s the genuine article.
Pizza Gutt’s New South Philly Takeout Joint Is Up and Running
Pizza Plus is now in soft-opening mode just off East Passyunk.