If you're a human and see this, please ignore it. If you're a scraper, please click the link below :-)
Note that clicking the link below will block access to this site for 24 hours.
The City Commissioners have opened seven “satellite election offices,” with 10 more to come soon, where you can register to vote and cast a ballot — technically a mail-in ballot — before Election Day.
Snoop Dogg Says He’s Investing in Atlantic City
If you think our city by the sea is dead, think again. There’s plenty of cool stuff happening there.
Real Talk: We Traded a Big Wedding for a 15-Day Adventure Elopement on Vancouver Island
A NoLibs couple explains why (and how!) they came to this decision.
How Does a Restaurant Like This Happen in 2020?
Char Kol, the Schulson Collective’s new outdoor Korean BBQ pop-up, is getting backlash and reigniting the debate surrounding cultural appropriation in restaurants.
Why Is Communicating in a Mask So Damn Difficult?
Experts say it’s more than just the itch and sweat that makes wearing masks uncomfortable.
Why the Return of Sports Feels So Uncomfortable
The return of sports also means the return of distraction. Is that really what we need right now?
Ugly New Video Emerges of Interboro School Board Official Christine Alonso at BLM Protest
Her claim that she’s never used racist language doesn’t exactly hold up.
NextUp: The Local Company Building a Fleet of COVID-19 Testing Trucks
Just Listed: Renovated Designer Rowhouse in Fishtown
This house is fresh, local and contemporary, much like the food and gathering places designed by its owner’s firm.
A New Indoor Cycling Studio Just Opened in Rittenhouse
Cycology 202 Philadelphia is offering a new local option for spin.
It’s August, and Many Philly Cops Still Aren’t Wearing Masks
“There’s a pandemic, dude,” said a masked protester to an unmasked cop on Sunday. “If there’s a pandemic, then you should be at home,” he replied.
A Philly Singer Pays Tribute to the Virtual Weddings of the Coronavirus
And he eloped in Rittenhouse Square amid the pandemic.
How Ala Stanford Became a Champion for the Health of Black Philadelphians Amid COVID
While the city waited for funding, this Philly surgeon launched her own program to bring free coronavirus testing to the Black community. But it’s hardly the first time in her life she’s stepped up.
James Beard-Nominated Author Reem Kassis on Her Favorite Philly Takeout and Her Next Cookbook
The author of The Palestinian Table shares the things and places she loves the most.
Best Thing This Week: A Winner in Wawa vs. Sheetz!
The battle for your belly is officially over and done thanks to this Shorti birth announcement.
Mayor Kenney’s Thursday Zoom Press Conference Didn’t Go So Well
The mayor grew visibly agitated as reporters had the nerve to ask him about gun violence, COVID-related SEPTA problems and, yes, Philadelphia trash pickup.