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No Luck on Tinder? "Married at First Sight" is Casting in Philly
All you have to do is fill out a 63-question application.
How Michael B. Jordan is Getting in Shape for "Creed II" in Philadelphia
We chatted with Michael B. Jordan’s trainer, Corey Calliet.
Adam Diltz Is Out and Paul Lyons Is in at Johnny Brenda’s
Diltz left this weekend to open Elwood, his own Fishtown BYOB.
I Thought I’d Prefer Wedding Dress Shopping Alone. Here’s Why I Was Wrong.
I finally get why people bring their bridesmaids shopping.
Five Things to Expect From Villanova in Tonight’s NCAA Title Game
The mighty Wildcats are seeking their second men’s basketball championship in three years.
Movies: The Return of the Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival
PHEFF offers three days of earthly delights at the Prince.
College is not the party you remember.
From pop-up beer gardens to indoor play spaces, our local libraries are about so much more than books these days.
21 Free Workouts, Fun Runs, and Other Fitness Events in April
Every event you need on your April workout calendar.
It’s Time to Dump Facebook and Google, Says Philly Internet Privacy Guru
DuckDuckGo founder Gabriel Weinberg isn’t kidding when he says big tech will continue to manipulate consumers if left unchecked. Here’s how users can disengage now.
Abington Senior High Won’t Rename Itself After Mega-Donor
Residents had expressed concern over the proposed name change.
Massimo Bottura, One of the World’s Greatest Chefs, Is Speaking in Philly
The world-renowned Italian chef will chat with Esquire editor Jeff Gordinier at Drexel next week.
Opioid-Related Deaths in Pa., New Jersey Outpacing National Average
The CDC says the two states are among the hardest hit by the epidemic.
Ask the Editor: Is It Ever Okay to Not Tip Your Server?
The server’s hair got in your food? The bartender cut you off from happy hour deals too early? Air your grievances all you want — just make sure you tip, too.
Mother Nature Is Playing an April Fools’ Joke on Philly
Waking up to a wintry mix on April 2nd is not fun.
5 Evening Routines of Successful Philly Business Leaders
We’ve all worked to perfect our mornings, but what about the night before? Here’s how Philly business leaders wind down and set themselves up for the next day.
On the Market: Rooms for Everything in Mt. Airy for $430K
Looking for proof that open plans are overrated? Here’s some evidence.