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Fun Events in Philly This Week

Summer winds down with your last chance for The Oval XP and Parkway Pals, free concerts and performances, and the Philadelphia Folk Festival.


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After the Devastating Loss of Jim Burke, Philly’s Restaurant Community Rallies Together to Honor His Legacy

Philadelphia Wedding

A Hindu-Jewish Wedding That Shut Down Broad Street

Be Well Philly

13 Long-Distance Fall Races That You Can Still Register to Run

Find It PhillyWhat you need, when you need it.

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Philadelphia Wedding

Llamas! The Wedding Party You Never Knew You Needed

These styled boho-chic wedding photos are farm fabulous.

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Just Listed: Ringgold Place Trinity in Rittenhouse Square

A truly historic house blends modern amenities and classic style.

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Property

Just Listed: Midcentury Modern Townhouse in Fitler Square

Historic? Depends on who you ask. Striking? Definitely.

Foobooz

A Southern Spot Serving Po’boys and Nigerian Hot Chicken Opens This Week

Philly, meet Amina Restaurant & Lounge — coming to Old City on May 18th.

Things to Do

Kimmel Center Expands Free Plaza Performance Series

Family Fundays join Lunchtime Unplugged, Nightlife, and other free happenings at the Kimmel Center this season.

Foobooz

The Roxborough Tibetan Restaurant to Visit Again and Again

White Yak’s Treley and Tsering Parshingtsang have brought excellent momos and shoko khatsa to Ridge Avenue. 


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50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia

50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia

Whether you want to be wowed with extravagance or are looking for a perfect plate of comfort food, here are the places giving us hope for the future.

Best of Philly 2022

Best of Philly 2022

The list is here! 252 people, places and things that make Philadelphia great.

City Life

From Starbucks to Cease-and-Desist: The Implosion of a Philly Racial Justice Org

Four years ago, after calling out the controversial arrests of two Black men at a Rittenhouse Starbucks, Melissa DePino and Michelle Saahene co-founded From Privilege to Progress to “desegregate the public conversation about race and racism.” Today, they’re no longer on speaking terms as they negotiate dissolving their nonprofit.

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City Life

Q&A: Bucks Co. Native Robert Costa of CBS News Talks Getting Stiffed by Kathy Barnette

The Pennsbury High grad, in town for the suddenly crazy PA primary, tried to get into the surging GOP Senate candidate’s Bucks rally on Saturday. It didn’t go so well.

City Life

Michael Forman — the Philly Power Player You’ve Never Heard of — Is About to Make Some Noise

The CEO of FS Investments has quietly amassed powerful friends and lots of money. Now he’s ready to fix Philadelphia’s problems.

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Just Listed at the Shore: Raised Cottage in Margate

Floods? What floods?

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Just Listed in the Poconos: Contemporary in Tobyhanna

Style, comfort and plenty of recreational opportunities, all at an attractive price.

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The Ultimate Philadelphia Travel Guide (Especially for Philadelphians)

The Ultimate Philadelphia Travel Guide (Especially for Philadelphians)

The most beautiful views you haven’t seen, a tour for every kind of Philadelphian, food secrets from Reading Terminal Market … and dozens more ways to tackle Philly with fresh eyes.
The Most Walkable Suburbs and Neighborhoods

The Most Walkable Suburbs and Neighborhoods

Walkable towns and neighborhoods are hot in the real estate world. Lucky for us, the towns in our region were built for strolling in the first place.

City Life

Reflections on the Reopening of the Weitzman Museum

What the new exhibits at Philadelphia’s museum of Jewish American history — now with a new name — say about the moment we’re living in.

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City Life

Backyard Chickens Could Finally Be Legalized In Philadelphia

“I’m ecstatic,” says longtime Philadelphia backyard chickens activist Maureen Breen. “Dreams do come true.”

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Just Listed: Rebuilt Tudor Revival in Cobbs Creek

The developers who remade this house let it tell them how to remake it. And they listened.

Foobooz

Night Market Is Back, Philly

Head to Overbrook on Thursday night for Federal Donuts, Burrito Feliz and some of our favorite Jamaican food around.

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