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Ritz Crackers! Girl Scout cookies! Fig Newtons! The local baking legends behind some of the nation’s most iconic snacks.
This Magical Boho-Chic Promise Ridge Elopement Makes Us Want to Escape to the Poconos
“We knew we did not want a big, traditional wedding and wanted to write our story, our own way,” says the bride.
Trinity-Style Condo in Washington Square West
A two-story trinity? Yes — the third floor’s in the basement.
Celeb-Loved Medical Spa OVME Is Coming to the Main Line
The medical aesthetics company will open in Bryn Mawr on August 2nd.
Here’s What Happened When I Turned the Tables on a Street Harasser
An uncomfortable encounter in Center City has reminded me that going outside again means a return to some BS as well. But inaction is no longer an option.
Snacktime Brass Band’s Sam Gellerstein on Creating the “Party You Wish You Were At”
The musical ensemble has been spreading cheer throughout the pandemic. Now, they’re branching out to the event-planning biz.
A Philly Dinner Event Where People Cook Your Food With Flamethrowers
Plus, an exciting new taco stand at Spruce Street Harbor Park and dinner service begins at Fitz and Starts.
All our favorite places to dine alfresco around Philly right now, just because we want to. Not because we have to.
13 Philly-Area Chiropractors to See for All That Back and Neck Pain
For when you need help getting your body back into alignment.
The Worst of Philly 2021: From Fraudulent Hoagies to Headhouse Square to Ben Simmons
The 20 people, places and, yes, sandwiches that made us utterly cringe.
Here’s What Happens When Phillies Announcer Dan Baker Crashes Your Wedding
“You grow up going to Phillies games, and you know that voice,” says the bride of the big surprise.
6 ABC’s Alicia Vitarelli on Living in South Philly and Raising an Eagles Fan When You’re a Native New Yorker
The newscaster tells us the song she always turns up in the car, why she never worked from home during COVID, and her big superstition.
The Highs and Lows for Philly Public Figures During a Really Tough Year
A high: Jim Kenney landing $1.4 billion in federal COVID relief. A low: learning Tom Farley okayed the destruction of MOVE victims’ remains.
We haven’t destroyed deer’s habitat; we’ve perfected it. Left unchecked, the local deer population would wreak havoc on the city.
Notable Philadelphians on the People and Places That Got Them Through the Past Year
We asked Kiley Reid, Adam Joseph, Martha Graham Cracker and more to shout out their favorites.
Beer, Cheesesteaks, Mascots and More: What Our Readers Nominated as the Best of Philly
We asked, you answered: Here are this year’s reader picks.
Just Listed at the Shore: Updated Traditional House in Margate
A true Shore classic inside and out, but totally up-to-date on the inside.
J Street Lofts Phase 2: New Construction Factory Loft Apartments
Raw yet sophisticated, amenity-rich and all brand new in Harrowgate.