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City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: Grocery Store Workers Need Masks, Runners Need a New Place to Run

Plus, a Philadelphia police officer has become the first cop to die from the coronavirus, and more than 50 cops have reportedly tested positive.


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City Life

Pregnant In a Pandemic: “I Started to Think That Maybe I Should Just Give Birth in My Bathtub”

Foobooz

Philly Restaurant Merch I’d Buy Even If We Weren’t Face-to-Face With a Deadly Pandemic

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Property

New Fund Helps Small Builders Weather the Coronavirus Storm

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Be Well Philly

5 Healthy Things to Do from Home in Philly This Weekend

From carpool karaoke yoga to a WE/FIT pajama party, check out these five live-streamed workouts you can do at home this weekend.

Be Well Philly

Yes, You Can Still Exercise Outdoors — But Be Smart About It

Fresh air is good for you, as long as you continue social distancing.

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Property

Just Listed: Rehabbed Rowhouse in Fishtown

What makes this rehab different from all the others? The answer’s in the details.

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City Life

Chuck Peruto Explains Why He Must Run Against Larry Krasner for Philly D.A.

The well-known criminal defense attorney voted for Krasner. Now, he’s ready to unseat him.

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City Life

Uber Suspends Riders Over “Public Health Concern,” City Shuts Down Businesses

“I wouldn’t get into an Uber right now,” says one Philly Uber driver. “You’re playing Russian roulette.”

Be Well Philly

Jefferson’s Events Director Is Handling Social Distancing with Plenty of Virtual Yoga

Alyson Caplan, Jefferson’s director of special events, is tuning in to classes with CorePower and practicing at-home sun salutations.


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Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Keep up with the news surrounding the coronavirus outbreak in Philadelphia.


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Philadelphia Wedding

This Couple Traded Their First Dance for Bowling at Their Harp and Crown Wedding

Yes, they wore custom bowling shoes too.

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Property

Just Listed: Bingham Court Townhouse in Society Hill

A rare opportunity to live in one of I.M. Pei’s first masterworks.

Foobooz

Chris Kearse’s Potato Soup for the Socially Distanced Soul

A rich, creamy, super-easy potato soup is the perfect vehicle for lots of cheddar cheese, sour cream and bacon.

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Philadelphia Wedding

How Coronavirus Is Changing the Way Philly Shops for Wedding Dresses

The experts weigh in on how they’re helping clients, working with designers and the impacts of COVID-19.

City Life

Beyond Condoms, Cheese Puffs and Beer: How GoPuff Became Essential

Now more than ever, people are using the Philly company — founded to provide party supplies for college students — to deliver must-haves like toilet paper, milk and cleaning supplies.

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8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

Local health experts help us determine what’s true and what’s false about COVID-19.


a closed wine and spirits store in philadelphia during the coronavirus crisis
City Life

No, State Stores Aren’t Reopening, But SEPTA Buses Are Now Free

Plus, Kenney calls out Krasner.

Be Well Philly

ClassPass Is Helping Fitness Studios Amid Coronavirus Closures ... Sort Of

ClassPass is compensating instructors for live-streamed workouts, but not for prerecorded ones.

NextHealth PHL

The Liacouras Center Hospital Probably Won’t Help COVID-19 Patients

But these portable hospital rooms invented by a Drexel alum might.

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Property

Coronavirus Has Luxury Clients Looking to Rent in the Philly ’Burbs

City-dwellers, both here and in New York, move to add more social distance by renting houses in the suburbs.

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