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A pandemic is not an excuse to skip voting. These are the five options — including by mail and in person methods — that you have to get your ballot in.
South Philly Roofer Faces Outrage After Telling Black Man to Go Back Where He Came From
The confrontation actually started hours earlier over, yes, a parking dispute.
Just Listed: Victorian Manor in Germantown
Just married? Why not give yourselves this gorgeous wedding present? Its creator built it as one in 1886.
If Pennsylvania Is Going to Legalize Adult-Use Marijuana, This Is How It Should Be Done
Marijuana law experts and advocates weigh in on six things lawmakers should keep top of mind amid the movement to legalize weed.
I Fear the Encampment Crisis Could End Up Like the MOVE Bombing
Current efforts by law enforcement to force the city’s most vulnerable residents from the Parkway are starting to feel like a recipe for disaster — and hark back to one of Philadelphia’s darkest days.
8 Ways to Cut Back on Plastic Waste in Your Beauty and Wellness Routines
Maintain your glow more sustainably.
Dranoff Uses Arthaus for Socially-Distanced Free Concerts
Singers and musicians will perform three concerts from a stage seven stories above Broad Street.
You Can Now Take International Flights Out of Philadelphia Again
$650 to India, $472 to Japan, and $269 to Jamaica (those are round-trip!) are some serious COVID-era airfare deals.
This Nurse Practitioner Wants to Make Healthcare More Equitable
Meet Susanne Johnson, one of our 2020 Health Hero semi-finalists.
This South Philly Couple’s Wedding Was Filled With Colorful LED Lights and Video Screens
The groom hired the lighting director for Blondie.
What Would Philly Look Like If Urbanists Ran the City?
We asked some of Philly’s brightest minds to sketch out their biggest, boldest, most audacious ideas for improving our town. Here, in broad strokes, are their plans for taking the city to the next level.
My 96-Year-Old Grandfather Moved to Town a Few Years Ago, and Nothing’s Been the Same Since
After decades in which I knew him from afar, my grandfather now lives 10 minutes away. I wasn’t used to having him around, and now he’s everywhere.
Instead of Moving, This Family Turned Their Chestnut Hill House into a Stylish Dream Home
The smart makeover helped the owners utilize every inch of space.
The Best Thing That Happened This Week: The “Tell Your Dog I Said Hi” Mask
At last, a solution to the can’t-pet-’em-in-a-pandemic conundrum.
Sneak Peek: Inside Philadelphia Magazine’s October Issue
Canyons, lakes, vistas, mountains — oh my! Our October issue features the best places to get outside this fall.
No, Mail-In Ballots Won’t Be Available On Monday. Blame the Green Party
Plus: State liquor police take it way easy on Philly-area bars amid COVID. And why you can’t watch the Eagles game with your friends.