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The Best Events This Month in Philadelphia

Concerts Genesis – Alas, not the Peter Gabriel version. December 2nd and 3rd at Wells Fargo Center. Earth, Wind & Fire – Always a good time. […]

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Just Listed: Converted Historic Firehouse in Fishtown

“The Kensington Engine Company have nearly completed a handsome brick edifice, three stories high.” —News article, The Public Ledger, April 14, 1845 You are looking at that […]


Primary Plant Based Is Philly’s Newest Vegan Destination

Happy Monday, cats and kittens! It’s a quiet week here at Foobooz HQ (and in the restaurant scene in general), so let’s just take things […]

Eagles Report

Emotional Boston Scott Plays an Unfamiliar Role in Loss to the Giants

Boston Scott has had a way of killing the hopes and dreams of the New York Giants faithful, and things seemed to be breaking that […]

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City Life

How to Find the Biggest and Best Christmas Lights Near You

It was around this time last year that a bunch of us had one of those Why didn’t I think of that? moments upon learning […]

Be Well Philly

12 Wellness Gifts to Buy from Local Businesses This Holiday Season

Sure, you might *think* the fitness or self-care enthusiast in your life already has everything they need to make their workouts, meditation sessions, or general […]


10 Creative Gifts You Can Buy In-Store or From the Comfort of Your Couch

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s officially the season of giving. If you’re looking to go outside the box this holiday season, this list of […]

City Life

Focusing on Your Child’s Well-Being Could Be the Key to Academic Success in the Classroom

Education is often about teaching good habits. Research shows that if a school can assist its students in discovering their passions and learning how to […]


Here’s How Philly’s Business Leaders Are Contributing to Its Recovery

The holidays are the season of giving. As the world slowly but surely begins to recover from the past year and a half, businesses big […]

City Life

COVID Turned the Philanthropy World Upside Down

When I was a child, my mother would speak often of her father. He was 22 when he and my grandmother came up from North […]