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City Life

I Never Thought I’d Move Back in With My Parents. But Here We Are

It occurred to me one night at midnight that I never really knew exactly how many clocks my parents have. I know it was midnight […]

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23 Philly Food Experiences You Absolutely, Positively Have to Try

Going out to eat isn’t really about eating anymore — it’s about collecting. And as is true of all collections, the rare items are the […]

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City Life

Meet the Cherry Hill Pastor Who Hears the Eagles’ Prayers

He gets it. Which is no small thing. Kyle Horner, pastor of Connect Church in Cherry Hill — the spiritual home to several Philadelphia Eagles, […]

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Be Well Philly

What Do You Do When You Lose the Person You Love?

Who I am: Krissie Pannullo (@phillynerdgirl) Where I live: Collegeville What I do: I’m a bioanalytical chemist. *** “Dan and I met through online dating. […]

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City Life

Can the New Penn Center for Neuroaesthetics Unlock the Science of Beauty?

Late last year in New York, Christie’s auctioned off Edmond de Belamy, an artwork generated by a computer that had been fed 15,000 portraits painted […]


The Philadelphian’s Guide to a Stress-Free Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and so is all the stress, drama and that terrible taste of failure that often comes with cooking a traditional dinner […]

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Things to Do

A Philadelphian’s Guide to 4 Sunny Mexico Getaways

There’s a reason everyone from your book-club crew to the La Colombe barista can’t stop raving about recent trips to Mexico: With high-design hotels on […]

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Be Well Philly

A Week in the Life of a Lawyer and Part-Time Flywheel Instructor

Welcome to Sweat Diaries, Be Well Philly’s look at the time, energy, and money people invest in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle in Philly. For each Sweat Diary, […]

City Life

The No-Bullshit Guide to the 2017 Philadelphia General Election

The last time there was a general election for district attorney of Philadelphia, only 12 percent of registered voters went to the polls. That means less than one-eighth […]

City Life

Icons: The Voice of God

The booming baritone of John Facenda, legendary Philadelphia newscaster and signature of NFL Films, has popped up selling everything from Campbell’s chili to video games. […]