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Some have finally received their “redefined” air conditioner. But most are still waiting, even though you can buy a version of the unit online with two-day delivery.
Six of Philly’s Best Writers on How the Past Year Changed the City — and Us All
After a long, unprecedented year, Philadelphia is still standing. We asked these powerful voices to reflect on how their favorite places in the city evolved and endured.
What Is Old City Without Tourists?
When travel restrictions curtailed the red-white-and-blue-clad throngs, another group of ardent pilgrims took their place, and changed everything about how we saw our home.
It’s the Peregrine Falcon’s World
We’re just living in it.
Meet the Lancaster Clothier Turning Vintage Quilts Into Wearable Art
Elizabeth Leaman of Lady Lancaster on bringing quilting culture to a new generation.
Just Listed in the Poconos: Extra-Large Cottage in Pocono Manor
A very civilized “cabin in the woods” in a historic resort community.
Just Listed at the Shore: Stone Harbor Bayside Midcentury Rancher
A trip down Memory Lane for you and your friends, or the future home of something more impressive? The choice is yours.
A summer in the Poconos is a summer of simpler times, and — as we prepare to venture out again but perhaps aren’t quite ready to venture far — there’s never been a better time to go.
Watch This Season’s Secrets From the C-Suite
Secrets From the C-Suite, presented by Bank of America, talked to business leaders throughout the city about the challenges of the past year, and the promise of the year to come. Watch the discussions here.
Spirits Up! Is Hosting a Week of Wellness Pop-Up Events Around Philly
The new series — which is centered on “Black health, creativity, life and freedom” — will kick off on June 14th, with events planned for different public spaces all around the city.
Just Listed: Renovated Rowhouse in Dickinson Square West
Given all the reclaimed wood inside it, “recycled” might be a better descriptive term.
CHOP Launched a Grief and Trauma Support Program for Philly Kids
The new collaboration between CHOP, the Netter Center, and Uplift seeks to help children in West and Southwest Philly and their families cope with trauma from community violence and the pandemic.
Full-Floor Condo Just Off Rittenhouse Square
It’s hard to top the style and amenities of the city’s first modern luxury condo, and you get them all with this full-floor unit.
Bryn Mawr College Undergrad Says Former Professor Sexually Assaulted Her and Other Students
She lays out the allegations in a just-filed federal lawsuit against David Barreto and the college itself.
Why Am I Not More Excited That Philadelphia Is Finally Reopening?
The city’s full-throttle charge into normalcy felt good at first, but now I’m feeling something unexpected: survivor’s guilt.
Eight Foods You Don’t Know About Unless You’re From Philly
And maybe not even then. Ask Grandma or Grandpa, though!
Just Listed: Historic Modern Extended Trinity in Queen Village
Buy this historic-yet-modern house and you will send your friends and relatives a “messuage.”