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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.
Just Listed: Nearly New Delancey Street Townhouse in Rittenhouse Square
1855 on the outside, 1940 on the inside, built in 2015.
Here’s to the Restaurants Refusing to Reopen Their Dining Rooms
We salute you.
This Plant-Based Chef Wants to Help Philadelphians Eat More Nutritiously
Meet Char Nolan, one of our 2020 Health Hero semi-finalists.
Another Parkway Encampment “Deadline” Passes Amid Complaints of Public Sex and Drug Use
Plus: $25,000 reward in hit-and-run of bicyclist. And how Trump could win Pennsylvania. Again.
CorePower Laid Off These Philly Yoga Teachers, So They Formed a Studio of Their Own
Forged in the midst of a pandemic, this yoga studio is creating a community that spans mats across the city and shore.
Yehuda Sichel’s new sandwich shop, Huda, is about to open the doors in Rittenhouse. Here’s how the menu got made.
City Slammed with Two New Lawsuits Over Philly Police Actions at Protests
A man says police pierced his skin to the bone with rubber bullets. A woman says she and her young kids were tear-gassed on her porch.
NextUp: How MOBILion Is Improving the Accuracy of Diagnostic Tests
The Chadds Ford-based company has developed a technology that makes it easy to separate, identify, and analyze molecules that other instruments fail to detect.
Philly Wedding Vendors Are Joining Forces for a COVID-Safe Mini Wedding Expo
Here’s how to attend.
18th-Century Horse Farm in Newtown Square
More than 220 years of history in one elegant package in the heart of Radnor Hunt country.
To Combat Philly Gun Violence, Dismantle the Office of Violence Prevention
The city’s leading department on addressing gun violence has become a detriment to tackling this public health crisis.
This Coach Wants to Create After-School Programs for Philly Students
Meet Andre Wright, one of our 2020 Health Hero semi-finalists.
Yes, the King of Prussia Mall Now Has Its Own COVID-19 Boutique
Whether you need a “designer” mask, some doohickey that opens doors and presses buttons for you, or mint mask spray, they’ve got it.
Temple Shows Its True Colors in Bringing Students Back to Campus, Causing COVID Outbreak
It’s time to stop thinking of universities as altruistic civic institutions. They are businesses. Nothing more, nothing less.
Four Ways Election Day in Philly Could Go Terribly Wrong
From long waits at the polls to delays in counting ballots, there could be significant problems. But there are ways voters can help now.