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The Founding Fathers Would Have Been Protesters at Occupy Wall Street

Last week I drew criticism from some in the state’s business community for daring to suggest that the decision to potentially turn essential public services […]

Be Well Philly

Losing It: Breaking Up (with Food) is Hard to Do

To say that I am humbled would be an understatement. The outpouring of love in light of my recent Reese’s breakup has been astounding. I’ve […]


How to Shut Down Mansplaining at Work, According to 5 Philly CEOs

It is 2019, and mansplaining is unfortunately still a thing. Merriam-Webster defines the practice as “what occurs when a man talks condescendingly to someone (especially […]

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Be Well Philly

We Talked to a Philly Sports Dietitian to Find Out How Runners Should Eat

This post is part of our Running Week series. Stay tuned for more stories related to pounding the pavement. During my junior year of college, I decided […]

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The Smart Philadelphian’s Guide to Visiting Disney World

A fact that’s perhaps not surprising to you: The number-one destination out of Philly’s airport is Orlando. Philadelphians — those with kids and without! — […]

City Life

Philly’s New Archbishop Might Not Be as Progressive as You Think

Last Thursday, Pope Francis named Cleveland bishop Nelson J. Pérez, 58, the 14th bishop and 10th archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia. The major […]

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Be Well Philly

This Philly-Area Man Wrote a Book About His Bike Ride Across America

In high school, Kyle Bryant was an avid snowboarder, a volleyball player, the prom king, for God’s sake. Yes, he was clumsy, known for getting […]

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20 Can’t-Miss Philly Beer Week Events

Philly Beer Week starts tomorrow — and the number of events at this epic, 10-days-over-two-weekends celebration of all things hoppy, malty, and alcoholic is truly […]


Who’s Building Philly: Jeremy Avellino

Our best architects don’t just design buildings. They engage in conversations. And the conversations I’m talking about here aren’t with the clients, or the contractors, […]

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Intubated and Unconscious: My Battle With COVID-19

It was mid-March, and I was fighting a nagging sinus infection — the second in a month — taking an antibiotic prescribed by my primary […]