Where to Eat This Weekend: Somewhere Comfortable
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Where to Eat This Weekend: Somewhere Comfortable

It's been a weird week. From hummus to Korean stew to French rabbit, we all deserve a little bit of comfort.


City Council Bill Could Hinder Plans for More Protected Bike Lanes
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City Council Bill Could Hinder Plans for More Protected Bike Lanes

Jason Kelce to March With Mummers This Weekend In Manayunk
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Jason Kelce to March With Mummers This Weekend In Manayunk

Pa. AG Josh Shapiro on Opioids, Restoring Trust, and Suing the President
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Pa. AG Josh Shapiro on Opioids, Restoring Trust, and Suing the President

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Urbane Renewal in Overbrook for $499K

Who says you have to choose between traditional and modern style?

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REVIEW: Curio’s Marie Antoinette has Éclat… Mais Pourquoi?

David Adjmi’s clever but thin play offers theatrical showmanship but not much else.

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5 Philly Restaurants for a Strangely Warm February

It’s 70 degrees, people. Do something about it.

Philadelphia Wedding

7 Philly Spas Where You Can Get Pampered Before Your Wedding

Because you deserve a morning of relaxation before the big party.

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REVIEW: Love, Lies and Taxidermy at Inis Nua is a Rom-Com for Today

Alan Harris’s rollercoaster of a play is a hint of Spring renewal in the depths of February.

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Wednesday: The Watermelon Woman

The 1996 Philly film was a breakthrough in queer black cinema.


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Whatever Happened to Generation X?

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

As they head into middle age, the “slacker” generation of Philadelphians is feeling overlooked, overworked and overwhelmed. But their chill, pragmatic approach to life might be just what we need right now.

Philly’s Third Restaurant Renaissance

Philly’s Third Restaurant Renaissance

Starr, Vetri, Garces, Solomonov. The founding fathers of out restaurant revival have either cashed out, moved on or lost their mojo. Where does that leave Philly? Maybe with our best food yet.

Vote Now for the Best Philly Icon

Vote Now for the Best Philly Icon

We asked five influential Philadelphians to pick the thing or person that best represents our city. The winner gets a Best of Philly award. Vote for your favorite and enter to win two tickets to the Best of Philly party this August.


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Gridlock: Center City’s Traffic Apocalypse

Philly is thriving. Just don’t try going anywhere.

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What’s In Store for the Free Library of Philadelphia?

Three exciting projects that Free Library prez Siobhan Reardon is working on.

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Check It Out: The Philadelphian’s Guide to Local Libraries

Our libraries are about so much more than books these days.

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Five Philly-Area Libraries You’ll Have to Drag the Kids Out Of

Outdoor voices, please.

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Old Books are Awesome

A rare-book walking tour for aspiring literati.

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Best of Philly 2017

Best of Philly 2017

50 Best Bars

50 Best Bars

NICU to Now: How Doctors Helped This Family Move Forward After a Difficult Prognosis

NICU to Now: How Doctors Helped This Family Move Forward After a Difficult Prognosis

Read how the doctors and staff of St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children helped this child and eased her parent’s anxieties.

Presented by St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children


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24 Things Other Than Books to Check Out From the Library

Books? What Books?

Articles

For Rape Victims, the #MeToo Movement Can Cut Both Ways

Liz Spikol on the pain and liberation within each new revelation.

Sports

Philly, Are You Ready for Some Esports!?

Meet our next championship contenders — a squad unlike any you’ve ever rooted for.

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Can a Movie Theater Save South Street?

The man behind South Street Cinema seems to think so.

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