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Field Guide: 12 Hidden Outdoor Dining Spots in Philadelphia

The Center City District now counts 412 outdoor dining cafes in just Philadelphia’s downtown area. Many a sidewalk has been turned over to eating al […]


Philly Love Stories in Coffee and Food

The February, 2015 issue of Philadelphia magazine is all about Love in Philly. As part of the issue, we recorded five interviews of people talking about their relationships. […]

City Life

Comcast Revenues Skyrocket in Second Quarter

It’s good to be the king. Philly-based Comcast brought in $16.8 billion in revenues during the second quarter of 2014, a 3.5 percent increase over […]


Bon Appetit Highlights Philadelphia in Travel Issue

Philadelphia gets a six page spread in Bon Appetit’s May issue on travel. Bon Appetit’s Editor in Chief himself, Adam Rapoport spends 32 hours in town with co-worker […]


Bufad Has A New Spring Menu

Now that we’ve finally had one inarguably spring-y weekend, the new spring menus are really starting to pop up around town. And Bufad (at 1240 […]


Sneak Preview: October Classes at COOK

Tomorrow, the October schedule for classes at COOK goes live. And they’ve got another packed month, with everyone from Bistro La Minette’s Kenny Bush and […]


We Have the Menu for Drexel’s Arcobaleno Pasta Dinner

Last month we told you about Drexel University’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management’s spring series of dining events. Surprisingly, tickets actually remain for some of […]


Sneak Preview: February Classes at COOK

Meat and cheese and more meat — that’s what February is about at COOK. They’ve got Nick Macri from La Divisa doing a Mardi Gras party, […]


Rob Marzinksy Hosting Polish Feast

Chef Rob Marzinsky is back with another edition of Demo Tapes pop-up. Last week Marzinsky found himself waiting for a friend at Donna’s Bar in […]

Be Well Philly

South Kensington’s Paper Box Is Adding Another Tiny Fitness Studio to the Mix

This past fall, yoga teacher Gabrielle Sigal opened a tiny yoga studio fittingly named Paperbox Studio in South Kensington’s Paper Box Studios building at 1639 […]

Be Well Philly

Take a Look Inside Kensington’s New Bouldering-Only Rock Climbing Gym

For further evidence that rock climbing is seriously trending here in Philly at the moment — you know because, like, four climbing gyms are opening in the coming […]


NKCDC Kicks Off Renewal of Kensington’s Withering Orinoka Mills

Kensington residents and veteran Market-Frankford Line commuters who continue on past Huntingdon know well the blighted and tagged hulk standing just off Somerset Station at the corner of East Somerset […]

Kensington Derby and Arts Festival

It takes a lot to get thousands of people to stand around in the pouring rain, but in the case of the Kensington Derby, rain […]

The Quartet at the Rittenhouse Spa + Club

What with the dim, plush lounge, the tucked-away sauna, the outdoor terrace for post-treatment sips, and the mesmerizing experience of having four hands transport you […]


Federal Distilling Opening in Kensington

Philadelphia is getting another new distillery. Federal Distilling is coming to 161 Cecil B. Moore Avenue (next to Keystone Mini Golf) in the Kensington neighborhood. The […]