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12 Philadelphia-Area Companies Make the Fortune 500 for 2018

Two local companies slipped off the list from last year while many others dropped in rank. To make the celebrated ranking, companies had to bring in at least $5.4 billion in revenue in 2017.


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Zahav Pastry Chef Camille Cogswell on Winning a James Beard Award

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Amtrak Is Adding Breastfeeding "Pods" to Their Philly, DC, and New York City Stations

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5 Shaded Trails to Run Around Philadelphia This Summer

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Free Flywheel Classes and Dessert Every Night: A Week in the Life of a Wellness Influencer

Welcome to Sweat Diaries, Be Well Philly’s look at the time, energy, and money people invest in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle in Philly. For each Sweat Diary, […]

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Temple Frat President Charged With Attempted Rape; Bail Set at $2 Million

Ari Goldstein, 21, was arrested on Tuesday, less than a month after Alpha Epsilon Pi was suspended following allegations of sexual assault at its frat parties.

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5 Family-Ready Rentals

Hassle-free living with room for your kids to boot.

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Skinny Jeans Inventor Claims QVC Stole Her Designs

Her slimming denim products have adorned the likes of Rachael Ray and Oprah Winfrey.

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Two Philly Restaurants Are Hosting Sexual Harassment Trainings

The Coalition for Restaurant Safety and Health will offer workshops in English and in Spanish next week.

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Nick Elmi Is Taking Over the PHS Pop-Up Garden for One Night

He and his chef friends are cooking up whole hog-inspired bites to end childhood hunger on May 23rd — and we’ve got a 20 percent off promo code for you.


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The Strange New World of the Philly College Student

The Strange New World of the Philly College Student

College is not the party you remember.

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

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

From pop-up beer gardens to indoor play spaces, our local libraries are about so much more than books these days.


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Police Arrest Man Seen Defacing Israeli Flag on Parkway

“Hate and anti-Semitism have no place in the city of Philadelphia,” Mayor Kenney said in response to the incident Tuesday.

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2018 Pa. Primary Results: Women Surge Toward Congress

Here’s who saw victory on Tuesday.

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I Love My Job: Philly Bike Messenger Joe Cox

In between delivering legal documents and fish — yes, fish — on his Kona hybrid bike, the 32-year-old South Philly transplant tries his best to bring a smile to your face... and to avoid getting doored.

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Penn Grads Least Likely to Stay in Philadelphia, Study Finds

Philly ranks in the top 10 nationally for attracting grads of other prestigious schools — but three-quarters of Penn students hit the road.

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I Bought the Same Food at 4 Different Philly Grocery Stores. Here’s How Much I Spent at Each.

Ever wondered how the prices really compare at Whole Foods, Acme, Trader Joe’s, and Aldi? This Philly food blogger has the answer.

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This Free Event Includes a Workout, Açaí Bowls, and a Self-Care Workshop

Head to Never Give Up in Manayunk for a celebration of Mental Health Month.

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An English Idyll in Mt. Airy for $380K

Handsome is as handsome does.

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How Close Is Pennsylvania to Implementing Legalized Sports Gambling?

A spokesman for the state Gaming Control Board says PA is “a step ahead” of most states thanks to a gambling expansion bill signed into law by Gov. Wolf last year.

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Your Guide to Outdoor Yoga in Philadelphia, the ’Burbs, and South Jersey

28 sessions, series, and pop-ups.

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