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AC Now: Last Call: My A.C.: Robert Irvine, Dinner: Impossible Star

• I love Steve Klawitter, the chef at Capriccio. He does a great osso buco. He’s a very creative young man. I trained him. His […]

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On the Market: Restored 1852 Townhouse in Rittenhouse Square

Before the Civil War, the area just west of Rittenhouse Square was known as “Goosetown.” Far from the ritzy neighborhood we know now, this area […]


More Philly Restaurants Are Announcing Vax-Only Policies

Howdy, buckaroos. Welcome back to the Weekly Roundup. We’re coming up on the dog days of August now. Under normal circumstances (remember those?), this is […]

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HughE Dillon: Academy Ball 2012

The Academy of Music celebrated 155 years with its annual concert and ball on Saturday night. It was a night filled with festivities all over […]


The 6 Big Trends in Philly Bars Right Now

1. Wine, Snoot-Free You’ve surely heard of natural wines, no? Those wines with the fun labels that are pouring at places like Walnut Street Café […]


Cocktails Anyone? Here’s What Guests Sipped at Foobooz La Fête

Philadelphia magazine threw a big two-night party at the Mann Music Center, and some of the top chefs in the city tagged along too. Foobooz […]

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10 Great Places for Stunning Scenic Views of Philadelphia

Philly is one of the prettiest cities in America. Don’t believe us? Check out the view from these scenic spots in Philadelphia, and you’ll soon […]


Where to Eat in East Passyunk

Whether you’re new to East Passyunk, you’ve been around the area forever or you’re stopping through for the night, getting your bearings — especially when […]


Where to Eat Italian in Philadelphia: The Ultimate Guide

Updated: 2/23/21 Philly never, ever gets tired of Italian food. The clearest proof yet: Even in the midst of a pandemic, the pasta just keeps […]

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Web Original: Our Barrymore Picks

Last night, at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre on Broad Street, the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia announced their nominations for the Barrymore Awards (the Tonys […]

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Movies: This Week in Strange Screenings

Frizzi 2 Fulci: Live Tribute To The Films Of Lucio Fulci @ Underground Arts | Wednesday, November 1 Okay, I’m getting off to a bad […]

Be Well Philly

Local Yoga Studio Wants to Bring Mindfulness to 20 Philly Schools

Verge Inspire, a new nonprofit helmed by Verge Yoga founder Cara Bradley and instructor Cheryl Nichols, plans to teach yearlong mindfulness and yoga classes in […]


BizFeed: Whole Foods Reveals Cheaper Supermarket Chain

1. Whole Foods For All The News: Long considered too expensive by many, Whole Foods revealed details about its highly anticipated, moderately priced grocery chain. It’ll be […]

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Becoming Bok: From Decommissioned School to South Philly’s Center of Creative Cool

From the outside, the Bok Building looks like an old trade school. From the inside — well, it still looks like an old trade school, […]

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50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia

Whether you want to be wowed with extravagance or are looking for a perfect plate of comfort food, here are the places giving us hope […]