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How TV Anchor Dana Perino Is Covering the News and Staying Fit from the Shore

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

Be Well Philly

This Penn Med Student Is Balancing Virtual Lectures With At-Home Yoga

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 […]

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(Re-)Planning Your Wedding? These Local Vendors Are (Virtually) Here to Help

Whether you’re rethinking your wedding plans or using newfound free time to get ahead on them, now is a perfect moment to work with vendors […]

Be Well Philly

7 Ways to Stay Motivated Despite a Postponed Race

This time of year normally means two things for runners: the tail-end of training and the beginning of race season. But as coronavirus would have […]

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Chuck Peruto Explains Why He Must Run Against Larry Krasner for Philly D.A.

Though we have a lot to get through before then — e.g. coronavirus and, you know, picking a president — Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner […]

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The Philadelphian’s Guide to Hosting a (Small!) Dinner Party

(Note: While gatherings of 25 people or less are currently acceptable, Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley has cautioned that there’s still a risk with gatherings […]

Be Well Philly

15 Black Fitness and Health Pros in Philly to Follow on Instagram

As protests and riots for the Black Lives Matter movement are filling the streets of Philadelphia, one of the simplest ways to support the Black […]

City Life

Permits, Parking and Kiddie Pools: How to Throw a Raging Philly Block Party This Year

The first mention of the phrase “block party” in the pages of the Philadelphia Inquirer didn’t come until 1902. Once Philly discovered the block party, […]

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Be Well Philly

Biking Was Big in Philly Even Before the Pandemic. Then the Past Year Sent it Skyrocketing

Local bikers are noticing a swell of traffic on their usual routes. Actually, more like a tsunami. In the first two and a half weeks […]

City Life

Meet the 2.5 Percent: Philly’s Black Business Owners in Fashion

“Meet the 2.5 Percent” is a bi-weekly series that features stories from entrepreneurs and business owners working to recover from COVID-19, as well as damage […]