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The Flower Show, the Color of Science, the Harlem Globetrotters, Bassem Youssef, GZA, Two Piece Fest, Bill Frissell, Robert Cray and more.
11 Ways to Combat the Winter Blues, According to Philly Wellness Pros
Here’s how Philly health and wellness pros overcome the dreaded mid-winter slump.
Where to Eat On Your Monday Off, According to Philly Chefs
If you’re lucky enough to have a long weekend coming up, here are the best spots to go on your extra lazy day, according to the chefs who love them.
NextUp: This Company Is Using Gene Therapy to Target Rare Eye Diseases
Ocugen has developed a new platform that could help bring greater attention to underserved areas of ophthalmology.
Penn Professor: American Idol Would Be a Better Way to Elect a President
After the debacle of Iowa, one political scientist explains why a reality TV show, starring the presidential candidates, would be the best way to whittle down the field.
Just Listed: Modern Bi-Level Condo in Francisville
Five years young, loaded with style, and topped with a great roof deck.
A Philly Company Wants to Make Buying Pregnancy and Ovulation Tests Stress-Free
With Stix, you’ll have no more awkward drugstore encounters.
A whole lot, actually. Here are 10 ways the city can prepare for airport flooding, climate migrants, and destruction at the Shore.
A Pro Hockey Player’s Romantic At-Home Wedding in Easton
The Italian celebration included pasta stations, wedding cookies, and a surprise delivery of 30 Domino’s pizzas.
The Opioid Crisis Is Worsening Homelessness in Philly. Solving the Problem Is a Matter of Survival
On any given night, more than a thousand people are sleeping on the streets of our city.
Foglietta Plaza May Be Philly’s Most Criminally Underused Public Space
Everyone agrees it could be much more, but nobody agrees on what it should actually be.
A Twist of Fate Led a Main Line Doc and Her Patient on a Fight for Sexual Assault Victims’ Rights
It wasn’t until a patient revealed her abuse at the hands of Larry Nassar that psychiatrist Liz Goldman decided to go public with her own sexual assault in the Lower Merion School District.
Best Thing: The Great Gritty Acquittal
Oh ye of little faith …
Our annual list, featuring 341 people, places, and things we love.
Midcentury Modern Split-Level in Mt. Airy
It may look like a typical 1950s split-level on the outside, but there’s nothing typical about it at all.
I Love My Job: Lagos Founder and Creative Director Steven Lagos on How Strong, Smart Women Inspire His Designs
With Valentine’s Day — a.k.a. jewelry season — approaching, the renowned designer talks about what it takes to keep a four-decade-old business fresh and why he has no plans to ever leave Philadelphia.
This Local Therapist Wants You to Achieve Work-Life Balance by Prioritizing Intimacy
She coaches Philadelphians through tough work and relationship transitions as a Balance and Relationship Advisor.
Every Dish You Should Be Eating This Month
Emotional support cookies, pan mee, and wintertime tiki drinks.