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In a Philly Mag exclusive, the trailblazing Democratic VP nominee opens up about tackling gun violence and homelessness, her criminal justice record, college debt, and why a vote for Biden is more than a vote against Trump.
A Philly Teacher Opens Up About What Really Happens in the Online Classroom
Ninth-grade history teacher Emily Simpson on Zoom technical difficulties, online classes of 30-plus students, 12-hour work days, and the occasional feel-good moments amid all the chaos.
Greenwood Will Be Philly’s First “Pro-Black” Supper Club
Elijah Milligan’s non-traditional pop-up dinner series will become two brick-and-mortar spaces by the end of 2021.
Unite Fitness Is Turning the 23rd Street Armory into a Huge Socially-Distanced Gym
The local boutique fitness studio is transforming the 14,000-square-foot building into a group workout space for 24 attendees at a time.
On the Market: 1797 Farmhouse in Cinnaminson
Life on the suburban frontier, 21st-century style.
COVID-19 Made Pa.’s Casinos Smoke-Free. Now Advocates Want to Make the Change Permanent.
Experts weigh in on the likelihood that Pennsylvania lawmakers would make coronavirus-caused smoke-free policies permanent beyond the pandemic.
Here’s Why You’re Suddenly Seeing 305 Fitness Pop Up in Philly
The New York-based dance cardio workout is switching to a certification model to be more nimble during the pandemic.
We Brought in Our Own Artwork to Make Our Wedding at Cairnwood Estate Feel Like Home
“For a lot of Black people, being in those spaces — while they are beautiful, it’s an emotionally charged experience.”
Philly Health Commissioner Refuses to Eat Indoors or Outdoors at Restaurants
As for the rest of you, it seems to come down to which Facebook neighborhood group you belong to. (Yes, we polled the people.)
How a New App Could Help Prevent Opioid Overdoses in Philadelphia
Researchers at Drexel University, who put the UnityPhilly app to the test in Kensington, now have plans to introduce the program citywide.
Just Listed: Converted Church in East Falls
A modern sanctuary lives within this historic chapel across from McMichael Park.
The Problem With “Feed Fatigue” and Other Excuses White People Make for Remaining Racist
White support for Black Lives Matter has been declining as we get closer to Election Day. Could a retreat to empathy — instead of the pursuit of more radical demands — be to blame?
The Liberal Philadelphia Weekly May Become a Conservative Alt-Weekly
When you can’t beat ’em, join ’em?
9 Gorgeous Orchards for Apple Picking Within an Hour Drive of Philly
Apple picking is a must-do for your fall bucket list.
Here Are All the Ways You Can Cast Your Ballot in the General Election
A pandemic is not an excuse to skip voting. These are the five options — including by mail and in person methods — that you have to get your ballot in.
This Local Doctor Wants to Make Healthcare More Accessible
Meet Vicky Borgia, one of our 2020 Health Hero semi-finalists.