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As Philly Coronavirus Cases Decrease, a Related Danger Emerges: Heat Exposure

When the COVID-19 pandemic began, there was an initial line of thinking that the virus would be the great equalizer: Anyone could get sick, rich […]

NextHealth PHL

10 Ways to Keep Your Family Safe From Coronavirus This Summer

The school year has officially come to an end and many families are preparing for a summer burdened by unprecedented social restrictions due to the […]

City Life

By Hiding Positive Coronavirus Test, Pa. Republicans Proved They Consider Democrats Illegitimate

The Pennsylvania legislature does not have a reputation as one of the world’s great deliberative bodies. But even if we lower the bar from “great” […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Coronavirus Wedding Diaries: We Got Married With an Emergency Self-Uniting License

Since April 6th, the Philadelphia Register of Wills has only issued virtual marriage licenses for self-uniting ceremonies in emergency situations. In that time, the ROW […]

Foobooz

How a Philly Chef Is Using Tamales to Support Immigrant Workers During Coronavirus

“The biggest lesson of this is that when you have a community of people who want to support an idea, you can get things done […]

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City Life

Philly Coronavirus News: Woman Accused of Spitting on People at Di Bruno Bros.

Update: Philly police have made an arrest for the Di Bruno Bros. spitting incidents. The defendant is a 27-year-old woman named Jacqueline McBride. Click on […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

What It’s Like to Have a Virtual Bridal Shower During Coronavirus

If the coronavirus outbreak has taught us anything, it is how to use technology to share special moments with those we love, even when they […]

City Life

Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Philadelphia Can Be a Model for Crisis-Response Journalism

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, significant public health consequences have resulted from a trust gap between our neighbors and news and government institutions. […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Coronavirus Wedding Diaries: How My Groom Is Coping With Our Postponement

The coronavirus crisis has upended life in Philly (and across the country) in more ways than we can count. With the strictest guidelines first focused on […]

City Life

Coronavirus Outbreak Reveals Philly at Its Absolute Best — and Utter Worst

A week ago, I was able to buy toilet paper and bleach in abundance at my nearby CVS. I did this while planning a dinner […]