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The City Commissioners have opened seven “satellite election offices,” with 10 more to come soon, where you can register to vote and cast a ballot — technically a mail-in ballot — before Election Day.
The No-B.S. Guide to COVID-19 Testing in Philadelphia
There are many places where you can get tested for coronavirus in Philadelphia. Here’s the information you’ll need to choose the right one.
Philly to Honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg With 2020 Liberty Medal
Plus: More peaceful (and not-so-peaceful) protests and demonstrations in Philly. And the Great Philadelphia Trash Debacle of 2020 continues.
7 Breweries to Visit by Bike, According to Philly Cyclists
Here’s where to grab a post-ride brew.
Philly Restaurants That Are Miraculously Opening in a Pandemic
City-defining French brasseries, small neighborhood bistros, and fast-casual sandwich shops — all, somehow, opening up, against all odds.
Just Listed: Contemporary Rancher in Ambler
Actually, this stone-clad beauty is one part ranch, one part ski lodge.
Meet the Startup Founders Fighting Food Waste, One Avocado at a Time
Their new antioxidant-packed drink, Reveal, is the perfect zero-waste chaser to your avocado toast.
These Are the Worst Four Words You Can Tell Philly Voters Right Now
Why it’s time to stop using fear as a tactic to drive your friends and neighbors to the polls in November.
Mayor Kenney Is Backed Into One Hell of a Corner Over the Parkway Encampment
What is going to happen when the city goes in to remove the encampment — or, as the judge put it, “terminate” the encampment — while journalists and citizens with their cell phone cameras stand by?
Real Talk: We Put a Down Payment on a House Instead of Spending on a Big Wedding
The couple had a small brunch ceremony then hosted the after-party at their home.
Modern Victorian in Logan Square
This handsome Victorian has a secret. To discover it, just walk through its front door.
State Rep Chris Rabb Wants to Give $65,000 a Year to People Who Are Wrongfully Convicted
The Northwest Philly legislator is introducing a bill that would pay ex-prisoners an annual stipend for each year they wrongly served in prison. Currently they receive nothing.
A Lesson in Forgiveness from the Woman Who Was Punched in a Philly Church on Sunday
“I hope that she learns to love the Lord and maybe even come back to Mass someday and is respectful,” Sarah Contrucci told Action News. The puncher isn’t currently facing any charges.
SoulCycle Is Launching Daily Outdoor Classes in Ardmore
The open-air cycling classes will be “Silent Disco” style with headsets.
NextUp: Roundtrip Is Removing Transportation Barriers From Healthcare
The local company created digital tools that make it easier for patients to commute to doctor visits. During the pandemic, they’ve also helped health workers get to their jobs.
The Wines of the Summer, According to Philly Wine Pros
Sparkling rosés, pet-nats from Lebanon, and the only red wine you should be drinking when the weather’s like this.