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Dilworth Park’s Rink and Wintergarden Open This Week With Phillies Flair

Now that Halloween is over, holiday season is apparently fair game. So if you’re looking to get festive early, Dilworth Park is on it. Today, […]

Foobooz

12 Philly Coffee Shops Where You Can Pretend You Have an Office

Sometimes you need to get out of your home for a couple of hours in order to be productive. Whether you’re running from your roommate […]

City Life

What Will Happen to Center City if There’s Nowhere to Park?

In July, the 76ers unveiled a proposal to construct a new arena in Center City, adjacent to Chinatown. Public reaction was mixed and raised a […]

Property

With Newest Luxury Project Arthaus, Carl Dranoff Bets on Wellness Real Estate

I can tell something is bothering Carl Dranoff. The developer is alternately tapping and rubbing his left thumb with his right as he sits on […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

A Purple Royalty-Themed Engagement-Photo Session at Philly Landmarks

We’ve said it countless times, and we’ll say it again: Philly has no shortage of beautiful places to snap wedding photos — from engagement portraits […]

Foobooz

Where to Eat Halal in Philly

Philadelphia is an underrated destination for halal food, the method by which meat is prepared for permissible consumption in the Muslim community. Just like NYC, […]

Life & Style

Glossier to Bring Its ‘No-Makeup Makeup’ to Rittenhouse Row

You heard it here first — beauty brand Glossier will be opening a permanent store in Rittenhouse this fall. The Insta-famous makeup and skincare brand, […]

City Life

Post-COVID, Does Center City Have a Future?

If you ever find yourself awake at three o’clock in the morning and would like some company as you fret about whatever it is you’re […]

Foobooz

5 Spots for Center City Sips, Even If You Kind of Hate Center City Sips

After two years off, Center City Sips — also known as the event that turns the city into “one giant frat basement” in the summertime […]

Foobooz

The First-Time Visitor’s Guide to Dining in Philadelphia

Creating a restaurant to-do list for a first-time visitor is somewhat of a fool’s errand, since Philly is teeming with great versions of pretty much […]

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Property

A First Look at the Nearly Finished Arthaus

Of all the places I’ve lived over these 63 years, the one I remember most fondly is an apartment I lived in over a store […]

City Life

Here’s What Happened When I Turned the Tables on a Street Harasser

It was a Friday morning in Center City that was off to a good start. Then things got tense. I had wrapped up a monthly […]

City Life

ICYMI, Philly Police Made Sure to Defend the Free Speech of White Supremacists

On the night before your July 4th cookout, nearly 200 masked white supremacists armed with shields, flags and banners flocked to Center City to throw […]

City Life

Stop Assuming Black People Won’t Spend $100 at Dinner — and Look Amazing Doing So

“Black people like nice shit,” one of my best friends said while we were vacationing in my hometown of Houston. “What are these folks talking […]

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City Life

Why I Don’t Have a Problem With Steak 48’s $100 Minimum Dining Fee

One way to tell that restaurants are coming back: Restaurant drama is breaking out online. Take the debate raging in Philadelphia over the new policies […]