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Chef Tyler Akin on Reviving a Century-Old Hotel Dining Room in the Middle of a Pandemic

“There was a time, in the heyday of the Green Room, when people came all the way from the Main Line and Philadelphia to eat […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

Black-Owned Philly-Area Wedding Planners, Florists and Decor Pros to Know

There are numerous ways to show support for the Black community here in Philadelphia, and one of them is by intentionally investing in the vendors […]

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City Life

DA Investigating “Shocking” Video of Police Incident in Kohl’s Parking Lot

UPDATE 5/19/2020: Click here to see just-released police bodycam footage from the May 3rd incident. There’s a video making the rounds on social media of […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

This Pretty Purple Wedding Begins With a Shot at the Bar For the First Look

Nervous before your nuptials? Here’s an idea: Take notes from this Delaware bride and groom who held their first look at a bar — shots […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

A Stylish Cinco de Mayo Wedding Infused With Chinese Traditions

Want your wedding to be equal parts Philly, family-oriented and fun? Take notes from this Glen Foerd on the Delaware wedding photographed by Pat Furey. […]

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City Life

A Main Line Developer Is Making a Movie About an Upper Darby Bar

Many, many movies have been based on, inspired by, or set in Philadelphia. Upper Darby? Not so much. But Main Line real estate developer Greg […]

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Property

On the Market: Updated Dutch Colonial in Springfield

Approach this dignified Dutch Colonial house for sale from the street, and you probably have a mental picture of its inside forming in your head: […]

City Life

What to Know About “Flesh-Eating” Bacteria in the Delaware Bay

You’re going to want to file this one under “all the terrifying ways climate change is affecting our planet.” A study published on Tuesday warns that […]

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Foobooz

Lansdowne Is No Longer a Dry Town

Thanks to a referendum approved by Lansdowne voters in yesterday’s election, restaurants in the Delaware County borough will be able to sell alcohol in the […]

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City Life

We’ve Found the Ultimate State of the Union Watch Party for Trump Fans

If you’re looking for a bar where you can watch Donald Trump deliver his State of the Union address on Tuesday night at 9 p.m. […]

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Foobooz

17 Great Places to Eat on Columbus Boulevard and Delaware Avenue

When you think of Philly’s great restaurant neighborhoods, places like Rittenhouse, Fishtown, and East Passyunk come to mind. And although the city’s eastern artery, Columbus Boulevard […]

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City Life

Delco Man Charged With Making “Weapons of Mass Destruction”

The Delaware County District Attorney’s Office has announced the arrest of 24-year-old Collingdale resident Lemar King on charges that he was “manufacturing weapons of mass […]

Philadelphia Wedding

The Groomsmen Wore Head-to-Toe Pink at This Pretty Garden Wedding

You can’t really go wrong with a wedding that looks straight from a fairy tale, and Dominique Monet Mason and Alphonso Rogers Jr.‘s August wedding at The Waterfall in […]

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City Life

Delaware County Woman Finds Alligator Roaming in Her Backyard

A Delaware County woman found an alligator hanging out in her creek on Sunday. According to 6ABC, Tracie Hoffecker discovered the reptile in her yard in Prospect Park […]

City Life

Upper Darby Student Stabbed on Last Day of School, Say Police

A 15-year-old freshman at Upper Darby High School in Delaware County was hospitalized on Monday after he was stabbed and slashed several times by a […]