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UPDATE: This Weekend: Shoppist’s Pop-Up Market at the Midtown Village Fall Festival

UPDATE: Due to the weather forecast, we’ve made the decision to cancel our Shoppist Pop-Up Market at tomorrow’s Midtown Village Fall Festival. (Sadly, tables of small gift goods and […]

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Your Weekend Fitness Guide: The Rescue Run, Free Barre, Bike MS and More

The weekend is almost upon us, friends. There’s plenty going on to keep you busy, of course — free barre and yoga, the Rescue Run […]

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Outdoor Yoga All Over the Place — And Lots More Fit Fun This Weekend

With the dog days of summer (hopefully?) behind us, fun, outdoor fitness options are really picking up around town. Take this weekend, for example: We’ve got […]


The Ultimate Beauty Event Goes Down Saturday Morning at Bloomingdale’s

Some things are impossible to find: a manicure that lasts longer than three weeks, a Chanel bag that costs less than four figures, a good reason […]

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10 Coolest Fitness and Foodie Events in Philly This Month: September 2015

Get your calendars ready, people. September is shaping up to be a jam-packed month, as far fitness fun goes. From trail runs to glow-in-the-dark yoga to […]


Philly’s First Rooftop Flea Market Happening Saturday at Whole Foods

Clear your Saturday afternoon because a local flea market for a good cause  is coming to a rooftop near you. Whole Flea, aptly named as it […]


There’s a Huge, Must-Shop Vintage Sale Tomorrow

One of my favorite vintage shops in the area, Malena’s Vintage, is tucked on a corner of semi-sleepy West Gay Street in West Chester. I’ve found […]


Stephen Starr Sells Catering Arm

Stephen Starr has sold his Starr Events catering division – a $40 million business – to TrustHouse Services. The deal gives TrustHouse, a top-six contract food […]

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Local Author Pens Debut Novel About Post-Graduation Blues

Moorestown native Jenni Fink’s debut novel, Sentenced to Life, reaches out to the millennial generation and assures us we’re doing just fine. “I tried to think […]

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Larry Holmes to Perform in One-Man Show on Friday

Larry Holmes is doing a Don King impression, but he sounds more like The Count from Sesame Street. He’s on a stage at Chickie’s and […]


InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor Kicks Off Tonight

Buying art can be a tricky proposition, and to less-than-savvy shoppers it seems pretty black and white: Either you invest thousands in a museum-worthy piece or […]


Shopping Heaven: Egan Day Is Having a Flea Market This Weekend

Egan Day is easily one of my favorite shops in the entire city. First, just look at it. Everything in it is gorgeous, from the fine jewelry (much of […]

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Marc Vetri Hosts Annual Great Chefs Event at Navy Yard

More than 1,200 guests attended the 10th annual Great Chefs Event on Tuesday, June 9th. The yearly eating party thrown by Philadelphia super-chef Marc Vetri was […]

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Aziz Ansari Coming to Philly on Modern Romance Book Tour

Standup comedian and Parks and Recreation star Aziz Ansari just announced his 10-city tour in promotion of his new book, Modern Romance. One of those stops—the […]


Behold the 230 Pound Mortadella

Last year, Brad Spence prepared a 210 pound mortadella for the Vetri Foundation’s Great Chefs Event after party. And since it is the tenth anniversary […]