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Things to Do

The Ultimate Guide to Philly’s Pop-Up Holiday Markets

Christmas Village For holiday shopping with an international flavor, stop by this open-air maze of pop-up shops in Love Park. In addition to the beer […]

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City Life

The PPA’s Free Parking Saturdays Starts This Week

Rejoice, rejoice: The Philadelphia Parking Authority’s holiday parking deal begins this week. This Saturday until New Year’s Day, metered and kiosk parking in the city will […]

City Life

Thanksgiving and Black Friday Around Philly: The Ultimate Guide

The most gluttonous day (or, for some of us, weekend) of the year is almost here. To help you make the most of your Philadelphia […]

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Be Well Philly

Where to Buy Local, Organic, and Free-Range Turkeys in Philly for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is nearly here! Make sure you’re prepared to wow your friends and family with a bird that tastes as good as it looks. Below, […]

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City Life

Gift-Wrapping Gritty Will Get You Hyped for the Holidays

Ah, Philly: Where, when the holidays roll around, we head to the Christmas Village, break out our jawnaments, and — now — watch our beloved […]

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City Life

Ice Skating and Tree Lighting: The Holiday Season Is Upon Us

Break out your ice skates, mittens, string lights and jawnaments, Philly: Holiday season is nigh. Sure, we’re still in early November, but we’ve nonetheless got […]

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City Life

Columbus Just Canceled Columbus Day. Philly Should Too.

The City of Columbus just canceled Columbus Day. That’s right: The Ohio city named after Christopher Columbus — one that once spent $95 million to […]

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City Life

Fun’s Over: Philly Students Returning to School Before Labor Day

In a first, Philadelphia public school students are heading back for their first day of school before Labor Day this year. Students will report on […]

Foobooz

Philly Restaurants Celebrating Passover and Easter

This year, the holidays fall quite close together on the calendar, with Easter falling on Sunday, April 1st and Passover running from Friday, March 30th through […]

Things to Do

Yuletide Terror: The Intersection of Bloody and Merry

I write about events on daily basis, so I can tell you: We’re deep into holiday horror season. This week, you can see Krampus at […]

Be Well Philly

The 10 Best Gifts for People Obsessed With Working Out

The fitness biz is booming, and that means that the number of things you can buy in the fitness biz is booming, too. Thankfully, Philadelphia […]

Things to Do

Your Bucket List for the Most Magical Holiday Season in Philadelphia

It’s already mid-December, and that means that we’ve got some serious holiday merry-making to get to. Whether that involves drinking hot cocoa — or drinking […]

Foobooz

Who’s Got the Best Christmas Decorations on East Passyunk?

It’s the time of year when even black-hearted grinches like me feel a warm glow when strolling past a particularly well-decorated house or an illuminated Jolly Trolley goes […]

City Life

What’s It Like to Wear the Big Red Suit?

Santa Bernard How do you deal with skeptical kids? If a child asks me if I’m the real Santa, I usually ask, “What do you […]

City Life

Check Out These Very Merry (and Over-the-Top) SEPTA Holiday Buses

Guess who was first to clue me into the official kickoff of the holiday season? No, it wasn’t Santa Embiid, although the Sixers did play […]