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coronavirus reopen
City Life

Philly Is Inching Towards Reopening the Economy. But What Will the New “Open for Business” Look Like?

As parts of the Pennsylvania economy start to re-open, moving from “red” to “yellow” under Governor Tom Wolf’s stoplight-color-coded guidelines, Philadelphia remains parked in lockdown. […]

Business

How Ten Thousand Villages Is Surviving the Retail Apocalypse

Ten Thousand Villages is a global maker-to-market store that boasts more than 50 locations nationwide. The retailer prides itself on its fair trade practices, sustainability […]

fashion district
Business

Will Fashion District Succeed Where the Gallery Failed?

The American mall is dead. Or is it? On the one hand, there are the raw numbers: By April 2019, retailers had already announced they […]

cashless store ban
City Life

Philly Says It Needs More Time to Ban Cashless Stores

Leave it to Philadelphia city government to pass meaningful legislation, then fumble at the one-yard line. Back in February, City Council approved a bill that […]

Business

Here’s Every New Store at the King of Prussia Mall and Everything Opening Soon

Luxury is the name of the game at the revamped King of Prussia mall. The ever-expanding mega shopping center underwent renovations to its plaza wing […]

Business

Here’s Every New Store on Walnut Street and Everything Coming Soon

Walnut Street is evolving, and we’re here for it. The luxury Center City shopping corridor between Broad and 18th has undergone a lot of changes […]

Business

Grand Opening Date Set for Former Gallery Mall

From a few exterior angles, the former Gallery mall might look like it could open its doors within the next few months. But as we’ve […]

cheap activewear
Be Well Philly

16 Places to Buy Cheap Activewear That’s Actually Cute

For folks who work out regularly — say three-plus times a week — outfitting yourself for these sweat sessions can prove to be an expensive […]

Business

I Love My Job: Philly Buffalo Exchange Manager on Why He Doesn’t Take Most of Your Clothes

Imagine being able to influence the closets of thousands of Philadelphians, from the shoes they rock one summer to the accessories they hold on to […]

Be Well Philly

7 Philly Stores That Host Tons of Super-Cheap Fitness Events

Here in Philly, there’s rarely a lack of cheap (or free!) workouts going on around the city — which totally helps to supplement all those $30 boutique […]

Be Well Philly

I Work 6 Different Jobs as a Full-Time Fitness Professional. Here’s What My Week Looks Like.

Welcome to Sweat Diaries, Be Well Philly’s look at the time, energy, and money people invest in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle in Philly. For each Sweat Diary, […]

Be Well Philly

This Free Sunday Morning Yoga Class Ends With a DIY Avocado Toast Bar

We always thought that there couldn’t be a better combination than avocado and toast, but coming to Athleta’s Rittenhouse location this Sunday is a combination that takes […]

Be Well Philly

The 9 Best Stores for Workout Clothes and Gear in the Philadelphia Area

If you work out more than twice a week, chances are you have a sizeable closet or drawer of workout clothes. It’s kind of totally […]

Be Well Philly

Mesh Leggings and Gym Face Wipes: What Barre3’s Stephanie Grimes Can’t Go a Week Without

If you’ve ever taken a class at Barre3 Rittenhouse, you were probably initially struck by the beauty and opulence of the studio. Shortly thereafter, you […]

Business

Main Line to Get Another Small-Format Target

Target has plans to continue building out its small-format footprint throughout the Philadelphia region this fall. The company expects to open a brand new store […]