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City Life

Why I, Like So Many in My Generation, Can’t Make Up My Mind About Having Kids

It seems like it used to be easier. Or at least that there wasn’t much deliberation involved. First comes love, Then comes marriage, Then comes […]

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Foobooz

Millennial-Owned Restaurants Are Changing the Way We Dine

In Philly, restaurant trends have their time and place. Take 2013, when every local bakery started serving its own version of the New York cronut. […]

City Life

Thomas and Gilmore Richardson Win in Council Primary, Heralding Arrival of Next Generation

With strong performances in Tuesday’s City Council at-large primary, community advocate Isaiah Thomas, 34, and former chief of staff Katherine Gilmore Richardson, 35, are poised […]

Business

The Case for Why Millennial Women Should Definitely Job-Hop

Lazy. Social media-obsessed. Uncommitted. The everyday messages we hear about millennial workers paint them as workplace disruptors of the most undesirable kind. With their short […]

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Foobooz

Center City’s New Pink, Plant-Filled Wine Bar and Restaurant Is Ready for Your Instagram

Last month, we told you that Blume, a natural wine and cocktail-focused bar and restaurant, would replace cider-heavy sports bar Cinder (1500 Locust Street). Now, Blume will open, […]

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City Life

Millennials! Get Over Your Blankies and Stuffed Animals and Grow Up Already!

I was leafing through my copy of Us Weekly the other day — hey, I’m trying to save a dying industry here — when I […]

City Life

This 26-Year-Old Latino Biologist Wants to Become Philly’s First Gay Councilman

Adrian Rivera-Reyes, a Penn grad and labor organizer, announced on Wednesday his bid for an at-large seat on Philadelphia City Council. Rivera-Reyes says he is […]

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City Life

How Millennials Killed Mayonnaise

I write this in the dead of summer, always a bittersweet season — why is it we got summers off from school for all those […]

City Life

What You Can Expect at Philly’s First-Ever “Millennial Forum”

The millennial generation’s influence in Philadelphia is strong and growing, and not just because new data shows that millennials were the only age group in Philly […]

Business

Corporations, Here’s Why Young Professionals Are Losing Faith in You

Company loyalty among millennials is waning. As worldwide social and political unrest continues to permeate all aspects of everyday life, young workers are bringing the […]

City Life

Whatever Happened to Generation X?

My dad thinks my brother and I worry too much. Or not too much, he clarifies, but just that we worry. A lot. About everything. […]

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Foobooz

Your Parents Will Love These 23 Philly Restaurants

A visit from the parents can be stressful, no matter how great your relationship is. But even the happiest family outings can run into trouble when […]

City Life

Why Nicole Allen White Decided to Take On the Pennsylvania Society

The Rundown Age: 31 Occupation: Director of government and external affairs at the Art Museum. Side gigs: Chair of Mayor’s Millennial Advisory Committee; vice chair […]

City Life

The Kids Are All Red: Socialism Rises Again in the Age of Trump

It’s one of those final, bittersweet Fridays of the summer, and a dozen people are crowded around a picnic table at the El Bar in […]

Foobooz

Here’s How Beer Can Boost Your Creativity

So here we are. Yet another Monday morning. And if you’ve found your way here, it’s probably because you want to see why everyone is […]