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Finally, Philly Gets Cheap, Non-Stop Flights to Copenhagen

Check phillymag.com each morning Monday through Thursday for the latest edition of Philly Today. And if you have a news tip for our hardworking Philly […]

Life & Style

How to Enjoy New York City Over Winter Break

Rockefeller Center is bustling. Broadway has reopened in a big way. Here’s the Philadelphian’s guide to visiting New York City over the holidays. How to […]

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How to Spend a Weekend in NYC’s Hudson Yards

It’s clear why New Yorkers don’t like Hudson Yards: It puts them face-to-face with how the rest of the world sees Manhattan — as a […]


Monday Morning TL;DR: New York Is Over

Yeah. Over. There always comes a moment in any movement, any scene, where the core dissolves and begins to spread. Think rap music and punk rock. […]


Cook and Solo Open Dizengoff in New York

This Wednesday, Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook will open their first restaurant outside of Philadelphia. The dynamic duo are opening a branch of Dizengoff in Chelsea […]


Philadelphia: Leading Exporter of Restaurants

Last week, the Washington Post published an article about the Philadelphia restaurateurs coming to Washington D.C. and wondered if the next export from Philadelphia might be the Liberty […]


Dizengoff NYC Named One of the World’s Most Exciting Restaurant Openings

Bloomberg Business named Dizengoff’s opening in New York’s Chelsea Market as one of the 26 most exciting restaurant openings in the world this spring. The first […]

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Opera Philadelphia to Make Historic Apollo Theater Debut

Today’s historic announcement by Opera Philadelphia may be, by far, a much more significant one than their heavily publicized O17 festival: They’ll be bringing the first […]

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The Philadelphian’s Guide to Weekend Theater in New York City

The holiday season is almost here – often a perfect time for a weekend visit to New York City. For me, almost by definition, that […]


CooknSolo Opening a Dizengoff in New York

This weekend a tipster alerted Eater NY to a permit for a Dizengoff in New York’s Chelsea Market. CooknSolo principal Steve Cook acknowledged to Michael Klein on Sunday […]


Tommy Up and PYT Opening in New York

Tommy Up may be facing competition in Philadelphia with the announcement that Mark Wahlberg’s Wahlbergers is coming to the Piazza, but the PYT frontman is […]

City Life

Delran’s Carli Lloyd to Be on Sports Illustrated Cover

Sports Illustrated is honoring the 2015 U.S. Women’s World Cup championship team in a way no other team has been honored before. In an “unprecedented” move […]

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PHOTOS: Philly’s War on Drugs, Strand of Oaks, Districts Head to Randall’s Island for Governors Ball 2015

New York has long proven a precarious, star-crossed market for festival promoters due to restrictions over noise and congestion, competition with the city’s cultural calendar […]

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A Tale of Two Verdis, a 100 Miles Apart

The fact that two major opera companies within 100 miles of each other are concurrently staging Verdi’s Don Carlo has caught national attention: Opera Philadelphia’s […]

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New York City: A Travel Guide for Savvy Philadelphians

We’ve got the Pope. We’ve got the millennials. We’ve got Top Chefs. You know what all that means? We don’t need to be frenemies with […]