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Life & Style

Connoisseur: Wendell Holland’s Favorite Things

That’s right: West Philly resident Wendell Holland is a Penn Law grad, founder of furniture company Beve Unlimited, and the winner of last spring’s Survivor: […]

Life & Style

The Style and Beauty News You Need to Know This November

With cool new offerings from Philly makers, new beauty and waxing salons opening, brand new stores on the Main Line, and an awesome Eagles line […]

Life & Style

Will Our Obsession With Neighborhood Gear Ever End?

It started with a poster: the city skyline, up on people’s walls, in the early 2000s. Then it was “Philly” emblazoned in bold typeface on […]

Life & Style

Guys, Listen Up: This Is The Most Badass Topcoat We’ve Seen All Year

Tweed conjures up a certain image: an old man in a British pub, smoking a pipe. It telegraphs traditional and classy — it’s just never […]

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City Life

March Demanding Justice for Shantee Tucker Scheduled for Wednesday

This Wednesday, community members are planning a candlelight vigil to honor the memory of a Black transgender woman who was tragically killed last week on […]

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Why Are Philly Brides So Obsessed With This Risk-Taking Wedding Dress?

Philly is a big city, so it can’t really be defined by one wedding style. Just like any other major metropolitan area, we host classic […]

City Life

Philly Doesn’t Deserve the Mercy of the Black Men Arrested at Starbucks

Growing up in a southern Pentecostal church, I was constantly reminded of the divine act of showing grace. “Always forgive your enemies,” my grandmother would […]

City Life

Checking In on Philly’s Generation X

In 1995, this magazine profiled 30 of the city’s top Gen Xers (all then age 30 or under). We reached out to a few of […]

City Life

Philly Is a Boomer Town (Still)

Among Philly’s power elite, baby boomers — not to mention white dudes — still dominate. Here’s the generational breakdown of the region’s political, Fortune 500 […]

City Life

Philly’s Poverty Rate Is the Highest Among U.S. Big Cities

Pew Charitable Trusts’ Philadelphia Research Initiative released the findings of a new report on Wednesday that examined, in detail, our city’s poor. At 25.7 percent, […]

City Life

OPINION: I Hope Amazon HQ2 Doesn’t Come to Philly

Today is the deadline for cities to place their bids to host Amazon’s second headquarters. Philadelphia, along with Chicago, Houston, Boston and more than 50 other […]

City Life

Spitting in Philly’s Face, NFL Decides to Hold Next Draft in Dallas

Unable to resist capitalizing on the most viral moment in NFL Draft history, the league announced on Wednesday that its premier offseason event will head […]

City Life

We Want to Hear Your True Life Wawa Stories

I have plenty of Wawa memories that are pleasant: As a kid, picking up a paper with my dad to read about who blew the […]

City Life

OPINION: Philly Isn’t Charlottesville. It’s Worse.

“Who is more racist: The North or the South?” That is the age-old question I’m often asked when I tell people I moved to Philly […]

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Philly to Host Army-Navy Game in Five of Next Six Years

After several years of trading off hosting duties with Baltimore, Philadelphia has been named the official site for the Army-Navy Game in five of the […]