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Foobooz

The Philadelphian’s Guide to a Stress-Free Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and so is all the stress, drama and that terrible taste of failure that often comes with cooking a traditional dinner […]

Business

Is Curalate Philly’s Most Successful Start Up?

PART I In which Apu Gupta models a bra on his birthday Consider the photo Apu Gupta snapped of himself one day last summer on […]

City Life

The Other Part of Womanhood No One Told Me About

When I was in grade school, one of our hippie teachers told us the story of making soup out of his new baby’s placenta — […]

City Life

Society Hill is Closed

Dozens of little distress signals call out from the front windows of historic brick houses on the quiet streets of one of Philadelphia’s oldest neighborhoods. […]

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City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Melania Trump Called for an End to Cyberbullying

City Life

What the Philly Grocery Store Boom Is Really About

In early 2008, not long after I came out of a not-excellent relationship, landed a new job and moved to Philadelphia, I found my soul […]

City Life

People Say This Scranton Hotel Is Haunted

I’m heading to Scranton to talk to a dead man. A couple of them, maybe, depending on how things go. The two-hour ride up the […]

Foobooz

Five Family-Style Meals to Try in Philly Restaurants Now

The way we eat today — mixing and matching and plate-sharing — can make ordering when you’re out with a large group a challenge. Which […]

City Life

Can SEPTA Win Back Rail Riders After a Season of Extreme Discontent?

Regional Rail service is finally back to normal on SEPTA. That means we can all go back to what we were doing before 30 percent […]

City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Three New Kinds of Dogs!

Things to Do

Philly Nightlife Calendar: The 27 Best Things to Do in November

The Legend of Georgia McBride Through Nov. 27 at Arden // A drag queen-led musical comedy starring Dito van Reigersberg of Martha Graham Cracker fame. “The […]

Things to Do

27 Ways to Celebrate Halloween Season in Philadelphia

Halloween is fast approaching, friends, so it’s high time you locked down your plans. To help you out, we’ve rounded up 27 Halloween events happening around town, […]

Shoppist

The Busy Philadelphian’s No-Sweat Entertaining Guide

For Dinnerware: Scarlett Alley Supplement your existing tableware arsenal at this Old City boutique, which stocks a comprehensive assortment of table necessities ranging from tortoiseshell […]

Things to Do

15 Fall Festivals and Autumn Outings You Can’t Miss This Year

It’s time to celebrate the best season of the year, Philadelphia. We survived the swampy heat of summer, and now it’s cool, crisp days for […]

Shoppist

Look Inside 10 of Philly’s Most Enviable Closets

There isn’t much in life that’s more personal than our wardrobes — they’re where we stow our personal artifacts, pile our favorite things (and dirty […]