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City Life

Photos of a Mostly Empty Philly During the Coronavirus Shutdown

One could look at these photos of Philly’s mostly empty streets shared by photojournalists and Instagrammers as something from an apocalyptic nightmare. But we’re choosing […]

City Life

This Local Photographer’s New Book Features 56 Stunning Photos of Women at Work

Chris Crisman was raised in rural Pennsylvania by parents he describes as “undeniably DIY.” They heated their home — about 100 miles north of Pittsburgh […]

City Life

Wonder What the Eagles Offensive Line Looks Like Nude? It’s Your Lucky Day.

The offensive line of the Philadelphia Eagles is generally understood to be one of the team’s best assets. A bunch of algorithms and analytics could probably prove that […]

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Life & Style

How to Take Non-Cheesy Family Photos

Best family photographer Heather McBride gives her best advice for creating living-room-worthy portraits. Get out of the studio. A great photo captures who your family is […]

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City Life

A Philly Photographer’s Wrenching Images of the Migrant Caravan in Mexico

While the rest of us were watching the migrant caravan in Mexico on our TVs last fall, Philadelphia photographer Ada Trillo left her two teenage […]

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City Life

A Philly Photographer on His Decade of Documenting the Opioid Epidemic

Jeffrey Stockbridge did not come to photograph the opioid epidemic in Philadelphia by seeking it out. He spent his time, as a photography student at […]

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City Life

How You Can Help Us Tell the Story of #OneDayInPhilly

There are 1.56 million people in Philadelphia. (And 4.5 million more in our suburbs.) That means every morning when the sun rises, millions of people go […]

City Life

Yes, This South Philly Artist Is Exhibiting Photos of Dogs Pooping

I don’t know about you, but when I see a dog having a moment on the sidewalk, I tend to look away and give it […]

Things to Do

Movies: An Art that Nature Makes

As a photographer and author, Rosamond Purcell specializes in summoning the beauty of things otherwise considered past their prime: dead birds, rotting wood, rusty appliances. […]

Be Well Philly

This Man Wants to Acro Yoga Lift 10,000 People, and the Photos Are Absolutely Stunning

Everyone has goals. Maybe they’re to lose weight. Maybe they’re to get a promotion. Maybe they’re to finally move out of mom and dad’s basement. Even so, it’s […]

City Life

PHOTOS: We’re Obsessed With This Drone Pro’s Shots of Philly

Meet Chip Starr, a 20-year-old tech student who’s making us discover our unexpected love for drone photos. With seemingly everyone buying drones (did anyone else’s dad ask for one […]

Things to Do

See Chuck Close Up Close

Photography has always at the heart of Chuck Close’s artwork, the painter famously recreating portraits on a massive scale. It was often portrayed as an […]

City Life

OPINION: The Ben Franklin Bridge Climbers and the Pursuit of “Art”

Two young men dressed all in black climbed to the top of the Ben Franklin Bridge last week, and the people down below wanted to […]

City Life

Philly Prof’s New Book Treats Wildwood Motels Like the Works of Art They Are

It all started with the Garden State Parkway. The roadway’s construction — complemented by the postwar boom period — led to the birth of the Wildwoods. The […]

Shoppist

The 13 Most Stylish Philly Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow Immediately

Instagram isn’t just a social media platform; it’s a way of life. Millions of people post millions of photos on the ’Gram everyday, in the hopes […]