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Ranked: All the Herr’s Potato Chip Flavors

Click to read more stories from this week’s Philadelphia Sunday. Not a subscriber? Sign up for free! Lay’s potato chips might have their whole “Do […]

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Philly Among Worst Cities for Drivers, WalletHub Says

If it wasn’t already obvious based on your morning commute — or Sandy Hingston’s — Philadelphia is a really bad city for drivers. WalletHub found that Philly […]

City

Penn Named Best University … Security

The University of Pennsylvania’s public safety division ranked first in its sector in the annual Security 500 rankings from Security magazine. It was the eighth […]

City

Philadelphia Named Best City to Be a Vampire

In what is perhaps the most scientific and important poll in recent memory, Philadelphia has been named the best city to be a vampire. Finally, […]

City Life

Hilariously, Penn Students Named Most Polite in Nation

If there’s one reputation Penn students have, it’s being impolite — especially to workers in the service industry. Penn kids reportedly tipped 40 cents at McGlinchey’s earlier […]

City

Great Adventure, Hersheypark Top Disney Parks in Ranking

USA Today recently announced its 10 best theme parks. With the caveat that this is a readers’ choice award, we bring you the exciting news […]

Property

Morning Headlines: PA and NJ Are in “20 Worst States to Make a Living”

The website MoneyRates.com has published research results that rank the 50 states according to a proprietary metric they call Compensation and Quality Factor pertaining to employment. […]

City Life

Philadelphia Named 6th Best City for Singles

Pat yourself on the back, single people. According to rent.com, Philadelphia is the sixth-best city for singles in the country. Before you get too excited, […]

Property

Philadelphia Is One of 20 Most Walkable Metros

Next City reports today on Foot Traffic Ahead: Ranking Walkable Urbanism in America’s Largest Metros, a report by the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George […]

Property

Springfield, PA Ranks High on “Most Like The Simpsons” List

Estately Real Estate Search analyzed 11 different data sets to arrive at its rankings of which actual cities most resemble the fictional Springfield portrayed on “The Simpsons.”  The […]

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Is Philly One of the “Smartest” Cities in the World?

Spain’s IESE Business School at the University of Navarra, which is not a dependent clause we’ve typed on this blog before, has released its Cities […]

City Life

Philadelphia Law Firm Is 12th Highest-Grossing in Nation

American Lawyer magazine released its annual Am Law 100 list of the highest-grossing law firms in the United States, and six Philadelphia firms are on […]

City Life

Philadelphia a Top City for Dating, Somehow Worse Than Richmond

Congratulations, Philadelphians! We made it on to some stupid list again, and now I’m blogging about it. This time it’s from Zillow, who we last […]

City Life

Comcast Among Most Gay-Friendly Workplaces

Comcast has been named as one of the most gay-friendly companies in which to work in the country. The HRC’s 2013 Corporate Equality Index has released […]

City Life

Esquire Loves These Gay Dads

Steven and Roger Ham are raising 12 kids in Arizona, a state that bans gay marriage and adoption. Esquire honors them about the 10 Best Dads in the country.