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City Life

How Snowstorms Help Philadelphia Redesign Its Streets

Apparently all the snow we’re getting this March could be good for something. A story published in the Boston Globe on Thursday highlighted an unexpected […]

City Life

Snowstorm Fallout: Late Openings, Power Outages, and SEPTA Delays

Good morning, Philly! It’s sunny and not snowing on Thursday. We made it through Wednesday’s winter storm, which brought the city about 6 inches of snow. […]

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PHOTOS: Scenes From Winter Storm Quinn in Philly

Can you believe it snowed this much in March? We can’t either. While some may have believed Philly’s declaration of a snow emergency was a tad […]

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John Bolaris Says He’s Blown His Last Forecast

John Bolaris blew the forecast. No, we’re not talking about his infamous and career-altering “Storm of the Century” blown forecast from 2001. We’re talking about […]


Restaurants and Bars Open in Philly During Winter Storm Quinn

Just when we thought spring was here and winter behind us, what does winter do? It comes back and tries to sneak in one last […]

City Life

PECO Outage Hell: Four Kids, Fast Food, and Six Days in a Motel

While most of the 600,000-plus people in the Philadelphia area who lost power after last week’s winter storm are comfortably sitting at home as a […]

City Life

What’s Open and Closed in Philly During Winter Storm Quinn

In response to reports that an estimated 4 to 12 inches of heavy snow and high winds will hit the area on Wednesday, the city […]

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Still Recovering From Friday’s Nor’easter, Philly Region Faces Another One

Let’s take a moment to send good vibes to the roughly 99,000 people in Philly and its surrounding counties who were still without power as of Sunday […]

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Light Snow Could Affect Wednesday’s Morning Commute

Snow flurries originally expected to affect Tuesday’s evening commute will hit the region a little later than expected, forecasters say. The National Weather Service has […]

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The Snow’s Not Over: Wintry Mix Could Make For an Icy Evening Commute

UPDATE: Philadelphia public and Archdiocesan schools will close at 1 p.m. on Monday due to inclement weather. All after-school activities are canceled. For a full […]

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Wind, Cold Remain Threats for Commuters After Snowstorm

Congrats, Philly. We made it through Thursday’s rather messy snowstorm. Still, we’re not quite in the clear. Strong winds, bone-chilling cold, slush and ice could make […]

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Philly’s Evening Commute Messy, City Offices and Schools Closed Friday

All city government offices will be closed on Friday because of frigid temperatures and potentially hazardous travel conditions. Non-essential city employees are being asked to “stay […]

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These Philly Spots Are Serving Snow Day Specials

Whether you’re enjoying an impromptu snow day off or trekked through the tundra into the office, one thing’s for sure: restaurants and bars in Philly […]

Be Well Philly

Some Philadelphians Actually Went Running in This Crazy Snowstorm

Here at Be Well Philly, we are all about getting out and being active. But as dedicated as we may be to health and fitness, […]

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Cancellations, Closures, and Detours: What to Know About the Snowstorm

Good morning, Philly. Have you looked out your window yet? We’re not under a blizzard warning like New Jersey, but strong snow-blowing winds might make […]