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City Life

WATCH: Philadelphians Sled Down Art Museum Steps on Folding Table

Philly photographer Adam Wallacavage (the guy who lives in this amazing house) posted a couple of videos of people sledding down the Art Museum steps to Facebook, […]

City Life

Pretty Much Every School in Philly Is Closed on Friday

We know lots of you are completely frazzled after a long snow day at home with your kids on Thursday, so we hope you have […]

City Life

Philly Deploys 374 Trucks to Deal With Storm

With the snow continuing to come down on the region, the Philadelphia Streets Department says that it has 374 trucks out plowing and salting the […]

City Life

Our Favorite Snow Photos on Social Media (Updated)

[Update: 2:50 p.m.] More pictures! Ben Franklin doesn’t even know what a snow day is. A photo posted by @the_nard on Feb 21, 2015 at […]

Be Well Philly

6 Snow-Filled Philly Instagram Photos That Will Make You Want to Go for a Run Right This Second

Calling everyone who was blessed with a snow day today: It’s time to press the pause button on Netflix, get off the couch, and go […]

City Life

What Your Evening Commute Will Look Like in Philadelphia

Perhaps you’re one of the lucky ones, and the only travel you’ve had to do today is to your refrigerator. But if you had to […]

Foobooz

Snow Day! Here’s What’s #OpenInPHL

You may have had a snow day or two this winter but this is the first that has a legitimate snowfall to go with it. […]

City Life

The Best and Worst of Last Night’s TV Weather Madness

“A monster storm spanning half the country” was how Fox 29 anchor Iain Page kicked off Wednesday night’s 10 o’clock news. It hadn’t yet begun […]

City Life

Schools Closed; Snow Has Arrived

[Update 8:15 a.m.] The snow has arrived, and the pictures are pouring in on social media. #fox29snow Rocky enjoying the snow! pic.twitter.com/YuB9NpIgQE — Aileen Thomas […]

City Life

Mayor Nutter Announces Snow Emergency for 6 a.m.

In advance of tonight’s expected storm, Mayor Michael Nutter has announced that a snow emergency will be declared for Philadelphia starting at 6 a.m. (See the latest […]

City Life

What to Expect From the Impending Winter Storm

UPDATE: Mayor Nutter has announced a snow emergency for the city of Philadelphia starting at 6 a.m. Decision about district schools will be made in […]

Shoppist

How to Weatherproof Your Shoes

We made it close — nearly an entire winter without soggy, stained shoes. So close. But if you’ve been outside this past week, then you’ve seen the ice […]

City

Impending “Snow and Sleet Sandwich” Leads to Early Dismissals, Cancellations

Did you hear? Of course you’ve heard: More ice and snow is on its way. The Philadelphia area is actually taking a one-two-three hit from […]

City Life

Here’s What Gene Marks Gets Wrong About Teachers and Snow Days

Earlier this week, Philadelphia magazine opinion columnist Gene Marks questioned why teachers get snow days. Today, Steve Clark, a teacher and two-time “Best Storyteller in […]

City Life

Why Do Teachers Get Snow Days?

UPDATE: Philadelphia school teacher Steve Clark has written a response to this column.  Hey school teachers, I have an idea. Instead of fighting the School […]