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City Life

Spring Cleaning! The Philadelphian’s Guide to Getting Rid of Everything

You’ve done it. You finally went full-on Marie Kondo and spent a weekend sorting and sifting. Look at you! But wait, don’t go celebrating just […]

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City Life

Scenes of an Early Summer in Philly

Spring has sprung, Philly. You got your free Rita’s in March – on the first official day of the season – and now, finally, it’s […]

Property

Is “Spring Arts” the Next Midtown Village?

That the viaduct rail park is actually becoming a thing is, well, dumb luck. In 2015, when developers Aaron Cohen and Craig Grossman set their […]

Foobooz

11 Reasons Why Spring Is the Best Season for Restaurants

Spring is the best. Of all the seasons to be an enthusiastic eater living in this city, it is absolutely in the top four. I […]

City Life

Happy Spring! Here Are Two Treats You Can Get for Free Today

Philly’s streets might be a snowy, slushy mess today, but it’s the first day of spring! And that means it’s only a matter of time until […]

Be Well Philly

Spring Travel: Get Active in Austin

Most vacations are punctuated by a staid lineup of activities, like regrettable sunbathing and reservations at lackluster seafood joints. While some sojourners favor the familiar, […]

Be Well Philly

Spring Travel: Get Spiritual in Upstate New York

At this point in American history, we could all use a little more peace and relaxation, a bit of Zen, and there’s arguably no better […]

Be Well Philly

Spring Travel: Get Outdoorsy in West Virginia

The six-hour drive from Philly to the Greenbrier resort sets the tone for what’s to come: Busy four-lane highways morph into quiet two-lane country roads […]

Be Well Philly

Spring Travel: Get Healthy in Miami

Sure, Miami — a city arguably best known for its late-night partying and accompanying please-don’t-raise-the-blinds mornings — might not seem like the ideal place to […]

Be Well Philly

Spring Travel: Get Hungry in the Poconos

If we’re being technical, the Lodge at Woodloch bills itself as a luxury spa destination — and with its indoor pool, salon, trio of hot […]

Foobooz

Love City Brewing Company Squeezes Into Philly’s Craft Brewery Scene

Philly’s brewery scene — one perpetually in-bloom — has been noisier than ever, lately. Just this month, Second District Brewery opened its doors in Newbold, and Iron Hill announced it would open its […]

Foobooz

Stockyard Sandwich Company Opens on Spring Garden Street

Stockyard Sandwich Company, a seasonal, farm-to-table restaurant opens today. Since temperatures have suddenly dropped 20 degrees, we will be sticking to sandwiches instead of the salads […]

Foobooz

Local Restaurant Favorites Coming to New Whole Foods

When the new Whole Foods Market opens at 2101 Pennsylvania Avenue on October 14th, it will be bringing a lot more than just a super […]

City Life

Man Dies After Accidentally Shooting Himself at Philly Gun Range

A 21-year-old man died after accidentally shooting himself at a Philadelphia gun range yesterday evening. The shooting occurred at The Gun Range, located at 542 North […]

Property

First-Time Find: A New Urbanite’s Dream Near the Art Museum

There’s no better place for first-time Philly homeowners to settle down than near the Art Museum. Nothing screams “I live in the city now” more […]