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winter getaways
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3 Newish Winter Getaways That Are All Within Driving Distance of Philly

Outdoorsmen should book a waterfall ice-hiking excursion with Fishtown-based wilderness adventure outfit Valley to Summit. The full-day outings in north-central PA’s Ricketts Glen State Park […]

things to do in honesdale
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How to Spend a Weekend in and Around the Charming Town of Honesdale

The triangle of Honesdale (read more on Honesdale here), Hawley and Narrowsburg, New York, makes for a wonderful weekend getaway. When to Go Summer and […]

connecticut gold coast
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Why You Should Make a Weekend Getaway of Connecticut’s Gold Coast

The Stepford Wives and Billions painted Connecticut’s Gold Coast as a sort of hedge-fund paradise, a place of insulated affluence, blue-blood suburbia and sailboats. Combine […]

airplanes and the control tower at Philadelphia International Airport, where international flights have just resumed
City Life

You Can Now Take International Flights Out of Philadelphia Again

A roundup of news from the Philadelphia area. International Flights Resume Out of Philadelphia (Hooray?) Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about: Would you […]

jersey shore in the fall
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Your Guide to Fall Down the Shore

So it wasn’t exactly what we had planned, this summer. Even the Shore — our standby, our go-to — wasn’t a given. And frankly, even […]

cape may in the fall
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Your Guide to Visiting Cape May in the Fall

This jewel of a Shore town — all postcard-perfect beaches, Victorian facades and adorable antiques shops — has a wild side the summer crowds miss: […]

seven mile island
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Your Guide to Visiting Seven Mile Island in the Fall

The chichi sister towns of Avalon and Stone Harbor slow to a crawl in the off-season … which is exactly the point. Where to Stay […]

asbury park
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Your Guide to Visiting Asbury Park in the Fall

With its retro-cool vibe and eclectic year-round music, art, retail and restaurant culture, this famous little Shore town has become, as one local told the […]

long beach island
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Your Guide to Visiting Long Beach Island in the Fall

The handful of towns that dot this slender 18-mile barrier island offer a taste of everything: majestic hotels and tiny B&Bs, briny beach cafes and […]

City Life

What a College Trip to Israel Taught Me About Racism and Anti-Semitism

It was billed to me as “the trip of a lifetime.” In the summer of 2012, I received an all-expenses-paid trip to Israel hosted by […]

socially distant getaways
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10 Socially Distant Getaways to Replace Your Canceled Vacation Plans

Check out these out-of-the-way inns and boutique accommodations for your next getaway. Ledges Hotel Hawley Distance from Philly: 2.5 hours The Poconos were on the […]

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City Life

The Dispatches Location Scout Explains How They Chose Where to Film in Philly

It’s “Dispatches from Elsewhere Week” here at Philly Mag. Check back all week for more fun content about the new Jason Segel show on AMC. […]

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City Life

Is Dispatches from Elsewhere Good or Bad? Depends on Which Critic You Believe.

It’s “Dispatches from Elsewhere Week” here at Philly Mag. Check back all week for more fun content about the new Jason Segel show on AMC. […]

photos from tv shows set in philadelphia, including hack, amen, philly, thirtysomething, and it's always sunny in philadelphia
City Life

The Great Lie of So-Called “Philly” TV Shows

It’s “Dispatches from Elsewhere Week” here at Philly Mag. Check back all week for more fun content about the new Jason Segel show on AMC. […]

dispatches from elsewhere actors
City Life

These Philly Actors Tell Us What It Was Like to Be a Part of Dispatches from Elsewhere

It’s “Dispatches from Elsewhere Week” here at Philly Mag. Check back all week for more fun content about the new Jason Segel show on AMC. […]