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artisanal foods
Foobooz

Vietnamese Coffee, Gelato, and Other Women-Made Artisan Goods to Stock Up on Now

This article is one part of our look at how women are reshaping Philly’s food scene. Read more here. 1. Lumache by Pasta Lab Gina […]

women-owned fast casual
Foobooz

8 Women-Owned Fast Casual Restaurants in Philly

This article is one part of our look at how women are reshaping Philly’s food scene. Read more here. El Merkury Sofia Deleon brought her […]

phlly wine week opening corks
Foobooz

Women Are the Driving Force Behind Philly’s Wine Renaissance

This article is one part of our look at how women are reshaping Philly’s food scene. Read more here. This is a beer town, first […]

women chefs
Foobooz

Women Are the Future of Philly’s Food Scene

Traditionally, historically (and for all the wrong reasons), professional kitchens have been a man’s game. But times change, and so has the industry. Now, women […]

Business

Will Philly Women Hold More C-Suite Positions in 2020?

Now in its 18th consecutive year, the latest Women in Leadership report highlights the slow but steady rise of women in C-Suite positions across the […]

Be Well Philly

This Makeup-Free Event Wants Philly Women to Live More Confidently

We all wear masks, metaphorically speaking. Depending on where we are — work, happy hour, the gym, family get-togethers — we tend to speak and […]

NextHealth PHL

Spark Therapeutics Head Says Life Sciences Has Come a Long Way on Diversity. But…

From the outside in, the life sciences industry appears to be a man’s world. At least, at the upper echelons of the industry, women are […]

Daybreaker
Be Well Philly

Celebrate Your Feminine Side at This Early-Morning Dance and Yoga Party

We know, we know, International Women’s Day was this past week. (Peep our coverage, which featured pictures of some of our favorite female fitness instructors […]

train and nourish
Be Well Philly

A Private, Women’s-Only Gym Is Opening in East Passyunk — and We’ve Got Photos

If you’re a really, really avid Be Well reader, you might remember Jenna Fisher from her Transformation story about a year ago. In the piece, […]

black women
Be Well Philly

These 10 Black Women Are Transforming Philly’s Fitness Scene

Whether they’re entrepreneurs, yoga instructors, or mental health experts, black women are shaking up the health and wellness landscape in Philly. Here are 10 who should […]

City Life

This Philly Student’s Gorgeous Women’s Magazine Is the Antidote to Cosmo

It’s been one hell of a year for women. Throughout 2018, we shared painful stories of sexual assault and found a new power in our ability to unite under […]

Business

I Love My Job: Civil Rights Attorney Gloria Allred

On the eve of Bill Cosby’s sentencing hearing, powerhouse advocate Gloria Allred, who is representing pro bono 33 of the women accusing the comedian of sexual assault, […]

Things to Do

Wednesday: The Watermelon Woman

Released in 1996, Cheryl Dunye’s The Watermelon Woman — which screens at Lightbox Film Center on Wednesday — was a milestone of independent filmmaking: It […]

thinkfest
City Life

Women in Power: How Philly Measures Up

This summer, we published a look at what Philly women need, according to Philly women. A unifying theme? More power. Power to change things we […]

Business

Women Hold Only 16 Percent of Board Seats at Philadelphia Companies

Women in the Philadelphia region hold more executive positions than ever before, but overall their representation in the C-suite is still quite small and progress […]