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Meet 7 of Philly’s Olympic Hopefuls, Class of 2021

These Philly athletes are all champions in their fields — setting records, winning titles, outshining the competition. Will their hard work take them to Tokyo?


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Foobooz

Chef Anthony Andiario Isn’t Trying to “Get Back to Normal”

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Life & Style

This Bright and Airy Shore House Was Inspired by a Bahamian Hotel

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City Life

Zola Star Colman Domingo Talks Cooking, Coming Out, and Going to High School With Will Smith

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Life & Style

Ready to Redecorate? Start With These Pretty, Philly-Made Wallpapers

Plus, tips from Abington-based wallpaper whiz Randy Bardol on how to make them pop.

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Property

Just Listed: Bargain Condo in Longport

You can live amidst million-dollar houses for a song if you don’t mind buying a one-room condo.

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Things to Do

10 Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth in Philadelphia

Jazz at the Woodmere Museum, kid-focused programming at the Please Touch Museum, historic reenactments and more.

City Life

Ray Didinger’s New Book Is Packed With Great Philly Sports Stories. These Are Five of Our Favorites

Father’s Day gift alert! From Mike Schmidt’s shrugs to Darryl Dawkins on the Declaration of Independence, the legendary Philadelphia sportswriter’s Finished Business is packed with anecdotes from our city’s complicated sporting history.

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Property

Just Listed: Restored Renovated Townhouse in Rittenhouse Square

19th-century Philadelphia on the outside, 1960s Sweden on the inside.

Foobooz

Where to Eat Ceviche in Philly Right Now

Ceviche is the perfect warm weather food. Here’s where to eat it in Philadelphia.


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13 Ways to Have the Ultimate Poconos Summer Vacation

13 Ways to Have the Ultimate Poconos Summer Vacation

A summer in the Poconos is a summer of simpler times, and — as we prepare to venture out again but perhaps aren’t quite ready to venture far — there’s never been a better time to go.


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City Life

A Temple Student Photographed Philly’s Summer of Protest. Now He’s Won a National Magazine Award

Isaac Scott, a 30-year-old master’s student at Tyler School of Art, won the award for his images, published in the New Yorker, of the George Floyd protests in Philadelphia.

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Property

Just Listed: Renovated Tudor Foursquare in Lansdowne

This grand old house’s traditional heart beats steadily, yet it now has a modern soul around it.

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Things to Do

Worth a Day Trip: The Concrete Masterpieces of Henry Mercer’s Strange Genius

Quirky, irascible Henry Chapman Mercer sought to keep alive the handicrafts of the past. A trio of Bucks County buildings preserve his art and his work — and make a perfect day trip.

Foobooz

It’s Officially Spritz Season in Philly

From the classic Italian aperitivo to all kinds of fizzy, refreshing cocktails, this is the time to drink a spritz in Philadelphia.

Foobooz

La Chinesca, the Mexicali Restaurant by the Kensington Quarters Crew, Is Just About Ready to Open

Plus, fresh Georgia peaches, and the Flower Show veggie hoagie “heard ’round the world.”

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Inside Philly’s Stealth Hunts to Take Out Deer and Protect Our Parks

Inside Philly’s Stealth Hunts to Take Out Deer and Protect Our Parks

We haven’t destroyed deer’s habitat; we’ve perfected it. Left unchecked, the local deer population would wreak havoc on the city.


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Property

Just Listed: Renewed Rowhouse with Tiki Bar in Brewerytown

Your Sixties Polynesian vacation awaits you, one floor down.

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City Life

America’s Oldest Theater Wants to Shut This South Philly Actress Up

A lawyer representing Walnut Street Theatre and its extremely well-paid executive director, Bernard Havard, has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Jenna Pinchbeck over comments she’s been making on social media.

City Life

I’m Boycotting the Philly Pride Parade Until It’s Under New Leadership

Philly Pride Presents doesn’t represent the LGBTQIA community. The group’s latest social media posts prove it.

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NextHealth PHL

The First FDA-Approved Cell Therapy for Multiple Myeloma Is Now Being Offered at Fox Chase

The Northeast Philadelphia cancer center will offer Abecma — a CAR T-cell therapy targeting myeloma cells — to patients who have previously tried at least four different treatments.

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