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Meanwhile, Philly is scheduled to migrate to the Yellow Phase next Friday. The key word being “scheduled.”
By Hiding Positive Coronavirus Test, Pa. Republicans Proved They Consider Democrats Illegitimate
Setting aside the obvious medical malfeasance, there is a deeper illness inside the Republican caucus.
5 Healthy Things to Do from Home in Philly This Weekend
From Girls on the Run’s 5K to Tula Yoga’s arm balance workshop, check out these five workouts you can do from home this weekend.
Philly’s Pizza Speakeasy Was Never Meant to Last
Joe and Angela Cicala’s illicit backyard pizzeria showed the best of Philly’s resilient spirit, even in the worst of times.
Just Listed: Center-Hall Contemporary in Downingtown
A traditional heart beats under that modern exterior.
Join Us for Be Well Philly Fest: 30 Days of Wellness
Check out our brand-new month-long virtual health and wellness program designed to benefit your body and mind.
Attorney General’s Office Flooded With Complaints About Main Line-Based ESF Camps
Frustrated parents turn to Pennsylvania’s top law enforcement officer after the high-end summer camp company canceled all on-site activities and offered a not exactly satisfying refund policy.
Just Listed: New Modern Townhouse in Bella Vista
Plays nice with its neighbors, plays even nicer with you.
This Philly-Made App Will Reward You for Social Distancing
Would a free cup of coffee or a discount at your favorite clothing store encourage you to keep your distance? The entrepreneur behind this new health platform is betting it might.
Marc Vetri’s Next Act: A Red Sauce Joint in … Japan
One of Philly’s greatest Italian chefs is expanding to Kyoto. What does that mean for his home city?
Old Navy Center City Hauled Into Court Over Unpaid Rent During Coronavirus Shutdown
And you thought your rent was high.
Philly Mag Announces Special Virtual ThinkFest
Mayor Jim Kenney, U.S. Senator Bob Casey, police commissioner Danielle Outlaw and restaurateur Marcie Turney are among those who’ll discuss life in Philly in the wake of COVID-19.
I Won’t Vote for Joe Biden, the Lesser Racist, Until I Have To in November
No, I’m not supporting Trump. But I just can’t bring myself to vote for the presumptive Democratic nominee — who has his own history of racism — in the Pennsylvania primary.
Philly Should Quit Cheap Meat
You Could Get Married in the Courtyard at The Logan Hotel for Free
The temporary offer extends to duos whose weddings have been affected by coronavirus.
Kenney Wants to “Reason” With People Who Flout COVID Rules, Not Make “Mass Arrests”
Plus: Wanna have a big wedding? Go to Delaware.