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Life & Style

25 Unexpected Gifts to Buy in Philadelphia This Year

From gold-infused beauty oil to a fresh flower subscription service, here’s where to shop small for everyone on your list.


Be Well Philly

20 Places Near Philadelphia Where You Can Get Your Christmas Tree

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Philadelphia Wedding

12 Delicious Philadelphia-Area Caterers for Your Micro-Wedding

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Property

Just Listed: Spacious Modern Townhouse in Northern Liberties

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NextHealth PHL

Here’s How the City Is Preparing to Distribute a COVID-19 Vaccine Once One Is Ready

Several vaccines for the novel coronavirus could be ready by mid-December. Here’s what — and how long — it’ll take to make them accessible to those who need them.

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Philadelphia Wedding

What’s Inside the Latest Issue of Philadelphia Wedding

Here’s a sneak peek.

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Property

Just Listed: Renovated Trinity in Washington Square West

Historically certified and rebuilt for modern living.

Be Well Philly

Is Your Sleep as Messed up as Ours These Days?

Two local sleep experts share why you’ve got insomnia or weird dreams, plus tips on how to get a better night’s sleep.

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Property

Colonial House in Berwyn Resort Community

Like a year-round Poconos vacation, only minus the skiing and the mountains.

City Life

A Pennsylvania Judge Absolutely Eviscerated Trump’s Last-Ditch Election Lawsuit

Judge Matthew Brann equated the Trump campaign’s argument to “Frankenstein’s Monster.” That and the other five best quotes from Brann’s decision, which has allowed counties across Pennsylvania to officially certify the election results.


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Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Philadelphia Coronavirus News

Keep up with the news surrounding the coronavirus outbreak in Philadelphia.

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Be Well Philly

Philadelphia Fitness Coalition Forms to Protest Shutdown Without Aid

The group, made up of 30-plus fitness studios and gyms in the region, is petitioning the city to change its latest coronavirus restrictions.

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Foobooz

Finally, Something Spotted Lanternflies Are Good For: Honey

According to one baker, Philadelphia Bee Co.’s new honey flavor tastes like “the epitome of autumn.”

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City Life

The Mummers Are Secretly Planning a Parade, Even Though Philly Has Canceled It

“The parade has always been a political event,” says one Mummer. “And if there can be parties in the streets for Joe Biden and big demonstrations for this and for that, then they can’t stop the Mummers.”

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Philadelphia Wedding

This Cool Blue and Copper Synagogue Wedding Began With a Pre-Ceremony Snack at Zahav

Their Big Day took place on Thanksgiving Eve, so they gave mini pumpkin pies as favors.

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City Life

Raheem Ikeam Myers Was the City’s 203rd Homicide Victim This Year. This Is His Story.

He was a man with children, a big extended family, and a faith that sustained him. In one of Philly’s most violent years, he became yet another casualty. His complicated story reveals how the city failed to protect him — and so many like him.

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8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

8 Dangerous Myths About Coronavirus Debunked

Local health experts help us determine what’s true and what’s false about COVID-19.

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City Life

6 ABC’s Adam Joseph on His Winter Prediction and Why He Hates Coffee

The Main Line resident and meteorologist talks Cecily vs. Jim, coming out, collecting plants, and why his friends call him “Spitfire.”

City Life

Inside the Fight to Abolish Police in Philadelphia

YahNé Ndgo and other local activists have been advocating for years to get police out of Black communities. Now, is the rest of the city ready to listen?

City Life

Best Thing This Week: The Philadelphia Union Land Two Big Awards!

It’s official: Our MLS team is the best Philly sports team.

City Life

St. Mary Nurses on Strike: We Need More Staff, or COVID Patients Could Die Alone

Fearful of being shorthanded during a second wave of COVID-19 patients, nurses at the Langhorne hospital went on strike for two days this week. Caregivers at other Philly-area hospitals have similar concerns.

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