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These days, many of us are far from our well–established routines. Morning stops for coffee, afternoon lunches, and evening trips to the gym are all gone. But now more than ever, it is essential to find a rhythm, even if it's different than the one your days used to move to.
Growing up, my parents always urged me to stay off of social media. It has the ability to create unrealistic expectations, make people feel left out, and discourage in–person interactions. Now, social media use is encouraged more than ever before. We're all relying on online platforms to keep us in touch with our friends, family, and colleagues. And while we may be staying at home, we're still up–to–date on the lives of those we care about most—all thanks to technology.
With businesses closing across the country, most gyms and workout studios are suspending their classes. Fortunately, however, many are offering free trials or live classes that can you can opt into from the comfort of your living room. Social distancing and staying home do not mean you have to miss out on staying in shape with your favorite classes. Here are some staples of the Philly fitness scene that are offering online alternatives that you can do from home.
The latest trend sweeping the fashion world? Blazers. I’m sure you never thought that wearing your work clothes outside of the office would be a fashionable statement to get behind, but it most certainly is. This look signifies so much and can be worn in multiple ways—it's impactful and versatile! Celebrities have recently been photographed in a variety of blazer outfits, and stores like H&M have been creating affordable versions of the look. It's classy and sophisticated, and almost every retailer is buying into the trend.
Cuffing season is upon us, and everyone seems to be going on dates. From Center City dinners to the classic chocolate–and–flowers combo, showing affection for your significant other can be emotionally and fiscally tolling. But Valentine's Day shouldn't break the bank. We've done our research and found different date ideas in Philadelphia—all under $10! Philly may be associated with its fine dining, but there are less expensive—and arguably more original—ideas out there.
For years, Penn students would trek all the way to 45th and Baltimore to get their weekend brunch fix–with a BYO twist. Now, the walk for some of the best eggs in Philly just got a whole lot shorter. On Feb. 5, Renata's Kitchen opened a new two–story restaurant at 3940 Baltimore Ave. And while it won't be BYO, it's expanding its menu to include full dinner service.
For those of you looking for a way to easily bring your next dinner party or pregame to the next level, I have the perfect recipe for you—and it only takes half an hour to make!
With freezing temperatures and brutal wind chill, it may be hard to find the motivation to leave your nicely heated home this time of year. However, there are many incredible things happening throughout the city this winter. Here is your 2020 Winter Event Roundup for Philadelphia.
As a regular at the Dunkin’ on 40th, I couldn't help but realize on Nov. 1 that my cup said "FROSTIN’’ and was covered in printed snowflakes. It is safe to say that Dunkin' wasted no time in preparing for the holidays, and they followed up the themed cups by releasing their largest holiday menu yet. This menu includes four signature lattes which can be prepared hot or iced. Being the devoted customer that I am, I decided to try every new flavor. And no, the 30–degree wind chill did not stop me from grabbing an iced–coffee some mornings on the way to class.
Have you noticed the cooler weather? What about the changing leaves? These signs point to one thing: Halloween is almost here. While there are many fall events in Philadelphia to visit, there is one new and unique exhibition that is sure to get you in the Halloween spirit. The Ghost Ship is a 90–foot, three–dimensional water and light installation that is currently "docked" in the Delaware River. It may only be lights and water, but it definitely looks like a haunted 18th–century vessel.
At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal is a heartbreaking, moving, and empowering documentary that exposes the systematic and institutionalized abuse of hundreds of young girls.
Hope you're hungry—Center City District Restaurant Week kicks off Sunday, Sept. 15. Various restaurants across Center City will offer three–course lunches for only $20 and three–course dinners for $35.
A breathtaking tradition that started in 1928, the Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show has only increased in popularity and reputability. The show will take place this fall from Sep. 13–15, and it will showcase over 140 artists from across the country and beyond.
As the 2019 Made in America Festival approaches, the official lineup has some competition—and it is from the food truck lineup. This year’s festival, which will occur on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, features performers such as Travis Scott, Cardi B, Lizzo, Gucci Mane, among many other impressive artists.
An Uber driver named Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) picks up a ride from a cop (Dave Bautista) who is hot on the trail of a killer.
After walking up a long, gray path into the spacious, high–ceilinged lobby of the Barnes Foundation, you are quickly immersed in 19th century photography—this is the current exhibition, From Today, Painting is Dead: Early Photography in Britain and France, which will run until May 12.
Every Tuesday afternoon, nine highly–motivated students and soon–to–be–published authors file into Fisher Bennett Hall.They sit in a circle with professor Jay Kirk and prepare to workshop each other's work for three hours. Rather than culminating in a final exam, this real–world class at Penn culminates in a published magazine: XFic.
With the now–enjoyable spring temperatures, you are probably looking for things to do to celebrate—we’ve got you covered. From South Street Spring Festival to Phillies games, here is everything you need to know about what's happening in Philadelphia this spring.
The long awaited opening of The Halal Guys here at Penn has finally arrived. The Halal Guys opened their doors here in University City this past weekend, on Saturday, March 23.
Penn Masala, Penn’s South Asian a capella group, has been performing and creating music since 1996, and they have since established an international reputation for themselves. On March 30, 2019 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Penn Masala will host their annual spring show at Irvine auditorium—a ticket to the show costs $8. The theme of the show is reflective both of what the group does and what they aim for.