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69th Street: The New Meet–Cute

In the wake of modern dating apps, is face–to–face romance dead?

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Emmy Squared's Detroit–Style Pizza and Burgers Hit Queen Village

Street spoke with founder Emily Hyland and sampled some of the hip new spot's most popular eats.

by HANNAH GROSS

A Ranking of Chai Tea Lattes on Campus

Cinnamon, spice, and everything nice.

by HANNAH GROSS

Thomas Delfi on 'Nerdtino,' the East Coast's First Latinx Comic Book Convention

The convention's Executive Director talks about showcasing the Latinx community's contributions to nerd culture.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Our Obsession With TikTok, And Why It's Here To Stay

Breaking down the video app's popularity, and how it gets to know its users.

by KARIN HANANEL

How to Bring the Fall Season to Your Dorm Room

Being in a small room doesn’t mean there isn’t space for autumnal decorations.

by SOFIA HELLER

Saxbys' Nick Bayer and David Amos on Coffee, Social Impact, and Their New Roastery

A chat with the leaders of Philly's favorite coffee shop about how they want to "make life better" for the Philly community—and for the coffee industry as a whole.

by KARIN HANANEL

Café La Maude Brings a European Sensibility to Northern Liberties

Come for the pancake towers and vibrant shakshuka. Stay for everything else.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

The Definitive Ranking of Oat Milk Lattes Near Campus

Get your daily dose of plant–powered milk at these cafes.

by SOFIA HELLER

Five Ways to Observe Veterans Day in Philadelphia

Honor our veterans by attending one of these unique events.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

'We Come Back': How Día De Los Muertos Celebrates Positive Remembrance

On Saturday, Oct. 26, families gathered at the Penn Museum to celebrate the Mexican holiday, which continues through Nov. 2.

by LAYLA MURPHY

Heyday is the Facial of the Future

The brand—co–founded by Penn alums Adam Ross and Michael Pollak—opened a storefront in Rittenhouse on Oct. 16.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

My First Visit to a Psychic

Do palm readings live up to the hype?

by HANNAH LONSER

69th Street: Actually, You Do Have Time for a Relationship

Why is a busy schedule such a common excuse for ending relationships?

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

The Food Trust’s Market at Cherry Street Pier Reinvents the Farmers Market

Here's what happens when you cross a farmers market and a food truck festival.

by HANNAH GROSS

Philadelphia Vegan Restaurant Week: Where Activism Meets Delicious Food

As part of Philly Vegan Restaurant Week, a vegan food court was held at the Rotunda in University City on Thursday, Oct. 17.

by LAYLA MURPHY

The Best Halloween Attractions to Visit This Fall

These Philly activities will have you more excited than ever for the upcoming week.

by DIYA SETHI

There's a 'Ghost Ship' Sitting in the Delaware River

The water and light display—on display until early November—appears at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays through Sundays.

by TARA O'BRIEN

Philly Neighborhood Guide: Chestnut Hill

Out of the bustle, tucked away into the city, Chestnut Hill is the perfect staycation retreat.

by KARIN HANANEL

The Definitive Philly Apple Cider Round–Up

This fall favorite is surprisingly hard to get exactly right.

by ANYA TULLMAN

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