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Philly’s Independent Bookstores Make Shopping Local Fun

These six local booksellers sell your next favorite read—coffee sometimes included.

by HANNAH GROSS

Dizengoff Just Opened on Campus—and Yes, We Tried the Frozen Labneh

Solomonov's food empire continues to expand in University City, and this time, it's bringing us a brand new dessert.

by LILY SNIDER

CooknSolo's Merkaz Still Has Some Soul Searching To Do

The duo's latest project lacks flavor, cohesion, and identity.

by KARIN HANANEL

Don’t Miss These Cyber Monday Deals

Tired: Black Friday. Wired: Cyber Monday.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

A Ranking of Dunkin's Holiday Drinks

Dunkin’ released four new holiday lattes, and I tried them all.

by TARA O'BRIEN

Here's Where You Can See the Stars in Philly

Don't miss these out–of–this–world views!

by HANNAH LONSER

The Low–Down on Beefless Burgers

Everything you need to know about the Beyond Burger and Impossible Burger crazes

by BRITTANY LEVY

How To Travel Sustainably On Your Next Trip

All those plane rides add up.

by QUINN ROBINSON

What Does It Mean to be Green Living Certified?

Your guide to Penn Sustainability's green–living campaign.

by LAYLA MURPHY

The Cost of Sustainability

How climate change disproportionately affects low–income populations.

by SOFIA HELLER

Give Your Wardrobe an Eco–Friendly Update

Sustainability has never looked so good

by HANNAH LONSER

Your Guide to Recycling On Campus and in Philly

All the nitty–gritty policies you need to know to ensure that your recycling efforts pay off

by AVERY JOHNSTON

Eating Vegan For A Week: How Hard Is It?

It turns out making this lifestyle change is accessible and delicious. 

by CHELSEY ZHU

A Closer Look at Penn's Composting

Where does all that leftover food from the dining halls go?

by ANYA TULLMAN

Photo Pop Philly Is Bringing a Winter Wonderland to Old City

Open to the public through Jan. 5, Winter Wonderland caters to all of your Instagram needs.

by HANNAH LONSER

EveryBody Movement & Wellness: The New Body–Positive Studio on Locust

This University City fitness studio wants to make sure that all feel welcome.

by HANNAH YUSUF

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

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