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One Girl, Three Matcha Lattes

Exploring the recent matcha craze and trying to make a mean at–home matcha latte

by KARIN HANANEL

How to Celebrate Presidents Day in Pennsylvania

Party like it's 1732!

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

69th Street: Came Thru Drippin’

The piercing you can’t get at Claire’s.

by OLIVIA BRIDGES

Special–Edition Cosmetic Collections to Make You Look Bangin' this V–Day

Make your S.O. swoon, or talk a walk with your single self and watch the double–takes roll in. 

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Street's Mini–Guide to The Five Languages of Love

No, meme–tagging isn't one of them.

by SHUNMEL SYAU

The Perfect On–Campus Date for Valentine's Day

Choosing to stay on campus this Valentine's Day? Check out these unexplored date ideas for any and all couples. 

by DIYA SETHI

Where to Spend Valentine’s Day in Philadelphia

Take your sweetie somewhere special, and SEPTA accessible, this year.

by JENNIFER CULLEN

The Common: This New American Cuisine Is Anything But Common

The restaurant, which opened on Jan. 23rd, offers dishes that are works of art—and equally delicious.

by BEBE HODGES

Where To Get A Not–So–Basic Valentine's Day Card

Because Hallmark just isn't cutting it anymore. 

by KARIN HANANEL

West Philly's Rx The Farmacy Closes after 5 Years in Business

Rx The Farmacy, a popular West Philly brunch destination, officially closed its doors in mid-January.

by EMMA HARRIS

Talking with the Professor Behind the Sleep Study Gone Viral

Contextualizing the viral UberFacts post linking naps to violent crime with the professor behind the study

by JENNIFER CULLEN

Best 24 Hour Diners in Philly

Night owls rejoice, Philly’s got your back with some late night yums. 

by JENNIFER CULLEN

Journaling in College: Not Just For Angsty Teens

How journaling can help with the transition to college.

by KARIN HANANEL

Cry Baby Pasta: If Your Nonna Went Rock and Roll

Rigatoni, tagliatelle, spaghetti, tortellini, campanelle...oh my!

by KARIN HANANEL

Written in the Co-Stars: The Astrology App Sweeping Campus

Street spoke to one of Co–Star's founders about its initial vision, current success, and future plans.

by SHUNMEL SYAU

Makhani: A Modern Spin on Traditional Indian Cuisine

Makhani is a Modern Spin on Traditional Indian Cuisine

by JENNIFER CULLEN

How to Celebrate the Year of the Pig in Philly

It would be a 'pig' mistake to miss these Lunar New Year events.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Get Tipsy and Artistic at Wax + Wine

If you like painting with a twist, get ready for tipsy candle making.

by JENNIFER CULLEN

The Post is Your New Weekend Go-To Hangout

Beer, board games, and Bloody Marys? Sold.

by KARIN HANANEL

Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons Spotted at City Tap House Following 76ers Game

Jenner and Philadelphia 76ers point guard Simmons, reportedly in a relationship, were spotted at City Tap House on 39th and Walnut streets following the team's win over the San Antonio Spurs. 

by SARAH FORTINSKY

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