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69th Street: Buying a Vibrator Won’t Solve All Your Problems

In this edition, I learn that true fulfillment doesn’t come packaged in pink–tinted plastic. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Can Breathing Make you Better in Bed?

I went to a tantric sex class alone. Here's how it went. 

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

5–Ingredient DIY Lip Balm Recipe for Kissable Lips

Don't suffer from chapped lips this winter. 

by DIYA SETHI

It's Game Time: The Board and Brew Opens in University City

This board game restaurant is changing game night as we know it.

by HANNAH LONSER

Renata’s Kitchen adds a location closer to Penn’s campus

All your brunch favorites, five blocks closer. 

by TARA O'BRIEN

BYO Spots For Any Mood

There's more to Philly's BYO scene than Ken's. 

by DIYA SETHI

One Hundred Years Later: The Prohibition in Philadelphia

Try and escape with these local speakeasies to honor the roaring 20s. 

by DIYA SETHI

Win Over Your Friends with This Crowd-Pleasing Brie Recipe

The perfect way to impress your guests.

by TARA O'BRIEN

Dive Into Philadelphia's Arts and Culture Scene With Philly Theatre Week

Attend one of the 300 discounted events during the ten-day celebration

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Eat a Celebrity–Chef Approved Lunch at Top–Chef Quickfire

Come for the novelty, stay for the food.

by HANNAH LONSER

Take a Tour of Philly's City–Wide Art Gallery This February

Get your art fix—and a history lesson.

by HANNAH LONSER

Wonderspaces Brings Unforgettable Interactive Art to Philly

An interactive art experience like no other, Wonderspaces has officially made its Philadelphia debut.

by HANNAH LONSER

Benny's Diner Set to Bring All–Day Breakfast to Penn

The co-founders of Benny’s Diner give the low-down on Penn’s newest restaurant.

by HANNAH LONSER

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Philly this Sunday

Cheer for your favorite team at one of these venues.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Find Your Inner Chef at These Philly Cooking Classes

Let's get cooking.

by HANNAH LONSER

How to Embrace the Cooling Weather: A Roundup of Philadelphia's Winter Events



by TARA O'BRIEN

Dig Inn Rebrands—and It's Still as Trendy and Sustainable as Before

Now called Dig, the healthy chain comes to Rittenhouse.

by AVERY JOHNSTON

Can Cakes and Sweaters Enact Political Change?

Power to the people (and to cake).

by KARIN HANANEL

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

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