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Street’s Favorite Albums of 2021

This year put a damper on our experiences with many forms of culture; luckily, recorded music wasn’t one of them. 

Overheards 11.07.2021

This week: West and Down, Timothée Chalamet, and analog cigarettes.

Overheards 10.03.2021

This week: when2meets, @on_a_downward_spiral, and emotional manipulation.

Resetting the Table: Street's Fall 2021 Dining Guide

COVID-19 shut down Philly’s restaurant scene for months. Now, our favorite eateries are back—but the menu looks different.

Overheards 09.19.2021

This week: Drake slander, soft boyfriend launches, and BBLs.

Overheards 09.13.2021

This week: comic sans, a fake coke scandal, and the scene-iest girl you've ever met.

Overheards 09.05.2021

This week: a Dave Portnoy stan, a 'Solar Power' apologist, and someone with a breakfast kink.

The Songs We Can't Wait to Hear in Clubs

Here are Street's top bangers to blast once clubs open up again.

Reality Bites: Street's Spring 2021 Dining Guide

COVID–19 may have shook up the food industry, but here's how some restaurants are changing things for the better.

On Comfort Food and COVID–19

Photo Essay | An ode to the food that filled our stomachs, and our hearts, during quarantine

Redefining Love In Lockdown

Photo Essay | From puppies to coffee cups, here's how Street survived life under lockdown.

Street's Favorite TV Shows and Movies of 2020

In the face of COVID–19, distracting yourself with TV is key—so here are our favorite worlds to disappear to.

Street's Favorite Albums of 2020

There were a lot of great albums released in a not–so–great year. Check out our favorites.

Election 2020: Four Years Undone in Four Days?

Street examines how a buildup of civic engagement catapulted Biden to victory.

Dine–In Guide Fall 2020

From the kitchen to the couch, Street's first–ever Dine–In Guide has you covered.

Street's Songs of the Summer Roundup

Street writers discuss their favorite tracks with the most meaningful connections to summertime.

Street's Class of 2020 Penn 10

Leadership, commitment, and scholarship: Street presents the Class of 2020 Penn 10

Penn 10: Chad Vigil

A Penn Band saxophonist reflects on pre–med, halal wings, and community.

Overheards 04.30.2020

Grandma, calling at 4 p.m.: “How do you make a vodka cran?”

Overheards 04.22.2020

Out-of-touch Gamer: “What even is animal crossing? Is that, like, for furries?”
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