Broadway Beat: Free kids' tix and more hot tips for Philadelphians hitting NYC soon

Kids' Night on Broadway is a great deal. New shows include "True West" and "The Choir Boy."

Made In Philly: Young residents shaping local communities

These are the people who make Philly what it is, and are driving change for the future.

Made In Philly: Young residents shaping local communities

These are the people who make Philly what it is, and are driving change for the future.

From sex work to women’s rights: A history of term ‘brotherly love and sisterly affection’ for Philly

The phrase is a time-honored one that’s taken a winding path through history and accumulated niche connotations over time.

From sex work to women’s rights: A history of term ‘brotherly love and sisterly affection’ for Philly

The phrase is a time-honored one that’s taken a winding path through history and accumulated niche connotations over time.

Jugs with mugs have their own museum

Collector for 71 years displays more than 8,000 jugs at the American Toby Jug Museum in Evanston, Ill.

Jugs with mugs have their own museum

Collector for 71 years displays more than 8,000 jugs at the American Toby Jug Museum in Evanston, Ill.
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The building that Ed Bacon thought was too ugly for Society Hill | Inga Saffron

Once the subject of fierce architectural debates, the Old Pine Community Center now sits with ease among its colonial neighbors.

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Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year is Living Coral. It’s pretty, but does it speak to me? | Elizabeth Wellington

The 2018 color was Ultra Violet, better known as Prince Purple, the 2017 color was Greenery Green. What is the 2019 Color of the year and what will it say about the world?

Ask Jennifer Adams: Your holiday table doesn’t need to follow traditional etiquette rules

Wondering how to set a proper table and be creative? Here are Jennifer’s thoughts on place settings for any occasion.

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Amtrak, keep the mod flipboard sign. It’s part of your heritage. | Inga Saffron

Installed shortly after Amtrak was created in 1971, the pre-digital information board is part of the railroad's origin story.

“It’s a Wonderful Life” in this New York town every December

Seventy-two years after the premiere of the Christmas classic set in a town called Bedford Hills, folks celebrate Frank Capra's crowning achievement with the It's a Wonderful Life Festival.

The Parent Trip: Soleil Bacho and Eoin Halpin of Ardmore

They had just moved to a house—their clothes and kitchenware still in boxes—when Soleil’s labor began in the middle of the night.

New Fishtown gallery spotlights women artists of color

Owner A'Driane Nieves says the new Tessera Arts Collective owes a debt to her great-grandmother, Addie B. Lily, who owned a North Philly candy shop.

10 vendors not to miss at Christmas Village in LOVE Park

Christmas Village is filled with dozens of vendors. These are the 10 must-stop shops of the open-air market this year.

How to get airlines to focus more on service? Maybe bigger fines.

The Department of Transportation this year has issued only 16 consent orders, totaling $1.8 million in civil penalties. This compares with 18 orders totaling $3.1 million by this time in 2017, which was less than half the dollar amount of fines issued in 2016.

Gadget Guru: Biaggi ZipSak Boost

The 15-inch by 10-inch by 5-inch nylon pouch unzips to become a 22-inch by 14-inch by 9-inch-deep carry-on and even further to a 28-inch check-through suitcase.

12 murals in Philly that speak to the Asian experience

From resistance in Chinatown to gambling addiction in South Philly to the grace of Asian elders in North Philly, here's a look at murals that tell the stories of Asians.

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