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Welcome to the summer of hard seltzer. We taste-tested 13 drinks to find the best and worst.

From big brands like Truly Hard and White Claw to locals like Two Robbers, here's a guide to buying the drink of the summer.

Quilts from the American South are on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Works by prominent Gee's Bend quilters and part of a collection newly acquired from the influential Souls Grown Deep Foundation, promoting contemporary African American artists from the South.

Yoga Hive Philly will host goat, lamb, duck, monkey, and lizard yoga — all at once — in July

The East Passyunk Studio brings a Noah’s Ark of sorts to South Philly to celebrate its one-year anniversary.

Making new friends in Philadelphia? We want to hear your stories.

What's your experience of making new friends as an adult? We want to know.

An outdoor dining guide to Philly’s patios, courtyards, and rooftops

From Suraya's garden to Dahlak's bustling back patio, a neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to eating outside — off the sidewalk.

Philadelphians can tell their stories in the StoryCorps mobile recording booth at 30th Street Station

StoryCorps, the nonprofit organization that collects the stories of everyday Americans, is recording interviews in Philadelphia from May 28 to June 26 through their mobile recording booth. The booth is parked at 30th Street Station.

Bishop Joseph Galante, 80, led Diocese of Camden

While in Camden, Bishop Galante oversaw what was the most severe parish consolidations in U.S. history.

Second case of mumps confirmed at Abington Senior High School

Abington School District is urging students, teachers and other staff who are not immune and have never received a mumps-containing vaccine to stay home from school and work until they are vaccinated or through June 12.