Olympic breakdance might be on the horizon. Is Philly’s scene ready for the competition?

The International Olympic Committee is considering breakdancing for the 2024 games in Paris. In Philadelphia, hip hop’s second city, many breakers wonder how the judges would measure their groove.

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Dear Abby | Lake house vacation tradition changes after mom’s passing

DEAR ABBY: Every summer, my husband and I, our two boys and my parents would take several vacations at Mom and Dad’s lake home. This is where Dad grew up and where we spent countless vacations as children. It holds much sentimental value to us all. We were lucky enough to have our own space...
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Dear Abby | Lake house vacation tradition changes after mom’s passing

DEAR ABBY: Every summer, my husband and I, our two boys and my parents would take several vacations at Mom and Dad’s lake home. This is where Dad grew up and where we spent countless vacations as children. It holds much sentimental value to us all. We were lucky enough to have our own space upstairs

Horoscopes: Monday, June 24, 2019

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Horoscopes: Monday, June 24, 2019

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Dear Abby | Top high school student plans to take on college by herself

DEAR ABBY: My niece, “Amelia,” was a straight-A student in high school. She took advanced placement courses from 10th grade through 12th and was in all honors classes. She talked about going into the medical field after she got her college degree. Before starting college she wanted to take a...
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Dear Abby | Top high school student plans to take on college by herself

DEAR ABBY: My niece, “Amelia,” was a straight-A student in high school. She took advanced placement courses from 10th grade through 12th and was in all honors classes. She talked about going into the medical field after she got her college degree. Before starting college she wanted to take a year of
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Horoscopes: Sunday, June 23, 2019

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Dear Abby | Mom is miffed that son gets no one-on-one time with dad

DEAR ABBY: My ex-husband and I have been divorced for five years. I have sole custody of our 6-year-old son, “Charlie.” My ex lives five hours away with his current wife and her four children. He makes time to see our son only a few times a year. Anytime he drives down to see Charlie, he always bri

Horoscopes: Saturday, June 22, 2019

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Philadelphia weddings: Kristen Kelly and Michael Moriarty Jr.

“He was very different from everybody else I’d dated,” Kristen said. “He was very caring. And someone I could see having kids with — and it was weird that I was even thinking about that at 19 years old!”

Two major Philadelphia museums have just announced a paired summer discount

The Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Museum of the American Revolution are offering a joint discount that knocks $11 off the price to attend both separately.

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Dear Abby | Waiter’s effort at small talk explodes into savage tirade

DEAR ABBY: Last week I was out with my family of 13 for dinner. My sister-in-law was sitting relaxed in her chair, stretching her back and extending her stomach. The waiter came over and, trying to make small talk, asked her, “What’s the occasion? Are you pregnant?” My sister-in-law isn’t pregnant,

Horoscopes: Friday, June 21, 2019

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On Nevada’s Electric Highway in a Tesla, an Old West ethos versus a techie future

Reno-to-Las Vegas is a 440-mile road trip into the future. Yet it’s also an escape into the past, through ghost towns and past ancient stores and buckaroo saloons, even crumbling bordellos.

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This Philadelphia designer is making menswear more relaxed | Elizabeth Wellington

Let’s face it: Relaxed menswear causes more problems than solutions.

5 guys who should be on Netflix’s Philly ‘Queer Eye’

From Mayor Kenney to Questlove, here are the Philly guys who could do with a Fab Five makeover.

Ask Jennifer Adams: What furniture can make an awkward living room great?

Figuring out what furniture to use in your tiny living room? Here are Jennifer’s tips.

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Schuylkill Yards’ first project: Turning a parking lot into a park | Inga Saffron

The grounds are a nice place for a stroll, but a corporate mission clearly informed the design.

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