Where you can get your bike fixed in Philadelphia during the coronavirus

Bicycle shops are considered "life-sustaining" businesses in Philadelphia. Here's where you can get your bike tuned up right now.

Use our simple template to make a face mask at home: A step-by-step guide

Our template can help you make a face mask to wear when you go out in public, as state and federal officials now recommend.

Use our simple template to make a face mask at home: A step-by-step guide

Our template can help you make a face mask to wear when you go out in public, as state and federal officials now recommend.

How not to destroy your relationship while spending 24/7 together during coronavirus quarantine

Coronavirus quarantining has pushed many of us to spend more time with our partners than ever before. Here's how not to get divorced.

How not to destroy your relationship while spending 24/7 together during coronavirus quarantine

Coronavirus quarantining has pushed many of us to spend more time with our partners than ever before. Here's how not to get divorced.

How to make a face mask, and what you need to know about homemade masks

Often constructed simply of materials like cotton fabric and elastic, DIY face masks are all over the internet right now. But do they work? Are hospitals even taking them? Here's what you need to know.

How to make a face mask, and what you need to know about homemade masks

Often constructed simply of materials like cotton fabric and elastic, DIY face masks are all over the internet right now. But do they work? Are hospitals even taking them? Here's what you need to know.
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Can I get married during the coronavirus?

Because of coronavirus, most couples are postponing their wedding plans. But not everyone can. Here's what you need to know.

Things to do (from home) this week: time to get your hands dirty, and how to deal with your hair

By now, many of us have settled into our strange new normal. We’ve spent the last few weeks stopping almost everything we normally do. So, this week is the time to start something.

Here’s what’s on this weekend: Meghan Markle narrates Disney show, LeVar Burton reads for grownups, Kim Kardashian calls for justice

In live streams from musicians, check out Neil Young's "Fireside Sessions," Amanda Shires' “I So Lounging” series, and some great programming out of hard-hit New Orleans.

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Should I cut my bangs? Take out my weave? Your at-home beauty questions, answered

We’ve answered a few of your pressing beauty questions to help you keep it together during this trying time. We want you to feel good so you can keep going.

Dig it: Quarantine stinks, but if you’re stuck at home you can get a head start on your lawn and garden

Experts have advice on how to take advantage of COVID downtime to work on your lawn and garden.

Zoom bombing: What it is, and how to stop it from ruining your coronavirus events

Zoom, a platform originally designed for business use, has been pressed into service as a social media platform. And the online abuse has already begun.

How to thank your cashier during the coronavirus

Here are some ideas of how to show some gratitude to frontline workers like cashiers, pharmacists and delivery people.

How to take care of your new coronavirus quarantine beard

So you're growing a quarantine beard. Here's how to take care of it.

Gardening self-care: Vegetables you can plant right now (indoors and out) during the coronavirus pandemic

These are vegetables you can plant right now, whether you have a garden, a balcony, or just a window.

The best ways to professionally network while socially distancing during coronavirus

The climate is certainly different now as we Slack, Skype and Zoom from our dining room tables in yoga pants. But business conversations are resuming and it’s important to stay connected. Here is how.

How to help older relatives use video calling during coronavirus

So now is the time to figure out how to get your older parents, grandparents, friends and relatives comfortable with video calling. Though it may seem complicated or intimidating to some, it doesn’t have to be. Here is what you need to know.

Things to do (from home) this week: Stream these events, reset your routine, make a pantry cocktail

What to do from home this week in Philadelphia. Every week, we’ll give you things to do and also practical information about how to live better and get through this.

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