It’s almost summer, after a spring spent, for many of us, largely inside. We’re in the yellow phase, though we still have to limit how much we go out: Spring is almost gone, but the virus isn’t. This week, we have how to think about vacations this year, and some local black-owned restaurants to support. But before we get there:
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Are summer vacations just canceled? Technically, we’re in the yellow phase, and since we’re not under stay-at-home orders anymore, you are allowed to go somewhere else. But should you? Nick Vadala broke down how to think about the risk if you need a holiday. Here are some key things to think about:
More good advice, including safer ways to camp, hit the beach, and other trip tips in Nick’s full piece.
If you’re looking to support some of Philly’s black-owned restaurants, Craig LaBan has put together a list of a dozen of his favorite spots from across the region. Hungry? Here are some places to start:
Craig’s full piece will make you hungry, and also links to more comprehensive lists of black-owned food businesses that will keep you full for weeks.