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Everything you need to know about in-person and mail voting in Pennsylvania

A lot has changed since the last time Pennsylvania voted in a presidential election, and we know there’s a lot of information out there. We’re here to help.

Everything you need to know about in-person and mail voting in Pennsylvania

A lot has changed since the last time Pennsylvania voted in a presidential election, and we know there’s a lot of information out there. We’re here to help.

Where you can find happy hour specials in Philly and the burbs

Where to find discounted drinks and food after work.

Where you can find happy hour specials in Philly and the burbs

Where to find discounted drinks and food after work.

The fall equinox is this morning, and darker days and moods may be ahead. Here’s what to do about it.

The equinox occurs at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, and health experts warn that eroding light can affect your well-being.

The fall equinox is this morning, and darker days and moods may be ahead. Here’s what to do about it.

The equinox occurs at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, and health experts warn that eroding light can affect your well-being.
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Here are some of the Philly-area restaurants that have opened in 2020

The pandemic has slowed down the action, but newcomers abound.

Here are some of the Philly-area restaurants that have closed in 2020

The Philadelphia region’s restaurant scene is in constant motion, even without a pandemic.

Pandemic precautions will be with us for a while. Here’s what the next 6 months will be like, according to Philly COVID-19 experts.

With more than a half-year of COVID-19 behind us, we look ahead. From treatments to vaccines, racial disparities to protective gear, immunity to nursing, here are trends to look for.

Philly family fun this week: pumpkin carving, a pop-up play station and more

A new pop-up play station debuts at the Franklin Institute Wednesday. Morgan's Pier will have pumpkin carving on weekends.

How to become a poll worker for the November election (and make up to $250 to do it)

You can volunteer to be a paid poll worker on election day. Here's what's involved.

How to create a pandemic pod for safe social interaction

Here's how to create a quarantine bubble to help you socialize with friends and family when cooler weather puts an end to outdoor gatherings.

To do this week: Get your outdoors fall-ready

This week, we have advice for how to make sense of a whole other pandemic season.

Outdoor heaters are the hot accessory as it gets colder. Here’s how to buy one.

Propane, gas, electric? What are your options when it comes to buying your own patio heater, and what should you look out for when purchasing one? Here is what you need to know.

Things to do this week: Mann Center Virtual Party, Eastern State Penitentiary Night Tours, last call for Jurassic Quest and more

Plus Restaurant Week and Dining Days, Fringe Festival, installations at the Navy Yard and more

These Philly-area museums and attractions have reopened

Today, you can enter a giant beating heart at the Franklin Institute, walk through a rainbow of blooms at Longwood Gardens, explore a mosaicked wonderland at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, and more.

Here’s when your landlord can raise your rent and by how much

When can your landlord raise your rent and by how much? Here is what you need to know.

6 new art installations to explore at the Navy Yard, including an orange monster in a ‘Jawn’ T-shirt

M.I.M.O.S.A. features six installations from seven different artists from India, Spain, Amsterdam, and also here, including Philadelphia’s Kid Hazo and South Fellini.

Don’t isolate your friends who are parents — even if their kids are back out in the world

Here’s how to socialize now with parents who have kids in school right now.