Three great new public spaces restore Logan's Square's gracious charm, but the reconstruction of 676 was a lost opportunity.
The number of kayakers in the U.S. has more than doubled over the last decade, from about 6 million in 2006 to more than 15 million in 2016.
There's much to do before you start celebrating Fourth of July.
Philadelphia offers developers incentives to build reduced-priced housing in gentrifying neighborhoods.
The Philadelphia-based home goods start-up that launched online, evolved into a series of pop-up shops around the city and, as of Friday, has a permanent address on Fabric Row,
A new studio space for artists promises to create a year-round destination on the Delaware.
Are rose gold colors a fad that will look dated soon?
Remove flowers after they have bloomed. This prevents pollinated flowers from making fruit or setting seeds, which causes the plant to "senesce," or get old and stop making new flowers.
At least for now, one old-school diner survives the closing of Little Pete's.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation wants to help the city do a better job of protecting its architectural heritage.
Is The Bridge in Old City the best new residential tower in Philadelphia?
In general, cool colors like blues and greens are calming and very tranquil, which makes them ideal for bedrooms. But a navy carpet might make your room feel quite dark.
Get ready for the onslaught. The insects are here!
How many truck deliveries does it take to produce a Philadelphia cheesesteak? More than you think.
In the fading light of a Tuesday evening, Marybeth Yuce of Ardmore is snapping cell phone photos of her just-turned-15 daughter Isabella, her other daughter Ariel and their friend Jiah-Dae. Suddenly she notices an unfamiliar addition on Manayunk's canal towpath: Diego Rivera's Sugar Cane.