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13 non-touristy places in Philly to take your out-of-town relatives

They're much less touristy than your typical spots, but still offer that typical Philly experience.

Will Midtown Village leave the Gayborhood behind?

As the neighborhood grows and changes, some worry about a loss of identity.

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Here’s where to watch and play bocce this summer

It may not have originated here, but bocce ball is an extremely popular Philly activity.

Open Thread: How can Philly become more bike-friendly?

Weigh in below

The top Curbed Philly longreads of 2018

We delved into the history and rebirth of Philly spaces—and the people behind them

‘Your story doesn’t end here’: New project aims to give hope to Philly’s homeless

Signs across Center City will include information and inspirational messages

Construction begins on $60M religious exhibit at Independence Mall

The Faith and Liberty Discovery Center is opening in 2020

What to know for Philly’s Thanksgiving Day parade

Road closures, routes, how to watch, and more

What to expect for the Veterans Parade this weekend

Everything you need to know

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Mapping the development boom along the Schuylkill River

There have been a lot of changes in the past few years

Philadelphia Holocaust Memorial Plaza opens on the Parkway

The $7 million project brings interactive technology into the mix

Open Thread: Tell us what you think of the city’s transit plan

The plan was introduced Wednesday morning

‘Reclaiming public space’: How Philadelphians turned ads into art

Trash cans decked out with loud yellow ads have been turned into art pieces by local artists, thanks to a group of Philadelphians.

Developer sells luxury University City tower to California-based firm

The tower was designed by Southern Land Company and received LEED certification

Bringing play to historic Philly

We talked to the director of the Betsy Ross house about how historic Philly sites combine "play" with education, allowing kids to interact with their urban environment, both present and past.

Center City floods after water main break

SEPTA shut down bus lines and the city shut down roads

Controversial construction tax bill passes council

The bill narrowly passed following public comment both opposing and supporting it Thursday.

SEPTA considering bus network redesign with faster routes

A report outlined the ways SEPTA could boost bus ridership

After two years, LOVE Park reopens with new look

"This is your space... this is your city"

Pulse art installation coming (finally) to Dilworth Park

It will cast green mist across the park

Weekend transit roundup: The Broad Street Run and more

What to look out for when traveling the city this weekend

Center City Condo with floor-to-ceiling windows asks $800K

It’s a two-bed, two-bath

Two Years Later: Revisiting the Market Street Collapse

When The Moon Is In The Seventh House, The Gallery Gets Turned Inside-Out

Demo at East Market Looks Mighty Fine This Friday Afternoon

NIMBY, Digital Billboards!