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The Barnes Foundation Opens its New Philadelphia Home

The new campus of the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia represents, simply put, a game changer for what a museum can be, the experience of art,...

Great Restaurants in Philadelphia

A new generation of chefs is putting Philadelphia’s restaurants on the map.

City of Brotherly Suds: A Weekend Tour of Philadelphia's Best Beer

I’m convinced that there's a force field surrounding New York, preventing me from breaking free of the five boroughs. How else to explain the months...

First Taste: Jose Garces's Newest Philadelphia Restaurant

As you may remember, I stumbled upon the relatively new Garces Trading Co. on a recent visit to Philadelphia. Well, chef Jose Garces opened yet another...

The Best Brunch in Philadelphia?

I recently returned from a low-key weekend excursion to nearby Philadelphia—a city near and dear to me, as the site of my first on-my-own apartment—to...

Ooh La La! Philly Arts Festival Channels France

Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, has long shared a bond with the City of Light (statesmen, inventor, composer, and proud Philadelphian Benjamin Franklin served...

Walk Among the Treetops at Philly's Morris Arboretum

Here at T+L, we've gotten a bit of a bad rap, because folks seem to think we have some major beef with the lovely city...

Q&A with screen and stage actor Leslie Odom Jr.

What does the recently opened Broadway musical, Leap of Faith, about a charlatan preacher; the NBC musical drama Smash, revolving around the intrigue and egos...

The Philadelphia Experiment

What happens when America's most historic city wants to forge a new identity?Francine Maroukian looks beyond the Liberty Bell.

Ask T+L: Kyoto, Vatican Gardens, Photo-Sharing, Philadelphia

Q: My wife and I want to stay at a ryokan during our upcoming trip to Kyoto. Can you suggest any that offer an authentic...
ACTIVITIES

Neshoba County Fair

Held annually in central Mississippi during the last week in July, the 119-year-old Neshoba County Fair is a study in Americana: there are harness races, corn dogs, fresh-squeezed lemonade, a Ferris... more ›


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