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Fresh pasta at Southwark

A fresh take on a neighborhood stalwart in Queen Village

Situated on the corner of 4th and Bainbridge Streets at the gateway to Fabric Row, Southwark, a beloved bar and restaurant, is under new management. Chris D'Ambro and Marina De Oliveira have kept the soul of the place intact while freshening up the space and menu.

Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest

19 reasons why this just might be the best Philly winter ever

Temperatures are dropping, scarves are being wrangled from the back of closets and hands are being warmed around steaming mugs. That can only mean one thing: Winter is here. We've got some ideas for how you can make this one your best yet.

Philly Style Bagels

Our editor's 26 favorite dishes in Philadelphia

Looking for something tasty in the City of Brotherly Love? Check out this list of beloved menu items from across Philly. We've got it all: cheesesteaks, fine dining, Mexican eats, ice cold coffee, hot dumplings, and much more.

Proposed improvements to Fabric Row

Sew and Tell: Fabric Row is Philly's next hot street

South Fourth Street is a commercial corridor in transition -- long home to the city's fabric industry, this Queen Village thoroughfare is attracting an increasingly diverse slate of boutiques, eateries and maker-centric businesses. 

Local artist Drew Leshko

InLiquid Artist Profile: Drew Leshko's tiny houses pay tribute to architectural history

This Fishtown-based artist builds intricate scale models of buildings at risk for demolition or development.

Rodin Square

14 development projects that will transform Philadelphia

Flying Kite highlights some of the city's most inspiring and revolutionary projects, from the rescue of the Divine Lorraine to the Reading Viaduct's reinvention to luxury living in Logan Circle. There's a lot worth getting worked up over.

Used Bookstore Guide

Browse Local: A guide to Philadelphia's best used bookstores

Philadelphia's neighborhoods are home to some wonderful used bookstores rife with hidden gems and great deals. Whether its an old theater in Port Richmond or a small storefront in West Philly, these spots are set to steal your afternoon.


InLiquid Artist Interview: John Y. Wind

The local artist talks about the process behind his provocative collage installations; his first solo show runs through June 26 at the James Oliver Gallery.


Exploring Philadelphia's exquisite underbelly at the Hidden City Festival

Get ready for Philadelphia's coolest event. Starting May 23, the second Hidden City Festival will activate nine historic spaces throughout the city, transforming vacant and underappreciated treasures into interactive art.

Ana Rankin

InLiquid Artist Profile: Stargazing with Ana Vizcarra Rankin

This Uruguayan-born artist works in multiple media, creating elaborate layered maps inspired by stars in the night sky.


South Philly Food Co-op embarks on big membership push

Once the nascent neighborhood food mecca reaches 400 members, the search for a location begins.

Sara McCorriston

InLiquid: Feeling your way with Sara McCorriston

Fiber artist Sara McCorriston lets one thing lead to another in her freewheeling creative process.
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