Yes, you can get the flu and the coronavirus at the same time

Many symptoms are similar, and some groups of people are at higher risk for both. Getting the two at once could make things worse, for patients and hospitals alike.

How to fix relationships the election has strained

Unless we want to sit alone in cranky self-righteousness, we must find a way to at least try to repair our relationships. Experts say it will take honesty, transparency and forgiveness.

How to fix relationships the election has strained

Unless we want to sit alone in cranky self-righteousness, we must find a way to at least try to repair our relationships. Experts say it will take honesty, transparency and forgiveness.

Could there be a vote recount in Pennsylvania, and how would that work?

Recounts are carried out when there’s a close margin of victory between candidates, or when requested, but the laws vary by state. Here's how they work in Pennsylvania

Could there be a vote recount in Pennsylvania, and how would that work?

Recounts are carried out when there’s a close margin of victory between candidates, or when requested, but the laws vary by state. Here's how they work in Pennsylvania

Can Pennsylvania split up its 20 electoral votes?

“Can electoral votes be cast proportionally, reflecting the popular vote in each state?” one reader wrote in to Curious Philly. “Is this a federal decision, or do states decide?”

Can Pennsylvania split up its 20 electoral votes?

“Can electoral votes be cast proportionally, reflecting the popular vote in each state?” one reader wrote in to Curious Philly. “Is this a federal decision, or do states decide?”
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To do this week: It’s been a stressful week. Here’s how to recover.

We have some great tips for how to relax, even though, with the election still undecided as of this writing, it’s still tense out there.

Things to do this week: Skate at Dilworth Park, GZA, Veteran's Day Parade, Día de los Muertos and more

Plus film festival, night tours of the Magic Gardens, and more

Refreshing your feed isn’t always helpful. Here’s how to use social media better this week.

How should you think about using social media right now? Here are some ways to do it better.

Need comfort food right now? Chefs’ picks for takeout and delivery in Philly

Comfort takeout for trying times: pizza, noodle soup, cheesecake and more.

Election stress and anxiety? Click here.

This is a news-filled week, and also one filled with uncertainty and emotion. Here are some resources to help manage the stress, as you keep up with the news.

You’ll need a plan for Thanksgiving. Here are 4 ways to do it.

Thanksgiving 2020 means fewer plates at the dinner table, smaller turkeys, Zoom celebrations or moving the entire thing outdoors.

Utility shutoffs are starting again in Philly. Here’s what to do if you’re behind on your bills.

If you’re low-income or financially struggling, you may be a “protected customer,” and be able to avoid a shutoff. But it’s not automatic. Here's what you need to know

Free Election Day food, and meal & drink deals after you vote in Philly

Whether you need a (free!) coffee to warm up after voting, a (half-priced) margarita, or (cheap) pizza after long lines at the polls, we've got the deals you can score on Election Day in Philly.

Waiting in line to vote? Here’s how to kill time.

If you’re planning to vote in person today and get stuck in a long polling line, we’ve rounded up a bunch of ways to keep your brain busy, and hopefully release some of that Election Day anxiety.

The election is here. Here’s some critical information to make voting on Election Day easier.

We’re here to help you vote in the 2020 election. Here is some information to make things easier.

What to do if you have voting problems on Election Day

What if your polling place has moved? What if your name isn't in the poll book or your signature doesn't match? Here's what to do.

Where to get a fresh turkey for Thanksgiving around Philadelphia

Fresh birds don't require a days-long defrost, and they taste better, too.

Will the pandemic shrink your Thanksgiving turkey? Don’t count on it.

"The Butterballs of the world, they can slaughter turkeys whenever they want and freeze them. But our birds are alive and kicking the week before Thanksgiving."

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