It’s Christmas in South Jersey for early-bird Philly families. Plus more to do with kids this week.

Christmas anticipators can jump start the season in Hammonton and Mount Laurel. Also this week: a huge, streamed dance party, citizenship for scouts, and opportunities to be a planet protector.

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.

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

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

Margate rejects plans for a boardwalk

Margatians will continue to head to Ventnor and Atlantic City for their Boardwalk needs.

Margate rejects plans for a boardwalk

Margatians will continue to head to Ventnor and Atlantic City for their Boardwalk needs.
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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.

Try these family activities to keep the election jitters at a low simmer this week

Enjoy outdoor storytime at Chew Playground, pick up a free crafting kit for upcoming virtual workshops, stretch Halloween into Nov. 1 at the Museum of the American Revolution.

To do this week: Go vote

Two things this week: Voting and Halloween. And we've got everything you need to know to do both.

Can I see my friends and family for Thanksgiving if I quarantine for two weeks?

We asked experts to share advice on how to approach the upcoming holiday season, along with strategies you can take to decrease risk.

How to host a safe outdoor Thanksgiving (and decide if you should)

Here’s how experts say to approach an outdoor Thanksgiving celebration.

Things to do this week: All things Halloween, Sam Smith, Lil Dicky's party, Día de los Muertos, movies at Wells Fargo and more

Plus Philadelphia Film Festival, Parks on Tap, First Sunday at the Barnes and Philadelphia Museum of Art, and more.

What should you do if your usual pharmacy is closed right now?

If you are having trouble getting your medication at your usual pharmacy, you may be able to get it elsewhere.

Feeling pandemic and election stress? These easy breathing techniques can help.

Mindfulness expert Kapil Nayar walks us three ways to find relief.

Philly’s Chronicling Resistance curator plans to bring more voices and images into libraries and archives

The Free Library was awarded a $600,000 grant to collect photos, scrapbooks and documents of underrepresented groups.

Oh, boo, a Halloween without trick-or-treating. Here are some fun Philly family alternatives.

Zoom into an Art Museum party, dance to "Thriller" at People's Light, take a Halloween/dino-themed stroll in Haddonfield, or go all the way alt with an Oct. 31 bird walk in Tacony.

To do this week: Prep your house for winter, and get out and enjoy the fall

Everything you need for a day-trip to Lancaster. We’ve got your winter-is-coming to-do list for getting your house ready. And we’ve got an easy way to keep up with the current guidelines.

Southwest Airlines will put passengers back in middle seats starting Dec. 1

With Southwest's move, Delta is the only one of the four largest airlines that hasn't lifted the middle seat free policy yet.

The day trip: Lancaster city guide

Lancaster, 90 minutes from Philadelphia, has a strong arts scene, rich history, and killer downtown area. In short, there is no lack of things to do, especially if you’re down for a day trip.

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