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An international black dance festival lands in Philly. Here are pro-tips for what to see.

The International Association of Blacks in Dance will be bringing a stacked performance series and a robust line-up of classes.

'Suspiciously nice day' brings record-breaking heat — and concerns about climate change

"A suspiciously nice day," said one person about Saturday's spring-like feel in Philadelphia, where the high temperature reached 67 degrees. The warmest Jan. 11 on record had previously been in 1975.

You can ask philosophers anything at a Philly pop-up booth — at Suburban Station

Got a question? Get it answered by a philosopher at Suburban Station until Saturday.

For one last time, Philly’s combo batting cages/concert venue Everybody Hits packs the house

It’s become a common story: A cherished underground venue pops up in Philadelphia, makes fans and artists gush about the shows and parties there, perhaps even wows visitors with its creative, unexpected reuse of an older location, then later it’s gone.

7 tips for transitioning back to work after the holidays

How to take on your 2020 goals, with self-care.

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How Philly ballroom survived three decades: ‘Moments are greater than wins’

Inside ball culture — and how the community perseveres to create wins and unforgettable moments.

LEGENDARY: 30 Years of Philly Ballroom

Watch the trailer for The Inquirer’s documentary on the Philadelphia ballroom scene.

Legendary: 30 Years of Philly Ballroom

An inside look into the effort to preserve Philadelphia's ballroom scene, a black LGBTQ safe-space that has endured for 30 years.