Caroline Russock

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Caroline Coral is a food and travel writer who splits her time between Philadelphia and the Caribbean. Follow her on Instagram at @caroline.f.coral.

August 7, 2018

Lifestyle

Sugaring vs. waxing vs. laser hair removal: a comparison

Until Sasquatch chic becomes a thing, there’s a good chance that a significant portion of your warm-weather grooming schedule is devoted to hair removal. DIY-ers tend to stick with razors or depilatory creams, but pros know that there are more than a few ways to stay smooth all summer long.

June 12, 2018

Weddings

6 green, gorgeous and gaze-worthy wedding venues in & around Philadelphia

While no one is is going to raise an eyebrow at a catering hall or country club affair, there are plenty of venues in and around the Philadelphia area that make for just as memorable backdrops and photo ops for your wedding. From rehabbed high schools to fairytale farms, here are some fresh ideas on where to get hitched this season.

June 8, 2018

Parties

Fresh ideas for bachelor parties in 2018

If you’re a lucky maid of honor or best man, and crafting a plot for a summer blockbuster isn’t in the cards for your bestie’s prenuptial party, we’ve lined up some ideas to keep the celebrations classy.

May 24, 2018

Weddings

Your ultimate 2018 wedding style guide

This past weekend’s royal nuptials kicked off the season of passed hors d’oeuvres, wedding DJs requests and tipsy best man speeches. Wedding season is upon us and open bars never go out of style – keeping up with wedding trends is a full time job.

April 5, 2018

Soda

What's the deal with South Jersey's BOOST! beverage?

That first cup of BOOST! was the greatest thing I have ever tasted. With temperatures reaching 126 degrees, that was, and still is, the best gift I have ever received!”

January 4, 2018

Television

Meet the Philly native who plans 'The Real Housewives' trips

Fans of Bravo’s "Real Housewives" franchises know that the most memorable moments in the show’s history always take place on vacation.

November 28, 2017

Travel and Leisure

One Stop Away: a wolf sanctuary in Lancaster

This time around, we’re heading west to Lancaster County, an area where stuck-in-time Amish culture meets an up-and-coming downtown filled with farm-to-table fare, vintage finds, and outlets that are well worth the drive.

November 7, 2017

Foodie

Philly chefs' favorite foods for under $20

Ever wondered what your favorite Philly chefs are eating when they’re off the clock?

November 6, 2017

Travel and Leisure

Phoenixville, Chesco is just one stop away

Philadelphia’s central location on I-95 means that both New York and Baltimore are a quick, 100 mile trip. But within that very same 100-mile radius are plenty of weekend away-worthy escapes ideal for fall vacationing.

October 31, 2017

Restaurants

10 of Philly's most missed closed restaurants

Not dwelling on the past is one of the prime benefits of Philadelphia’s thriving dining scene. But even with incredible eating options debuting on a weekly basis, it’s worth taking a moment to pay homage to the restaurants that made it all possible.

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