Growing up in South Jersey, Taryn Hatcher has always been a Philly sports fan. During her time at Rutgers University, Hatcher interned at NBC Sports Philadelphia, before accepting a position in Hawaii post-graduation. After working for Hawaii News Now as a sports anchor and reporter for three years, Hatcher was offered the job she always wanted: returning to her internship as a multiplatform reporter and anchor, eventually gaining the opportunity to report rinkside for the Flyers. “I always hoped, at some point in my life, I might be fortunate enough to cover the teams I loved growing up, in front of my family and friends,” she says. “Sometimes I still can’t believe I get to do this.” As she begins her second season with the Flyers, Hatcher talks about the places and spaces that she loves most in Philly.
BREAK A SWEAT “It doesn’t matter how good you get at Pure Barre, it never gets easier. It only stops being challenging when you stop challenging yourself. I love that mental/physical aspect.” 1701 Walnut St., Fourth Floor, purebarre.com
AROUND TOWN “Going to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and getting a workout on the steps is an ideal day to me. Once I get inside, I’m a big sucker for a good piece of impressionist art.” 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, philamuseum.org
WINE AND DINE “I love Barcelona Wine Bar. The food is great, and there’s such a cool vibe inside.” 1709 E. Passyunk Ave., barcelonawinebar.com
TIME OFF “It’s nice to unplug from work and just enjoy the Sixers as a fan with my favorite people. We’re all into sports, which makes it super fun.” nba.com/sixers
SIDELINE STYLE “I really like DFTI Boutique. A lot of their clothing reminds me of what I would buy and wear when I was living in Hawaii.” 2026 Chestnut St., dftiboutique.com
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