Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
The traditions, oddities, foods, sounds, landmarks and characters that make us deliriously happy to call this place our own.
With all of its tattoo parlors, hemp shops and bars, it takes a real Philadelphian to embrace our most misunderstood street.
Whether you're chowing down in Lot K on game day or sitting fieldside in the Linc, one thing is clear: Sunday is for the Birds.
We love it. We hate it. We wouldn't live anywhere else.
It really pisses him off. Plus, the the Chickie’s and Pete’s owner tells us about his trip to the Vatican, his Italian heritage (again and again), and the two times he broke the law (that we know of).
Nothing brings out that Grinch-y holiday feeling quite like mandatory gift giving for everyone from teacher to crossing guard.
Democrats are licking their chops for Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord to run against Governor Corbett, but the state may not be ready for a thoroughly modern politician.
Dining, Food & Wine
With Will, ex-Pumpkin chef Chris Kearse opens the BYO of the year on East Passyunk.
Daniel Endicott and Gerard Olson's Ambler eatery isn't perfect, but with some help from chef Kaylin Miska, it might just be the perfect brewpub.
Shopping & Style
Ten of the best modern-day general stores, each packed with a lot of little somethings for everyone on your holiday gift list.
Election 2012 proved that our mainstream media's credibility is in serious trouble, and the New York Times lead the charge.