Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
For more than 30 years, crime reporter George Anastasia covered the Philly Mob and lived to see the city's mafiosos take the hit.
By George Anastasia
The existential crisis of the smartphone generation.
Armed with a $2 billion endowment, visionary William Penn Foundation president Jeremy Nowak wanted to bring to life a new Philadelphia. Old Philadelphia, it seems, has other ideas.
Put down your phone, get off your couch, and go see something. Here, our curated (ha!) list of Philly's greatest galleries, historic houses, attractions and collections.
Plus, the boisterous Philadelphia Gay News publisher tells us about his coming out and why he'll never retire.
Some split couples are making the tough decision to continue co-habitating—even waving to each other as one heads out on a date. Is it the new, healthy road to divorce?
It produced scores of the city's ruling class, including Michael Nutter, John Dougherty and Jim Kenney. But can it keep going?
Dining, Food & Wine
How in the world did Philly's best barbecue come from New York's hippest borough? Ask Stephen Starr.
Former Talula's Garden head chef Michael Santoro is cooking with cast iron and playing with fire at his new seasonal american eatery.
Shopping & Style
Forget Jeweler's Row, these five Philly-area treasure troves have all the diamonds and gold you could want in your handmade jewelery. Eat your heart out, Tiffany.
The Katacomb: Vintage founder and Philly fashionista shows off her grand, gilted, and livable ode to Parisian 1920s opulence.
With President Obama refusing to play the political game, it's no wonder Lincoln was such a hit: Americans are hungry for an actual leader.