Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
It was a months-long quest, and it took us through mountains of pasta, gallons of gravy, and more Limoncello than can possibly be healthy, but here, now, are the 30 greatest spots to eat Italian food in this city.
By Chrstine Speer Lejeune, Jason Sheehan
Penn criminologist Adrian Raine thinks that simple medical tests might determine whether your baby will grow up to be a psychopath. If he's right, would you have your kid tested? Really? Would you?
Understanding Bart Blatstein's impact on Philadelphia is easy: He's the most creative developer this city has seen in a generation. Understanding the man himself? That's a whole different story.
There may be no finer way to spend a summer evening in Philadelphia than sitting on a blanket and listening to the sweet sounds of the Mann Music Center. Here, an oral history of the city's beloved cultural jewel.
Our writer grabs a bunk at one of Philly's most iconic camps to see the epic, high-emotion moments that defined life at summer camp for generations.
From the '74 Flyers to the '08 Phillies and everything in between, we look at what elements make us love (or loathe) our sports teams.
Our writer could be just like Martha Stewart. She just needs one less piano in her house and a chance—and she'll go to war to prove it.
Unless The Bachelor is on, that is. Plus the best-selling author dishes on annoyingly phlegmy men, her aversion to Hollywood glamour and her penchant for turndown services.
Dining, Food & Wine
Chef Matt Levin likens himself to a square peg that doesn't fit into a round hole. But since when does nonconformity taste like Kool-Aid?
This East Passyunk whiskey joint is serving up a whole lot more than simple bar food, and they're completely crushing it to boot.
Shopping & Style
From a secret breakfast spot in New Hope to Newtown's animal-inspired ice cream shop, here are five reasons to flee urban life—if only for the day.
From black soap to truffle flatbread, state representative Tony Payton Jr. tells us his eight everyday essentials.
The Olympics. Kate Middleton. Downton Abbey. England's never felt less dreary and more glamorous.
The Convention Center debacle has reignited the union debate in Philadelphia, and this time, we need to face it head-on.