Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
Whites, race, class, and the things that never get said.
By Robert Huber
As Philly's theater scene grows more and more vibrant, no one garners greater acclaim and admiration than the longtime Wilma artistic director. But the works she presents onstage are no more powerful than the story of her own life.
Supporters rallied around Lori Stilley when she confessed she was dying of bladder cancer. Until the day her sister went to the police with a shocking allegation—that Lori wasn't sick at all.
Philadelphia fashion has long been linked to the dreaded sweatpant, but a new, ultra-stylish city is emerging. Here, the best dressed power players, designers and bloggers that the city has to offer—and why we might just kiss our sweatpants stigma goodbye.
That's what 10 years and no Super Bowls will get you. Plus, the 52-6-2 fighter talks Scarface, branzino, and the hard time he spent in Graterford Prison.
As more 20- and 30-somethings decide to stay in the city to raise their children, Philly's school problem isn't just a big issue—it's the only issue.
The former Steelers star and Penn State alum is determined to prove Joe Pa's innocence in the Sandusky scandal. Is he crazy, or the only one telling the truth?
Dining, Food & Wine
David Magerman's Jewish eatery brings proper kosher food to Merion with some guidance from the inimitable Michael Solomonov.
If there's one thing Rob Wasserman and Michael Schulson's new Ardmore bistro knows how to do, it's disappoint.
Shopping & Style
Whether you're into Nashville's honky tonk vibe or simply prefer the historical digs of Charleston, we've got four southern cities that are perfect for a weekend getaway this spring.
Why Philly needs a natural disaster to wake us up from our longstanding inbred, do-nothing political culture.