Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
From Instagram to the iPhone, we live in an era of constant innovation. And nowhere is that energy more palpable than in Philadelphia, which is being reborn before our eyes. So what happens next?
It's the city's cultural culinary jewel. Here, your everything-you-need-to-know guide to Philly's most beloved market.
Brutish threats, expletive-heavy protests, oil poured at construction-site entrances–for years, Philly unions have used intimidation and bully tactics to protect their power. Then two young developers set up cameras and a website, and set in motion the most dramatic power shift the city has seen in generations.
This city's Ergo-wearing, playdate-arranging, totally involved fathers are anxious to discuss breastfeeding ... with their friends. A look at the new Philly father.
Would it be okay if I stopped trying to live forever and just had fun?
Between bringing Dr. J back to the team as a consultant and hiring a Broadway company to set up their arena lighting, the Sixers' CEO and co-owner is breathing new life into the beloved Philly sports franchise.
Plus: AM radio's most levelheaded talk-show host tells us about a dog called Mr. Lucy, his Tandy word processor, and his conversation with President Obama about the Book of Secrets.
Dining, Food & Wine
Jane Guo's newest culinary endeavor means to provide high-end Asian fusion to Philly. But is that what Philly really wants?
Executive Chefs Danny Teng and Mister Ma churn out an ample collection of Asian-fusion fare.
Shopping & Style
The New Hope-based corporate and political strategist has worked on the campaigns of Rendell and Obama. His other project? A 1940s bungalow on the banks of the Delaware Canal.
Beneath the ornate "Friendship Gate" spanning 10th and Arch lies a buzzing mini-city where English is the second language. Here, proof that Chinatown is worth rediscovering.