Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
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Thanks New York: Your Great Bedbug Plague has come south and invaded our lives (along with the stinkbugs and squirrels). Now only a few good men — and their dogs — stand between Philadelphia and a hostile takeover.
The man who’s stockpiled the best pitching rotation in baseball history is brash, cocky and oozing self-confidence. There’s just one more thing we need him to do: Win the damn World Series
Letters, texts and phone calls. Promises of championships. Offers of big-money scholarships. Another day in the college sports recruiting wars? No, it’s what local kids as young as 10 are being deluged with—from some of Philadelphia’s most elite private high schools
Two decades after taking over the family cheese shop on 9th Street, cousins Bill and Emilio Mignucci have turned Di Bruno Bros. into a $20 million foodie empire. For their next trick: saving the Italian market
It’s good to be Ahmir Thompson these days. His band, the Roots, just won their second, third and fourth Grammys, and they’re entering a...
She talks to 9,000 “Skins”-watching, ADD-afflicted teenagers every day. She knows more about your kids than you do — and it’s turned her into corporate America’s go-to expert on the Millennials
After divorcing chef and partner Bryan Sikora last year, successful restaurateur Aimee Olexy—of reservation-impossible Talula’s Table—is poised to make a fresh start with Talula’s Garden. This time, she’s got Stephen Starr by her side
Dining, Food & Wine
Passover is on its way and that reminds us: Most kosher wine is best when … avoided. Or so we thought until speaking with Zahav’s Steve...
This irreverent bruncherie makes mid-morning meals fun.
Eggs. They symbolize so much: springtime, new beginnings...breakfast. Chefs are topping brunch pizzas with them, like Marshall Green does at...
A watering-hole 101
The English accent is spot-on at Stephen Starr’s latest restaurant
Two Distrito alums bring cheery Mexican fare to Fort Washington
As long as Garces and Starr keep avoiding the ‘burbs, Main Liners will resort to getting their Spanish-tapas fix from places like this one,...
Just when you thought there wasn’t room for another restaurant at the white-hot nexus of 13th and Sansom streets, along comes this stylish Greek...
The Belgian gourmet-bakery chain has landed on Rittenhouse Row, toting along its vaguely European, rustic farmhouse interior and its signature...
The owners of nearby Raw have taken oven the former APO lounge, instituting a brief, mostly successful menu that meanders through Asia (crackly...
Lamb’s neck bastilla, Zahav There’s no better place in Philly than Michael Solomonov’s kitchen to try every part of the lamb...
Shopping & Style
All the lip, eye and cheek color in the world means nothing without well-tended skin.
New England: The 21-room Tides Beach Club opens this May in Kennebunkport, with two suites designed by Jonathan Adler. Opening special is $199 per...
Explore a city and its islands all in one weekend
Our favorite quirky, silly, stylin’ ways to guard your tiny tot against Philly’s soaking-wet spring!
This month, more than 1,000 artists will converge for the ambitious Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, a showcase inspired by the...
When the real estate market boomed, they made a bundle. Then the market tanked
Thanks to Temple prof Laurence Steinberg, they might not ever grow up
Mom is on Facebook. So why isn’t Zack Stalberg?
The local crime writer sets his sights on the Delco gambler who sparked a national scandal
The problem with powerful unions