Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
From nights out in Center City to working with abused pets, Chase and Jen Utley have embraced Philadelphia as much as the city has embraced them
By Larry Platt
Andrew Wyeth's latest painting, Stop, watercolor, 2008.
© Andrew Wyeth
© Andrew Wyeth
Help Chase and Jennifer Utley in their fight to save Philadelphia's injured and abandoned animals. If you're looking for a new pet, make your first...
Worried about crazy food prices? Killer tomatoes? Armed with a BlackBerry and a sarcastic wit, urban farmer Mary Seton Corboy is showing Philadelphia that the solution might be right beneath our feet
Their paintings have brought the bucolic beauty of the Brandywine Valley to millions of people around the globe. But spend time with Andrew and Jamie Wyeth, and you’ll soon realize that their art and lives are stranger and darker than they first appear
The pride of Deptford High is the subject of a new book and documentary
As part of Howard Stern’s on-air circus, Boothwyn’s Kenneth Keith Kallenbach achieved the cheap notoriety that now passes for fame. But with it came tabloid-type run-ins with the law — including the one that led to his sordid, mysterious death at age 39
Everything we didn’t really want to know about the former governor and his wife has come out at their ugly divorce trial
The inside story of how the venerable Main Line golf club pulled off the biggest sports upset since ’Nova beat Georgetown — landing the 2013 U.S. Open
Dining, Food & Wine
Marnie Old recommends a light off-dry wine that pairs well with spicy-sweet cuisine.
Joy Manning reviews the Indian food restaurant Ekta, from the former executive chef of Tiffin.
Splurge vs. Steal recommendations for Philadelphia restaurants.
Segura Viudas' light pink wine pairs perfectly with summer food.
Three Philly power players, one hush-hush plan, and the return of a top chef?
Canning is the new knitting, a back-to-basics, just-like-Grandma pursuit for the city’s foodies. With Little Isobel, her line of artisanal...
Garden mecca Terrain updates the classic department-store cafe
With 10 Arts, Eric Ripert has embraced Philly. Will the city accept the NY chef?
Philadelphia restaurants serving up house-smoked delicacies.
Shopping & Style
A round-up of the top 5 shops for men's and women's clothes in the Philadelphia area.
Local jewelry company Typhaney B. makes great gifts — for yourself.
Blossom Cosmetic Boutique's one-day sale should not be missed.
Fall into the season with a look at our new issue of Philadelphia Home.
A round-up of new stores in the Philadelphia area for the week of August 18, 2008.
Meadowbrook Farm offers plants and know-how to emerging gardeners.
A round-up of Philly shopping for the week of 8/11.
Philly's hottest new hotels.
Before sizzling temps fade into fall breezes, here are four stylish ways to get in all those clean, crisp summer whites.
A unique new jewelry line uses antique materials to create one-of-a-kind pieces.
Insider scoop on sales in Old City and a custom t-shirt shop in Wildwood, NJ.
An inside look at A.C.'s newest — and swankiest — hotels.
How to get your city garden ready for fall
Insider tips on what to see and do in Beijing.
A shoe boutique in Doylestown focuses on limited edition sneakers.
A roundup of local celeb spotting and news.
Why a change at Pennsylvania Hospital has some moms-to-be on edge
In honor of our centennial, we look back at some of the stories that shaped Philly Mag
A look at how Philly's airport got to first place status.
A local family continues its tradition of corn-growing.
Jimmy Buffet should know something about tequila from his time wastin’ away in Margaritaville. Now, he has his own line of tequilas, designed to — you guessed it — make great margaritas.
A look at fall’s-berry-trend nail polishes
If you head to any of the area’s weekly farmers’ markets, you’ve probably spied my current obsession: sun gold tomatoes.
To avoid scalpers and Craigslist scams, consult this handy guide to the shows soon to go on sale...
As if risotto wasn’t rich and delicious enough, some crafty Sicilian had to go and invent the arancini, a fried ball of the creamy Italian rice.
If your idea of a three-day weekend means more time to shop, some good news: Sales!
Center City just got another reliable spot for threading
Last weekend, the laugh-starved packed into the Borgata's 900-seat Music Box to see notoriously offensive late-'80s comedy loudmouth Andrew Dice Clay
Bitar’s is justifiably famous for its falafel, but the chickpea and fava sandwiches aren’t the end of the delicious offerings.
A roundup of swanky restaurants with an affordable bar menu.
All pretzels are not created equal. Find that Philly taste without turning the staple snack into a diet disaster
In our July “Guide to Outdoor Dining,” I railed against restaurants that think two tables on the sidewalk constitute an outdoor dining room.
Havertown native Marc Salem is one of the world's greatest living practitioners of the art of mentalism.
The Broadway version of Spamalot won three Tonys. But can the touring edition win over our critic?
A look at Philly restaurants serving the Mexican drink, horchata.
Philly-boy Adam Gertler gets his own Food Network show.
Another summer-perfect rose
Style-wise, sports-wise, and otherwise, beach-dwelling surfers are the coolest of the cool. Those bods. Those clothes. Those accessories (surfboard, wax…).
Our guide to high- (and low-) lights of the Kimmel's new season.
Those shades can do more than make you look cool — the right pair could save your life
Australian makeup artist Napoleon Perdis has gained quite a following since debuting in 1995.
Joy Manning on lobster rolls at Legal Sea Foods, London Grill, and Gayle.
Robert Fripp! Adrian Belew! Tony Levin! Oh my! On Monday and Tuesday night, legendary prog-rock outfit King Crimson held court at Glenside's Keswick Theatre
Avalon boutique Pale Moon Boutique has amazing stock, and amazing deals.
Chinatown's Szechuan Tasty House serves up authentic Chinese cuisine that pair perfectly with some authentic summer reading.
Memphis Taproom's recipe for beer-battered pickles.
Phillymag.com theater critic M.B. Case returns from a hiatus with a look at the sophomore effort of Mauckingbird Theatre Company
Philadelphia Magazine's picks for the 2008 Barrymore's
It’s a stylish person’s job never to be satisfied with how things come.
So it looks like with Steve & Barry’s potentially closing, Sarah Jessica Parker’s Bitten line, has officially become a collector’s item.
Murder-Oke! And Other Spooky Cape May TalesBy Terry O’BrienExit Zero Publishing, $12.95Shoobies, take note: Even cheery beach towns may have...
The mosquitoes at Tyler State Park could be carrying more than a nasty bite
The saddest thing ever? My very dear friend’s wedding shower is this weekend. No, no, no, I’m not a bad maid of honor — but I will be out of town, and therefore absent at the sale the city waits for all year (seriously).
Carmel Valley — south of the Bay Area in Monterey County, CA — may sound more like tourist haven than wine country, but the region is home to Bernardus Winery.
Terry O’Brien's spooky short story anthology
Madigan’s photograms are created with paper, Plexiglas, the sun, a computer, the scanning of actual leaves, flowers and plants, and no camera.
A roundup of the newest female-owned stores in the Philadelphia area.
A second look at Zahav's new tasty dish.
Chaise + Corbel is a boutique in Old City, Philadelphia.
The search for the perfect veggie burger ends at Devil's Alley.
New shows on sale at World Cafe Live ...
Delaware's Peter Kate Shoe's is having a summer sale.
Di Bruno Bros. rotisserie chickens make a great meal when you don't want to go out or stay in and cook.
Philly Mag examines the new Zagat survey results.
Two great stores to shop when you're down the Shore.
Hot new shows coming up.
I sure hope that the talent on stage at the National Lampoon Comedy House is funnier than the club’s owner, Marty Fischer
Bob & Barbara's closed.
A letter to Next Food Network Star's Philly-boy Adam Gertler.
The store to shop down the Shore.
I’m super pumped.I’m a bit of a self-made self-tanning guinea pig. I’m blonde, fair, and slam-packed with various events every...
The coolest cocktail to create at home.
Plants with punch that will last all winter long
1. Michael Castle, R-DE Castle is an increasingly rare type — a moderate who seems just as happy working with Democrats as with his fellow...