Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
A Rendell timeline.
This campaign season, Philly politicians are all a-Twitter. But does anybody care?
Looking back on the former mayor as his political career in Pennsylvania nears its end.
A new generation of Philly parents is doing what used to be unthinkable: divorcing when their kids are barely out of diapers. How rising expectations are killing modern marriage
Well … maybe not quite yet. The Queen of Mural Arts opens up about her political aspirations, all those years spent painting the town, and what Paris knows about life in the city that Philly doesn’t
News that Asian students were being viciously beaten within the halls of South Philadelphia High stunned the city. But the real story is the courage of the teens who banded together to stand up to their attackers
Always the life of the party, Drake was a jet-setting jeweler who catered to Philadelphia’s wealthiest clients and hosted the city’s most lavish soirees. Then, suddenly, the party stopped
Versa Fit Studio opens.
Answer from Robert Bailey, director of cataract and primary eye-care service at Wills Eye
Chase loves it. Jayson does, too. Why you need bison (yes, bison!) in your diet
Philadelphia Union star Jean-Marie Daniel Mwanga isn’t your average teenager.
Dining, Food & Wine
Juan Carlos, Pottstown
Amuse, Center City West
Sprig & Vine, New Hope
Delicatessen, Center City East
Soon-to-be open restaurants from Starr to Garces and beyond
Former Fountain and Lacroix chef, now partner in Max & Me Catering
Why Philly diners are getting two (or five, or nine) restaurants for the price of one
Renaissance Sausage Truck, Chifa, and Supper serve up tasty
Shopping & Style
Pierre Paulin’s Pumpkin chairs get reinvented
When the storytellers become the story.
Stuff you can’t miss this month
The OMG employee reveals her must-have beauty items
How flip-flops became summer’s default footwear — and why it’s wrong
The graceful aging of Philadelphia fashion legend
“The Devil Wears Prada” author and Allentown native returns with a new novel
Journalism has changed a great deal since I started at Philadelphia magazine more than a half-century ago, and I don’t like what’s...