Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
In 1976, the Shore's most famous resort turned to gambling to save itself. Three and a half decades later, there's just one thing that might prevent its ultimate demise: turning away from gambling
After astonishing everyone with the way he played last season, he seems to be all the way back—with a lock on the Eagles quarterback job, a new autobiography and a new multimillion-dollar Nike deal. So why does it still feel like we'll never really know him?
Forget Comcast and Sunoco—the most powerful economic force in Philadelphia these days is the one making your Shorti. How our homegrown convenience store went from cult favorite ... to superpower
Because you don't find the best without finding some real duds, too
NEW EAGLE Danny Watkins: The Birds' first-round draft pick is a 26-year-old Canadian who used to be a professional firefighter, all of which we think...
She may be Philly royalty (and have a toothpaste-ad smile and be the Mother Teresa of abused animals), but Jen Utley has spent her summer doing exactly what you’ve been doing: watching the Phils and cheering for Chase. (Stars! They are just like us! With better seats!) Here, she covers her love of vampire dramas, her California dreamin’, and the newest (non-dog) addition to the Utley fam
Once upon a time, he was the light heavyweight champion of the world. Then the bottom fell out
Why do a million people trek to pick-your-own emporium Linvilla Orchards? Credit the bucolic setting, the delicious fruits—and one state-of-the-art Facebook strategy
Why is mayoral aspirant and would-be reformer Bill Green hanging around with that lightning rod of a union boss, Johnny Doc?
Dining, Food & Wine
A night in Indonesia, remembered in South Philly
Chef Michael Caspi makes a hotel restaurant feel like home
A love letter
Shopping & Style
Why not go where it's cooler?
Your homework: Pick up a few of these chic desk accessories to turn your under-designed office into a space fit for a grade-A student.
Now that I’ve taken a month off for navel-gazing on the Margate beach, I’m back, and my timing couldn’t be better: I’ll slip...