Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
How a former Saloon waitress used brass, sass and flirting with Ed Rendell to obliterate the image of the suburban wife—and become the unlikely new face of power on the Main Line.
By Michael Callahan
Think the weather we’ve seen in the last couple of years has been crazy? In the next few decades, Philadelphia could transform from a Northern city into what feels like a Southern one. And that could change everything about who we are.
The ball kicks loose from a scrum near the center of the field, and Diego Nuñez, a history and literature major writing...
For local independent business owners, the business of making us beautiful can get pretty ugly.
How does one person (not named Scorsese) win a multitude of lifetime achievement awards? First, it helps if you live to be 90. But you...
Except, perhaps for those late nights with the ladies ...
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Dining, Food & Wine
Chef-owner Mitch Prensky shares his secrets.
Sbraga 440 South Broad Street 215-735-1913 Two and a half stars. Cuisine: New Americana.Price: Four courses for...
Il Pittore2025 Sansom Street, 215-391-4900Three stars.Cuisine: Modern Italian.Entrée prices: $25 to $32. “I...
The decidedly old-school Chiarella’s on East Passyunk recently survived a visit from Gordon Ramsay and his Kitchen Nightmares crew. How does that sort of thing change a place?
I keep thinking about a blog post that one of our writers here at Philadelphia magazine recently put up. Victor Fiorillo was riding the trolley home...