Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
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It’s the age of brains, Philly, which means the real action in town is happening west of the Schuylkill, where new Drexel president John Fry and a host of other bold thinkers are building what could be the city of the future. (Amazing what a guy can do when he only sleeps four hours a night)
With his NBA career over, his marriage in trouble, and rumors swirling about drinking and money problems, the greatest Sixer of his era finds himself playing minor-league basketball in Turkey and spending his nights at a T.G.I. Friday’s in Istanbul. Isn't it, weirdly, exactly how we always thought it would end for Allen Iverson?
Or, why black folks don’t like Michael Nutter
Drunk. Pill popper. Wife beater. Doomsday prognosticator … It’s amazing the things people will say about him.
Well, technically, he is — and has been for more than 50 years now. But his legacy lives on in a tiny South Philly museum, thanks to a handful of devoted fans still searching for the next great singing sensation
After smashing through barriers in politics, TV news and the adopting of kids, after surviving a Congressional defeat and her husband’s humiliating fall from grace, after becoming Chelsea Clinton’s mother-in-law, Marjorie Margolies has just one thing to say: What’s next?
The photographer who’s made a career capturing “the beauty and struggle of everyday life” just completed the final year of her decade-long exhibition under the I-95 overpass. But trips to Louisiana to shoot oil-soaked beaches and a 2012 solo exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art keep her knee-deep in new projects. Here, her take on her art, anarchists and Lord of the Rings
Shopping & Style
Since hibernation is not an option this year, we've chosen our favorite chunky, cozy knits for bundling up in to face the Philly weather.
Philly's cold. The islands are warm. Why aren't you there?
Once maligned, pit bulls and pit mixes — a.k.a. pitties — are the dogs du jour. Here’s how to adopt yours — and keep him healthy, happy and hip
We show BeWellPhilly's Facebook fans how to reach their 2011 fitness goals
Answer from Philip Gehrman, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania
Carrie Sarlo-Randazzo doles out baby-shower bliss
A designer pair
What to buy right now
Meet the most promising Philadelphia artists of 2011 — at least according to the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, which just awarded ...
The man behind the pub-quiz biz ‘fesses up
The Ed of an era
How the Temple “T” became a fashion statement
Wherefore art thou Romeo? And who are you wearing?
Notable locals review the direct line to City Hall
Joseph Kim and David B. Weiner might save a few million lives with SynCon
Is Arlene Ackerman race-baiting?