Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
Our guide to the best restaurants in Philadelphia by neighborhood
By Jason Sheehan
Built in an era when horses and carriages clip-clopped along the city’s streets, the circa-1860 carriage house of Knit Wit owner Ann Gitter tells a tale of Philadelphia’s history while pointing to its stylish and modern future.
Some 225 years after the birth of our country, times are tougher than ever. But if history is any guide—and it is—a rebirth of America is coming. In fact, it may have already begun, right here in Philly
A class for every skill
No city loves its athletes more than Philadelphia. But would we still love them if ...
The Committee of Seventy used to be a watchdog for Philadelphia elections. Now it's trying to reform Philadelphia politics. (Good luck with that.)
In an era when big-box megastores are calling the candy shots, Philly's renegade chocolatiers are intent on doing it their way. Sweet.
Fox 29 has John “G.Q.” Bolaris. 6 ABC has the illustrious Cecily Tynan. And NBC 10 … well, NBC 10 has a short 60-year-old from Gladwyne with a penchant for bow ties
Shopping & Style
It’s shaping up to be a frigid, snow-packed season. To help you survive (and heck, maybe even enjoy) Philly’s wintry weather, we’ve put together a boots-to-mittens list of everything you need to scrape, shovel, sled and ski the cold stuff (including a no-fail way to win any snowball fight).
Taking on Philadelphia tort law