Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
One thousand pizzas, five hundred restaurants, 50 favorites: the best of the best (of the best)
By Phillymag Staff
As the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, Philadelphia is America's unofficial capital of penmanship. So what happens in an age when cursive gets conquered by the keyboard?
Look inside the Main Line interior designer's Bethany Beach vacation home
As the Archdiocese reels from a second grand jury report detailing its cover-up of sexual abuse by priests, the local church faces the biggest crisis in its history. How could a spiritual institution turn a blind eye to evil not just once, but twice? The answer lies in the story of the two men who’ve led the Catholic Church in Philadelphia for the past 25 years
Culinary mystery man Shola Olunloyo became an underground sensation in Philadelphia with his mythic private dinners, wowing everyone from Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie to Penn president Amy Gutmann. So why did his year-long effort to open a restaurant in Northern Liberties end with developer Bart Blatstein changing the locks? A saga of foodies, finances and egos in the era of the celebrity chef
The lesbian/feminist/tennis pioneer who brings coed Word Team Tennis to Philly again this month is still trying to change the way the world thinks about men, women and sports
Or maybe the state's first black governor. He also wants to radically reform the state's school system. But is the bombastic politician someone to be reckoned with, or just a son trying to escape his father's considerable shadow?
It’s summertime, guys and gals, which means you’ll find Philly’s rock-’n’-rollin’ favorite son, DJ and new author ("You Only Rock Once," an autobiography, comes out next month) down the Shore—this time, celebrating 40 years of Margate’s Memories lounge. Here, the Geator with the Heator gets deep about his fans, the phonies and how to age like him (which is to say, not at all)
You were best friends ... until baby came along. Suddenly, "advice" on breast-feeding, fights over Ferberizing, and those wild animals your best pals are raising are ruining everything
Dining, Food & Wine
The first time I ate dim sum in Philly’s Chinatown was on a Sunday morning with a Jewish family and a friend who speaks Cantonese. After we laid...
The magic is in the bakery case
Chip Roman doubles down
Shopping & Style
High but flat, retro yet modern, this season's flatforms will keep you cool and chic from Walnut Street to Ocean Drive. Click here for our...
Age 24, eco-entrepreneur and founder of Loft District-based United by Blue
The prettiest way to chill your best bottle? A very modern metal pail. Click below to see our five favorites.