Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
While you were hibernating, the Shore food scene was changing. Here's what you need to know
The Marcellus Shale controversy may feel worlds away, but it could change everything from our economy to the water we drink. Our man travels through Gasland and brings back tales of boom towns, big business, angry nuns, Hollywood stars and the fight that’s going to transform our state forever
For more than 40 years, the Giuntas of West Chester have been going down the Shore together as a family. This time around, somebody crashed the party: our writer
After half a century, this pancake house still makes us glad to be awake
From the water’s edge, ageless Adonises and Athenas reveal their secret: They watch you just as much as you watch them
Why we (still) love the Shore
Today’s younger Philly couples are not only waiting longer to say "I do"; they’re dealing with a whole different set of issues than their parents—from Facebook-stalking to who gets to pick the love seat. Can marriage survive it? An intimate look at an institution in flux
Why is the most important Philadelphian of the past 25 years eating microwave dinners at home alone with his golden retrievers? Because a man's life changes. That's why
There’s no resting on laurels for Meryl Levitz, even if she is currently celebrating the 15th successful year of her baby—the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation. Here, the woman who’s done more than anyone (save the Phillies) for city pride spills—with love—on what Philly still desperately needs, her Francophilia, and why she’s heard enough about the damn cheesesteaks, already
You write a check to charity, but does it really make a difference? Enter the team of Penn researchers cracking the code on what kind of giving works best. (Surprise: It’s not always what you think)
Exploit your friends for fun and profit!
Dining, Food & Wine
We may live in an era of 144-character political commentary, six-word memoirs and emotional expression via punctuation marks, but it’s hard to...
Mike Stollenwerk's latest earns its Fishtown address
Shopping & Style
Everything you need for breezy al fresco elegance
Jersey Shore: The Seaview in Galloway, New Jersey—about eight miles from A.C.—has reopened after a multimillion-dollar reno. NYC: Because...
Escape to the seaside sans the Shore crowds
Former model, art aficionado, co-owner of the Rago Arts & Auction Center
Avalon's retail transformation continues as another mainland mainstay opens a satellite down the Shore
Gear, gizmos and gadgetry the old man really wants
The South Philly musician on his acclaimed new album, the state of jazz, and his iPhone jones
A look back at one of Philadelphia's most troubling issues