Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
Our list of the region’s 584 best physicians, as chosen by their peers. Doctors tell how they work out, eat, drink and play to stay healthy...
Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. is a health-care research and information company founded in 1991 by a former medical college board chairman and...
The good news: Philadelphia City Council isn’t as inept as it used to be. The bad news: That’s a low, low bar
More than two decades ago, Buzz Bissinger won a Pulitzer writing for the Inquirer, then published his masterpiece, Friday Night Lights. Now he’s rich, and famous. So why is he back at the Inky as a columnist — and why is he so mad?
None of us should have been surprised by the so-called “flash mob" attacks in Philadelphia recently. We all tend to have short memories,...
The UPenn grad and Time columnist talks politics for primary season
Philly filmmaker Tigre Hill was skewered by the black establishment for his anti-John Street documentary The Shame of a City. Now, with his controversial new anti-Mumia movie, the knives will be even sharper
My dining room’s full of instruments (a tuba!) my ex-musician husband no longer plays. The kids’ old Legos and science projects and other junk is strewn everywhere. Why not just get rid of it all?
Can residents of the Main Line and the northern suburbs around Chestnut Hill ever be friends? Or are the waters of the Schuylkill destined to forever be a Philly socialite’s Rubicon?
Dining, Food & Wine
THE ORGANIZERSThe Book & The Cook, an annual culinary festival for chefs and authors that was the high point of our restaurant scene for years,...
When a Philly chef is invited to cook in the most famous kitchen in America, it’s recognition we can all call our own
Philly is officially a pizza town now, what with both Stephen Starr and Marc Vetri proudly proffering our once-deprived city impeccably thin,...
One chef hopes fine dining bounces back before the economy does
Put down the pinot — Philly’s in the midst of a full-fledged beer moment. Here are our favorite bars to indulge in
Shopping & Style
In Philly, giving back has a new meaning
With their light fabrics, perfect-for-twirling shapes and bright colors, this spring’s swingy, boldly patterned skirts are guaranteed to pave the way for a sunny summer
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Nature-inspired pieces showing up in Philly’s prettiest boutiques
All the world's stage. So's my life
The Main Line is chanting, dumplings, and for once, it’s not about Lower Merion schools. Yogi-to-the-Stars Erica Taxin-Bleznak, co-owner of...
See her this month
Close call! The iconic collegiate regatta — a Schuylkill staple since 1953 — almost charted a new course this year. Amid rising...
Newtown Square resident and founder/president of PR firm Agile Cat
HBO’s new documentary about the Philadelphia Flyers of the ’70s plays as a love story — a toothless, bloody love story, between a...
All the world’s a stage. So’s my life
The newcomers who are changing Philly’s arts and museums
And other bizarre buzz
Why bartering is back — big-time
First-time gardeners, there’s no need to be intimidated. You’ll get down and dirty (and grow something fantastic) with these local experts on your side
Our latest batch of reasons to get out there and shop