Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
Philadelphia hospitals and universities are behind some of the best medical breakthroughs in the world.
By Emily Leaman, Sandy Hingston
As the new museum opens its doors on the Parkway, it's time to remember why the collection is important in the first place: the art.
Your private tour of the can't-miss artwork.
They've been mocked, maligned, protested, pilloried, and generally blamed for the downfall of the economy. So what's it feel like to be rich these days? We asked. Five wealthy (and anonymous) Philadelphians answered.
How did Philadelphia end up as one of the poorest, least-educated, highest-taxed and most violent cities in the country? Blame 40 years of political cowardice—and 34,966 ex-city workers who are still collecting fat government pensions.
With the glory days of TV sports reporting long gone, Philadelphia's local sports anchors swagger on.
In the city of I-95, the Schuylkill Expressway and Parking Wars, could a new generation actually make cars ... obsolete?
With Penn cracking down on student drinking, the closing of the 41st and Market state store may be more than mere coincidence.
Dining, Food & Wine
Marcie Turney and Valeria Safran's newest gastronomic endeavor brings the pork (and sherry).
Lemon Hill aims to be a great neighborhood restaurant, but does it succeed?
Shopping & Style
Whether you (or Mom) like your blooms boxed, bouquet'd or bound with ribbon, these shops arrange flora to fawn over.
Race-baiting and the Trayvon Martin tragedy
Part Victorian, part baroque and all Jack Cousteau, Wallacavage's meticulously nautical living room is absolutely eye-popping.