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In 2009, the troubled Philadelphia Orchestra hired a formidable Atlanta executive to reverse its plunging fortunes. Two years later, the organization is in bankruptcy, its musicians have just signed a contract that’s left them furious, and its future remains murky.
How did a not-very-ambitious lawyer from a small town in Western Pennsylvania become the most powerful man in the state (not to mention a thorn in Philadelphia’s side)?
Tech community Independents Hall and its dynamic founder are poised to change the way we work—and a North Philly neighborhood
What, you don’t know how to make a compass? Pat Croce will teach you that and more (Defend against a dagger? Check. Build a log raft? Check) via...
This brassy, sassy tour guide is trying to save the store's legacy, one story at a time
Interior designer? Closet organizer? Publicist? Party planner? The truth about Philly's new career women
Dining, Food & Wine
Spain’s iron grip on bar food comes to an end
Following this Chinatown joint's mythic trip to an opening
The last time my wife and I ate at Marigold Kitchen, the walls glowed deep yellow, cornbread buttressed stewed collards and shaved country ham, and a...
It all started with a thought: “…while plotting our assault on the bars of Love City,” we wrote on Foobooz back in September,...
This Fishtown spot is a labor of love
Good music and great drinks do not a proper dinner make
Shopping & Style
As these locally handmade pieces prove, when design meets DIY, the results can be high-end, high-style and highly covetable
We’re always looking for bigger and newer and better, so why are we content with the free earbuds that come with our iPods? “People are...
The fetching founder of menswear line Duke & Winston—now happily settled in his just-opened NoLibs showroom—dishes about his favorite...
Coddling kids is not helping to prepare them for the hardships of the real world