Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
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That’s the goal of a cadre of Philly cyclists who dream of turning the city into a bike-friendly paradise. In their way: one cranky Daily News columnist … and a whole lot of angry (sometimes punch-throwing) Philly drivers
Freeman, a.k.a. The Buddha, was supposedly rebuilding Germantown. And even though project after project failed, political heavyweights—from Ed Rendell to Bob Brady to Michael Nutter—kept giving him our money. Lots and lots of our money.
After treating and advocating for breast cancer patients for more than a decade, Dr. Marisa Weiss received a diagnosis of her own.
After selling his family’s iconic Philly travel business, Rosenbluth is busy with his latest big idea: trying to make getting health care as easy as visiting your local Wawa
Cheltenham’s Hung star gets Desperate
A farewell to (loving) arms, and all that
The ex-publisher, ex-PR guru and possible expatriate spills on winning the Pulitzer, losing $10 million, and what he and Rupert Murdoch have in common
Dining, Food & Wine
Long live fine dining!
Does the farm-to-table fare at this Wash West restaurant suit its bespoke interior?
What is this, Bean Town?
Shopping & Style
Fall fashion feels like it's 1977.
Style news you need this month.
Picks for the 11-day DesignPhiladelphia Festival.
The star of Man Shops Globe dishes on his travels.
What you need to comfortably complete any dance workout
The newest way to get fit in Philly? Ballet — minus the tutu
Stuff you can’t miss this month.
No sweet surrender.
In honor of Boss’s Day (October 16th), some successful Philadelphians share memorable words of wisdom — well, words, anyway — from their employers.
Take a look at the contenders.
Keith Primeau, Michael Untermeyer, and other local hot shots are getting into the food biz.
Philadelphia’s unions are too greedy.