Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
This autumn, explore Nantucket, Woodstock, Kennebunkport, Bretton Woods, Portland, Washington and Concord
How the federal government and a Malvern lawyer are rewriting the rules on campus hookups—and tagging young men as dangerous predators
A generation ago, Ronald Reagan decreed Montgomery County one of the three best-run Republican strongholds in the entire country. Now, with the party decimated by a half-dozen years of feuding among GOP heavyweights, a very rich, mysterious newcomer has entered the void to take Montco politics to an even darker place
With both teams flying high, there's never been a better time to be a Philadelphia sports fan. Philly Mag brought Andy Reid and Charlie Manuel together to jaw about their little-known friendship, the players they love, and what they really think about us
This month, the president of Penn helps bridge the gap (the physical one, at least) between Center City and University City with the completion of Penn Park—the giant public green space at the former parking-lot wasteland at 31st and Walnut. Here, President- Gutmann shares more of her grand hopes for the future, her fears for her students, and a little love for Jon Stewart.
It was supposed to be our high-tech temple to the greatest government document ever created. Here, we explore what went wrong
As the owner of five wildly successful yoga studios from South Jersey to Rittenhouse, Dhyana Vitarelli may have set more people on the path to enlightenment than any other Philadelphian. So why does Dhyana Yoga have everyone’s chakras in a bunch?
Dining, Food & Wine
“Oh my God if you don’t feed me some of that food I’m gonna eat your hipster face off.”And okay, so that line wasn’t...
Lobster Roll, Oyster HouseThe only thing that lobster fanatics like more than lobster rolls is complaining about the price of lobster rolls. Because,...
This Greek joint brings the noise
The new Fairmount spot serves food that's good for you, if not actually good
Shopping & Style
Our favorites of the utterly luxe but totally wearable trends you'll be seeing around Philly in this cold-weather season—or, as we like to call this, the top five reasons get out and shop. Right now
I’m sure all of us are tired of hearing about the lousy economy and the sorry state of Washington politics. But like a lot of people, I’m...