Table of Contents: Philadelphia Magazine
From poolside drinks and afternoon tea to beautifully ornamented guest rooms complete with crystal chandeliers, these are the country's swankiest, most dazzling hotels.
After 9/11, scores of tired, disenchanted and financially strapped New Yorkers began moving into Philadelphia to begin new lives. Here, one Big Apple transplant explains what the influx has wrought.
A year after once again becoming a tabloid sensation—this time when he was drugged by two glamorous con artists during a wild weekend in Miami—John Bolaris is scared, unemployed, and paying for the sins of his colorful past. But has our favorite aging-playboy weathercaster really grown up?
As a result of our gun crisis, tens of thousands of Philadelphians might be suffering the same psychological trauma as people in Afghanistan and Rwanda. In a world like that, do two young boys stand a chance?
Several times. Plus, the 40-year Daily News veteran tells us about his mortal enemy, his miserable cat, and why the Philadelphia Parking Authority should run the city.
What we smell–and how we smell it–says as much about Philadelphia as our politics, our architecture and our cheesesteaks. (Mmmm, cheesesteaks. That smells good.)
How did the current Eagles GM, someone who's never played a down of organized football, become the man in charge of the Birds' roster?
Dining, Food & Wine
After years of traveling the world and opening restaurants for other people, Greg Vernick has finally come to Philly to open one of his own.
Chef Regis Jansen brings the southern food flavors of his native Alabama up to Philly with his newest endeavor on the burgeoning western half of South Street.
The outrageously fast news cycle of today's media has given way to controversy and playing to liberal causes over presenting fair-minded perspectives as winning strategy, and we're all suffering for it.