Philly Mag and the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists Team Up for Editorial Fellowship

Philadelphia magazine and the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists have announced the creation of an annual editorial fellowship aimed at fostering greater opportunities for students […]


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LISTEN: Philly Mag and 900AM-WURD Release Social Justice Podcast

WURD Radio and Philadelphia Magazine are pleased to present a joint podcast on social justice, hosted by Christopher “Flood the Drummer” Norris (activist, journalist, regular […]


Fabiola Cineas and Claire Sasko to Join Philadelphia Magazine Staff

Fabiola Cineas, a former teacher who has written extensively about education, and Claire Sasko, a former Philadelphia magazine intern and recent Temple University graduate, are […]


Jared Brey to Join Philadelphia Magazine’s News Team

Jared Brey, a veteran development, policy, and government reporter for and other local outlets, is joining Philadelphia magazine as a staff writer, editor Patrick […]


Here’s the Full Text of Jim Kenney’s Chamber of Commerce Speech

Mayor Jim Kenney today addressed the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce at its annual Mayoral Luncheon, discussing issues ranging from strengthening the workforce to making […]


Field Guide: The 28 Most Romantic Date Ideas in Philadelphia

Okay, so call us predictable for offering up a compendium of great dates on Valentine’s Day. Call us sentimental, or cheesy, or simple sheeple for caving into […]


David Gambacorta, Malcolm Burnley to Join Philadelphia Magazine Staff

David Gambacorta, an award-winning Philadelphia Daily News reporter, and Malcolm Burnley, currently a Philadelphia magazine writer at large, are joining the magazine full time, Philly […]


Metro Corp. Announces Restructuring

PHILADELPHIA – January 5, 2016 — Metro Corp., publisher of Philadelphia and Boston magazines, today announced a restructuring designed to address the changing media environment […]


Michael Nutter and Tom Wolf Are Coming to ThinkFest. Are You?

Click to read more stories from this week’s Philadelphia Sunday. Not a subscriber? Sign up for free! Quick show of hands: Is Philadelphia moving in […]


11 Easy Family Trips From Philadelphia

So much of parenthood is about negotiation, and some things — like where you’re going to spend your precious free weekends — are worth standing […]


Six Best Frozen Sweets to Eat Right Now

Best Soft-Serve in Philly Big Gay Ice Cream It’s all delicious, though the Salty Pimp, with dulce de leche and sea salt, is the one […]


Jersey Shore Pizza Face-Off: Final Round

There’s no point in getting between a Jersey shore-goer and their favorite pizza place: they’ll travel extra miles just for one slice, they’ll defend the […]


Jersey Shore Pizza Face-Off

There’s a reason you’ll walk past 15 Boardwalk pizza places in the hot sun to get to your favorite: A good slice is worth the […]


How Philly is Trying to Fix Water Main-ia

Editor’s Note: Citified has retracted this story, which was based on a flawed assumption about water management infrastructure. Thanks to commenters William H Ross III […]