Q&A

Be Well Philly

I Gave Up Added Sugar for a Month. Here’s What Happened.

The sugar addiction is real, you guys. I know I personally have had many nights when I could kill for just a little bit (okay, a lot) […]

Business

Cell Phones That Charge in Seconds? New Research From Drexel Says It’s Possible

The battery hasn’t advanced in decades, and engineers at Drexel University want to change that. A team of researchers led by College of Engineering professor […]

G Philly

Woody’s Is Hosting a Q&A to Amend Allegedly Discriminatory Policies

On Tuesday, November 22nd, popular Gayborhood bar Woody’s will be hosting a public Q&A to address current concerns pertaining to its dress code policies and overall diversity […]

Ticket

Q&A: Singer-Songwriter Eliza Hardy Jones

Eliza Hardy Jones is starting the year off right. In addition to releasing her first solo record, the longtime Philly music fixture is hitting the […]

Articles

We Want Answers: Emma Fried-Cassorla, Founder of Philly Love Notes

Your website, Philly Love Notes, lets people pay tribute to various things in our city. But you haven’t always loved Philly so much, have you? […]

Citified

Nelson Diaz: “I’m Not Just Latino. I’m Broader Than That.”

[Editor’s Note: Meet Nelson Diaz this Wednesday at 6 p.m. He’s featured next in Philadelphia magazine’s Candidate Conversations series. Citified editor Patrick Kerkstra will interview Diaz live, and the […]

Citified

The Doug Oliver Q&A: The Underdog Explains How He’ll Win

[Editor’s Note: Want to meet Doug Oliver and watch Holly Otterbein put him through the paces in person? Join us for Philly mag’s Candidate Conversations event this Monday at 6 […]

Citified

The Jim Kenney Q&A: He Declares Himself “Uniquely Philadelphian”

In part two of the Citified Q&A with mayoral candidate Jim Kenney, the former councilman defends his inaction on the proposed sale of PGW, vows […]

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Citified

The Jim Kenney Q&A: The Candidate on Empathy, Vince Fumo, Johnny Doc and Mummers

Jim Kenney is a candidate with huge strengths and glaring weaknesses. He has the potential to appeal to probably a broader swathe of the electorate than any […]

Citified

Meet Mayoral Front-Runner Anthony Williams

In the Philadelphia mayor’s race, everything’s coming up Anthony Williams. When past city solicitor Ken Trujillo dropped out of the race, it was good news for […]

News

Meet “Little Pete,” the Man Who Could Lose His Diner for a Butt-Ugly Hotel

What did you think when you heard that developers want to put a fancy hotel on 17th Street where the original Little Pete’s is located? […]

Citified

Q&A: Who Is Ken Trujillo?

(Update: Trujillo dropped out of the race hours after this Q&A was published, citing family reasons.)  In the early days of this 2015 mayoral race, […]

Lynne Abraham Running For Mayor of Philadelphia
Citified

Q&A: Lynne Abraham Talks Pot, Race Relations, Schools and More

Former District Attorney Lynne Abraham is the early leader in the narrowing mayoral field, with a huge head start over her opponents in name recognition […]

Ticket

In the Wings: A Conversation With Red Speedo Star Keith Conallen

Keith Conallen plays Peter, the brother of an Olympic swimmer, in Theatre Exile’s production of Lucas Hnath’s Red Speedo.My name is … Keith Conallen. Sometimes I […]

News

The Real Deal: A Philly Police Officer Speaks Anonymously

In our new feature, The Real Deal, we’re talking to people in Philadelphia who will only speak to us with a clear agreement of anonymity. […]