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The rapper and the CEO will join Rebecca Rhynhart, Larry Krasner, chefs Nick Elmi and Greg Vernick, and more when Philly’s most interesting people come together to talk about our city’s future.
Apartment Week: The Umbrella Building
Living large arrives in South Kensington.
REVIEW: In Detroit ‘67, Home is Where the Heart and Heartbreak Are
Dominique Morisseau’s meaty, thought-provoking play gets a terrific production at McCarter.
The New Comcast Technology Center Will Open to the Public This Week
It’s about time! Here’s what you’ll be able to see and do in the new Center City skyscraper.
Here’s How Many Philly Workers Have Left Their Jobs Due to a Bad Commute
In a new survey, Philadelphians report a mix of satisfaction and dissatisfaction with traveling to work.
Real Food Eatery Is Opening an All-Day Cafe on City Avenue
The third location of the healthy eats spot opens Tuesday with a fresh fall menu.
11 Perfect Places for Fall Engagement Photos Around Philly
Local wedding photographers share their go-to spots for fall foliage.
Quakers! Mummers! Scrapple! Coltrane! 100 things about Philadelphia that every self-respecting citizen must know.
Our November issue drops this week. Here’s what’s inside.
Meet the Designers Who Hit a Home Run for a Phillie
"Trust the vision," they said. He did. And it was beautiful.
7 Nutritionists on the Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight
End the frustration with the scale.
The Know-It-All Guide to Late-Night Philly
34 things to eat, drink and do in the wee hours of the morn.
Sneak Peek: Inside Philly Mag’s November Issue
Our November issue drops this week. Are you happy at work?
The Stealth Revolution in Male Hair
From our Coiffure in Chief to Joel Embiid’s twists, what’s fueled the liberation in locks.
Reel Around the Fountains: Heather Mitts’ Favorite Place
The Olympic soccer gold medalist on why Longwood Gardens is a big splash with her family.
Other Cities Are Syncing Up Elections. Philly Should, Too.
The no-brainer way to juice voter turnout.
Best Thing This Week: The Navy Yard Got Legs
We’ll take this type of many-tentacled public art over that hack Jacques Lipchitz any day.
Serena Williams in Philly: There Are Problems That Women Must Attack Together
The tennis superstar addressed more than 10,000 women at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women on Friday and made a passionate plea for why women must stick together and speak up.