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As COVID cases increase, the outspoken chef says we could easily double the capacity at the Linc for Eagles games. The city? Not so much.
Remembering Jim Quinn, Chronicler of Philadelphia’s Restaurant Renaissance
Critic, poet, language maven, and novelist Jim Quinn, a Northeast native whose career spanned nearly 60 years, died in September at 85. He spent two memorable stints at Philly Mag covering — and in some ways shaping — the city’s food scene.
Flyers Host Andrea Helfrich Got Engaged in a Made-For-TV Proposal at the Four Seasons
The groom-to-be popped the question between playoff rounds.
The Design Inspiration Behind a Revived 107-Year-Old Hotel Restaurant
Le Cavalier at the Hotel Du Pont respects its architectural past while providing smart upgrades for its future.
Chef Jennifer Zavala on Watermelon Radishes, Uno, and the Best and Worst Things About South Philly
Known for cannabis catering, vegan meatballs and tamales, here she reveals her choices for most underrated restaurants and overrated chef.
Best Thing This Week: Robeson’s Richard Gordon Is the Best Principal in All the Land!
How do you turn a school around? Just ask him.
Ernest Owens Named Philadelphia Magazine’s Newest Editor at Large
Owens, an award-winning journalist and commentator, was most recently the writer at large.
In the Jersey Highlands: Original Craftsman in Mt. Arlington
From a founder of the Arts and Crafts movement comes this 116-year-old house that looks good as new.
Philly Mag Announces New Editor Kate Dailey
Dailey, an Oreland native, brings experience at Vox.com, the BBC and Newsweek to the magazine’s top editorial role.
This Philadelphia Guidebook Is Essential Coffee Table Material
Counterintuitively, a pandemic might actually the perfect time to release a guidebook.
Q&A: Everything You Need to Know About Herd Immunity And COVID-19
Experts weigh in on the often misconstrued form of resistance to the spread of infectious disease and explain why it might not be the best way to bring the COVID-19 pandemic to an end.
Eeva, ReAnimator Coffee’s New Pizza and Wine Bar, Opens in Kensington
What was supposed to be a naturally leavened pizzeria and wine bar in pre-pandemic times, is now a naturally leavened takeout pizza and bottle shop made for the COVID era.
Rising Star Gabe Stone Shayer on Breaking Stereotypes as a Black Male Ballet Dancer
The Philly native was recently promoted to soloist at American Ballet Theatre, one of the most distinguished ballet companies in the world.
The 5 Communities with the Biggest Apartments for Rent
In these suburbs, you get more apartment bang for your rental buck.
As We Barrel Toward Colder Months, a Lifeline Appears for Philly Restaurants
A New Report Shows Precisely How the PPP Program Failed Philly
As Congress and the President spar over a second round of economic stimulus, a look back on where the first round went wrong, courtesy of the City Controller’s office.