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Inspiration Point: DJ Jazzy Jeff’s Favorite Place

Philly native and hometown DJ on the eternal appeal of Fairmount Park’s Belmont Plateau.

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How Philly Became a Front in the War on Knockoff Swag

From fake Yeti mugs to bogus Rolex watches, officials here are seizing a ton of counterfeit merchandise.


Daryl Metcalfe Responds to Philly Mag Story

And basically confirms everything we wrote.

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Clothing Repair Shops Are In — but They Actually Were Never Out

Suddenly, getting things repaired is all the rage. This comes as no surprise to my cobbler.


Sneak Peek: Inside Philly Mag’s August Issue

Our August issue drops this week. Are you ready for our annual Best of Philly extravaganza?


Diamond (No Rough): Jim Gardner’s Favorite Place

The dad, baseball fan and Action News guy on why he’d always rather be at Citizens Bank Park.


Philly Pols Keep It in the Family

This Father’s Day, three iconic city politicians can look on in pride at the exploits of their progeny.


Sneak Peek: Inside Philly Mag’s July Issue

Our July issue drops this week. Are you ready to put your Philly knowledge to the test?


Stuck in the Middle With Michael Smerconish

In his new book, the Villanova-based Inquirer columnist revisits his greatest hits — and misses.


Will the Soda Tax Be Jim Kenney’s Waterloo?

There’s a lot riding on the challenge to the levy, including, perhaps, the mayor’s legacy.


Sneak Peek: Inside Philly Mag’s June Issue

Our June issue drops this week. Here’s what’s inside.


Anatomy of an Exit

What happens when a start-up sells for a big pile of money?


Sneak Peek: Inside Philly Mag’s May Issue

Our May issue drops this week. Here’s a look at what we’re featuring.


Five Philly Musicians Who Should Have Beaten Bon Jovi to the Hall of Fame

With yet another Jersey act getting the nod this week, we highlight some overlooked Philadelphians.


Pennsylvania’s New Congressional Map is a Really (Really) Big Deal

It’s hell for politicians, but great for voters. Here’s why.