Go Down for History: Nick Elmi’s Favorite Place

Top Chef winner and restaurateur on why his family has a blast in Old City.


Reel Around the Fountains: Heather Mitts’ Favorite Place

The Olympic soccer gold medalist on why Longwood Gardens is a big splash with her family.

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Here Are All the Key Players the Eagles Lost for the Season in 2017

And they still won the freaking Super Bowl.

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How Howie Roseman Showed There Are Second Acts in Football

After being removed as GM in 2015, he could have just quit. Thank God he didn’t.

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How Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long Made a Difference

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Jason Kelce’s Super Bowl Parade Speech, Annotated

You heard the oratorical masterpiece the Eagles center scream-shouted from the Art Museum steps. But do you know what it meant?


Take Me to the River: Michael Solomonov’s Favorite Place

The chef, restaurateur, and runner on the postcard-perfect vistas of Boathouse Row.

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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.


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.


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.