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Greek-born Michael Petrogiannis has built a mini-empire snapping up landmarks like the Melrose and the Mayfair. But is he saving our diners? Or sucking the soul out of them? 

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He’s worked for a Saudi prince, adopted three girls from Africa, trekked across Antarctica—and this month he’ll attempt a solo journey across Death Valley. So is Todd Carmichael—the man behind Philly coffee juggernaut La Colombe—living life to the fullest? Or just out of his freakin’ mind?

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Pulse: Chatter: Safe House Beautiful

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Philadelphia has more miles of waterfront than Manhattan. So why don’t we think of ourselves as a river town? Our man sailed around the city to find out

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Is there a future Google in our midst? Not necessarily, but these 11 young tech companies could be laying the groundwork for a new Philly economy.

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Philly’s tech scene may still be more petri dish than full-fledged ecosystem, but these folks with dough are helping things grow.

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They’re young, they’re hip, they’re entrepreneurial — and they’re giving Philly tech the kind of energy it hasn’t had in a decade.

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Tigre Hill was skewered for anti-John Street documentary. Now, with his new anti-Mumia movie, the knives will be even sharper.

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Has Damon Feldman Made a Mockery of Celebrity Boxing?

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Reducing Sugary Beverages: The Nuclear Option

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Don’t let Villanova basketball coach Jay Wright’s handsome face and sharp wardrobe fool you, he is old-school Philly.

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How self-promoting promoter Damon Feldman turned Philly into the pseudo-celebrity boxing capital of the world.

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Partridge Family child star. Reality TV train wreck. But through it all, Danny Bonaduce really had one role to play

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Fox 29 reporter Jeff Cole isn’t a racist. He’s just obsessed with busting liars, cheats and bad guys

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In the insular world of Philadelphia sports teams and sports-obsessed advertisers, no one stands taller than Eagles tackle Jon Runyan