Fabiola Cineas

Senior Editor

Fabiola Cineas is the Senior Editor at Philadelphia magazine, where she covers innovation in everything from Philly’s small startups to its large corporations. Her work often explores Philly’s innovation future as anchored by the city's growing tech community and its established eds & meds sector. Her reporting also explores the state of jobs and workplaces, leadership, and commercial development.

Before covering the local economy, she covered education in Philly and in her hometown of New York City. And before launching her career in journalism, she taught seventh-graders in Camden, New Jersey. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Dickinson College.


Here Are Philadelphia’s Big Plans for SXSW 2019

An estimated 400 Philadelphians will make their way to Austin next week to promote the city’s arts, entrepreneurship, and music scenes.


The Ultimate Guide to Startup Accelerators and Incubators in the Philadelphia Region

Entrepreneurs, look no further than this list. These local programs want to give you the resources you need to scale your early-stage business.


Here’s Every New Flight Scheduled to Come to PHL in 2019

Plus, a look at all of the flights discontinued at the airport in the last year.

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These Philadelphians Want to Build a Shrine to Alexander Hamilton

Will the First Bank get its shot?


I Love My Job: Tayyib Smith of Little Giant Creative

The third-generation Philadelphian has an unparalleled understanding of where Philadelphia has been and where it needs to go.


We Think We’ve Finally Figured Out What’s Inside Comcast’s Lobby Sphere

The giant structure isn’t just another art installation — it’s an entertainment experience crafted by one of the world’s greatest film minds.


Gen Z to Kill the Open Office and 2019’s Other Big Work Trends

As a younger generation makes its way into the workplace, an older generation will make its way out.


Jefferson in Talks to Acquire Temple’s Fox Chase Cancer Center

The deal would mean a bigger footprint for Jefferson and financial stability for Temple’s health system. For patients, it would mean greater access to care.


5 January Biz and Tech Events to Help You Up Your 2019 Networking Game

These Philly events are the best places to mix and mingle in the city this month.


Frontier to Launch New Flights to 5 U.S. Cities From Philadelphia

Plus, the airline is offering introductory one-way fares for as low as $29. The new flights will start just in time for the warmer months.


Philly Startups: It’s Time to Apply for Comcast’s Lift Labs Accelerator

The competitive program, now in its second year, will accept up to 12 startups.


Yup, You’re Paying More on Your Comcast Bill This Year

The telecom giant has raised a series of fees for 2019. Here’s how much more you’ll have to fork over.

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The Fact That the Jay-Z Mummer Is Black Isn’t Better. It’s Worse.

Blackface was never solely about white performers in makeup. Why are the City of Philadelphia and Philadelphia’s white media ignoring this?


20+ Career Tips From Successful Philadelphians to Help You Kick Off 2019

Sage words on networking, planning, taking risks and never giving up. Here’s to a wiser you in 2019.


We’re Looking for 2019’s Startups to Watch

Now’s your chance to nominate the local startups and founders who are bound to shake up Philly’s innovation scene in the new year.