Richard Rys


Inside the Utterly Fascinating Baseball Mind of Gabe Kapler

The Phillies’ skipper is unlike any manager this town has ever seen. That’s a good thing — right?


Under the Influence

Last year, Ian Michael Crumm was a senior at Drexel. Now, he gets paid to travel and shill high-end products—all because he has 300,000 Instagram followers. Is this a great time to be alive or what?


Carli Lloyd’s Rise to Rio

Carli Lloyd is the most dominant women’s soccer player in the world — and it was South Jersey that made her so.


The Real Life Rocky

How, in the era of Soul Cycle, a foul-mouthed, tatted-up 49-year-old boxer from Manayunk built the star-studded fight club everyone wants in on.


The Surprise Louis C.K. Sets

Here’s what you missed at Helium last night.


The History of the Philly Boo

The genesis — and consequences — of Philly’s sports anthem.


Jaws, 35 Years After the Super Bowl

Ron Jaworski is at peace with his Eagles legacy — but he would like that one throw back.


Be Your Own Boss: 5 Philadelphians Killing It in the Gig Economy

Who needs Uber or Instacart?


The New Philadelphia Fillmore: Reviewed

It got christened last night by Hall & Oates.


Is Josh Innes Destroying Philly Sports Radio?

Insecure, self-absorbed, temperamental, polarizing — and clearly the future.


Satanic Rock Band Ghost on Getting Postponed By "Frankie"

A most unholy competition settled the score.


Go See the Foo Fighters at SBC Next Week

Dave Grohl is even better with a broken leg.


Of Course the Union Is a Legit Philly Team

Because they stink.


6 Questions With Summer Fiction’s Bill Ricchini

On his new tracks, recording in England and stalking Morrissey.


REVIEW: Taylor Swift at Lincoln Financial Field

She dazzled the crowd with her down-home charm.