Tom McGrath

Tom McGrath, Chief Content and Strategy Officer of MetroCorp

Tom McGrath is the Chief Content and Strategy Officer of MetroCorp, publisher of Boston and Philadelphia magazines. McGrath was previously the editor-in-chief of Philadelphia magazine.

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City Life

MSNBC’s Ali Velshi on Covering Primaries, Pandemics and Protests

On his new eponymous weekend show, the journalist is interviewing frontline power players and interacting with frontline protesters on the streets.

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City Life

Philly’s Managing Director on How Nothing Prepares You for a Crisis Like This One

Brian Abernathy on reacting to the coronavirus in real time.

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City Life

Independence Health Group’s Daniel Hilferty on the Switch to Working Virtually

The CEO talks about the need for 100 percent testing and the rise of telemedicine.

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City Life

Penn Bioethicist Zeke Emanuel on Why We Should Expect More Pandemics in the Future

The influential (and controversial) health expert has a few things to say about pandemics, politics, and how coronavirus might change us — for better and worse.

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City Life

Jerry Blavat on Sinatra, the Mob, and the Music That Connects Us

A finger-snapping, tale-telling, slightly exhausting encounter with the legendary DJ as he prepares to celebrate his 80th birthday and 60 years in radio.

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City Life

Economist Mark Zandi Likes the Stimulus, but Says Trump Is “Uniquely Unprepared” to Lead

And that trade war with China? It’s sure not helping now.

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City Life

Philly Tourism Leader: Some City Hotels Will Be “Suspending Operations”

Visit Philadelphia CEO Jeff Guaracino says the hit to Philly’s tourism sector from coronavirus is “massive.”

City Life

Will Philly Hospitals Be Overwhelmed by Coronavirus?

More cases are definitely coming, but it’s too soon to tell whether we’ll be more like South Korea (good) or Italy (disaster).

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City Life

Eagles Leader Malcolm Jenkins on Race, Justice, and His New Filmmaking Career

Aggressive on the field, Malcolm Jenkins is soft-spoken and thoughtful off of it — and willing to talk about everything from the challenges that black men in America face to the love he still has for football.

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City Life

Philadelphia is the Worst City for Politics

Once upon a time, we were the best city for politics — and there’s nothing sadder than a has-been.

City Life

What’s Worse Than Jim Kenney Trying to Squelch Press Freedom? Having His Team Lie About It

The restrictive press policy that kicked off a dispute between Philly Mag and the administration? The city’s top lawyer now claims it never existed.

City Life

Why Philly Mag Is Fighting the Kenney Administration’s Attempt to Undermine a Free Press

The administration doesn’t have to like everything we write about them, but that doesn’t mean they’re free to play fast and loose with the First Amendment.

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City Life

Teenagers Are More Stressed Than Ever. Who’s to Blame?

In Philly, well-off adolescents are experiencing a level of anxiety that’s unprecedented.

City Life

It’s Time to Call B.S. on Innovation

Maybe technological advancement isn’t always a good thing.

City Life

One Day in Philly: Stephen Klasko, Jefferson CEO

Reimagining health care, building empires and, well, talking fashion with the endlessly driven Jefferson leader.