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

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


It’s Time to Call B.S. on Innovation

Maybe technological advancement isn’t always a good thing.


One Day in Philly: Stephen Klasko, Jefferson CEO

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


I Love My Job: Stephen Starr on Creativity and Listening to Your Instincts

The restaurateur opens up about the challenges of getting big, his favorite project of all time, and more.


A Conversation With Doug Pederson, the Greatest Coach on Earth

Philly fans, emotional intelligence, self-doubt, and what it feels like to win a freaking Super Bowl.

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Does Your Brood Bleed as Green as This Three-Generation Eagles Family?

The Del Fabbro family on raising kids right.

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How Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long Made a Difference

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The Era of the Comcast Joke Is Officially Over

Our long-derided hometown cable giant has become one of the most important and influential companies in the world. It’s time for Philly to embrace that.


Allan Domb for Mayor!

It’s time to make businesspeople great again.


Gridlock: Center City’s Traffic Apocalypse

Philly is thriving. Just don’t try going anywhere.


D. Herbert Lipson, Owner of Philadelphia and Boston Magazines, Passes Away at Age 88

Our outspoken and hard-charging owner, a city magazine pioneer, passed away Christmas morning after a brief illness.


Pasek and Pasek

Benj Pasek is helping to make the musical cool again. But the real star of the family might be his mother.


Welcome to the New

For the first time in several years, we’re rolling out an exciting new redesign


A Challenge to Our Influential Philadelphians

What kind of city will we become? It’s time for you to step up.


How Rebecca Rhynhart Pulled Off the Political Upset of the Year

Is it a sign of the ground shifting in Philly?