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Tom McGrath

Tom McGrath was previously the editor-in-chief of Philadelphia magazine.

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From new offices around the globe to multimillion-dollar mergers, everything is changing for attorneys at Philly’s biggest, most storied firms. But as lawyers get richer, is the quaint notion of “the Philadelphia Lawyer” becoming a thing of the past?

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What’s the prognosis for smaller firms?

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Legal-world insiders give their views on the 10 largest Philly-based firms

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Tired of cynicism? Selfishness? Schadenfreude? Hop on the bus, Philly. From rock stars to business owners to everyday people, the cry of the moment is “Save the world!” How doing good suddenly got cool

Meet the 21 Philadelphians who make us feel like crap — because they’re so good

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We give our kids everything and ask for nothing in return. Is it a shock that they’re clueless and entitled? How a generation of well-intentioned Philadelphians has screwed up its children

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I have a simple solution for ending both Philadelphia’s murder crisis and the war in Iraq. Are we brave enough to pull the trigger?

Contrarian: Bring Back the Draft

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How the super-rich conquered Philadelphia

The Have-Mores!

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It just might be us. Philadelphia. What, exactly, is going on?

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Mother, football fan, soup promoter; 49; Chicago, Illinois

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Features: The Secret Life of Your Teen

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Get Fit Now!: Workouts That Work