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4 Best Bets for a Fabulous Brunch
in the Gayborhood

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Philadelphia Inmates to Grow Produce in Prison

KYW 1060’s John McDevitt reports today on a new program in a Philadelphia correctional facility, where inmates will grow produce meant for the facility’s kitchen.

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Chester County Baker to Compete on Food Network Reality Show

Food Network’s new reality show, America’s Best Cook, will feature Devon’s Christina Verrelli competing  for the title of America’s Best Cook. Verrelli won the 45th Pillsbury […]

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Pat Toomey Leads Fight Against Euro Cheese Claims

YourErie.com reports:  U.S. Senators Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) are working together to protect American dairy farmers and producers from an absurd […]

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Where Should I Eat In Philly If…

  The writers behind Philadelphia magazine’s food section come together to answer questions about where to eat in Philadelphia. Here are the secrets to pleasing […]

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All Your Philadelphia Restaurant Questions Answered

“So what’s the best restaurant in Philadelphia?” As food writers, food editors and restaurant critics, that’s the question we get asked most often. Here, the […]

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The Day We Ate Arnold the Pig

It’s not every day that a family of Jews hosts a pig roast, but that is exactly what my sister did at her suburban Washington […]

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Guy with Sawed-Off Shotgun Robs Loco Pez

Yes, even your favorite late-night munchie establishments in gentrifying neighborhoods are not immune from to crime.

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PETA: Philly Caters to Vegetarian Sports Fans

Metro: “People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has awarded the city with its first-ever Most Vegetarian-Friendly City for Sports Fans award.”

2009 Thanksgiving Day parade in Philadelphia. Photo | AP/Matt Rourke
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Philly’s Thanksgiving Parade Is a Turkey, but Our Block Parties Rock. Here’s a Better Idea.

The nation’s oldest Thanksgiving parade is right around the corner, and as is tradition this time of year, the eyes of the nation will be […]

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BEST OF THE GAYBORHOOD AND BEYOND: Restaurants

GAYBORHOOD RESTAURANT: Amis You don’t have to spend the mortgage at Marc Vetri’s eponymous townhouse to get that delicious Vetri Italian cooking. This exposed-brick, slightly industrial-feeling […]

From left: Mike Griffiths of Fork, Kevin Sbraga of Sbraga, chef Jon Cichon of Lacroix, and Ed Konrad and chef Nicholas Elmi of Laurel.
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March of Dimes’ 17th Annual Signature Chefs Auction

Wednesday night, the March of Dimes at the Please Touch Museum Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park held its 17th annual Signature Chefs Auction with delicious […]

Be Well Philly

10 Seasonal Soup Recipes for Fall

I’m going to go ahead and say we’re right smack in the thick of that awkward transition period between seasons, when it’s not quite crispy […]

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ThinkFest Snapshot: Marc Vetri

We’re rounding up the reasons Philly Mag readers should join us at ThinkFest, our week-long event connecting the brightest minds and most innovative ideas in Philadelphia.  Philly uber-chef […]

Be Well Philly

Revealed: Calorie Counts for Cheesesteaks, Gyros and More at Philly Food Carts

If you live in Philly, you’re familiar with the ubiquitous food-cart culture: those smoke-filled chrome carts on almost every corner that emit intoxicating scents of […]