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How Philadelphia’s Fuzzy Racial Math Could Tip the Mayoral Election

Eight months into Michael Nutter’s first year as mayor, the New York Times Magazine published an 8,200-word story headlined “Is Obama the End of Black Politics?” […]

Be Well Philly

21 Tips for Riding a Bike in Philly

Savor this. It’s a great moment to bike in Philadelphia. The weather is just peachy, our bike-lane network has grown by 50 miles under Mayor Michael Nutter, and the […]

City Life

Is New Philadelphia … a Fit Philadelphia?

It started out innocently enough. Most plans conceived on yoga mats do. After a grueling sequence, the instructor paused to offer a gentler, modified pose […]


The Revisit: Fond

Every cook loves getting a bigger kitchen, and Lee Styer is no exception. Two-and-a-half years after moving Fond half a block from its original niche […]

Things to Do

11 Things to Do in Philly This Week



10 Top Men’s Stores to Shop This Spring

Our men’s shopping scene is growing more robust and varied with each season, and we couldn’t be happier. For those looking to avoid the big-box and mall […]


City House of the Week: St. Peter’s Way Stunner With Treehouse-Like Backyard

Ranging from the historically significant to starchitect-designed, Society Hill is jam packed with glorious homes at the upper reaches of the city’s price range. One of […]

City Life

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Marie Antoinette Lives!

A new study out this week from the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education revealed just how much the working poor rely on […]

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The Best Running Trails in Philadelphia and Beyond

City Life

Jami Wintz McKeon: The Chairman

“This is a party trick.” Jami McKeon passes her BlackBerry Bold across the polished hardwood conference table to show what she typed just a moment […]


A Quiet Coup in City Hall

Half the audience is sweating before the debate even begins inside the packed, sweltering basement auditorium of Greenfield Elementary School. There are at least 400 […]

City Life

Philadelphia Police Reform: The Path Forward

We’ve heard what the experts think needs to change about the Philadelphia Police Department. And we’ve heard what the feds think, too. But what about the […]


Molto Molto: Gran Caffè L’Aquila Reviewed

Pretend you’ve been led into a new restaurant wearing a blindfold. We’re playing a game: When I uncover your eyes, you try to piece together […]

Be Well Philly

Why Parents Gain Weight Without Realizing It

Healthy eating is simple, right? Fill your fridge with nutritious fruits, veggies, lean protein and whole grains, and you won’t be tempted to eat junk […]

Things to Do

12 Things to Do in Philly This Week