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Art After 5 could be one of the most under-appreciated weekend activities this city has to offer. The Philadelphia Museum of Art‘s Great Stair Hall, […]
Whether you want eat like a yoga instructor or a weightlifter, Trey Popp finds that Serpico provides an excellent adventure. The evening can begin in […]
Jim Burke, ex-chef/owner of James (now The Mildred), left for New York to work at Stephen Starr’s Caffe Storico. He’s recently been picked up by […]
Eclectic Other Along with several serious-bald-man shots of star chef Marc Vetri, a new feature from Houzz serves up three luscious photos of Vetri’s home […]
So Jose Garces isn’t the only local guy making big, interstate moves this season… Stephen Starr’s restaurant empire will expand again come December, 2013. Having […]
If you look on the back page of the new Best of Philly edition of Philadelphia magazine, you’ll see an interview with Georges Perrier, who […]
Crain’s New York Business breaks the story that Stephen Starr has signed a deal with to take New York’s Fatty Crab concept into eight US […]
“Cozy” in a real estate listing generally means “claustrophobic” or “too small for satisfactory habitation.” This studio is currently the tiniest of Philadelphia condos at […]
“I’m 31 years old now. I need to think about my future and the future of my family. If you were going to leave New […]
Stephen Starr’s modern Japanese restaurant, POD is keeping things fresh this summer by cooking up a brand-new menu, which features new lunch and dinner options, seasonal […]
A look around the other Philadelphia magazine blogs finds a bunch of posts that caught our attention, most notably, Tony Luke is looking to make a comedy […]
You may have read by now that the Dow Chemical Company is putting its historic–yes, historic; it’s listed on the National Register–office building on Independence […]
The New York Times today has a big article on Stephen Starr and his ability to land big catering contracts at several of New York’s […]
Work has been going late into the night at Serpico on South Street. Last night the lights were on and the layout was revealed.
Back in September we reported that Talula’s Garden expanding with Talula’s Daily. Then in April we snapped a photo of the construction site and gathered […]