Philly’s Biggest Open-Air Market Is Coming to Cherry Street Pier

Cherry Street Pier is already a pretty amazing place: you can see more than a dozen of the city’s best artists at work and ask them questions about […] The post Philly’s Biggest Open-Air Market Is Coming to Cherry Street Pier appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

2019 Mayoral Debate Takeaways: The Primary Finally Gets Interesting

We’ve got one week until the municipal primary, Philly, and the election’s biggest race is just heating up. The city’s three Democratic mayoral candidates — […] The post 2019 Mayoral Debate Takeaways: The Primary Finally Gets Interesting appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Boozy Slushies, Adult Milkshakes, and More Frozen Cocktails to Try in Philly

There are few things better than cutting the heat with a quenching, cooling cocktail—but sipping a frozen drink spiked with your favorite booze just might […] The post Boozy Slushies, Adult Milkshakes, and More Frozen Cocktails to Try in Philly appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

6 Awesome Philly-Area Running Routes That Aren’t Kelly Drive

You’ve gotta love the Kelly Drive Loop: It’s accessible, it’s got great views, and it wraps up in front of the god of resilience (aka […] The post 6 Awesome Philly-Area Running Routes That Aren’t Kelly Drive appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Elizabeth Warren to Drop Into Philly to Talk With Teachers Union

Here comes another 2020 presidential hopeful. Just five days before Joe Biden will hold his campaign kickoff rally in front of the Art Museum, Elizabeth Warren will visit […] The post Elizabeth Warren to Drop Into Philly to Talk With Teachers Union appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Marc Vetri Is Opening a Pasta Bar in the Italian Market

Ever since Marc Vetri purchased the building that housed Italian Market mainstay Fiorella’s Sausage for more than a century back in October, we’ve been waiting […] The post Marc Vetri Is Opening a Pasta Bar in the Italian Market appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

What to Expect at the 2019 Mayoral Primary’s Only Televised Debate

Your sole chance to watch Philadelphia’s three Democratic mayoral candidates face off on the small screen is almost here. Mayor Jim Kenney and his challengers, […] The post What to Expect at the 2019 Mayoral Primary’s Only Televised Debate appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Just Listed: Designer Condo in Northern Liberties

I like to feature houses with personality in the daily house feature here, in case you may not have noticed. Oftentimes, the personality comes from […] The post Just Listed: Designer Condo in Northern Liberties appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

We Talked to a Philly Sports Dietitian to Find Out How Runners Should Eat

This post is part of our Running Week series. Stay tuned for more stories related to pounding the pavement. During my junior year of college, I decided […] The post We Talked to a Philly Sports Dietitian to Find Out How Runners Should Eat appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Lew Blum, the Tow-Truck King Philly Loves to Hate, Needs a Hug

Up until September 22, 2015, it was Lew Blum’s world; we just parked in it. From behind the steel-reinforced walls of his fortified bunker in […] The post Lew Blum, the Tow-Truck King Philly Loves to Hate, Needs a Hug appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Why It’s Unlikely Top Chef Will Ever Film in Philly

There are certain rites of passage for every major metropolitan city. Some, like hosting the DNC and the Pope, have gravitas. And some … well, […] The post Why It’s Unlikely <em>Top Chef</em> Will Ever Film in Philly appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Nina Simone’s Complicated Relationship With Philadelphia

On May 19th, at various locations in Germantown, fans of Nina Simone will gather for Singing Nina, a day of concerts, panel discussions, and a […] The post Nina Simone’s Complicated Relationship With Philadelphia appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Making It Rein

A quarter-century ago, a woman named Lezlie Hiner thought a novel way to help at-risk city kids might be to teach them to ride horses. Hiner’s […] The post The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Making It Rein appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Scenes From the Planned Parenthood Protest in Philadelphia

They wanted to stop abortion. And quite a few of them wanted to make America great again, too. Hundreds of anti-abortion activists swarmed Planned Parenthood at 12th and […] The post Scenes From the Planned Parenthood Protest in Philadelphia appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

This Iraq War Veteran Is Trying to Help More Vets Get Access to Medical Cannabis

Ron Millward thought the military was his calling. He joined the U.S. Air Force at 17, so young he needed a parental signature. At 18, […] The post This Iraq War Veteran Is Trying to Help More Vets Get Access to Medical Cannabis appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Pennsylvania Ranks Third Among States for Number of Bigfoot Sightings

Pennsylvania is a haven for Bigfoot, apparently. That’s according to The Travel Channel and the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, which deems itself the “only scientific […] The post Pennsylvania Ranks Third Among States for Number of Bigfoot Sightings appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

Olly Rolls Out Happy Hour and Brunch in Queen Village

Olly, Marina de Oliveira and Chris D’Ambro’s neighborhood bar and restaurant in Queen Village, has been open for about a month now. And starting this […] The post Olly Rolls Out Happy Hour and Brunch in Queen Village appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

DA’s Office to Axios: You Got Our Drug Arrest Policy Completely Wrong

Philadelphia district attorney Larry Krasner may be a local official, but as any skim through the New Yorker, the New York Times magazine, and Newsweek would […] The post DA’s Office to Axios: You Got Our Drug Arrest Policy Completely Wrong appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

See Photos From Our Workout Preview of Northern Liberties’ Piazza Pod Park

There’s something so alluring about getting to see an alleged new hotspot — a restaurant, a boutique, a gym — *before* it opens to the […] The post See Photos From Our Workout Preview of Northern Liberties’ Piazza Pod Park appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

These College Sweethearts Survived Long Distance, Then Married Surrounded by Spectacular Florals

If you’re looking for a glam outdoor wedding full of jewel tones and more florals than you could ever dream of, you’re in luck. College […] The post These College Sweethearts Survived Long Distance, Then Married Surrounded by Spectacular Florals appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.