By Eric San Juan
Living bayside at the central Jersey shore, Eric San Juan and his family weathered Hurricane Sandy amid some of the worst coastal destruction. This week’s cover story kicks off his month-long PW blog detailing the experience, the aftermath and how it brought his community closer together.
By PW Readers
While it’s a shame to lose such a fierce progressive voice and one of the few women on the floor, Josephs’ tone-deafness on the transphobia of her “men with breasts” remark clearly illustrates her as being a bit behind the times—an ugly place for a progressive to be.
By Brian Freedman
Here at home, our best chefs and restaurateurs are keeping an increasingly close and attentive eye on what’s happening inside and out of the 2-1-5. From fine dining to more casual spots, Philly restaurants have entered what might be called a global culinary jet stream, inside of which trends from all over the world
By Katherine Rochester
From a legendary abstract painter and an up-and-coming installation artist to a master weaver and an established filmmaker, the first few months of 2013 promise to be all about the ladies—and a handful of men who don’t fit the art-world mold.