Short feature on todienomore's fast-growing art program, Palates to Palettes, for the WSJ magazine.
"Philadelphia is percolating in me."
David Lynch: The Unified Field is on view at PAFA through January 11, 2015.
Tom Hardy, Matthias Schoenaerts and a smooshy-faced pit bull puppy. What more do you want?
Philly’s news cycle is so awful that we really need these little dudes to help us through it. More on them at phillyzoo.
There’s a secret world that lies beneath the Reading Terminal Market.
Photo: Steven M.Falk
I am not an Eagles fan, but I have lived among them for years. Here are a few general observations about how they do things. Go Ravens!
Photo: Jeff Fusco
Another fun assignment for punchdrink — outlining toasting traditions around the world.
Beautiful hand-drawn animation.
Man, Errol Flynn was a scumbag, huh?
A bit too much retread, but these two dudes still make me laugh.
There are better Elmore Leonard adaptations. Gotta love John Hawkes, though.
Bistrot La Minette owner Peter Woolsey just opened La Peg, a unique waterfront brasserie, with the folks behind FringeArts.
Photo: Kevin Monko
Lots of cool stuff opening this season.
Pictured: corned pork belly on pretzel challah from Abe Fisher.
I talked to Philly-based kombucha makers about the popularity of the stuff and the process of making it.
Pictured: Inspired Brews, which I buy all the time from Breezy’s Cafe.
Photo: Anne Gustafson
nealsantosphoto, Scott and I are hosting a very special evening of SPAM tonight!
It’s at American Sardine Bar (18th/Federal) from 6 p.m. on. Spam corn dogs, Spam tacos, Spam mac ‘n’ cheese, Spam sliders and more. More info on Foobooz, philly.com, The Town Dish and Eater.
See you there!
Why should we root for a team that never loses?
Hot Diggity, Philly’s premier wiener emporium, has expanded its menu to include burgers, wings, nachos and more. They’re also going to start doing weird American regional specialties, like Jucy Lucys and chow mein sandwiches.
There are so, so, so many things in this world worthy of our anger. The Little League World Series, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and Taylor Swift’s new music video? Not among them.
It’s tomato season! Here’s what chefs around town are doing with them.
It’s dumb. If you like dumb stuff like me you will like it.
Is the OG but doesn’t act like it.
Journalist turned cookbook author Anupy Singla is on a mission to demystify Indian food for American home cooks.
Photo: Alejandro A. Alvarez
Nothing too innovative as far as rom-coms go, but you gotta love Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan.
The Erace boys are making Jersey Shore-style boardwalk fudge with local ingredients.
Photo: Clem Murray