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COVER STORY: When he was a kid, Reef The Lost Cauze fell into the violent street culture of the city. But the defiantly independent rapper turned his life around and now performs almost as a social critic and urban philosopher.
COVER STORY: Paul Vile, brother of Kurt, is known on the festival circuit as Jell-O Man, the dude with gelatinous shots that will get you wasted. But he’s also a talented musician trying to figure out his life.
Music & Politics: Recreation Department Commissioner Susan Slawson oversees operations at the historic Dell Music Center.
This Place Rocks: Chris’ Jazz Cafe, summer 2013 Philadelphia venue map, Scene City – our favorite places to hear music, The Guild, West Kensington Ministry at Norris Square, The Barbary, Chloe Wagner and her curiosity shop Requiem.
Music & Education: The GrassROOTS Community Foundation, supported by The Roots, aims to create healthy young women, who will grow up and create healthy communities.
Food That Rocks: There are a ton of places all over the city to get drunk. And there are a ton of places to get food. But here are nine of our favorite late-night places to get food while drunk.
Publisher’s Note: We aren’t here to tell you what’s cool or awesome. We’re here to tell you what exists. You decide if it’s cool and/or awesome.
Liberty Bellows (right)
Anthropic Records (above)
Homer Jackson and the Philadelphia Jazz Project