Expanding the reach of this publication and bringing the Sensi spirit to Philadelphia matters.

The City of Brotherly Love is stepping out of New York City’s shadow.

Story Jenny Willden

February, 2020

Maybe it’s a bit bold to launch Sensi in 8 new markets in a single year after only four years in business. But for our team, expanding the reach of this publication and bringing the Sensi spirit to Philadelphia matters. We’re a small—but mighty—force in today’s publishing world, and the industry is taking notice. In 2019, our magazine won Publication of the Year (for the third time in a row) at the Cannabis Business Awards in Las Vegas, and we’re just getting started.

This February in Philadelphia, we’re covering innovation, invention, and our city’s ability to rise to the challenge—especially in the face of adversity. Whether it’s Carson Wentz throwing for a record-breaking 4,000 yards in a season (with his star players riding the bench) or the dilapidated warehouses of Fishtown taking on new life as vibrant distilleries, restaurants, and bars, Philly is the city of the underdog, rising up when others doubt it.

National Geographic named once-gritty Philly the best US city to visit in 2020, and as residents, we’re not even surprised. The City of Brotherly Love is stepping out of New York City’s shadow, reinventing itself in the new decade as a post-industrial capital for food and fun, proving you don’t need to be the biggest dog to have the best bite.

We share this vibe with features on Fishtown’s dramatic transformation, the story of two South Philly runners bringing adventure travel to urbanites, and the scoop on two long-awaited restaurant openings.
What do you want to see in Sensi magazine? Email me with your ideas for making Philadelphia’s newest publication its best.

Jenny Willden
@jennywillden

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