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Bringing The Mummers Back To South Philly?

Do Any Of You South Philadelphians And Former Devotees Really Care? This is something that I wanted to put out there for everyone to take a look at. It’s my suggestion, but I think this is something worth considering for the 2016 Mummers Day Parade. Let’s try this for the march back up Broad Street […]

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Bringing Organic Burgers To P’unk

by Cassie Hepler There’s a reason McDonald’s popularity is reportedly dwindling – low-quality meat, ingredients and poor customer service. P’unk Burger, 1823 E. Passyunk, is the BYO organic answer to the mass-produced conglomerate. Always fresh, organic ingredients and packed full, it is South Philly’s answer to the fast food question. The people want quality, fresh […]

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PHS Philadelphia Flower Show 2015: ‘Celebrate The Movies’ with Bonnie Squires

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Philadelphia Museum of Art hosts ‘REPRESENT: 200 Years of African American Art’

The Philadelphia Museum of Art hosted an opening reception, lecture and dinner for the new exhibition, “REPRESENT: 200 Years of African American Art,” two days before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and the event attracted a host of art patrons and elected officials. The Museum has a collection of 750 works of art by African […]

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Inauguration Events For Wolf, Stack Will Showcase Their Informal Style

Shortly after Gov.-Elect Tom Wolf met with those entrusted to handle the inauguration ceremonies involving himself and Lt. Gov.-Elect Michael Stack, he said that aside from the official swearing-in ceremonies dedicated by tradition, in which he will be sworn in as the Commonwealth’s 47th Governor, the celebration would need to be a reflection of what […]

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OUT & ABOUT: Porn In The Office – When Smart Guys Do Dumb Things

BY DENISE CLAY/ I’ve been following Pennsylvania politics for a long while, and I’ve seen all kinds of things. I’ve seen school board members without high-school diplomas. I’ve seen political officials act like Mafiosi. I’ve seen cash-strapped municipalities spend money on things that benefitted no one but the special interest that demanded them. And I […]

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Councilman Oh Announces Contest To Boost Local Artists

Councilman David Oh held a press conference in City Hall to announce the grand prize and category prizes for PHL LIVE Center Stage, his exciting new music initiative that provides local musicians with a real opportunity to gain recognition and success. First Deputy Commissioner Susan Slawson, Dept. of Parks & Recreation, announced the grand prize […]

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Councilman Kenney Celebrates St. Patrick In Style

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Philadelphia Flower Show Preview Party Raises $750,000

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In case you missed it on Saturday, the Philadelphia Eagles lost their round-one NFL playoff game against the New Orleans Saints. It was a decent game, which the home team lost 26-24. The city made the stadium look nice, and no snowballs were thrown as far as we know. But someone did get spat upon. […]

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