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2015/02/21 14:52
2015/02/21 14:52
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Craig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic Posted: Sunday, February 22, 2015, 3:01 AM The mind-warping motif of zigzagging zebra stripes, borrowed by architect Joshua Otto from an actual technique to...
2015/02/21 14:52
2015/02/21 14:52
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2015/02/19 03:52
2015/02/19 03:52
10d
Coia, 16 at the time of the killing, was convicted of first-degree murder in March 2005, along with his brother Domenic Coia and their friend Edward Batzig, for the brutal slaying of Sweeney in...
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2015/02/18 09:52
2015/02/18 09:52
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... was looking for both a studio and house,” Kenner said of the property that is located just north of Girard Avenue near Northern Liberties and Fishtown. “I saw there was a big, clear span in here...
2015/02/17 10:52
2015/02/17 10:52
12d
It’s so cold, the best way to warm up is ... frozen drinks. The reverse psychology works even better if the cup you’re tipping back is filled with the signature sip of Mardi Gras, that New Orleans...
2015/02/17 07:12
2015/02/17 07:12
12d
... Over It” is a new comedy web series set in Fishtown. The series premiered on Feb. 2 and was shot in Girard Hall. For five days in Summer 2012, Ted Pauly and Melissa Silverman travelled from...
2015/02/16 10:53
2015/02/16 10:53
13d
We always hear about the shiny, new restaurants. This is one in a series about the Philadelphia area's more established dining establishments and the people behind them. If you ran into brothers Sam...
2015/02/15 13:52
2015/02/15 13:52
13d
Monday marks the official opening of Bing Bing Dim Sum, serving up panfried pastrami bao, barbecue-mushroom congee, and the biggest soup dumplings this city has ever seen. But, once they've been open...
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2015/02/13 22:52
2015/02/13 22:52
15d
It should be little surprise that restaurant work is stressful and demanding, with relatively low pay. Especially if you're a cook. PayScale Inc., which analyzes compensation in assorted industries,...
2015/02/12 09:52
2015/02/12 09:52
17d
Kristin and Andrew Wood, Russet, Center City. Working together 14 years, "with some breaks." Andrew: "I was a late-night line cook and she was a pastry cook. I had a crush on the other pastry girl...
2015/02/11 15:52
2015/02/11 15:52
17d
Celebrate this Valentine’s Day weekend with all local bands. Friday, February 13: Purling Hiss + Dark Blue Back when I was in college and hung out with unscrupulous dudes constantly trying to weasel...
2015/02/10 12:50
2015/02/10 12:50
18d
An anonymous donor has started giving away $100 bills to strangers around Philadelphia. Followers of @FindMePhilly on Twitter and Instagram find posts of Philly landmarks on their feeds once a day....
2015/02/10 11:12
2015/02/10 11:12
19d
The Philly Fixers Guild was started in early 2014. The Philly Fixers Guild is not only looking to repair everyday items; it hopes to fix up the local community in its efforts. This group of “fixers”...
2015/02/10 08:52
2015/02/10 08:52
19d
Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Tuesday, February 10, 2015, 3:01 AM "Beck needs to respect artistry," he said, "and he should have given his award to Beyoncé." Is Kanye right?...
2015/02/09 15:52
2015/02/09 15:52
19d
Philadelphia rockers The War On Drugs have been on the road pretty much non-stop since the release of the acclaimed Lost In The Dream last March. But the Adam Granduciel-led Fishtown band, who were...
2015/02/07 11:52
2015/02/07 11:52
21d
The new 1.5-mile trail begins behind Junod Playground, on Dunks Ferry Road near Mechanicsville, then crosses the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corp. and the Origlio Beverage easements before...
2015/02/06 10:52
2015/02/06 10:52
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Michael Hinkelman, Daily News columnist Last updated: Friday, February 6, 2015, 12:16 AM A: I'd saved a lot, and Brian's family helped, so it was all personal, just under a half-million. Q: Was the...
2015/02/04 08:52
2015/02/04 08:52
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Samantha Melamed, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 3:01 AM Lost causes were welcome at the Philly Fixers Guild's third Repair Fair, held Saturday at Memphis Street Academy...
2015/02/03 08:52
2015/02/03 08:52
26d
In the fringe areas in Philadelphia's many developing neighborhoods, rough edges come with accessibility as musicians working as sound engineers share skills honed at local university programs or...
2015/02/02 09:52
2015/02/02 09:52
27d
Inventory accumulation is an even more important number, said Noah Ostroff, developer and real estate agent with PhillyLiving.com. "There's currently a 6.8-month supply of condos in Philadelphia," he...
2015/02/01 12:49
2015/02/01 12:49
27d
Water gushed up through the asphalt along Girard Avenue on Sunday morning after a main broke below the street. The 12-inch water main began leaking around 3 a.m. near Montgomery Avenue in the...
2015/02/21 14:52
2015/02/21 14:52
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