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2015/03/26 10:52
2015/03/26 10:52
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Patton's wager is a risk that more and more developers, entrepreneurs and homebuyers are taking in neighborhoods like lower North Philly, Kensington and western Point Breeze. In those less-developed...
2015/03/26 10:52
2015/03/26 10:52
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2015/03/25 05:52
2015/03/25 05:52
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Heritage - a nifty, rustic combination of bar, restaurant and jazz/funk venue and arguably the boldest restaurant project ever in Northern Liberties - is soft-opening mode, pending an April 1 official...
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2015/03/24 16:23
2015/03/24 16:23
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The second Joe’s Steaks & Soda Shop location will be opening in Fishtown next week. The 1,700-square-foot, 100-seat location will open on April 1 at 1 W. Girard Ave., right at the corner of Frankford...
2015/03/24 12:08
2015/03/24 12:08
2d
What's This?Australian triathlete Mirinda Carfrae celebrates her victory during the Datev Challenge Roth in Roth, Germany, 20 July 2014 with a beer shower. Image: Daniel Karmann/Associated Press The...
2015/03/23 20:52
2015/03/23 20:52
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Working at a brewery is not all about free beer and pretzels. Just ask Steve Welsh, the packaging manager at Yards Brewing, about the summer of 2008, about the heat and pain of digging ditches,...
2015/03/23 06:03
2015/03/23 06:03
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Catholic archdiocese of Philadelphia announced plans to demolish a church that dates to the late 19th century despite efforts by neighbors and former parishioners to save the...
2015/03/22 18:52
2015/03/22 18:52
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The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced Sunday that it would demolish the St. Laurentius church building in Fishtown, built to serve the city's first Polish parish in the late 1800s. In a...
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2015/03/19 13:52
2015/03/19 13:52
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Pizza Brain, the Fishtown pizzeria (2311 Frankford Ave.), marks another of its "Third Thursdee" food collaborations by teaming up with Center City's Abe Fisher, whose cuisine celebrates Jewish...
2015/03/17 22:23
2015/03/17 22:23
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Some arguments are hard to settle but are too important to avoid. Here is one: whether the social crisis among America’s poor and working class – the collapse of the two-parent family, the weakening...
2015/03/17 09:12
2015/03/17 09:12
9d
Brew Boutique in South Philly sells specialty craft beers and coffees. Brew in South Philly offers more than 500 different bottles of beer and 10 different brews on tap. | Kara Milstein TTN On...
2015/03/11 22:07
2015/03/11 22:07
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Are you a serious oenophile or a wine novice? Philly’s second annual Wine Week is open to all, giving visitors a chance to explore wines all over the city from March 22-29. The weekend, in particular,...
2015/03/10 11:12
2015/03/10 11:12
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Venues around the city cater to an older crowd because of alcohol restrictions, while some are more inclusive. The Districts, from Lititz, Pennsylvania, played a show at Union Transfer, an R5...
2015/03/09 11:52
2015/03/09 11:52
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People stood outside the church that cold day in November when the holy items were carried out and carted away. Many wept. Father Frank - the Rev. Francis A. Gwiazda - did all he could. Father Frank...
2015/03/06 08:52
2015/03/06 08:52
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Inga Saffron, Inquirer Architecture Critic Posted: Friday, March 6, 2015, 3:01 AM Having already populated Frankford Avenue's eclectic buildings with a beer garden, La Colombe super-cafe, vintage...
2015/03/02 04:52
2015/03/02 04:52
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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. In the late '70s, South...
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...
2015/03/26 10:52
2015/03/26 10:52
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