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By Bill Chenevert

Driving supplies to neighborhood schools

As August comes to an end, many families across the city are preparing for a new school year by shopping.

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Posted Aug. 27, 2015 | Comments: 0

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By Joseph Myers

South Philly 10: Farewell, Chase

With Utley’s departure in mind, the publication has decided to institute a weekly Top-10 list on numerous topics, with this initial one dealing with athletes who have meant so much to the city.

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Posted Aug. 27, 2015 | Comments: 0

What are your reactions to the Phillies’ trade of Chase Utley to the Los Angeles Dodgers?

“I feel it’s something that needed to be done to help to propel the team forward. It’s sad to watch such a quality player go, but it was time. I wish him the best.”

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Posted Aug. 28, 2015 | Comments: 0

OPINION > CARDELLA

By Tom Cardella

Sympathy for Benedict

As part of our weekend ritual, I knocked on Uncle Nunzio’s front door, loaded with our favorite treats from Claudio’s on Ninth Street -- a couple of pounds of grated Locatelli cheese and our favorite specialty items — sun-dried tomatoes, marinated mushrooms and fresh mozzarella balls in olive oil and sprinkled with red pepper.

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Posted Aug. 27, 2015 | Comments: 0

NEWS > NEWS BRIEFS

By SPR Staff

Seeking Nominations

The sixth annual Difference Makers issue will be hitting doorsteps this fall. Just like the last five years, the South Philly Review is seeking nominations from its loyal readers.

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Posted Jul. 16, 2015 | Comments: 0

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    By By R. Kurt Osenlund

    There's already Oscar buzz surrounding Lily Tomlin's starring role in “Grandma,” a road trip film that just happens to be the most openly queer project for the long un-closeted...

  • Latin Club...
    By Bill Gelman

    Regular Letters to the Editor contributor Gloria Endres will be instructing an introduction to the Latin language and "The Romans" for children ages 7 to 9 from 4 to 5:30...

  • Christina’s Veggie Salad...

    Takeout dishes definitely hold sway in the summer, as many locals elect not to give themselves another heat source through using their ovens....

  • An Ela-gant idea...

    Chef Jason Cichonski, who soon will open 1100 Social within Xfinity Live! Philadelphia, 1100 Pattison Ave., has not lost any love for enticing patrons to his initial brainchild,...

  • Heritage...
    By Phyllis Stein-Novack

    As soon as I walked into Heritage, the music on the sound system put me in a fine mood. Jazz and the blues are among my favorite genres, but one can not omit The Beatles,...

  • Paesano’s Philly Style’s...
    By Joseph Myers

    Robert Fulghum rose to fame in 1988 with the publication of “All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten.” If one looks at that from a professional point of view,...

  • Double jeopardy...
    By Joseph Myers

    Two people ended up shot in Grays Ferry, with police nabbing a suspect on Saturday....

  • Horoscopes 8-27-2015...
    By Mystic Terry

    VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22): Speak to a close companion about your professional development. Look to behave pleasantly no matter what your mood, as conversation about a...

  • A meaty gathering...
    By Jessica Gould

    The South Philly Sausage Festival is four weeks away....

  • The eyes have it...
    By Tina Garceau

    Nature always welcome inspections from adoring locals, but what if its revered objects had orbs of their own to examine us?...

  • Operations suspended...
    By Anna Mattei

    The board of directors of Tolentine Community Center and Development Corporation regretfully announces that as of Aug. 29, Tolentine will suspend all community services...

  • Speeding through his day...

    Indianapolis 500 victor Juan Pablo Montoya visited the NovaCare Complex, One NovaCare Way, Friday to catch the Eagles’ practice session....

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