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By Bill Gelman

Family Fun Day returns to Second and Washington Saturday

The South Philly Review and the Mummers Museum are hosting the second annual gathering presented by Jefferson's Methodist Hospital 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

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Posted Sep. 18, 2014 | Comments: 0

NEWS > FEATURES

By Bill Chenevert

Jackson School learns the importance of play

Lisa Kaplan started her fifth year as the principal of the Jackson School, 1213 S. 13th St., with her recess space under construction.

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Posted Sep. 18, 2014 | Comments: 0

OPINION > CARDELLA

By Tom Cardella

Genius

Until my wife and I received an iPad for a gift from my kids in May of 2012, our lives had been Apple-free.

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Posted Sep. 18, 2014 | Comments: 2

The Drop

It’s not easy to make a gangster film that actually stands out (we’ll pause while you try to remember the last one you saw), but “The Drop,” a Brooklyn-set crime thriller directed by Michaël R. Roksam, finds ample ways to distinguish itself in a long-dusty genre

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Posted Sep. 18, 2014 | Comments: 0

Lovash Restaurant’s Goast’e Lovash

Hailing from a huge family, Mohan Parmar developed an immediate and irrepressible interest in food by helping his mother to prepare meals. A few decades removed from his early efforts, the 47-year-old is still promoting culinary curiosity as the owner of Lovash Restaurant, 236-38 South St.

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Posted Sep. 18, 2014 | Comments: 1

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    By Bill Gelman

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    By Tom Conway

    Burgeoning Pennsport will continue its culinary growth, as a new bistro is set to open next spring in the old Bell’s Delly space at 1527 S. Fourth St....

  • Around South Philly 9-18-2014...

    Staff members of Headhunters Hair Design, 1718 E. Passyunk Ave., gathered Sunday to participate in their 10th HopeCuts event, which benefited cancer and HIV/AIDS awareness...

  • Charges updated for alleged...
    By Joseph Myers

    An ex-East Passyunk Crossing resident in custody for allegedly raping a Center City woman will have a formal arraignment next month, three months after his initial hearing...

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    By Interviews Chris Isaac /Photos Corey Carter

    “Cigarettes are bad for your health, and I think it’s good that they took it off the shelves.” ...

  • Horoscopes 9-18-2014...
    By Mystic Terry

    VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22): You are in excellent shape to continue with a project that has been sitting on the back burner. Be prepared to show off talents when the opportunity...

  • Painting a clear message...
    By Beth Dougherty

    Hi, Bill [Chenevert] and Joe [Myers]! Bill, thank you so much for the wonderful article on Southwark’s makeover in the South Philly Review (“New Year, new look,” Sept....

  • Buying meatballs in bulk...
    By Gloria C. Endres

    Tom Cardella really knows how to make a point with clear imagery (“Corbett’s Meatballs,” Sept. 4). By comparing Corbett’s education budget to a couple of meatballs, he...

  • No Pressure at all...
    By Corey Carter

    A new year commenced at Universal Audenried Charter High School, 3301 Tasker St., with learners and staffers picking up additional novelty in the form of the Grays Ferry...

  • A charming season...
    By Debbie Russino

    I have been noticing lately that good customer service seems to be making a long-awaited comeback!...

  • Neighborhood gatherings...

    Young Chances Foundation hosts a 27th Street Community Cleanup noon to 3 p.m. Sept. 20. For more information, call 215-303-3332 or e-mail youngchancesfoundation@gmail.com....

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