About SPR

About South Philly Review

This 65-year-old South Philadelphia institution is recognized as Philadelphia’s best community newspaper by the Philadelphia Press Association.  Each Thursday, South Philly Review is delivered to the doorstep of everyone in South Philly (zip codes 19145, 19147 and 19148).  These 60,000 copies provide local residents neighborhood news and information relevant to their daily lives.  This website provides even more community information on a daily basis along with coveted Police Reports, Social/Obituaries and plenty more!   

 

Print Circulation:

60,000 copies, circulated free each Thursday in three zones:

1. The Review East, covering the area between Front and Ninth streets, South Street and Pattison Avenue; 20,000 copies
2. The Review West, covering area between Ninth and 17th streets, South Street and Pattison Avenue; 20,000 copies
3. The Review Chronicle, covering area between 17th and 34th streets, Washington and Pattison avenues; 20,000 copies

 

 

Other Award Winning Review Publishing Papers:

PW-Philadelphia Weekly

Founded in 1971, PW is the city’s leading source for arts, entertainment, dining, and hard-hitting alternative news.  Our multimedia approach includes a weekly print tabloid, robust selection of digital content, as well as event marketing gives our readers an immediate connect to the news and information they need to live their lives.  Our bold, uncompromising, no-holds-barred journalistic approach has contributed to making PW the most widely read alternative newsweekly in the region.

Published every Wednesday with a Circulation 86,000 and distributed in Philadelphia, Delaware, Montgomery and Chester Counties in Pennsylvania and selected other locations in southern New Jersey

Atlantic City Weekly

The dining, entertainment, nightlife, and community news source for the AC region for over 37 years.  Established in 1974, the award winning AC Weekly and AC Weekly.com remains the areas most widely read guide to nightlife.  From bars to restaurants to casinos to local retail, AC Weekly has it all.