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Heeding by example

I started to think about our concise expanse and began to ponder what qualities a candidate would need to have to carry his or her campaign to victory if South Philly were a country.

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A blue disposition

Monday placed South Philly in the national spotlight, as the Democratic National Convention and numerous protests commenced.

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Around South Philly 7-29-2016

Photo 1: The East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association held its Summer Chill event at the Singing Fountain, 11th and Tasker streets, July 19.

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An unconventional survival guide

The Democrats are coming to South Philly for their nominating presidential convention.

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Technically peaking

A Point Breeze denizen is serving as the technical director for a producing playwrights collective's third offering.

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Selling the drama

Two teenagers became robbery and assault victims in West Passyunk.

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No charges against Agholor

On Monday, Philadelphia District Attorney R. Seth Williams announced that Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor will not face charges with regards to an alleged sexual assault.

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New ownership

On Friday, the South Philly Review took on a new owner. Here are the contents from a release explaining the transaction.

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Neighborhood Gatherings 7-21-2016

Friends of Hawthorne Park presents a free jazz concert with the sextet Breckerville 7-8:30 p.m. July 21 at 12th and Catharine streets. hecphilly.org.

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A font of wellness

Cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead humorously stated “Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.”

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