Features

A gentleman and the scholars

The MLK Day of Service united a young Phillies’ outfielder with area children at a South-of-South recreation site. 

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Behind the curtain

Placing the spotlight on Theatre Philadelphia’s first ever executive director, who also happens to be a South Philly resident.

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Itemizing the debate

Some residents have begun to balk as the City’s sweetened beverages tax nears the end of its second week, while others foresee a strong return.

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Cleansing the soul

A Philadelphia-based business provides complimentary cleaning services through national organization to women with cancer.

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Broad appeal

The Mummers Parade again proved to be a festive occasion for locals and revelry-seeking visitors.

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Arrest in Marie Buck’s shooting death

Local residents share vivid memories of the Passyunk Square resident affectionately known as “Aunt Marie.”

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A ringing sensation

Happy New Year! Ringin’ the bell on 2016

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A special time of year

Students at a Whitman school made the holiday season brighter by preparing lunch for a nearby fire station’s personnel.

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Easy Rider: Chris Guinan

For the past five years, Guinan, 51, has bought or accepted donations of gently used or worn bikes and has fixed them back to good use.

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Cutting ties

Retirement beckons for a world-renowned barber set for a Christmas Eve scissors sendoff at his Marconi shop. 

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