Features

Neighborhood Chatter: Open House

When compiling a list of South Philly places that have been around forever, F. A. Bregy School, 1700 Bigler St., definitely deserves mention

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Honoring greatness

The Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association recently honored three people with the William “Pickles” Kennedy Award.

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Removing the rust

The SS United States is impossible to miss — it stretches about five city blocks along South Columbus Boulevard.

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Lost and Found

John Pollono’s latest play focuses on a group of women in a blue-collar family struggling to rise above their means.

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Double duty

Kenyatta Johnson just became the 15th elected Philly Democrat who also serves as an elected ward leader.

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Delicious details

Whetstone Tavern is going through an extensive menu makeover, and the man leading the culinary creativity is Eric Leveillee, who was recently promoted to executive chef.

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Wing-ing it at Wing Bowl 25

A reporter’s first-hand perspective from the scene of the annual competive eating frenzy. 

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10 for 7

This marks my final issue as a full-time member of the South Philly Review family. Since May 10, 2010, I have lauded living in our neighborhoods as one of the best blessings a person could receive and have enjoyed many journeys in reminding you how vital you are to our communities.

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Wake Up and Smell the Gran Gianduitto

They take their coffee seriously at Gran Caffe L’Aquila.

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The unforgettable Aquarama

The place was the Aquarama Aquarium, the theatre of the sea, and it was located at the intersection of South Broad and Hartranft streets.

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