Features

A Frank endeavor

The Italian Market hosted a scene from a remount of a play concerning a polarizing politician and South Philly native. 

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Filling the vacancy

There is plenty of buzz along the avenue these days. Some of it is good news (the recent openings of Sate Kampar and Perla) and some not so good, including the bankruptcy filing by celebrity chef Luke Palladino.

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Dear and clear

Saturday’s inaugural Philly Free Streets initiative  will close 10 miles to traffic, including South Street. 

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Tons on their plates

Philabundance and its partners in providing quality meals for the distressed launched an ambitious Hunger Action Month campaign.

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Go east, not-so-young man

William Shakespeare has Juliet wonder “What’s in a name?” as the adolescent pondered why she should shun and even detest Romeo because of his lineage.

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Cleaner Waters, Greener Philly

The annual Green City, Clean Waters student art contest held by the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary and the Philadelphia Water Department made its way to South Philadelphia on Monday to install Anya Finlay’s drawing as a street art sticker.

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My gang in green

I began to follow the Eagles in 1989 and immediately fell for the club because of immense heart that the players showed.

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Feeling the draft

Word is out that Philadelphia will continue to shine in the national spotlight as host of the 2017 NFL Draft.

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A ShopRite of passage

A big crowd is expected at Whitman Plaza today thanks to the grand opening for its newest anchor tenant. 

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You don’t say?

Our publication’s temporary move to Center City has not kept me from interacting with South Philly folks completely, as I still go on assignments in our neighborhoods and proudly call myself an inhabitant of our stretch.

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