Articles by Joseph Myers

Readers’ Choice: A cents-ible location

Her love for South Philly is so advanced that Dawn Hirsch, owing to company seniority, petitioned to enhance her managerial vocation through a transfer to PNC Bank Packer Park Branch.

Readers’ Choice: A meaty identity

Many people are great at griping about completing a 40-hour work week. Those individuals might have their minds enlightened, and eventually heir stomachs satisfied, through a conversation with Anthony Lombardi, who takes joy in every second of the 65.5 hours that he operates Lombardi’s Prime Meats, 1801 Packer Ave.

Readers’ Choice: A meal-good story

Shortly before her father’s 2009 death, Gina Rucci, knowing that second-generation businesses often struggle to sustain the magic that guiding their founding, vowed to father Nicholas that she would enhance his vision and make Popi’s Italian Restaurant, 3120 S. 20th St., an even more dynamic dining destination.

Word on the Street 2-16-17

What are your thoughts on Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus coming to an end? 


A Pennsport resident used  a polished approach to singing and storytelling to release his debut album.

Word on the Street 2-9-17

What are thoughts on the outcome of Super Bowl LI?

Talluto’s One Pot Rigatoni

Loyalty has led to longevity for the Talluto family, whose commitment to quality has made the relatives revered members of the food industry since 1967.

Succeeding at failing

On Jan. 31, authorities released the image of four males wanted in conjunction with a Jan. 10 incident. 

Sports Briefs 2-09-17

American Legion Ball Tryouts for the Taney Jr. American Legion baseball season will occur 4 p.m. Feb. 25 at South Philly Sports Training, 1401 S. 25th St. Contact Lou Cammisa at 215-868-2775 or

Senior moments

Three standout players helped a Hawthorne hoops team forge a memorable season.