September 16, 2016
college students car

Philly Collegians: Leave Your Car at Home

Where some people see a “worst of” list, I see a golden lining. In this case, anyway. So, you might have heard that Philadelphia was ranked as one of the worst places in the United States to keep a car as a college student. It was third-worst, actually. And you’re thinking… wow, that is something kind of depressing and not […]
September 15, 2016

Just Sold: 284 Parker Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19128

Just Sold: $299,900 Welcome to 284 Parker Avenue, where you will enjoy the benefits of a newer constructed home with modern amenities and tasteful upgrades. Location attributes include a safe and clean Roxborough Urban setting but still within reasonable walking distance to Ivy Ridge Train Station and downtown Main Street Manayunk dining, shopping and entertainment such as Art Fairs, & […]
September 15, 2016
soda cans to be taxed

Soda Tax Slammed With Industry Lawsuit

Ah, so you thought the soda tax saga was over? Think again, Philadelphia! The controversial levy on sugary beverages, which was signed into law by Mayor Jim Kenney in June, is being challenged by a group including beverage lobbyists and retailers. The lawsuit was filed yesterday. It aims to overturn the soda tax law, which is set to take effect […]
September 14, 2016

Just Sold: 2412 E Gordon St Unit #3, Philadelphia, PA 19125

Just Sold: $490,000 Welcome to Argyle Court! Amazing New Construction in Fishtown. Eight stunning townhomes with Parking! Main level features spacious living room, formal dining area, rear balcony, and large kitchen with counter seating and stainless steel appliances. Second floor has two sizable bedrooms with walk in closets, laundry, and ceramic hall bath with tub and double sink. Third Floor […]
September 14, 2016
mica restaurant

Autumn Brings New Restaurants to Center City

Ah, fall. These are the days when our thoughts turn to school bells, cooler weather, falling leaves, and pumpkin spice EVERYTHING. Autumn is my favorite time of year, and it’s a sentiment shared by many people I know. This fall promises to be a yummy one for Philadelphia and Center City in particular, as a crop of new restaurants are […]
September 13, 2016

President Obama Stumps for Clinton Today in Philly

President Obama is speaking in Philadelphia today to drum up support for Hillary Clinton, his preferred successor to the office of POTUS. Democrat Clinton is currently taking a few days off the campaign trail as she recovers from pneumonia, but her supporters – and that includes the sitting Commander in Chief – are still working hard to ensure that Clinton […]
September 12, 2016

Medical Marijuana: What Does it Mean for Philly?

It’s happening: medical marijuana is coming to Pennsylvania. In April, Governor Tom Wolf signed off on the measure that would allow sick individuals to possess and consume marijuana. Full implementation of the law is expected to take two years, which has many individuals wondering exactly what the big picture will look like in Philadelphia. It’s been well over a year […]
September 8, 2016

Team Clinton Fires Back Over Trump’s Philadelphia Diss

Those associated with Hillary Clinton’s camp have come out swinging in the wake of inflammatory comments by Donald Trump regarding the state of inner-city Philadelphia and its minority inhabitants. According to Trump, Philadelphia was a city in decline, one riddled with crime and fear. He called it “sad,” announced that Mayor Jim Kenney is doing a terrible job, and implied […]
September 7, 2016
electric street

Art Installation Lights Up Philly Street

A display of street art is lighting up a Philadelphia street known for being a haven for dodgy activity. Percy Street, located in South Philadelphia, is an anomaly on the city’s grid pattern. Shaped like the letter “J,” it curves between South 9th Street and Reed Street. For mural artist David Guinn, it was the perfect location for a little […]
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