January 11, 2016
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Philadelphia Restaurants Embrace Healthy Eats In the New Year

It’s the number one New Year’s resolution – eat healthier. Whether you are doing it to get into shape or as part of an overall health rehab, you are in great company if you are trying to change the way that you eat. According to a recent piece by CBS Philly, the Philadelphia restaurant scene is making it easier to […]
January 8, 2016
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Philly News Briefs: 1/8/16

1.) Under Mayor Jim Kenney, Philadelphia will be aiming to reduce its prison population by 34 percent over the next three years. News reports state that the city has applied for a $4 million McArthur Foundation grant to give funding to the plan. Kenney and other city officials haven’t released many details of the plan to reduce prison crowding, but […]
January 8, 2016

Just Listed For Rent: 113 Gay St Units #1, 2 & 3, Philadelphia, PA 19127

  Just Listed For Rent: $1500/mo Completely renovated 1 bed, 1 bath apartment with PARKING! This unit features an open floor plan, stainless steel appliances, microwave, dishwasher, central air, hardwood floors, ample closet space, washer and dryer in unit and tons of light. Walking distance to Main Street and just a quick train ride to Center City. Schedule your appointment […]
January 7, 2016

Just Listed For Rent: 759 S 6th St Unit #3, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Just Listed For Rent: $1295/mo Available 3/1/2016. Very nice, spacious 2 bed, 1 bath apartment located on the 3rd floor in Bella Vista that features a huge living room, large kitchen, hardwood floors throughout, great light, two nice sized bedrooms and washer/dryer in basement. Very close to Pennsylvania Hospital, local parks, public transportation, shops and restaurants. Make your appointment today! […]
January 7, 2016
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Philadelphia is a Sanctuary City Under Mayor Kinney

Jim Kenney has been mayor of Philadelphia for all of three days and he’s already causing a stir. As soon as he entered office he signed a spate of executive orders, one of which has proven to be quite controversial. The order returns Philadelphia to a state of being a “sanctuary city” for undocumented immigrants, since they will not be […]
January 6, 2016

Just Sold: 1125 Spruce St Unit #D, Philadelphia, PA 19107

Just Sold: $365,000 Spacious, 3 story row house style condominium with private entrance and front yard patio! Awesome location in the heart of center city. Walk through gateway to your new home. Fenced in front yard patio with garden space. Open front door to foyer along with backdoor to small backyard space/easement that can be used for storage of bikes, […]
January 6, 2016
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Philadelphia’s New Police Commissioner Sworn In

Philadelphia now has a new police commissioner, as Richard Ross was sworn in by Mayor Jim Kenney yesterday. The action came just one day after Kenney himself was inaugurated into office. He was sworn in at Central High School, which Ross himself attended. Also participating in the ceremony was District Attorney Seth Williams, who held the Bible. Ross is a […]
January 5, 2016

Just Listed: 1345 E Palmer St, Philadelphia, PA 19125

Just Listed: $325,000 MOVE IN READY 3bed/2.5bath with Beautifully Landscaped Rear Yard in ultra-walkable Fishtown location. This totally renovated home is the one you’ve been waiting for! Enter into light filled main floor living room with beautiful hardwood floors and enjoy entertaining in dining area with the added convenience of powder room. Dynamite kitchen features high end stainless steel appliances, […]
January 5, 2016
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Philly News Briefs: 1/5/16

1.) Longtime Philadelphia councilman Jim Kenney was sworn in as the city’s 99th mayor during inaugural festivities yesterday. Kenney, a Philadelphia native, is now in charge of a city that has seen tremendous growth downtown but still struggles with deep-rooted poverty in many areas. He was sworn in by newly-minted state Supreme Court judge Kevin Dougherty, a long-time friend. In […]
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